ER (1994–2009)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Romance


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The lives, loves and losses of the doctors and nurses of Chicago's County General Hospital.

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  • Sally Field and Ren Hanami in ER (1994)
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  • George Clooney and Rosemary Clooney in ER (1994)
  • Vanessa Marquez in ER (1994)
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Creator:

Michael Crichton

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29 April 2004 | ColinBaker
Even an indifferent episode is better than the alternatives
In the UK we have the home grown medical dramas Casualty and its sister show Holby City. Putting these against ER is like comparing two Ladas to a Rolls Royce. The Brit shows look leaden, and have far too many hammy and wooden actors.

ER has set a very high standard of modern TV drama for 10 years. True, there have been the occasional duff episodes, but the urgency of the drama, combined with what looks like hand held camera work usually delivers punchy tension filled drama, with first rate performances.

Another contributor mentioned the only serious rival to ER, Chicago Hope, a show that was cheeky enough to have a character say "I was hoping to watch ER tonight", and had a hilarious scene which culminated in the death of a heart transplant patient! Unfortunately, that show suffered with the loss of Mandy Patinkin, and began taking itself too seriously. ER may have lost most of its mainstays, especially Anthony Edwards, but it still is a far better option than any other medical drama. I realise however, that it may struggle once Noah Wyle leaves.

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