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NBC's fading TV series, ER, helped boost the Chicago-area economy by nearly $33.5 million during its 15 seasons on the air, film offices say. The Illinois and Chicago Film Offices said since debuting on Sept.
The upcoming series finale of the U.S. TV series ER after 15 seasons will mark an end of an era for television, one of the show's former writers says. Physician Neal Baer, who was one of the early writers for the NBC drama, said when ER goes off the air for good next Thursday, U.S.
Adding Some Heart to ER's Second to Last Episode HOLLYWOOD, Calif., March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Noah Munck, who is best known for his gregarious role as "Gibby" on the mega-hit Nickelodeon Cable TV Show "iCarly," will guest star on NBC's "ER" Thursday, March 26th at 10:00 p.m. PDT.
Former ER staff George Clooney, Julianna Margulies, Noah Wyle and Eriq La Salle returned for one of the US hospital drama's final episodes Thursday night.
A U.S. oncologist says terminally ill patients often feel abandoned by their doctors. The study, published Tuesday in the Archives of Internal Medicine, suggests doctors need to be aware of the worries patients have about a loss of continuity in patient-physician communication.
Terminally ill patients and their family caregivers often feel abandoned by their doctors and feel a sense of "unfinished business" with them, according to a new study by an oncologist at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
Mariska Hargitay's publicist says the U.S. actress is undergoing tests in a hospital after suffering discomfort related to her lung condition. The Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star was hospitalized in December and January for a collapsed lung.
Television actress Mariska Hargitay, who suffered a collapsed lung late last year, has been hospitalized for a third time since December, TMZ said Wednesday. The entertainment news Web site said Hargitay, 44, complained of chest pains on the set of her TV drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Actor Noah Wyle said the character he will reprise on ER best personified the U.S. TV drama, now in its final episodes. Wyle, 37, said his ER character, Dr.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.