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Seat42f and Warner Home Video have teamed up to give THREE lucky winners a copy of ER Season 11 on DVD. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us why you want to add ER Season 11 to your DVD collection. Only one entry per person. Contest ends July 14th. Winners will be notified on July 15th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment. Open to US residents only.
In its 11th season, the doctors of the ER continue to face the trials and tribulations of saving lives while protecting their own. This season’s gripping stories follow the daily lives of doctors old and new as they learn how to be better physicians while learning even more about themselves. After a decade of heart-pounding, heart-stopping, and heart-warming plotlines, this perennial favorite returns once again as Warner Home Video gets set to release ER: The Complete Eleventh Season on DVD on July 14, 2009.
Created by best-selling author Michael Crichton, the eleventh season of ER drew over 12 million household viewers each week. It’s no wonder viewership increased by several million during this season, as the inevitable challenges facing the doctors of County General only seemed to intensify. While continuing to explore the themes of work and family, love and loss, Season 11 delves headfirst into some intense and unusual cases, like the aquarium worker with a live shark latched on or the fraternity brother with an arrow in his stomach after a stunt gone wrong. The season culminates with the dramatic departure of Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle), which rocks County General and its employees to the core.
“ER: The Complete Eleventh Season features 22 emotionally charged and action packed episodes, continuing the stories of the doctors we have gotten to know and love for over a decade,” said Rosemary Markson, WHV Vice President, TV and Special Interest Marketing. “Building upon the series’ magnificent close on network TV, we’re delighted to be releasing Season 11 to the millions who have loved and cherished ER for so many years.”