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【ER】シーズン15正式発表

「ER」のシーズン15が正式発表された。
はっきりとファイナルシーズンであることも明記されている。
ファイナルシーズンとなるシーズン15は9-5月ではなく、9-2月と短縮され、今までのほとんど(S1-25,S13-23,S14-19)全22話だったのだが、全19話になる予定。「ER」は全328話で終わることとなる。

視聴率は落ちているし、マンネリ化している中で、キャンセル(打ち切り)ではなく、きちんと最終回を迎えられるのはいいことなのだが、やっぱり「終わる」となると寂しい。
「ER」のほかにも好きな海外ドラマはあるが、多分、「ER」が終わると今みたいに米国のニュースサイトめぐりはしないだろうなと。なんだかんだと言っても「ER」は長い分、情がある。

NBC PICKS UP CLASSIC, EMMY AWARD-WINNING 'ER' FOR 15TH AND FINAL SEASON
NEW YORK - April 2, 2008 -- NBC announced that it will pick up the classic and Emmy Award-winning medical drama "ER" (Thursdays, 10-11 p.m. ET) for a 15th and final season. The announcement was made today by Ben Silverman, Co-Chairman, NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios.

"'ER' is one of the greatest shows of all time and we can't wait to deliver to the audience the fantastic stories the series is known for," said Silverman. "We will introduce new characters to the great ensemble."

Currently in its 14th season, "ER" has averaged a 3.8 rating, 10 share in adults 18-49 and 9.5 million viewers, keeping NBC in a virtual tie for the Thursday 10 p.m. lead in 18-49 despite big lead-in advantages for the time period's ABC and CBS competition from "Grey's Anatomy" and "CSI" respectively. "ER" is the #3 series on the NBC primetime schedule this season among women 18-49 and the network's #2 series among women 25-54.

Combining the extraordinary talents of multiple award-winning producer John Wells ("The West Wing" "Third Watch"), best-selling author Michael Crichton ("Jurassic Park") and the creative team at Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television, the venerated series "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. Currently concluding its 14th season, the highly acclaimed drama series now holds the distinction of being recognized as the most Emmy-nominated series in the history of television with 120 nominations. Crichton and Wells serve as executive producers, along with Christopher Chulack, David Zabel, Joe Sachs and Janine Sherman Barrois.

A winner of the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, the series has also earned 22 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series in 1996, among the many accolades. In addition, the cast has been honored with four Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Ensemble Performance in a Drama Series.

The long-running series stars Maura Tierney ("Semi-Pro," "Welcome to Mooseport"), Mekhi Phifer ("Dawn of the Dead," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "8 Mile," "Slow Burn"), Parminder Nagra ("Ella Enchanted," "Bend It Like Beckham"), Linda Cardellini ("Brokeback Mountain," "Scooby-Doo" movies, "Grandma's Boy," "Freaks and Geeks"), Scott Grimes ("Band of Brothers," "American Dad," "Party of Five," "Mystery, Alaska") and John Stamos ("A Raisin in the Sun," "Jake in Progress").

On staff at County General Hospital are Abby Lockhart (Tierney), a recovering alcoholic trying her best to juggle a demanding residency and motherhood while everything around her seems to be falling apart; Dr. Greg Pratt (Phifer), an attending fighting for the chief spot on the floor as well as for a firm grasp on his love-life; Neela Rasgotra (Nagra), a skilled surgical resident committed to growing in her craft as well as in her place on the surgical team; Sam Taggart (Cardellini), a spirited emergency room nurse who is finally getting some time to explore life and love both in and outside the hospital; Dr. Archie Morris (Grimes), the quirky-yet-talented attending dedicated to his work but constantly distracted by his own world; and Tony Gates (Stamos), a paramedic-turned-medical-resident who has overcome numerous obstacles to take on the rigorous challenges of life in the ER.

"ER" is a production of Constant c Productions and Amblin Television in association with Warner Bros. Television.

