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【ER】シーズン15に関して20080409

USA TODAYにJWが答えたシーズン15に関して今現在決まっていること。

アビー役のMaura Tierneyがシーズン途中(序盤?)で降板する予定。
また、シーズン13でレギュラーを降板し、その後ゲストとして出演していたルカ役のGoran Visnjicのゲスト出演はMauraの降板まで。

現在、レギュラーとして契約を更新しているのはゲイツ役のJohn Stamos、ニーラ役のParminder Nagra、サム役のLinda Cardelliniの三人。プラット役のMekhi Phiferはまだ契約更新をしていない。またモリス役のScott Grimesは契約について触れられていない。

番組卒業者のゲスト出演はカーター役のNoah Wyle以外、白紙。

(George ClooneyJulianna Marguliesら番組卒業生=)友人が恋しいが、まだ具体的に(シーズン15の)内容が決まっていない状態で、彼らにゲスト出演の話はもちかけられない。彼らにはなんらかの形で「終り」に関わって欲しいけど、という心情も。

マーク役のAnthony Edwardsが降板したシーズン8がファイナルシーズンになると思っていた当時、どうやって終わらせるか考えていたときと、(どう終わらせるかというのは)今も基本的に同じ。

印象的なのは最後の一文「パーティでいつまでも帰らない出席者ではなく、よかったと会場をあとにする出席者のような印象を視聴者に持ってもらえるような終りにしたい("I would like to have people remember us fondly rather than as a guest who won't leave the party.")」
Mauraの降板に関して具体的な時期が出てきたのは目新しい。
しかし、相変わらずMekhiは読めない。あと少しだから残って欲しいという気もするが、映画に戻りたいと答えていたのが気になる。TVドラマに出演している役者さんたちの「○○(=映画、舞台等)に戻る」という理由はギャラアップを狙っていることもあるが、本当に戻りたくて仕方がないという理由はありきたりだが、恐ろしいほど効果がある。

あと気になるのはやはりScottが契約を更新するかどうか。
ScottもMekhiも、このシーズン15はストの産物だから、綺麗に終わらせるためにも出て欲しいというのが、個人的な考え。
シーズン14のスポイラーだと思うが、ルカはカウンティを辞め、ホスピス職員に。サムとゲイツのケミカルは更に更に過激に反応し合うようで。
あとはStanley Tucciの名前があるが、今更彼をどう使うのでしょうか、と。アビーの火遊び関連のためだけにまた登場? それはStanley Tucciに失礼じゃないのかなと。

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NBC veteran 'ER' will end its run next year
NBC will make one last set of rounds at County General for a 15th and final season of ER, but not all the doctors will be around for rotations.

Maura Tierney (Abby Lockhart) will exit after a few episodes, and Goran Visnjic (who plays Lockhart's love, Luka Kovac), already signaled his intention to leave but will return briefly next fall to wrap up her storyline.

Mekhi Phifer has not yet signed a new contract, although castmates John Stamos, Parminder Nagra and Linda Cardellini will be back.

Looking ahead to the finale, executive producer John Wells would like some former cast members to come back and say goodbye. But apart from Noah Wyle, whose contract calls for him to return for four more episodes, he hasn't made any overtures.

"I kind of miss all my friends," Wells says of George Clooney, Julianna Margulies and the rest. "It's impossible to approach people and say, 'Hey, would you feel like it?' without knowing what all these (future) stories are going to be. We'd just like them to be part of closing down what everybody started."

On Thursday (10 ET/PT), ER returns for six spring episodes, filling out a strike-shortened season that has benched the series since Jan. 17. Aida Turturro and Hal Holbrook will be guest stars. NBC plans 19 episodes next season, repeat-free, with a finale in late February.

There has been talk that this season would be the show's last as ratings drop but costs climb: The show is NBC's most expensive yet far from its most popular. But while the writers' strike benched the show, it also helped extend it, Wells says.

"We felt there wasn't any way to do the series justice, to conclude it after all these years, when we were going to have to write these (six spring) episodes in three or four weeks."

Now he can plan an ending he had in mind when Anthony Edwards left in ER's eighth season, which he thought might be its last. "It's still pretty much the same idea."

Along with NBC's Law & Order, ER is the longest-running prime-time drama now on TV. After the last patient is treated, it will count 327 episodes.

That's 90 more than Friends, which premiered the same week but called it quits four years ago, and nine years past the funeral for onetime competitor Chicago Hope.

The drama made Clooney a star, peaked at more than 40 million viewers and set a record price tag of $13 million an episode for NBC early in its run.

