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House (TV series)
                                     

★ House (TV series)

House, M. D. is an American television medical drama that originally ran on the Fox network for eight seasons from November 16 2004 to may 21, 2012. Seriess main character Dr. Gregory house, an unconventional, misanthropic medical genius who, despite his addiction to painkillers, he leads a team of diagnosticians at the fictional Princeton–Plainsboro teaching hospital in new Jersey. The room seriess originated with Paul Attanasio, while David shore, who is revered as the Creator in the first place responsible for the conception of the main character.

Executive producers included seriess shore, Attanasio, Attanasios business partner Katie Jacobs, and film Director Bryan singer. It was filmed mainly in the district and a business district in Los Angeles Countys Westside called century city. The series has received critical acclaim, and was constantly one of the most popular series in the United States.

Houses are often faced with his fellow physicians, including his own diagnostic team, because many of his hypotheses about the patients disease based on subtle or controversial insights. His flouting of hospital rules and procedures frequently leads to conflict with his boss, hospital administrator and Dean of medicine Dr. Lisa Cuddy Lisa Edelstein. Houses only true friend is Dr. James Wilson Robert Sean Leonard, head of the Department of Oncology.

During the first three seasons, houses diagnostic team consists of Dr. Robert chase Jesse Spencer Dr. Allison Cameron Jennifer Morrison and Dr. Eric foreman Omar Epps. At the end of the third season, this team disbands. Returned the foreman, house gradually selects three new team members: Dr. Remy "thirteen" Hadley Olivia Wilde, Dr. Chris Taub Peter Jacobson and Dr. Lawrence kutner Kal Penn. Chase and Cameron continue to appear periodically in different roles in the hospital. Kutner dies at the end of the fifth season, at the beginning of the sixth season, Cameron is sent to the hospital, and chase returns to the diagnostic team. Thirteen takes a leave of absence for most of season seven, and her position is filled by medical student Martha M. masters amber Tamblyn. Cuddy and masters depart before season eight, the foreman is the new Dean of medicine, while Dr. Jessica Adams Odette annable and Dr. Chi Park Charlene Yi to join the group of houses.

The house is in the top ten series in the United States from the second season to fourth season. Distributed to 66 countries, house was the most popular television program in the world in 2008. The show received numerous awards, including five primetime of Emmy awards, two Golden globes, a Peabody award, and nine peoples choice awards. On 8 February 2012, Fox announced that the eighth season, then in progress, would be his last. The series finale aired on may 21, 2012, after one-hour retrospective.

                                     

1.1. Production. The concept. (Концепция)

In 2004, David shore and Paul Attanasio, Katie Jacobs, together with Attanasios business partner, broke a series of untitled at the time, the Fox as a CSI -style medical detective program, a hospital whodunit in which the doctors investigated symptoms and their causes. Attanasio was inspired to develop a medical procedural drama by the new York times magazine column "diagnosis," written by physician Lisa Sanders, who is an attending physician at Yale–new haven hospital YNHH, the fictional Princeton–Plainsboro teaching hospital ppth, not to be confused with the University Medical center of Princeton at Plainsboro is modeled after this institution. FOX bought the series, though the networks then-President, Gail Berman, told the creative team, "I want a medical show, but I dont want to see white coats going down the corridor". Jacobs stated that this provision was one of many factors that led to the shows final form.

After Fox picked up the show, he has the working title chasing zebras, circling the drain. The original premise of the show was about a team of doctors working together trying to "diagnose the undiagnosable". Shore felt it was important to have an interesting Central character, one who could examine patients personal characteristics and diagnose their ailments, find out their secrets and lies. As shore and the rest of the creative team explored the possibilities of characters, the program concept became less order and more focus on the main role. The character was named "House", which was adopted as the name as well. The Bank modified the characters and wrote the script for the pilot episode. Bryan singer, who directed the pilot episode and had a major role in casting for the lead role, said that "the title of the pilot was all lies, and this is the premise of the show." Shore said that the Central storylines of several early episodes were based on the work of Berton Roueche, a staff writer for the new Yorker between 1944 and 1994, who spetsializiruyutsya in features about unusual medical cases.

