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Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 19, 1994
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
NBC TV Network
Genre

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ER

ER follows the medical personnel and patients in the emergency room of Chicago’s fictional County General Hospital. The Emmy Award-winning series has been one of television’s highest-rated dramas.

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15x22 And In The End Aired: Apr. 02, 2009

John Carter opens his new medical facility and his former colleagues and friends come to show their support. Meanwhile, Dr. Gates treats a teenager …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 15 seasons and 332 episodes air between 1994 and 2009.

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When NBC renewed ER for season 15, it was known to be its final season. Now NBC has made it official and cancelled the show. The series finale was aired on 4/2/2009.

6 years ago - Comment [1]

Series Fun Facts

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  • Matthew Watkins, the child who plays Reese Benton, Peter's deaf son, is hearing impaired in real life
  • The character portrayed by Leslie Bibb, Erin Harkins, was originally supposed to die in the episode where she and Luka (Goran Visnjic) were in a car accident. The producers changed their mind…
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    The character portrayed by Leslie Bibb, Erin Harkins, was originally supposed to die in the episode where she and Luka (Goran Visnjic) were in a car accident. The producers changed their mind after the episode had been written, and after an ambiguous ending, she resurfaced a couple of episodes later, alive and well.
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  • Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Doctors and nurses frequently wear their stethoscopes backwards - with the binaural pointed toward the back of…
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    Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Doctors and nurses frequently wear their stethoscopes backwards - with the binaural pointed toward the back of the head rather than the face - while listening to heart or lung sounds. In reality, this would not allow the listener to hear ANYTHING, as sound would be transmitted into the skin at the back of the outer ear rather than down the ear canal.
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