Though far from those heights, the show's reprieve allows producers to choose how they'll go out. "I didn't want the show to go out creatively with a whimper," Wells says.

"I would like to have people remember us fondly rather than as a guest who won't leave the party."
(USATODAY.com)-04/08/2008

New episodes of your favorite shows are on the horizon
ER (NBC)

Returns: Thursday, 10 p.m.
Where we left off: Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) admitted he's afraid of commitment, but wanted to make his relationship with Betina (Gina Ravera) work, but she dumped him because she was tired of waiting around; Gates (John Stamos) and Sam (Linda Cardellini) argued over the treatment of a patient, then kissed; Neela joined the Ortho hockey team.

What to expect: "Abby [Maura Tierney] faces the consequences of her drinking, which places her relationship with Kovac (Goran Visnjic) in jeopardy and causes her to question her future at County," says supervising producer Lisa Zwerling. "Kovac quits as an attending at County and takes a new job at a hospice center ... [and] Sam and Gates get hot and steamy in the hospital." Guest stars include Oscar nominee Hal Holbrook, Aida Tuturro and Stanley Tucci, returning as Dr. Kevin Moretti. There's a new permanent cast member, David Lyons, playing a cocky Australian attending, Simon Brenner.
(NY Daily News)-Saturday, April 5th 2008

Noah Wyle aboard for 'ER's' final season
NBC's announcement earlier this week that "ER" will be renewed for a final farewell season came shortly after Noah Wyle wrapped production in New Orleans on the third installment of TNT's "The Librarian" series of made-for-TV movies.

It also almost coincided with "ER's" Thursday (April 10, 9 p.m., WDSU-Channel 6) post-WGA-strike return to original episodes, so during a recent visit to the West Bank warehouse in which Wyle was preparing to shoot a "Librarian" scene, I asked him about an "ER" alumni reunion during the new season.


Wyle, as Dr. John Carter, was among the original cast of the once-smash series, but departed after its 11th season, the last few of which paid him a reported $9 million per.

Carter has revisited County General Hospital a few times since then, but reports earlier this year floated the notion that producers intended to ask other graduated vets - including George Clooney, Julianna Margulies and Eriq La Salle - to make reprise appearances.

Anthony Edwards is an unlikely returnee, in that his character died, but who knows? It's TV.

Wyle, for sure, is in.

"When I left, (it was) kind of like a divorce with visitation rights," he said. "I left eight hanging episodes and it was up to them to pepper them wherever they wanted to. So I did four, the Darfur shows that aired the year after I left, and owe them four more.

"I don't know who (else) they're going to get to come back, though. It makes for interesting ink, but there ain't no way in hell they're going to get George to come back. We already killed Anthony. Maybe they can get Julianna to come back. I know Eriq isn't coming back, he told me that on the phone the other day."

"ER" provided Wyle a better-than-comfortable nest egg, but he continues to accrue credible acting credits, as well as karmic credit for doing good deeds.

The clever "Librarian" series, with which Wyle works with costars Bob Newhart and "Saturday Night Live" alum and Mardi Gras fan Jane Curtin, is the latest entry on a resume that also includes the cult film favorite "Donnie Darko."

Wyle's off-camera concerns include human rights and mental healthcare charities, as well as the two young kids he's parenting with his wife Tracy.

The next "The Librarian," set and shot in New Orleans and for which Wyle also serves as executive producer, will air later this year, but the prospects of a return to "ER," especially in the context of a victory-lap final season and extra-especially if some of his early-days costars return too, would be a rerun he'd relish.

"Even when I was still there, when I found myself getting reflective and nostalgic, it was for a cast and show that hadn't really existed for several years anyway," he said. "I'm not sure who's still there. I'm not sure what family's left intact. There have been a lot of defections over the last couple of years.

"In terms of revisiting John Carter and having bookends to that 11-year experience, I'm very excited about that.

"John Wells, the executive producer, told me a long time ago that his vision for the final episode, since it was (Carter's) first day on the job in the (premier) episode, (was) to have him come back and run the emergency room and put his feet on the desk at the end. It seemed to him to have perfect symmetry. And I'm perfect with it.

"I hope we get Eriq (who played Carter tormentor Dr. Peter Benton) back. That's one relationship that was so seminal, especially in the beginning. To be able to pay that off as a mature equals, no longer drill sergeant to private, no longer teacher to student."

Exit question: Any chance that Carter's return might be for more than four episodes?

"They haven't talked about that yet," Wyle said. "I do cost a lot."
(NOLA.com)-April 05, 2008
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