Shore traced the concept of the main character to your experience as a patient in the hospital. Shore recalled: "I knew as soon as I left the room, they would be mocking me relentlessly own father." Since the beginning of the third season, he was paid $275.000 to $300.000 per episode, but three times that he was previously on the series. Shows fifth season, Laurie was earning around $400.000 dollars per episode, making it one of the highest paid actors on television.

Robert Sean Leonard had received the script for the CBS show Numb3rs, as well as for the home. Leonard thought the Numb3rs script was "cool" and planned to audition for the show. However, he decided that the character he was, Charlie eppes, was in too many scenes, he later said: "the less I work the happier I am". He believed that his house audition was not particularly good, but his lengthy friendship with singer helped win him the role of Dr. Wilson. The singer had the image of Lisa Edelsteins prostitute on the West wing, and sent her a copy of the pilot. Edelstein was attracted to the quality of the recording and its characters have a "dialogue" with house, and was selected for the role of Dr. Lisa Cuddy.

Australian actor Jesse Spencers agent suggested that he audition for the role of Dr. Robert chase. Spencer believed the program would be similar to the hospital, but changed his mind after reading the scripts. After he was cast, he persuaded the producers to turn the character in Australia. Patrick Dempsey also auditioned for the role of chase, he later became known for playing Dr. Derek shepherd on Greys anatomy. Omar Epps who plays Dr. Eric foreman, was inspired by his earlier portrayal of a troubled Intern on the NBC medical drama ER. Jennifer Morrison felt that her audition for the role of Dr. Allison Cameron was a complete disaster. However, before her audition, singer had seen some of her performances, including on Dawson Creek, and already wanted to cast her in this role. Morrison left the show when her character was written in the middle of the sixth season.

At the end of season three, house dismisses chase, while foreman and Cameron resign. After the episode in which he "borrows" the janitor, whom he calls "Dr. buffer" to assist in the diagnosis, then the house needs to recruit a new diagnostic team, for which he identifies seven finalists. The producers originally planned to recruit two new full-time actors, with foreman, who returns in season fours fifth episode, bringing the team up to three members, in the end, it was decided to add three new regular cast. During production, the show dismissed a single candidate per episode, as a result, said Jacobs, neither the producers nor the actors knew who would be hired until the last minute. In the ninth episode of the season, the houses revealed a new team: Foreman is joined by doctors Lawrence kutner Kal Penn Chris Taub Peter Jacobson and Remy "thirteen" Hadley Olivia Wilde. Candidates rejected wont return to the show, except the last one cut: amber "cutthroat bitch" Volakis Anne Dudek, who appeared on the rest of the season, as mentioned above the girl, and in seasons five and eight as a hallucination of the houses. While Penn and Wilde had higher profile than the actors who played the other finalists, Jacobs said they went through a similar audition process and stayed with the show based on the interests of writers in their characters. Kutner was written out of the series in episode 20 of season 5 after Penn took a position in the office of the White house Obama for public engagement and intergovernmental Affairs.

The contracts of Edelstein, Epps, and Leonard expired at the end of the seventh season. As a cost-cutting measure, three participants were invited to go to the pay cuts. EPPS and Leonard came to terms with the producers, but Edelstein did not, and in may 2011 it was announced that she would not return to the show for an eighth season.

                                     

1.2. Production. The style of filming and locations. (Стиль съемок и локаций)

House is often filmed using the "walk and talk" filming technique, the popularity of television series such as Saint everywhere, ER, sports night and the West wing. The technique involves the use of tracking shots, showing two or more characters walking between locations while talking. Executive producer Katie Jacobs said that the show frequently uses the technique because "when you put a scene on the go, it. a way of creating urgency and intensity". She noted the significance of "the fact that Hugh Laurie spans 62" and taller than all the others, because it certainly makes those walk and talks pop". Nancy Franklin in "the new Yorker" called the show "cool, Fantastic voyage –like special effects of patients innards. I bet you didnt know that when kidneys shut down they sound like bubble wrap." "Cameras and special effects travel not only down the throat" of one patient, another critic observed, "but up her nose and inside her brain and leg". Instead of relying primarily on computer graphics, pictures of the interiors of the body, usually used miniature effects and motion control photography. Many of the sets are dressed in a variety of improvised props that allow Laurie to physically improvise, revealing aspects of his character and history.

