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[11/11/04 - 12:00 AM]
PAX TV's 'Doc' Bids Farewell in the Series Finale Airing Sunday, November 28

[via press release from PAX]

PAX TV�S �DOC� BIDS FAREWELL IN THE SERIES FINALE AIRING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28

-Torn Between Two Women, Clint Makes the Toughest Decision of His Life - (

West Palm Beach, FL � November 11, 2004) � This Thanksgiving weekend, PAX TV�s award-winning drama series, �Doc,� starring Billy Ray Cyrus, bids farewell to America in an emotionally charged series finale airing Sunday, November 28, 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Cyrus plays Clint Cassidy, the Montana-born country doctor who moved to New York City to bring a more human side to big city medicine. In the finale entitled �Till We Meet Again,� Clint must decide whether to return to Montana or to stay in the Big Apple after his old flame, Sara (guest star Myriam Sirois), comes back to town. Influenced by Nurse Nancy�s (Andrea Robinson) own decision to move to Indonesia, Clint comes to terms with how he feels about her and has to make the toughest choice of his life.

However, his decision is put on hold when Raul (Tyler Garcia Posey) faces a medical crisis and Tippy (Paula Boudreau) is diagnosed with a surprise medical condition of her own. The �Doc� series finale is written by creators Gary R. Johnson and Dave Alan Johnson and directed by Dave Alan Johnson.

About PAX TV
Paxson Communications Corporation owns and operates the nation�s largest broadcast television distribution system and the PAX TV network. PAX TV reaches 87% of U.S. television households via nationwide broadcast television, cable and satellite distribution systems. PAX TV�s original programming slate for the 2004-2005 broadcast season features three new unscripted series, �Cold Turkey,� �Model Citizens� and �Second Verdict�; a new scripted drama, �Young Blades�; two entertaining variety programs, �America�s Most Talented Kids� and �World Cup Comedy,� executive produced by Kelsey Grammer; and two fast-paced game shows, �On the Cover� and �Balderdash.� Returning series include all-new episodes of PAX�s top-rated dramas, �Doc� and �Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye.� For more information, visit PAX TV�s website at www.pax.tv.

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· AMERICA'S MOST TALENTED KIDS (PAX)
· BALDERDASH (PAX)
· COLD TURKEY (PAX)
· DOC (PAX)
· MODEL CITIZENS (PAX)
· ON THE COVER (PAX)
· SECOND VERDICT (PAX)
· SUE THOMAS: FBEYE (PAX)
· WORLD CUP COMEDY (PAX)
· YOUNG BLADES (PAX)









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