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Who Died?

Who Died?

A romantic comedy set in the most unlikely of places — the oncology department. The series follows the relationship, little fights and squabbles of a young couple that might seem odd when compared to the more pressing battle for their lives. Eran is a recently diagnosed and downtrodden single man while Michal is a longtime cancer survivor, a woman who lives aloud and devours life.

They unexpectedly meet at the cancer ward while battling their diagnosis in very different ways. Their unique connection sparks the first steps in a journey that runs the full gamut of emotions — from moments of great happiness to frightening lows, but mostly full of love and optimism. Inspired by the life story of its creator, Eyal Altawil, a stand-up comedian, lecturer, and author of the novel "The Cancer is Dying of Laughter."

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Michal and Eran with their doctor at their fake wedding.
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25:53
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Episode 10

Michal and Eran decide to have a fictitious wedding to finance Michal's treatment in Boston.
Episode 10
Three people stand side by side, one of them holding a balloon.
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20:41
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Episode 9

The terminal patient Michal decides to fulfill an old dream and fly to Mexico. Eran fights to change her plans and understands something new about love.
Episode 9
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24:19
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Episode 4

Eran's loving and suffocating family takes over the care of him. Eran realizes that Michal does not want him and is looking for another girl to comfort in her arms.
Episode 4
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26:54
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Episode 2

Eran had to tell his illness to a good friend who was having trouble with it. He finds solace in a meeting of "The Demons," veteran sick women in Michal's house.
Episode 2
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25:16
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Episode 1

A bachelor loser and a girl trying to devour life meet in the oncology ward. The connection between them breeds a complex journey but full of love and optimism.
Episode 1
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