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Exclusive sneak peek for 'The Mob Doctor' ep. 'Legacy'

RedEye has an exclusive sneak peek of Monday's all-new episode of "The Mob Doctor" in which Dr. Grace Devlin (Jordana Spiro) lands in another ethical fix.

The clip alludes to Grace's fight to save critically ill Sara Anderson (guest star Laura Breckenridge), who desperately needs a heart transplant. Mobster Constantine Alexander (William Forsythe) offers a solution, but it's not one Grace is happy to consider: He asks her to kill Sara's estranged and imprisoned father, Eddie Nolan (guest star Brian Goodman), in order to use his heart to save Sara's life.

"Legacy" airs at 8 p.m. CT Nov. 5 on Fox. Other guest stars in the episode include Shohreh Aghdashloo as Dr. Lauren Baylor; Javon Johnson as anesthesiologist Mike Johnston; Liam Foley as Ethan Jamison; Lucas Marx as Will Jamison; Chris Agos as Jim Jamison, and Karin Anglin as Betty Jamison.

"The Mob Doctor" is filmed and set in Chicago, with a first season order of 13 episodes. The drama focuses on Dr. Grace Devlin, who is caught between two worlds as she juggles her promising medical career with her family's debt to Chicago's South Side mob.

Other regular cast members include Floriana Lima as Nurse Rosa "Ro" Quintero; Zach Gilford as Dr. Brett Robinson; Jaime Lee Kirchner as Dr. Olivia Wilcox; Zeljko Ivanek as Dr. Stafford White; James Carpinello as Franco; Jesse Lee Soffer as Nate Devlin and Wendy Makkena as Daniella Devlin.

You can catch up on the first four episodes of "The Mob Doctor" for free on Fox on Demand, Fox.com, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play, Xbox and Playstation.

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