Air Date: September 18th, 1994
A drama set in a high-tech medical facility in Chicago.
Season 6 - Episode 22 : Have I Got a Deal for You May 4, 2000
Hoyt Hospital Services wants to buy the hospital as an empty facility; Dr. Simon has an ectopic pregnancy; Dr. McNeill performs a miraculous surgery.
Season 6 - Episode 21 : Everybody's Special at Chicago Hope Apr 27, 2000
Heart-attack victim Hubert Miller deals with another patient fighting HMO bureaucracy; Dr. Shutt's comatose patient awakens after 15 years.
Season 6 - Episode 20 : Thoughts of You Apr 20, 2000
An experimental operation and an unresponsive patient yield surprising results for Drs. Simon and Shutt; Dr. Alberghetti struggles with her feelings for Dr. Miller.
Season 6 - Episode 19 : Miller Time Apr 13, 2000
An HMO bent on budget-slashing acquires the hospital, while Drs. Simon and Shutt attempt to get the new owner to approve a costly surgery.
Season 6 - Episode 18 : Devoted Attachment Apr 6, 2000
Conjoined adult twins with pancreatic cancer refuse to be separated; Dr. McNeil discovers his friend has turned to a life of crime.
Down deep, however, this is the old, highly workable stuff, tidily refurbished. [12 Sep 1994] Show More
Glimmers of good acting peep through this maze of melodrama. Yet "St. Elsewhere" practiced more interesting medicine, and Kelley's Emmy-laden "Picket Fences" is bolder and more likable. More significant, so is "ER." Show More
In its pilot episode, Chicago Hope looked smart but trite — Trapper John, M.D. with book-learnin'. ... [But David E.] Kelley's writing in [the second] episode is worth any number of Picket Fences. Show More