Chicago Hope (1994 - 2000)


Chicago Hope

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50%

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Series Info

An absorbing medical series set in a top-flight Chicago hospital. Created by David E. Kelley, it debuted in September 1994 on CBS, opposite another new hospital drama, `ER.' While never as popular as its NBC competition, the edgy ensemble series did receive a steady stream of Emmy nominations (and the occasional win) and remained on the air for six seasons, despite many cast changes.

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Seasons

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1999, CBS, 22 episodes

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1998, CBS, 24 episodes

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1997, CBS, 24 episodes

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1996, CBS, 26 episodes

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1995, CBS, 23 episodes

75%
Critics Consensus: Chicago Hope is a beacon of ambition among hospital dramas, gifting a terrific cast with layered storylines and plenty of heart, but the series could use a prescription for toning down the occasional mawkishness.

1994, CBS, 22 episodes

Cast

Adam Arkin
as Dr. Aaron Shutt
Hector Elizondo
as Dr. Phillip Watters
Mandy Patinkin
as Dr. Jeffrey Geiger
E.G. Marshall
as Dr. Arthur Thurmond
Peter MacNicol
as Alan Birch
Roxanne Hart
as Nurse Camille Shutt
Thomas Gibson
as Dr. Daniel Nyland
Margaret Colin
as Dr. Karen Antonovich
Robyn Lively
as Nurse Maggie Atkisson
Diane Venora
as Dr. Geri Infante
Christine Lahti
as Dr. Kathryn Austin
Vondie Curtis-Hall
as Dr. Dennis Hancock
Jamey Sheridan
as Dr. John Sutton
Peter Berg
as Dr. Billy Kronk
Jayne Brook
as Dr. Diane Grad
Mark Harmon
as Dr. Jack McNeil
Rocky Carroll
as Dr. Keith Wilkes
Vanessa A. Williams
as Dr. Grace Carr
Vanessa L. Williams
as Dr. Grace Carr
Ron Silver
as Tommy Wilmette
Bob Bancroft
as Dr. Joseph Cacaci
Stacy Edwards
as Dr. Lisa Catera
Eric Stoltz
as Dr. Robert Yeats
Carla Gugino
as Dr. Gina Simon
Lauren Holly
as Dr. Jeremy Hanlon
Barbara Hershey
as Dr. Francesca Alberghetti
Christine Tucci
as Dr. Weber
Alan Rosenberg
as Stu Brickman
Anne-Marie Johnson
as Donna Jamison
Lynn Moody
as Dr. Rachel Kleema
Alyson Reed
as Misty Moss
Richard Crenna
as Dr. Martin Rockwell
Lenny Von Dohlen
as Tom Van Dusen
Erich Anderson
as Rick Maples
James Garner
as Hubert `Hugh' Miller
Susanna Thompson
as Francesca Morgan
L. Scott Caldwell
as Bonny Medina
Darnell Williams
as Henry Jamison
Arthur Rosenberg
as Rabbi Joffe
Rosalind Ayres
as Amber Jablonsky
Travis McKenna
as Jake Wheaton
Zach Selwyn
as Paramedic No. 1
Ed Francis Martin
as Photographer
Todd Louiso
as Andy Sparks
Tracy Middendorf
as Jesse Porter
Tegan West
as Dr. Sam Rothberg
Samaaria Grahm
as Nancy Duncan
Jon Maynard Pennell
as Matt Limrite
Chris Sarandon
as Cardiologist
Raoul N. Rizik
as Mr. Gomez
Kathy Najimy
as Dr. Barbara Konstadt
Shaun Baker
as Tom Duncan
Anthony Lee
as John Truville
Walter Olkewicz
as Harry Zakovitch
Cee Cee Michaela
as Clarice Medina
Brandon Maggart
as Dr. Robert Blagman
Joann Willette
as Angie Campbell
Bruce Davison
as Dr. Burt Peters
Paul C. Vogt
as Earl Pepper
Lillian Lehman
as Vera Raviette
James Harper
as Dr. Terrence Medina
Thom Gossom Jr.
as Alderman Thorner
Michael Cudlitz
as Jim Campbell
Nathan Watt
as Eric Dipretto
Loyda Ramos
as Nurse Santos
Gloria Le Roy
as Gert Perlmutter
Helena Lewis
as Paramedic
Peter Vogt
as Thurl Pepper
Jeanine Jackson
as Dr. Priscilla Nager
Robert (Castro) Berumen
as Anesthesiologist
John Fleck
as Von Earl Price
Andi Chapman
as Nurse Lucy
Katie Mitchell
as Kay Moraskie
Stanley Anderson
as Dr. Graham Wincer
Sandra Bernhard
as Sheila Truitt
Jason Beghe
as Electrician
Alan King
as Watters' Friend
James Paul Donchey
as Jimmey-Paul
John Finn
as Dr. Trevor Filburn
Nathaniel Whitlow
as Damian Tate
Todd Howk
as Dr. Steve Wang
Belinda Lopez
as N.I.C.U. Nurse
Sonia Jackson
as Homeless Woman
Mary B. Ward
as Betty Dysmerski
Phill Lewis