The pilot episode was filmed in Vancouver, principal photography for all subsequent episodes took place on the Fox lot in century city, Los Angeles. Bryan singer chose the hospital near his hometown, West Windsor, new Jersey, shows a fictional setting. Center of Princeton University campus frist is the source of the aerial views of Princeton–Plainsboro seen in the series. Part of the filming took place at the University of southern California for the season three episode "half-wit", which starred Dave Matthews and Kurtwood Smith. Part of houses sixth season was filmed at the abandoned Greystone Park psychiatric hospital, in Parsippany-Troy hills, new Jersey, and fictional psychiatric hospital in Mayfield.

                                     

1.3. Production. The opening sequence. (Последовательность открытия)

The opening sequence begins with an MRI of the head with the image of the boxed "h" logo an international symbol for hospital in the foreground. This is then overlaid with the image of Dr. Houses face taken from the pilot episode of the show full name appears on his face. The house then the head disappears and the name shows up underlined and has the "M. D." appear next to it, producing the entire logo of the show. It was fully the title sequence in the pilot episode. All subsequent episodes contain a longer sequence including the names of the six featured actors and Creator David shore. Lauries the name appears first, then the names of the five featured cast in alphabetical order, then the coast.

After the title fades, the aerial view of ppth actually various Princeton University buildings, primarily the first campus center was followed by a series of images accompanying each name of the members, most of them for him, or on top of, illustration of human anatomy. Lauries the name appears next to a model of a human head with the brain exposed, the Edelsteins name appears next to a visual effects production schedule angiogram of the heart. Name Eppss superimposed on the chest x-ray, Leonards name appears in the drawing, the two hemispheres of the brain. The producers originally wanted to include the image of a cane and vicodin, but Fox objected. Thus, the name of the card Morrisons no picture, aerial view of rowers on Princeton Universitys lake Carnegie was finally agreed upon to accompany her name. The name Spencer appears next to an old-fashioned anatomical drawing of the spine. Between the presentations of Spencers and shores names scene of house and his three original team members down in one of the hospitals corridors. Jacobs said that most of the backgrounds have a certain meaning, but the final image - the text "created by David shore" superimposed on the neck means that the shore is "the brain show". The sequence was nominated for an Emmy award for outstanding main title design in 2005. The title sequence continued to credit Spencer and Morrison even when their characters were reduced to background roles in seasons four and five and Morrison even after she was discharged. A new opening sequence was introduced in season seven to accommodate the changes in the cast, removing the name of the Morrisons and Tom Jacobson and Wilde. It was updated in the eighth season by removing the name of the Edelsteins and added Annable and Yi.

Original seriess opening theme, as heard in the United States, includes the instrumental part of "drop" by massive attack. The piece was used in part because of the different tempo which roughly mimics the sound of the beating of the human heart. Acoustic version of "teardrop", with guitar and vocals by josé gonzález, it sounds as background music during the season four finale.



                                     

2. Overview of the series. (Обзор серии)

Gregory house, Doctor of medicine, often seen as a misanthropic medical genius, heads a team of diagnosticians at Princeton–Plainsboro in new Jersey. The series is built around a Central plot with the secondary stories that cross over seasons. Most episodes revolve around the diagnosis of a primary patient and start with a cold open set the hospital, showing events ending with the onset of the patients symptoms. A typical episode follows the team in their attempts to diagnose and treat disease, often fail to until the patients condition is critical. They usually treat only patients whom other doctors have not accurate diagnosis, and the house regularly rejects cases he is not interested.

As a rule, the patient is diagnosed at least once, which usually causes further complications, but the nature of the complications often provides new evidence which helps to properly diagnose the patient. House often tends to arrive at a correct diagnosis seemingly out of the blue, often inspired by a passing remark to another character. Diagnoses range from relatively common to very rare diseases.

The team faces many diagnostic difficulties from patients concealment of symptoms, circumstances, or personal histories, so house frequently proclaims during the discussion of the teams, "the patient is lying", or mutters "everybody lies", such an assumption guides homes decisions and diagnoses, and makes steps to teach a routine procedure. Because many of his hypotheses are based on epiphanies or controversial insights, he often has trouble obtaining permission for medical procedures he considers necessary from his superior, which in all but the last season of Doctor hospital administrator Lisa Cuddy. This is especially the case when the proposed procedures involve a high degree of risk or are ethically questionable. Frequent disagreements occurring between house and his team, especially Dr. Allison Cameron, whose standards of medical ethics are more conservative than the other characters.

