Preview of 'ER' Series Finale: And in the End

March 27, 2009 07:02:01 GMT

'ER' will wrap up its 15 years of history on television with the April 2 episode where the opening of a new facility attracts familiar faces.

Preview of 'ER' Series Finale: And in the End
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After 15 years on television, "ER" will finally take its last breath on April 2. The preview for the finale on April 2, gives flashes on the doctors and staff that have been gracing the hall of Chicago's County General Hospital throughout the years, including the appearance of Dr. Mark Greene.

Called "And In The End...", the finale sees a new medical facility for the underprivileged being opened and old friends return to show their support. Gates treats a teenager with alcohol poisoning after he and his friends play a drinking game. Sam is surprised when she receives a special gift for her birthday.

Apart from familiar faces like Noah Wyle, Eriq La Salle and Julianna Margulies, the finale will give a flashback to Anthony Edwards' character Dr. Greene who had died in the 179th episode, through the appearance of his daughter, Rachel Greene. Rachel (Yvonne Zima) is a med-student who picks up where her dad left off, nabbing the chance to be an intern in the hospital.

Also giving the last bow on the finale are among others Sherry Stringfield, Laura Innes, Yvette Freeman and Alex Kingston.


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posted by Tiffany on Apr 03, 2009
Does anyone know the name / artist of the song that was played during the ER series finale trailer?
posted by casper on Apr 03, 2009
Excellent send off!
posted by Shalako on Apr 03, 2009
Halee Hirsch played Rachel Green in the finale, not Yvonne Zima. Zima played the role in the early seasons, but Hirsch played that role the last few seasons that the character was on.
posted by 1ERfan on Apr 02, 2009
So sad to see the end of a wonderful show. The actors feel like a part of my family, they have been in my living room longer than my children have been alive! Great show.....great memories!
posted by tschef1010 on Apr 02, 2009
How I will miss this show. My favorite medical dramas. I cannot believe it is ending and do not understand why. Maybe just maybe something will be made from Carter's Clinic.... at least hoping.
posted by brittanylyn1313 on Apr 01, 2009
i have been watching this show with my mom since i was three... im already depressed just thinking about it leaving... i am going to cry my eyes out... its soo depressing but i hope it doesnt last... i hope it comes back :(
posted by BCY on Mar 30, 2009
I have watched ER for many many years now and there has been no other TV Show like it that I have watched. I frist tuned in to watch anthony edwards and I still think the show hasn't been as good since he left, but they find a way to make you keep coming back week after week! Thanks for fifteen great years!
posted by faithful fan on Mar 30, 2009
thursday nights will never be the same...i was very faithful to this show and i am sooo going to miss it - forget reality tv this show rocked!
posted by pamjohad on Mar 29, 2009
I'am going to miss ER so very much!! I work in large teaching hospital and my 15 year old daughter always asks " Mom, you see this all day long, how can you watch it at night, too? " Well, because the stories are so familiar, I love the interaction between the nurses and doctors, I love being able to "diagnose" the illnesses and being able to tell what will come next. But the best part is when I'm completely blown away by what has just happened. Thursday nights will never be the same again, sigh....
posted by wine1971 on Mar 29, 2009
I remember watching the pilot of ER. I was pregnant with my daughter in 1994. She was born Oct of that year. She is now 15 years old. I never missed a show. I loved each character and I will miss getting ready on Thursdays at 9pm to see what was going to happen. I love all you guys, each of made the show a hit!
posted by andy tanghe on Mar 28, 2009
good buy to er t,v, show one of my favorte show i miss you all

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