as Detective Lennox
Obba Babatundé
as Charles Ellis
Eric Mabius
as College Student
Maura Russo
as Dr. Stern
Jessica D. Stone
as Alicia Geiger
John Ritter
as Joe Dysmerski
Annabeth Gish
as Amy Peletier
Carol Kiernan
as Claire Shutt
Kyme
as Journalist No. 1
Fran Bennett
as Odelia Wilkes
Rosalind Chao
as Allison Granger
Harley Jane Kozak
as Suicide Doctor
Badja Djola
as Homeless Man
John Livingston
as Kevin Kincaid
Gil Christner
as Counter Man
Lisa Brenner
as Babysitter
Derrex Brady
as Andrew Stallworth
Megan Corletto
as Myra Berryman
Ken Jenkins
as Jim Carroll
Tzi Ma
as Cheng Vang
James Sutorius
as Dr. Clifford Bass
Kevin Tighe
as Harry Kincaid
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
as Jack Perlmutter
Stephen Lee
as Leonard
Jodi Taffel
as Nurse Barr
Juanita Jennings
as Rebecca Rosen
Janis Chow
as Journalist No. 2
James J. Sloyan
as Henry Strauss
Jim Antonio
as Nick Brustin
Amie Carey
as Maricela
Jack McGee
as Stanley McGaffin
Eddie Kehler
as Ernest Berryman
Laurie O'Brien
as Myra Devaney
Una Damon
as Jackie Vang
Anne Haney
as Linda Bass
Amy Stewart
as Leslie De Groot
Emily Kuroda
as Dr. Bates
Richard Pryor
as Joe Springer
W. Earl Brown
as Harry Kram
J.M. Henry
as Journalist No. 3
Molly Hagan
as Bettina Wallace
Megan Fay
as Sally McFarland
Judd Trichter
as Skip Abalov
B.D. Wong
as Dr. Kai Chang
Lauren Bacall
as Samara Visco Klein
Tricia Cast
as Joan Berryman
Elizabeth Dennehy
as Nina Selden
Bill Nunn
as Tony Maxwell
John De Maggio
as Underhill
Matt McCoy
as Jeremy Hofmeister
Robin Thomas
as Father Dawson
Alison Martin
as Antonia Carver
Kathy Baker
as Mary Wiscinski
Jack Rader
as Walter
Eric Balfour
as Jason Kern
Sid Conrad
as Mortimer Gould
Tom Wood
as Francis Fleming
Alan Oppenheimer
as Dr. Edmund Gray
John F. O'Donohue
as Det. Majeski
Nathan West
as Robert Devaney
Jack Laufer
as Larry Tilletson
Kevin Brief
as Dr. Bill Bendix
Judith Hoag
as Tina Hofmeister
Veronica Cartwright
as Caren Flanders
Tim Winters
as Harvey Passman
Liann Pattison
as Amanda Tilletson
Cotter Smith
as Dr. Bob Mariniak
Dick Anthony Williams
as Wilkes' Father
Doran Clark
as Meldoy Cacaci
Brad Blaisdell
as David Hudgins
Michelle Azar
as Marcia Lindsay
Eddy Saad
as Dr. Patel
K.K. Dodds
as Deborah O'Connor
Tim McFadyn
as Scottie
Randee Heller
as Pam Miller
Kieu Chinh
as May Ying Vang
Joanna Miles
as Jennifer Dodge
Anne von Herrmann
as Young Mother
William Bumiller
as Frank Selden
Michael O'Neill
as Bill Wiscinski
Steven Anderson
as Alex Their
Hilary Duff
as Jesse Selden
Martin Cassidy
as Dr. Hartman
George Gaynes
as Austin's Father
Joe Bays
as Courier
Julie Osburn
as Katherine Cacaci
Lisa Chess
as Jill Tannenbaum
Barbara Babcock
as Kronk's Mother
John Ales
as Fabozzi
Grand L. Bush
as Oswald Merton
Kerrie Keane
as Patti Haskell
Alex Buck
as Henry Bacon
Karina Arroyave
as Sally Barnes
Garrison Hershberger
as Daniel O'Connor
Rich Hutchman
as Robert Bacon
Hildy Brooks
as Judge Wilma Fogg
Callan White
as Janice Cacaci
Jim Jansen
as Dr. Eric Fishell
Matt Clark
as Clarence Gates
Darion Basco
as Drug Courier
Damon Seawell
as Kevin Danno/Male Voice
Alex McArthur
as Duane Haskell
Myra Turley
as Helen Cacaci
Judith Jones
as Denise Cousins
Paul Eiding
as Dr. Saul Lipschitz
William O'Leary
as Daniel Loewy
Laurel Moglen
as Leslie Bacon
Scott Klace
as Dan Muckler
Elsa Raven
as Julie Toback
Peter Birkenhead
as Dr. Kingsley
Paul Collins
as Mr. Carver
J.B. Gaynor
as Kevin Loewy
John Cappon
as Paramedic
Tim Halligan
as Dr. Steve Damron
Christine Dunford
as Marcia Loewy
Denyn Pysz
as Mitchell Reiner
Richard Zavaglia
as Limo Driver
Mary Anne McGarry
as Mrs. Carver
Scott Williamson
as Man at Bar
Betsy Brantley
as Maureen Danno
Angelo Vacco
as Technician
Brooke Bloom
as Grunge Girl
Akuyoe Graham
as ER Nurse
Stacey Tate
as OR Nurse
Ken Lerner
as Jonathan Saunders
Stephen Elliott
as Judge Aldrich
Andy Mackenzie
as Storebought
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Sep 18, 1994
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: David E. Kelley, Bill D'Elia, John Tinker
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