Like all hospitals, doctors, house is required to treat patients in the walk-in clinic. His grudging fulfillment of this duty, or his creative methods of avoiding it, constitute a recurring subplot, which often serves as a comic seriess. During clinic duty, house confuses patients with adverse remarks in their personal lives, eccentric prescriptions and unorthodox methods of treatment. However, after seeming to be inattentive to their complaints, he regularly impresses them with rapid and accurate diagnosis. Analogy with some simple cases in the clinic occasionally inspire insights that will help solve the case team.

An important element of the plot is the use of the home vicodin to manage pain caused by a heart attack in the quadriceps muscle of the right leg, after five years shows first season, which also forces him to use a cane. In the first season, 11th episode "detox", house admits he is addicted to Vicodin, but says that was not a problem because the pills "let me do my job, and they take away my pain". His addiction has led his colleagues, Cuddy and Dr. James Wilson, to encourage him to go to rehab several times. When he has no access to Vicodin or experiences unusually intense pain, he from time to time self-medicates with other narcotic analgesics such as morphine, oxycodone and methadone. House also frequently drinks liquor when he is not on medical duty, and considers himself a "big drinker". To the end of season five, House begins to hallucinate, after exclusion of other possible diagnoses, he and Wilson determine that his vicodin addiction is the most likely cause. House goes into denial about this for a short time, but at the end of the season, he commits himself to Mayfield psychiatric hospital. In the following seasons debut episode, the home of Mayfield with his addiction under control. However, about a year and a half later, in season sevens 15th episode, "bombshells", house reacts to the news that Cuddy possibly kidney cancer by taking Vicodin, and his addiction recurs.

                                     

3.1. The cast and characters. The main characters. (Главные герои)

Around the home run, six major participants received star billing. All of them play doctors who work at the fictional Princeton–Plainsboro teaching hospital in new Jersey. Dr. Gregory house Hugh Laurie, the main character, heads the Department of diagnostic medicine. The house describes itself as a "certified diagnostician with a double specialty of infectious disease and Nephrology". Dr. James Wilson Robert Sean Leonard, houses one true friend, the head of the Department of Oncology. Dr. Lisa Cuddy Lisa Edelstein, endocrinologist, master of the house, as she is the Dean of hospital medicine and chief administrator. The house has a complex relationship with Cuddy, and their interactions often involve a high degree of innuendo and sexual tension. In the sixth episode of the fifth season, "joy", they kiss for the first time. Their physical relationship is not any progress in the fifth season finale of the fifth season, house believes he and Cuddy had slept, but it was a hallucination, because houses Vicodinbuy dependence. In the finale of season six, Cuddy tells him she loves him. They kiss and agree to try to be a couple. Throughout season seven, house and Cuddy try to make their relationship work. However, in the final, seventh season, House drives his car into Cuddy living room in anger and their relationship is virtually over.

Houses original team of diagnosticians consists of Dr. Eric foreman Omar Epps neurologist, Dr. Robert chase Jesse Spencer, resuscitator, doctor Allison Cameron Jennifer Morrison immunologist. In the season three episode "family", foreman announces his resignation, telling house, "I dont want to turn you." During the season finale, house tells chase that he learned or what you can or nothing at all and dismisses him from the team. Cameron, who fell in love with the chase, soon resigns. This leaves house without a team for the season-four premiere.

On orders from Cuddy to recruit a new team, house considers 40 doctors. The four seasons of the first series to focus on the selection process, the structure of the reality competition elimination Jacobs called it a "version of survivor ". House assigns each applicant a number between one and 40, and couples them to seven finalists. He assesses their performance in diagnostic cases, assistance to foreman, who returns to the Department after his dismissal from another hospital for house-like behavior. While mistress return the funds only two open slots, house tricks Cuddy into allowing him to hire three new assistants. He ultimately selects Dr. Chris Taub Peter Jacobson, a former plastic surgeon Dr Lawrence kutner Kal Penn sports medicine specialist, and Dr. Remy "thirteen" Hadley Olivia Wilde internist known for his number in the elimination contest. In the season finale, thirteen discovers that she is, as she had feared, a hereditary disease, Huntingtons from his mother, which is incurable.

