List of the best seasons of ER, listed from best to worst with pictures of DVD covers when available. Hardcore fans of the series often argue over what the greatest season of ER is, which is exactly why this ranked list was created. This list of the best ER seasons has been voted on by ER fans from around the world, so the order of the seasons isn't just one person's opinion.
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ER - Season 1
The first season of ER premiered on September 19, 1994 and contains 25 episodes. This season introduces viewers to the staff at the fictional County General Hospital in Chicago.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "24 Hours," "Another Perfect Day," and "Love's Labor Lost."
Memorable moments from Season 1 include:- Hathaway overdoses and becomes a patient.
- Greene misdiagnoses a pregnant patient.
- Dr. Benton's mother dies.
ER - Season 2
The second season of ER premiered on September 21, 1995 and contains 22 episodes. This season finds Dr. Mark Greene succeeding at work at the expense of his personal life.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Welcome Back, Carter!," "It's Not Easy Being Greene," and "John Carter, M.D."
Memorable moments from Season 2 include:- Ross treats an HIV-infected child by any means necessary.
- Susan battles for custody of Suzie.
- Hathaway quits.
ER - Season 3
The third season of ER premiered on September 26, 1996 and contains 22 episodes. This season finds Susan Lewis moving to Arizona to be with her niece.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," "Night Shift," and "One More for the Road."
Memorable moments from Season 3 include:- Greene and Lewis say, "I love you".
- Gant commits suicide.
- Doug and Caro kiss.
ER - Season 8
The eighth season of ER premiered on September 27, 2001 and contains 22 episodes. This season primarily focuses on Greene's illness.
This season features several unforgettable episodes including: "Four Corners," "Partly Cloudy, Chance of Rain," and "Lockdown."
Memorable moments from Season 8 include:- Dr. Susan Lewis returns.
- Weaver comes out of the closet.
- Greene spends his last days in Hawaii.