So Simon finds Leannne apparently having taken an overdose.
Who does he call first? Emergency services? No, he calls Nick. Why?
Although not a soap, Grey's Anatomy has intergrated the virus into the current storyline in a big way.I've been fascinated by how the UK soaps have handled the virus vs how the US soaps have handled it. The masks on and masks off thing always makes me chuckle but I like that the UK soaps are set in a world where the virus exists. Eastenders has even had one of their health care worker characters (Sonia) on the brink of a breakdown because of the stress of dealing with the virus in her job. The soaps can be outrageous and larger than life but I appreciate having little things that ground them in the real world. It's one of the reasons I prefer UK over US soaps these days.
In the US soaps Covid doesn't exist.
Although not a soap, Grey's Anatomy has intergrated the virus into the current storyline in a big way.
I was specifically referring to the four US daytime soaps, which have completely ignored the pandemic. However, I wasn't aware of any US shows that had addressed it so it's interesting to note that Grey's has. Thanks for that!