In 1994, US medical drama, ER, aired ‘Blizzard’ – a Christmas-themed episode of the show. The episode was broadcast to coincide with the holiday season and provide ER audiences with some seasonal drama.
Due to the popularity of the episode, with audiences enjoying this dose of festive content, Christmas episodes became a semi-regular thing on the show. Continuing in subsequent years, ER incorporated Christmas episodes into almost every season.
But if you’re new to ER, you love Christmas, and you want to seek out the holiday episodes of the show, what are the stories you need to look out for? And more importantly, how many Christmas episodes of ER are there?!
For all the details and more, keep on reading!
Every Christmas/holiday episode of ER in order
During the course of its run, ER featured 16 holiday-themed episodes. If you wish to seek out all of the episodes, then simply follow this list:
- Blizzard – ER: Season One, Episode Ten (1994)
- The Gift – ER: Season One, Episode Eleven (1994)
- A Miracle Happens Here – ER: Season Two, Episode Ten (1995)
- Homeless for the Holidays – ER: Season Three, Episode Ten (1996)
- Do You See What I See? – ER: Season Four, Episode Ten (1997)
- The Miracle Worker – ER: Season Five, Episode Ten (1998)
- How the Finch Stole Christmas – ER: Season Six, Episode Nine (1999)
- The Greatest of Gifts – ER: Season Seven, Episode Nine (2000)
- Piece of Mind – ER: Season Seven, Episode Ten (2000)
- I’ll Be Home for Christmas – ER: Season Eight, Episode Ten (2001)
- Hindsight – ER: Season Nine, Episode Ten (2002)
- Makemba – ER: Season Ten, Episode Ten (2003)
- Twas the Night – ER: Season Eleven, Episode Nine (2004)
- All About Christmas Eve – ER: Season Twelve, Episode Ten (2005)
- City of Mercy – ER: Season Thirteen, Episode Eleven (2006)
- The High Holiday – ER: Season Fifteen, Episode Ten (2008)
Seek out the above episodes of ER through streaming services or via TV re-runs, and you’ll have all the holiday medical drama you could ever desire.
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