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Christina Hendricks: 7 TV Appearances Before Mad Men That You May Have Forgotten About
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Grey's Anatomy Vets Patrick Dempsey And Sandra Oh Join Scrubs, ER Stars For Tribute Video

The fake doctors of television have a special message for their real-life counterparts.

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Why ER's Executive Producer Doesn't Want To See The Medical Drama Rebooted

Many executive producers would love to return to some of their biggest TV hits, but not ER's John Wells.

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Seriously, Grey's Anatomy Just Shared The Best Recap Video Before Milestone Episode

Dance down memory lane with McDreamy, McSteamy, Cristina, etc., ahead of this week's big episode.

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Grey's Anatomy Becomes The Longest-Running Medical Show On TV This Week

Grey's Anatomy will pass ER's 331 episode count on February 28. And it's not even close to done.

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Designated Survivor Season 3 Cast An ER Alum And One More For Major Roles

The third season of Designated Survivor cast a familiar face from ER, and that's not the only significant casting.

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ER Alum Eriq La Salle Shared Kind Words About Actress Vanessa Marquez After Shooting Death

In the wake of former ER actress Vanessa Marquez's death, former co-star Eriq La Salle had some kind words.

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Former ER Actress Vanessa Marquez Is Dead After Confrontation With Police Officers

Vanessa Marquez, known for her role on ER, is dead after a confrontation with law enforcement.

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Anthony Edwards Favorite Prank From ER Set Is A Hoot

Anthony Edwards shared a prank from the set of ER that is as hilarious as it is ridiculous.

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The 4 Classic Shows That NBC Is Extremely Eager To Revive

NBC already has Will & Grace coming back to fans this fall, and the network apparently has four other shows that execs want back on TV.

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The 10 TV Shows That Mention Drugs And Alcohol The Most

Over the years television has been a major source for drug and alcohol references in pop culture, and here are the ten shows with the most intoxicating mentions.

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The 7 Most Expensive TV Shows Of All Time

Here are the 7 most expensive TV series in the 80+ years that the small screen medium has been putting out programming.

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Why One Incredibly Popular Drama Had A Hard Time Making It To The Air

The truth is that a lot of shows have trouble making it to television, and that's equally true for some shows that end up being big hits on network or cable TV.

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TV Shows That Got Way Worse After A Main Character Left

Not all TV shows and characters are created equal, and there are a subset of popular series whose quality took a nosedive when one or more main characters left the show. Check out some glaring examples.

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13 Popular TV Shows That Should Have Ended Way Sooner

Of the TV shows that manage to reach pure greatness, however temporary, very few retain that level of quality throughout their entire runs. Here are 13 shows that should have come to a close well before they actually did, although some are very much still on the air.

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ER's Sherry Stringfield Joins Under The Dome For Season 2

ER alum Sherry Stringfield has been cast in CBS's drama Under the Dome in what could prove to be a pretty crucial role in the story. As was the case with the recent casting of Grace Victoria Cox in Season 2, this role isn't directly connected to a character from Stephen King's book. But given how far the series has already drifted from its source material, that's to be expected at this point.

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Before Cult And The Following: 5 Other Pairs Of Noticeably Similar TV Shows

It doesn't take the astute mind of a TV critic to see similarities in this seasons two new serial killer dramas, namely Fox's The Following and The CW's Cult. Of course, there are bound to be many differences and two projects that share a strong resemblance coming out at the same time is also not a rare occurrence. It's just another in a long line of Deep Impact - Armageddon situations. Here are five other awkwardly timed television releases...

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George Clooney Looks Back At His TV Career, And So Do We

I sometimes forget that Academy Award winning actor-director George Clooney was once a television star. It seems so long ago that he was curing what ails as Dr. Doug Ross on NBC and Michael Crichton's uber-popular medical drama ER. Well before that break-out role, Clooney could be seen all over the small-screen, most notably on The Facts of Life or Roseanne, and he talks a little about all of them in this video.

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Producer And Writer David Mills Dies At 48

At the age of 48, while working on the forthcoming HBO series Treme, which he was attached to as head writer and executive producer, David Mills passed collapsed on the set and passed away from a brain aneurysm

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On Too Long: The Most Played Out Shows Of The Decade

In comprising such a list, the staff here at Blend Television found that it was just as easy to come up with a list of shows that went on way past their prime. Shows that started off great

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