BBC’s beloved medical drama Holby City has come to a poignant end after an epic 23-year run, showing the show’s emotional tribute to the NHS in its final moments.
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Holby City fans were in tears on Tuesday night as the BBC drama series came to an emotional end after 23 years of running.
The medical drama ends with a touching tribute to the NHS, voiced by Jac Naylor (Rosie Marcel) of Holby City.
Then, as the credits rolled out, the BBC show played a moving slow-down version of the iconic theme tune like.
The credits themselves have been highlighted above the various cast’s snapshots of beloved characters during the show’s 23-year epic run, making for one final moment. poignant for medical drama.
The medical drama’s Swansong focuses on the aftermath of Jac’s surgery and sees her make the devastating decision to ask Adrian ‘Fletch’ Fletcher for an order not to be resuscitated while she is in hospital. fight cancer.
In the final scenes of the series, Jac, who tragically died in the heartbreaking final episode of Holby City, expressed his appreciation for the NHS’s hard work and unwavering dedication.
When she saw the cast responding to an emergency incident at the hospital, she said: “It took me a long time to find a place I belong, somewhere to call home.
“It was not with my mother or the caregivers that she dumped me. It’s certainly not with any man. “
She continued: “It was the first time I walked into a theater and breathed in that rare atmosphere, realizing that my hands could save lives. I knew that on day one I found my place in the world. Somewhere I belong.
“This is what the NHS means to us. Not a badge on the lapel of a cabinet minister. Not a figure below the bus.
“It was a nurse who missed her break to sit with a lonely patient. A surgeon grinds out a 15 hour op. Alarm sirens come to the rescue. Thursday night’s applause rang through the roofs.”
As the show concluded with a final shot of the hospital with the words ‘Thank you’ and ‘NHS Holby City’ projected onto the building, Jac concluded: “We’re all doing our best in this. impossible cases. It is something to believe. That’s home. “
Fans took to Twitter to praise the stellar closing moments, with one line reading: “I’m absolutely sobbing here.”
Another wrote: “This is the most heartbreaking ending. I will miss you”, as another posted: “That message supports the NHS, the audacity that Holby City has always had!”
One fan wrote: “Jac’s last dub was the best ending that could have been. This show is so important, special and always will be. My heart is broken.”
The final episode of Holby City comes after BBC bosses decided to cut the hit show “to reshape the BBC’s television medium to better reflect, represent and serve every corner of the world”. country”.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/holby-city-fans-hysterically-sob-26586695 Holby City fans 'sob hysterically' as BBC broadcasts switch to credits in NHS tribute finale