In the 11th episode of the fifth season, "joy to the world", foreman and thirteen engage in a passionate kiss. Thirteen is at first reluctant to start a relationship with foreman, but they eventually begin Dating and are still together at the end of the season. They broke up at the beginning of the sixth season. In the 20th episode of the fifth season, "simple explanation," kutner was found dead in his apartment with a gunshot wound to the head. Because kutner left no note, house suspects foul play, though the death is accepted by other characters as a suicide.

In the seventh episode of the second season, "hunting", Cameron and chase another night. In the middle of the third season, they initiate a sexual relationship that Cameron insists be casual, when chase declares that he "wants more", Cameron ends the affair. By the end of the season, however, Cameron recognizes that she has romantic feelings for chase and they begin a serious relationship. After the end of the diagnostic team, they assume different roles at the ppth, Cameron as a senior doctor in the emergency room and chase as a surgeon. They get wrapped up in the season five episode "saviors" episode immediately following kutners parents suicide and got married at the end of the season. When chase, the team returned home in season six, Cameron leaves her husband and the hospital at "team", the seasons eighth episode. She returns as a guest character in "lockdown", nine episodes later.

At the beginning of season seven, thirteen takes an unexplained leave of absence. Cuddy orders house to fill her position with another woman, but eventually makes the choice for him: medical student of Dr. Martha M. masters amber Tamblyn, who makes her first appearance in the seasons sixth episode. Thirteen returns in the "excavation" - the 18th episode of the season and shows 150th - in which the reason for her absence is revealed: she has been in prison for six months for having helped euthanize her brother who suffered from advanced Huntingtons. While Jacobson and Wilde play Central characters as Penn, they did not receive star payments to seven for the season. They were credited as "ALSO starring", with their names appear after the Intro. In season seven, Jacobson and Wilde received star billing, a new regular cast member Tamblyn did not.

                                     

3.2. The cast and characters. Recurring characters. (Повторяющиеся символы)

The first six seasons of house each included one or more recurring featured characters, who appear in several episodes in a story arc. In season one, Edward Vogler Chi McBride, the billionaire owner of a pharmaceutical company, appears in five episodes. He gives us $ 100 million to the ppth in return the Chairman of its Board. Vogler represented an attempt to introduce the villain, the movement calls upon the Fox. By the time the Vogler episodes began to air, the hit and the character was soon dropped. Shore said the concept of a villainous boss not really for the series: "call him home. The audience knows that hell never get fired."

Stacy Warner SELA ward, houses a former girlfriend, will appear in the last two episodes of the first season and seven episodes of the second season. She wants house to treat her husband, mark Warner Currie Graham, whose house the diagnosis of acute intermittent porphyria in the season one finale. Stacy and house grow close again, but house eventually tells Stacy to go back to Mark, which devastates her.

Michael Tritter David Morse, a police detective, appears in several season three episodes. He tries to extract an apology from house, who left Tritter in an examination room with a thermometer in the rectum. After House refuses to apologize Tritter brings him on charges of drug possession unsaved and makes him participate in rehabilitation. When the case reaches court, Cuddy perjures home and the case was dismissed. The judge reprimands Tritter for home use in excess, and tells house that she thinks he "has better friends than he deserves," referring to Cuddys 11th-hour testimony on his behalf. The house is sentenced to one night in jail for contempt of court and finishes his recovery under the influence of vicodin.

Candidates for houses new diagnostics team the fours seasons primary recurring characters. In addition to the three that are chosen, the other four finalists are Jeffrey Cole and EDI Gathegi, Travis Brennan, Andy Comeau, epidemiologist, Henry Dobson Carmen Argenziano, a former doctor upon admission to the school Director, and amber "cutthroat bitch" Volakis Anne Dudek, interventional radiologist. Each of the four leaves the show after elimination, except for Volakis, who appears throughout the season, starting with Wilson. In the two-part season finale, Volakis attempts to shepherd a Drunken house when Wilson is unavailable. They are involved in a bus crash, which leads to her death. She appears at the end of season five among the hallucinations house suffers.

