BLACK SUN HOLLYWOOD – Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. (2021) [DISNEY+]



Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. is an American family medical comedy-drama developed by Kourtney Kang that is based on the 1989–93 ABC television series Doogie Howser, M.D.. It stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee as the title character of Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, and Kathleen Rose Perkins, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Jason Scott Lee, and Ronny Chieng in supporting roles. The series premiered on September 8, 2021 on Disney+.

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Who is the Moon Goddess?

Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. (2021) – Season 1 Trailer


Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha is a teenaged child prodigy juggling her high school life and family with an early medical career. As well as having to deal with balancing her relationship with her mother, who is also her boss. The series is not a direct continuation of Doogie Howser, M.D.; rather, the characters acknowledge that series as a television show and give Lahela the nickname “Doogie” in reference to it.

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Who is the Sun God?

Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989) – Season 1 DVD Trailer



Doogie Howser, M.D. is an American medical drama that ran for four seasons on ABC from September 19, 1989, to March 24, 1993, totaling 97 episodes. Created by Steven Bochco and David E. Kelley, the show stars Neil Patrick Harris in the title role as a teenage physician who balances the challenge of practicing medicine with the everyday problems of teenage life.


Dr. Douglas “Doogie” Howser (Harris) is the son of David (James B. Sikking) and Katherine Howser (Belinda Montgomery). As a child, he twice survived early-stage pediatric leukemia after his father—a family physician—discovered suspicious bruising. The experience contributed to the younger Howser’s desire to enter medicine.

Possessing a genius intellect and an eidetic memory, Howser participates in a longitudinal study of child prodigies until his 18th birthday. He earned a perfect score on the SAT at the age of six, completed high school in nine weeks, graduated from Princeton University in 1983 at age 10, and finished medical school four years later. At age 14, Howser was the youngest licensed doctor in the country. As a newspaper article (one of several noting some of Doogie’s aforementioned accomplishments that are shown in the series’ opening title sequence) stated, he “can’t buy beer… [but] can prescribe drugs”.

The series begins on Howser’s 16th birthday; the cold open of the pilot episode shows him stopping his field test for his driver’s license to help an injured person at the scene of a traffic accident. Howser is a second-year resident surgeon at Eastman Medical Center in Los Angeles, and still lives at home with his parents. His best friend and neighbor, Vinnie Delpino (Max Casella), is a more typical teenager—climbing through Howser’s bedroom window to visit—and connects him to life outside of medicine. Howser has kept a diary on his computer since 1979; episodes typically end with him making an entry in it, making observations about the situations he had experienced or learned in the episode.

Howser seeks acceptance from both children his age, and his professional colleagues. Many episodes also deal with wider social problems: AIDS awareness, racism, homophobia, sexism, gang violence, access to quality medical care, and losing one’s virginity are topics, along with aging, body issues, and friendship.

Howser initially has a girlfriend, Wanda Plenn (Lisa Dean Ryan), but they break up after she leaves for college; he also begins a trauma surgery fellowship and moves into his own apartment. Bochco intended to end the show with a “season-long story arc for Doogie where he becomes disaffected with the practice of medicine and quits medicine to become a writer”. ABC abruptly canceled the show due to low ratings, preventing Bochco and the show’s writers from implementing the storyline other than Howser’s resignation from Eastman and departure for Europe in the final episode.

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Who is the God of Darkness?


(Black Sun Parasite)


Lahela “Doogie” Kameāloha, a 16-year-old Harvard Medical School graduate. The series is not a direct continuation; with the characters acknowledging the previous series as a television show and dubbing Lahela “Doogie” as a reference to it.




An organism which lives in or on another organism (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the other’s expense.



Developed byKourtney Kang
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes5
Executive producersMatt Kuhn
Justin McEwen
Erin O’Malley
Jesse Bochco
Dayna Bochco
Jake Kasdan
Melvin Mar
Kourtney Kang
ProducerMegan Mascena
Sasha Stroman
Production companiesKang-Rosenblatt Productions
The Detective Agency
Steven Bochco Productions
20th Television
Original networkDisney+
Original releaseSeptember 8, 2021 –



Infiltration instead of invasion.

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