Emergencies: the cast meets more than 10 years after the end of the series – News Séries on TV

The cast of the cult series “Emergencies”, including George Clooney, Julianna Margulies and Anthony Edwards, met virtually this Thursday. A moment full of nostalgia during which the possibility of a reboot was mentioned.

Great moment of nostalgia this Thursday in the american web-series Stars in the house, who hosted a virtual cast reunion for Urgences, the cult medical drama that aired on NBC between 1994 and 2009. George Clooney, Julianna Margulies, Anthony Edwards, Noah Wyle and Goran Visnjic were notably on hand for this discussion that lasted two o’clock.

Several subjects were raised during this meeting, from the episode signed Quentin Tarantino to the initial feeling of George Clooney who very quickly felt that Emergency was going to be a hit. But perhaps one of the prettiest moments was when Noah Wyle remembered Clooney’s words to the other comedians just before filming on the show began.

“Very early, George called us to his dressing room”, he recalls in comments reported by TVLine. “You told us, ‘I had the privilege of playing in seven series that weren’t successful. Here’s what we’re going to do differently: We’re all going to be good to each other, and we’re going to erase the boundaries between the foreground and the background, between the actors and the crew. We will all take our work seriously, but not take ourselves seriously. We’re going to do our homework, but we’re not going to waste rehearsal time learning our dialogues. “You outlined the broad lines of professionalism that we subsequently adopted.”

As for the possibility of a reboot of Urgences, the casting was clear: it’s no! “When you watch the show, it’s hard to say that we could do something so good again”, Clooney slips. “I watched the show again because my wife watched it, which is a little strange, and I have to say, it’s really great quality TV.”

Find below, in its entirety, the meeting of the cast of “Urgences”:

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