The doctor will see you now - RTÉ Player releases season 1-7 of ER

The doctor will see you now - RTÉ Player releases season 1-7 of ER
Cast members of ER. Picture via ER: The Series Facebook page.

RTÉ has gone and revealed a new release on the new and improved player to make us all nostalgic.

On the very day that the final episode of ER aired back in 2009, RTÉ released the series on the player to mark the 10th anniversary of its conclusion.

Whether you were an avid fan of the show or you want to delve into a new binge watch then look no further because season 1-7 of hospital drama is now available on the streaming site.

Follow the lives of George Clooney, Noah Wyle, Julianna Margulies, Eriq La Salle and their fellow cast members in the busy emergency room from the early days.

The show, which follows the trials and tribulations of the doctors and medical staff of County General Hospital in Chicago was a huge hit from its inception 24 years ago back in 1994.

That's our rainy day what to watch debate settled once and for all!

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