St. Elsewhere TV Show
80's TV Show Facts for St. Elsewhere
Television Show Summary
This Emmy award winning 80's TV show spotlighted the lives of doctors, nurses and patients at St. Eligius Hospital in South Boston.
TV Show Plot For St. Elsewhere
St. Elswhere was a critically acclaimed serial drama which ran on NBC for six seasons from 1982 to 1988. Although the show never ranked above #49 in the rankings, it did appeal to an advertiser friendly audience of affluent americans. The series also brought attention to the network by being nominated for 63 Emmy Awards and winning a total of 13.
Cast of St. Elsewhere TV Show
Dr. Donald Westphall - Ed Flanders
Trivia for the TV Show St. ElsewhereHal Linden (Barney Miller) turned down the St. Elsewhere part of Donald Westphall before Ed Flanders landed the role.
80's TV Show Facts:
The TV Show St. Elsewhere was televised from 10/26/1982 to 05/25/1988, on the NBC network.
St. Elsewhere TV Show Emmy Awards:
Ed Flanders won best Lead Actor, Drama in 1982-83.
James Coco won best Supporting Actor, Drama for the 1982-83 episode Cora and Arnie.
Doris Roberts won best Supporting Actress, Drama for the 1982-83 episode Cora and Arnie.
John Noonan et al won best Writing, Drama for the 1983-84 episode The Women.
William Daniels won best Lead Actor, Drama in 1984-85.
William Daniels won best Lead Actor, Drama in 1985-86.
Bonnie Bartlett won best Supporting Actress, Drama in 1985-86.
Tom Fontana et al won best Writing, Drama for the 1985-86 episode Time Heals.
Bonnie Bartlett won best Supporting Actress, Drama in 1986-87.
Mark Tinker won best Directing, Drama for the 1987-88 episode Weigh In, Way Out.
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