Private detective Lucas Douglas Michael Weston, a character based partly on the shores of love, the Dossier of detective Rockford files, appears in three episodes of the fifth season. House initially hires Douglas to spy on Wilson, who ended their friendship after Volakiss death, the Friendship is subsequently rekindled. House later pays Douglas to look into the private lives of his team members and Cuddy. If the character was perceived by the audience, plans existed to show him how to lead in a spin-off show. In September 2008, shore spoke to entertainment weekly about his vision of the character: "I dont want just another medical show. What worries me in terms of writing is the choices people make and the nature of good and evil. a private investigator can approach that question much faster than the doctor". No show featuring Douglas on the fall network schedule TV 2009. He returns to house in season six Cuddy friend. They are briefly engaged until Cuddy stops, realizing shes in love with the house.



                                     

4.1. Welcome Critical reception. (Критический прием)

The house has received mostly positive feedback about their lives in the series was considered a bright spot amid Foxs schedule, which at that time was largely filled with reality shows. One season has a Metacritic score is 75 out of 100, based on 30 reviews, indicating "generally favorable" reviews. Matt Roush from TV guide said the program was an "uncommon cure for the common medical drama". New York daily news critic David Bianculli welcomes "the high level of acting and script". The onion "A.V. club" approvingly described it as the "nastiest" black Comedy from Fox since 1996s short-lived profit. New York, John Leonard called the series "medical TV at the most satisfying and basic", and "the Boston globe" Matthew Gilbert understands that the show does not try to hide the flaws of the characters, to allay the fears of the audience about "HMO factories". Variety Brian Lowry, less impressed, wrote that the show relied on "the numbers storytelling, albeit in a glossy package". Tim Goodman from the chronicle of San Francisco called it "mediocre" and unoriginal.

General critical reaction to the character of Gregory house was particularly positive. Tom Shales of the Washington post called it "the most incendiary new main character to hit television In years". Pittsburgh post-Gazette with Rob Owen found him "remarkably ugly". Critics have compared house to fictional detectives Nero Wolfe, Hercule Poirot, and Adrian monk, and Perry Cox, a cantankerous doctor on the TV show, scrubs. One book-a monograph of the series finds a powerful kinship between house and another famous TV doctor, Hawkeye M*A*s*N. Lauries the main role was valued very highly. San Francisco chronicle S. Goodman called it "a miracle" and "about the only reason to watch House ".

Critics have also reacted positively to the shows original cast support post with slates is called "Paddington". Leonards the image Dr. Wilson has been considered Emmy award worthy critics with TV guide, entertainment weekly, and USA today. Bianculli of the daily news was happy to see Edelstein "finally, deservedly meaty co-starring role". Freelance critic Daniel Finberg was disappointed that Leonard and Edelstein have not received more recognition for their performances.

Reaction to major shifts of season four was mixed. "With a new crew in the house takes on a slightly more energized feel", wrote Todd Douglass Jr. of DVD talk to. "And the fifth season is brilliant." The star-Ledger with Alan Sepinwall wrote, "the extended, enormous job audition gave the writers a chance to reinvigorate the show and fully embrace Lauries genius." Mary McNamara of the Los Angeles times, on the other hand, I agree with the developments: "the cast just kept getting bigger, the stories more scattered and uneven until you had a bunch of great actors forced to stand and watch the Hugh Laurie show together only by force of his will." USA today Robert Bianco cheered the season finale: "talk about saving the best for last. With two fabulous, heartbreaking hours. the writers rescued a season that had seemed diffuse, overcrowded and perhaps too ambitious for its own good."

