Hulu has acquired the rights to ER, marking the first time the iconic NBC medical drama has been available on a streaming service. All 15 seasons — 331 episodes total — are now available to watch.
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ER was a pivotal piece of NBC’s Must-See TV lineup from 1994-2009, airing Thursdays at 10/9c for the entirety of its run. It amassed a record-setting 124 Emmy nominations, winning a total of 23 Emmys, including one for Outstanding Drama Series. It continues to hold the record for longest-running medical drama in TV history.
The 54-year-old actor took to Instagram on Sunday to share a pic of his recent unexpected visitors. It appears Stamos had a surprise, mini ER reunion over the weekend, and judging from the photo, it looked pretty epic.
Goran Visnjic, Maura Tierney, Scott Grimes and Linda Cardellini were all in attendance, and at one point, they jumped in a photo with Stamos behind the medical drama's "old County General doors."
"My #ER cast came to my house for a visit," he captioned it, adding, "I keep everything" in reference to the doors taken from set.
The only thing that would make this picture better would be an appearance by George Clooney, who played Doug Ross on the TV series. Like Stamos, Clooney became a first-time father in his fifties when he welcomed twins Alexander and Ella with wife
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“Timeless” has been conditionally approved to receive a $9.9 million production tax credit from the state. The California Film Commission announced the move Thursday and said the series would employ approximately 250 cast, 220 crew and 3000 extras and spend nearly $40 million in wages to below-the-line workers and payments to in-state vendors.
“Timeless” joins three other TV series (“Lucifer,” “Legion” and “Mistresses”) to relocate from Canada to California under the commission’s Program 2.0.
“We’re pleased to welcome ‘Timeless’ to the growing list of TV series that have relocated from other locales, including Canada, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Louisiana, Florida and Texas,” said California Film Commission Executive Director Amy Lemisch. “Program 2.0 is creating long-term jobs while enabling such projects to take advantage of California’s unmatched production
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