Coma is an American television mini-series based on the 1977 novel of the same title by Robin Cook and the subsequent 1978 movie by the same name. The four-hour medical thriller was originally broadcast on A&E on September 3–4, 2012.
The series was directed by Mikael Salomon and produced by Ridley Scott and his brother Tony Scott, the same group of men who adapted The Andromeda Strain as a miniseries for A&E in 2008. The film is dedicated to Tony Scott, who died in August 2012, only weeks before its broadcast premiere.
First air dateSep. 03, 2012
Last air dateSep. 04, 2012