ER: Season 1 (1994 - 1995)

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1
Air date: Sep 19, 1994
2
Air date: Sep 19, 1994
3
Air date: Sep 22, 1994
4
Air date: Sep 29, 1994
5
Air date: Oct 6, 1994
6
Air date: Oct 13, 1994
7
Air date: Oct 20, 1994
8
Air date: Nov 3, 1994
9
Air date: Nov 10, 1994
10
Air date: Nov 17, 1994
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The multiple Emmy Award-winning ER explores the inner workings of an urban teaching hospital and the critical issues faced by the dedicated physicians and staff of its overburdened emergency room.

Cast

Anthony Edwards
as Mark Greene
George Clooney
as Douglas Ross
Eriq La Salle
as Peter Benton
Sherry Stringfield
as Susan Lewis
Julianna Margulies
as Carol Hathaway
Noah Wyle
as John Carter
Christine Harnos
as Jennifer Greene
Rick Rossovich
as Dr. John Taglieri
Andrea Parker
as Linda Farrell
John Terry
as David Cvetic
William H. Macy
as Dr. David Morganstern
Tyra Ferrell
as Dr. Sarah Longworthy
Zachary Browne
as Jake Leeds
Beah Richards
as Mae Benton
Lisa Zane
as Diane Leeds
Sam Anderson
as Jack Kayson
CCH Pounder
as Angela Hicks
Ming-Na Wen
as Deb Chen
Gloria Reuben
as Jeanie Boulet
Scott Jaeck
as Dr. Steve Flint
Michael Ironside
as Dr. William Swift
John LaMotta
as Ivan Gregor
Yvonne Zima
as Rachel Greene
Mike Genovese
as Off. Al Grabarsky
Rick Marzan
as Camacho
Lili Flanders
as Mrs. Brown
John Wheeler
as Mr. Resnick
Garrett Morris
as Edgar Luck
Denise Hernandez
as Arabella Suarez
Sylvia Short
as Marjorie
Pierre Epstein
as Dr. Bradley
Holly Gagnier
as Tracy Young
Paul Eiding
as Kaminski
Cathy Lind Hayes
as Elaine Gasner
Bobcat Goldthwait
as Mr. Connelly
Valeri Ross
as McGillis
Julie Fulton
as Swanson
Dennis Lipscomb
as Dr. Wilson
Rachael Bella
as Sarah Gasner
Ilia Volokh
as Kovalev
Alan Rosenberg
as Sam Gasner
Jeff Seifert
as AIDS Patient
Tobin Bell
as Hospital Administrator
Brigid Brannagh
as Jamie Hendricks
Alix Elias
as Roxanne
Sam Scarber
as Parnell
Suzanne Carney
as Scrub Nurse #1
Michael Monks
as Heart Patient
John Randolph
as Mr. Franks
Santos Morales
as Mr. Zevallo
Kimberly Scott
as Sandy's Mother
Mark Rolston
as Off. Thomas
Deanne Ward
as Mrs. Bradley
Adam Scott
as David Kerstetter
Richard Brooks
as Mr. Freeman
Betty Carvalho
as Mrs. Zevallo
Valerie Perrine
as Cookie Lewis
Dinah Lenney
as Shirley
Anne Haney
as Ms. Packer
Elaine Kagan
as Mrs. Shearer
Michael Manasseri
as Michael Kenny
Herta Ware
as Mrs. Franks
Lorinne Vozoff
as Marguerite
Javi Mulero
as Del Torre
Meg Foster
as Mrs. Rose
Sanford Meisner
as Joseph Klein
Paul Benjamin
as Mr. Ervin
Elizabeth Ruscio
as Sarah Logan
Anne O'Sullivan
as Mrs. Davies
Giorgi Tarlian
as Helen Hathaway
Richard Herd
as Dr. Murphy
Kristin Coggins
as Sally Eiger
Bo Eason
as Charlie
Michael Fairman
as Dr. Mort Harris
Theodore Borders
as Joey Paige
Pat Millicano
as Mr. Hahn
Troy Evans
as Off. Martin
Eileen Seeley
as Mrs. Maryanski
Charles Boswell
as Dr. Strong
John DiSanti
as Uncle Ted
Bradford Drazen
as Dr. Ralph Drake
Jane Cecil
as Shirley
Tracey Ellis
as Annette
Linda Kerns
as Mrs. Bohlmeyer
Pat Collins
as Dr. Netzley
Edith Fellows
as Sadie Hubbell
Rebeccah Bush
as Allison Wood
Sarah Daly
as Dunphy
Elizabeth Norment
as Mrs. Sandburg
Dennis Howard
as Dr. Steinman
Karla Green
as Kanesha Freeman
Maddi Lewis
as Dr. Pauline Blair
Ryan Cutrona
as Mr. Wilson
John Mariano
as Leonard Apfenbach
Kathryn Graf
as Mrs. Adler
Brenda Hayes
as Dolly McCabe
Isabella Martinez
as Anita Salizar
Franklin Cover
as Mr. Thurnhurst
Michael Fox
as Mr. Bozinsky
Joedida McClain
as Grant Martin
Nick DeMauro
as Mr. Zambano
Josh Lindsey
as Adler Kid
Donna Hardy
as Harriet
Pearl Shear
as Mrs. Bozinsky
William Utay
as Dr. Lassally
Joseph Ung
as Frank Cheung
Helen Brown
as Mrs. Fadem
James Gallery
as Seedy Man
Nick de Mauro
as Mr. Zambano
Paige Carter
as Psych Nurse
Dawn Gardner
as Sandy Rochon
Najee Bright
as Ben McCabe
Ping Wu
as Mr. Cheung
Jason Akikiwe
as Fireman #1
Monty Ash
as Old Man with Dentures
Coleen Maloney
as Mrs. Tierney
Jay Leggett
as Jake Canelli
Amanda Rogers
as Mrs. Bower
Lizzie Maxwell
as Seedy Woman
Susan Beaubian
as Dr. Weiss
Kristopher Logan
as Lobster Man
Karen Huie
as Mrs. Cheung
Annie Abbott
as Mrs. Torledsky
Warren Sweeney
as Mr. Tierney
Alan Stack
as Mechanic
Ebony Monique Solomon
as Shandra Freeman
Sean Anthony Moran
as Mr. Blinker
Byron Stewart
as Mr. Layton
Brenda Strong
as Sally Niemeyer
Ellis Williams
as Bill McClintock
Adrienne Hampton
as Mrs. Vennerbeck
Bob McCracken
as Mr. Ring
Walter F. Kelly
as Specialist
Philip McNiven
as Psych Orderly
Vincent Hammond
as Gurney Man
Ali Glazer
as Kaitlin Sandburg
Douglas Rowe
as Dr. Arndt
Thomas Milan
as Randy Niemeyer
Kathy Griffin
as Dolores Minky
Chad Power
as 1st Baseman
María Cellario
as Med Student
Luray Cooper
as Firechief
Matt Reid
as Barry
Arnie Moore
as Drunken Slob
Brenda Hillhouse
as Mrs. Schaffer
Maggie Egan
as Kathleen Home
Wayne Pére
as Eric Farve
Ray Boyle
as Mr. Flannigan
Shishir Kurup
as Pakistani Student
Angela Jones
as Michelle
Courtenay McWhinney
as Grey Haired Woman
Mark Leahy
as Orderly
Ebick Pizzadili
as Miss Ring
Barry Pearl
as Dr. Noble
Jamie Rothenberg
as Nevin Downey
Jan Savitar
as Daniel Quinn
Jarrett Lennon
as Billy Logan
Dean Hill
as Lew Reicher
Julie Pop
as Mary Gitlitz
Herman Sinitzyn
as Uncle Michel
Seidy Lopez
as Guitterez
Lisa Grant
as Seline
Phyllis Ehrlich
as Confused Woman
L.S. Sargent
as David Horn
Christine Janson
as Lt. Nemeth
Eddie Torres
as 12 Year Old Boy
Michael Hungerford
as Mr. Lawrence
Kathleen Walsh
as Sharon Downey
Brianne Prather
as Katie Nemeth
Melody Ryane
as Mrs. Reicher
Nina Henderson
as Pregnant Lady
Dennis Phun
as Mr. Thuri
David Selburg
as Dr. Dyer
Gay Storm
as Mrs. McCormick
Veena Bidasha
as Belly Dancer #1
Neena Bidasha
as Belly Dancer #2
Michael Cavanaugh
as Suzanne's Dad
Christine Healy
as Administrator
Sharon Schlarth
as Karen Edmunds
Shiri Appleby
as Ms. Murphy
Sally Hughes
as Mrs. Harvey
Lou Charloff
as Mr. Harvey
Cynthena Sanders
as Scrub Nurse #2
Lance Gentile
as Jimmy Edmunds
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Critic Reviews for ER Season 1

