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If you’re looking for another excuse to avoid going outside, Hulu just dropped a great one right onto your screen.
The company has just brought ER to its streaming service (or any streaming service) for the first time ever – all 15 seasons of it.
An impressive 331 episodes of the show aired between 1994 and 2009. At about 45 minutes each, that amounts to over 10 straight days of nonstop viewing. You may never have to go outside again.
Although ER hasn’t been available on SVOD until now, it was immensely popular and widely acclaimed in its day. At the height of its powers, 30 million people were tuning in to see what the doctors of County General Hospital were up to each week.
In addition, it’s the most-Emmy-nominated drama series in American history, with 124 nominations (including 23 wins), and it served as a launching pad for stars like George Clooney and Julianna Margulies.
Between this, Seinfeld, Living Single, and the return of Animaniacs, Hulu seems poised to position itself as the streaming service of choice for people who really miss the TV they watched in the ’90s.