"24 Hours in the ER" (BBC America) is 14-episode observational documentary capturing the daily life-or-death dramas that take place in one of London's busiest Emergency Rooms.

Filmed by a BAFTA-winning team, around the clock over 28 days, with 70 specially rigged remote cameras, "24 Hours in the ER" tells the intimate, emotional stories of the patients needing urgent medical attention and follows up with those lucky enough to recover to hear of life post-ER. The documentary follows the actions of the ER's medical staff whose decisions within the first 15 minutes of an arrival determine whether someone lives or dies.

"24 Hours in the ER" is produced by The Garden Productions. Executive producers are Nick Curwin ("One Born Every Minute," "The Family") and Magnus Temple ("One Born Every Minute," "Murder on the Lake").
Amy Flanagan ("The Hospital," "Feltham Sings") and Anthony Philipson ("Coppers," "Ross Kemp on Gangs") are both series producers and directors.



Network: BBC America
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: September 27, 2011
Seasons: 1
Production Company: The Garden Productions

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