April 1, 2005 |
Noah Wyle, the only leading player from the original "ER" cast to have stayed with the show, will leave the medical drama at the end of this season. But he won't disappear entirely: NBC says the actor has committed to returning for four episodes in each of the next two seasons. Wyle, who plays Dr. John Carter, will bid farewell to colleagues at the Chicago hospital in the season finale, scheduled for broadcast May 19.
September 24, 2007 |
Viewers of NBC's drama "ER" appear to be taking some of the story lines to heart. Analyzing data from three surveys, both mail- and Web-based, USC researchers found that some viewers decided to mend unhealthful ways after watching three specific episodes of "ER" that aired in spring 2004. The episodes included a story about an African American teen, struggling with obesity and hypertension, who was advised to eat more vegetables and get more exercise. Published in the Sept.
January 10, 1998 |
The loss of "Seinfeld" will have an "enormous impact" on prime time, and competing networks will likely add to NBC's woes by exploring how to steal its top-rated drama "ER," the Fox network's programming chief said Friday. Addressing a group of TV critics in Pasadena, Fox Entertainment Group President Peter Roth avoided specifics regarding "ER"--which will be in play for next season if NBC can't come to a deal with production company Warner Bros.
June 8, 2004 |
Alex Kingston says she's being axed from "ER" for being too old. The British actress, who plays Dr. Elizabeth Corday on the long-running NBC medical drama, said she was told recently that after seven years on the show, her contract would not be renewed.
June 9, 2004 |
British actress Alex Kingston, 41, says her quotes in the BBC's Radio Times listings magazine interview that she was axed from the NBC series "ER" because she was too old were taken out of context. In a statement issued by Kingston on Tuesday she said: "I would like to clarify my feelings regarding my departure from 'ER.' Statements from an interview I recently gave were spoken tongue in cheek ....
September 11, 2004 |
Noah Wyle, the last continuous on-air link to the NBC medical drama "ER's" freshman season in 1994, seems headed for the doctor's retirement home. Wyle, who plays Dr. John Carter, told E! Entertainment Television on Thursday that he planned to leave the show at the end of this season, when his contract expires. "I've just got other stuff going in my life right now," Wyle said.