All Critics (12) | Top Critics (7)

"Chicago Hope" was a well-executed, but ultimately traditional TV hospital show. "ER" was an action movie.

Nov 29, 2017 | Full Review…

Take two major weak links: George Clooney (Doug Ross) and Sherry Stringfield (Susan Lewis). Not once did either of these pretty faces disappear into their characters.

Nov 28, 2017 | Full Review…

Has more thrills, chills, ups and downs than the Fire Dragon at Lagoon. It will make you laugh. It will make you cry. It will make you think. And, if you're squeamish, it might make you sick.

Sep 20, 2018 | Full Review…

It's not hard to see why this show was number one in the TV ratings, because it well and truly was the best thing on TV for a long time.

Nov 28, 2017 | Rating: 10/10 | Full Review…

The frenzy works against the show. Too much is happening, most of it bad. It becomes overwhelming and confusing. There also is an off-putting overload of medical jargon.

Nov 28, 2017 | Full Review…

This series is an excellent medical drama that has remained popular for good reason.

Nov 28, 2017 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Series gets off to a spectacular start, a 15-minute uninterrupted sequence, a triumph of editing and intercuts...

Nov 28, 2017 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Immediate and insistent, ER is television that makes a difference; a series as true as a heartbeat, as insistent as an ambulance's wail.

Nov 28, 2017 | Full Review…

ER breaks all these taboos and more.The absorbing two-hour premiere takes place in one 24-hour period in a big-city emergency room, and it's probably the most realistic fictional treatment of the medical profession TV has ever presented.

Nov 28, 2017 | Full Review…

But ER has a terrific anchor in [Anthony] Edwards, who strikes just the right balance between earnestness and cynicism.

Nov 28, 2017 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

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