ER Season 13 DVD Review

ER: The Complete Thirteenth Season

  • Available on DVD: July 6th
  • Official Site URL: www.ertv.com
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Number of discs: 6
  • ASIN: B001JAHQ1G

ER remained a popular medical drama over its fifteen year run. Even for 2006, three years before its end, its 23 episodes rank #31 in audience popularity averaging 11.5 million viewers prime time. Although all the original cast no longer is there, its new member replacements are believable and work. Acting coupled with good scripting makes the series what it was.

ER, Season 13’s 1,012 minutes show why the show had so many award nominations and captured so many awards. Starring is

* Goran Visnjic as Dr. Luka Kova─Ź – Chief of Emergency Medicine
* Maura Tierney as Dr. Abby Lockhart – Third Year Resident
* Mekhi Phifer as Dr. Greg Pratt – Attending Physician
* Parminder Nagra as Dr. Neela Rasgotra – Surgical Intern
* John Stamos as Dr. Tony Gates – ER Intern
* Linda Cardellini as Nurse Samantha Taggart
* Shane West as Dr. Ray Barnett – Third Year Resident
* Scott Grimes as Dr. Archie Morris – Attending Physician
* Laura Innes as Dr. Kerry Weaver – Attending Physician

Wedding plans and surprises, people in competition, and the blame game complicate relationships. Promises things will be different and forgotten memories get in the way. Plots revolve on surprise, suspense, and cliff-hangers.

A shootout, its aftermath, ER staff victims, hostages taken, premature birth, rape and shooting, an experimental neonatal treatment, a gay patient, a malpractice suit, equipment shortages, alcoholism, wife beating, a rabies scare, a hospital patient refused, budget cuts, internet investigation, fire, a suspension of medical license, patient woes, understaffed nursing, unethical transport program issues, a paternity test, child custody, an accident victim, and anti-war stampedes echo real life page one news.

Released July 7, 2010, to DVD, ER, Season 13 is available for purchase online and in local stores. Its SMR is $49.98.

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