In response to an evolving media marketplace and the changing needs of its advertisers, NBC Universal has created a more innovative, client-centric approach to its traditional Upfront presentation. It will include the announcement of a year-round programming schedule in April; a series of one-on-one client meetings in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago; and a spotlight event on May 12 that will showcase the full scale of the NBCU offerings in a unique, multi-media, interactive environment that will allow advertisers to experience the broad spectrum of marketing opportunities available within the company. The new Upfront process allows NBCU to continue its 'customer-first' approach, while working to create new advertising models, define more effective metrics and provide a better return on its clients' investments.
(NBC Universal)-April 2, 2008

'ER' set for 15th season
Show's final season will run 19 episodes

As expected, NBC will make room for an “ER” victory lap next year, picking the show up for a 15th and final season.

Peacock and Warner Bros. TV were mum on how much NBC is paying for the season’s 19 episodes – but it’s believed that Warner Bros. agreed to a reduced license fee for the show’s last go-round.

The deal required some adjusting in terms of making the show’s budget, insiders said, but the negotiation was characterized as smooth.

That’s quite a change from ten years ago, when “ER” was the top-rated series on TV and Warner Bros. was able to extract a whopping $13 million per episode license fee. These days, “ER’s” ratings are a fraction of those glory years – and so is its license fee.

But the show still provides a solid (at least for 2008) perf for the net, averaging a 3.8 rating/10 share among adults 18-49, and 9.5 million viewers. It’s still even the No. 3 show on NBC among women 18-49.

“'ER' deserved an entire year to play out its operatic theme," NBC Entertainment/Universal Media Studios co-chairman Ben Silverman said.

“ER” will air in its usual Thursday 10 p.m. timeslot for 19 weeks – making it one of the few long-running TV shows to remain in the same timeslot throughout its run. After “ER” retires at the end of February sweeps, “The Celebrity Apprentice” will take over the timeslot.

As for the Peacock’s other Thursday night medical skein, NBC officially released “Scrubs,” which will end its run on NBC at the end of this season.

That opens the door for ABC, long rumored to be the show’s new home. It’s easily become one of the worst-kept secrets in TV: The show is back in production, thesps are shooting episodes – and constantly telling every reporter who asks that, yes, “Scrubs” is moving to ABC.

Yet ABC Studios still won’t comment on the pending “Scrubs” shuffle. And at NBC, Silverman remained coy.

“I don’t know where ‘Scrubs’ is going,” he said. “It is finishing its run on NBC, however.”
(Variety)-Wed., Apr. 2, 2008

NBC will spin off 'The Office,' bring back 'ER,' save 'Friday Night Lights'
NBC will spin off "The Office" and bring back "ER" for a 15th and final season, the network told advertisers Wednesday. Broadcasters don't typically set their fall schedules until May, but NBC billed its early announcement as a commitment to "a complete, 52-week program strategy."

The critically acclaimed "Friday Night Lights" will survive, thanks to a programming partnership with satellite company DirecTV. New episodes will air first on DirecTV and then on NBC, after football season.

The "Office" spin-off from executive producer Greg Daniels will make its debut after the Super Bowl, paired with an episode of "The Office." Billed as "the next chapter" in the "Office" saga, the spin-off will feature "new faces and new locations, but with the same unique sense of humor."

"Saturday Night Live" is finally ready for prime time, with "SNL Thursday Night Live" joining the Thursday comedy lineup until the "Office" spin-off is ready to go.

NBC renewed "Lipstick Jungle" along with "Medium," "Law & Order" and "SVU." Already renewed were "Heroes," "Chuck" and "Life," along with comedies "My Name Is Earl" and "30 Rock." "Bionic Woman" and "Scrubs" were not picked up, but "Scrubs" is expected to move to ABC.

New series include "Kath & Kim," with Molly Shannon; "My Own Worst Enemy," starring Christian Slater; "Knight Rider," based on the recent movie update; and "Crusoe," dramatizing the novel "Robinson Crusoe."
(STLtoday)-04/02/2008
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