The fifth season of house was met with a more positive response compared to the previous season. It contains an assessment to put mods on 77 out of 100, based on ten reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews". It also has a rating of 100% on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes web site, with an average score of 8.1 based on nine collected reviews. Today, the United States appreciated the performance Lauries and consequences in the season four finale, stating that "postponed from last season with a brilliant finale, house is firmly in the forefront. And when you have the actor Hugh Lauries range, depth and charisma, putting him center stage makes sense, especially when you wrote the story, which explores character and its key relationships in such a way that it seems an integral part of the series". New York daily news noted that "the show pays more attention to relationships we care about, hints at a sensible number of new ones that show some promise, and thus doesnt rely on obscure medical mysteries to carry the whole dramatic burden", and noted that "forecasts for this season could be better than last season, it seemed an omen". Mary McNamara of the Los Angeles times highlighted the performances of the actors, especially Michael Weston as detective Lucas Douglas, calling him a "delightful addition". She concluded, "so different premiere that the savvy Fox and the viewer may expect the revelation that it was all a bad dream. That does not seem to be the case, and one assumes that Laurie and the writers will bring different version of their now-iconic character back to Princeton. Not too different, but different enough." Conversely, Ryan Chicago tribune and Maureen unloved character Westons, calling him "an unwelcome distraction. irritating pipsqueak". She continued, saying, "the house was one of the best shows on TV, but it really went off the rails". Sunday times felt that the show had "lost its sense of humor." The focus on thirteen and her eventual involvement with foreman also came under particular criticism.

At the end of the shows run, Steven Tong of entertainment weekly wrote that "house in the final season, has become a rather sentimental show". In new York magazine blog vulture, Margaret Lyons wrote, "more than a hospital drama or a character piece or anything else, house is a complex meditation on misery." But, continued Lyon, there is a line between "enlightened cynicism" and "misery-entropy" and "as the show wore on his dramatic gray and its agony flare burned ever brighter." Alan Sepinwall wrote: "repetition and dirt the middle of the season, eventually severed that emotional connection I have at home a personal struggle".

The show placed #62 on entertainment weeklys "new classics TV" list. The show was declared the second-highest rated show during the first ten years IMDb.com about 2002-2012.

                                     

4.2. Welcome Critics top ten lists. (Критики десятку списков)

After his first five seasons, house was included in various critics top ten lists, they are listed in order of rating.

                                     

4.3. Welcome American television ratings. (Американские телевизионные рейтинги)

In its first season, House ranked twenty-fourth among all television series and was the ninth-most popular program in Prime time among women. Based on the lead-in from the widely popular American idol, the next three seasons of the program each ranked in the top ten among all viewers. House reached its peak Nielsen ratings in its third season, attracting an average of 19.4 million viewers per episode. According to Jacobs, the production team was surprised that the series has garnered such a large audience. In its fifth season, the show attracted 12.0 million viewers per episode and slipped to nineteenth place overall. It remained Foxs most popular show other than American idol.

The most popular episode of house in season four episode "frozen", which aired after Super bowl XLII. It attracted slightly more than 29 million viewers. House ranked third for the week, which is equal to a rating of American idol and is second only to the super bowl itself and the post show. Below is a table of the seasonal ratings in the television market of the United States, based on average total viewers per episode with the network television season in the US begins in September and ends in late may, which coincides with the completion of the sweeps in may.

                                     

5. Distribution. (Распределение)

In 2008, house was distributed in a total of 66 countries. With an audience of over 81.8 million worldwide, it was the most popular TV show on the globe and surpassed the readership of the leading television series of the previous two years, CSI and CSI: Miami. The following year he ranked second in the world after CSI.

House episodes, which premiered on Fox in the United States and global in Canada, which have identical schedules. The show was the third most popular on canadian television in 2008. In the same year, house was the top-rated television programs in Germany, the number 2 show in Italy, and number 3 in the Czech Republic. In the series is also very popular in France, Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands. In the United Kingdom, the first four seasons were shown on five. Sky1 acquired first run rights beginning with the fifth season. The original, English version of the show aired in Australia on network ten, in New Zealand on TV3 and in Ireland on 3E, TV3s cable channel.

The episodes of the series are also available online for downloading: video on demand, iTunes store and the Zune marketplace offer episodes from all of seasons 1 through 8. In 2007, NBCUniversal distributor shows and Apple. the owner of iTunes had a disagreement that temporarily kept the fourth season on iTunes. In a press statement, Apple claimed that NBCUniversal wanted to drive up for the episode price of $4.99. In September 2008 it was reported that the issue between Apple and NBC had been resolved. Some episodes are available in streaming video on Foxs official house page and all 8 seasons were available on Netflix until April 2017.

Seasons of the show and the box sets were released on DVD encoded for regions 1, 2 and 4. Special features such as anamorphic widescreen original letterboxed release, depending on the region.



                                     

6. Product. (Продукт)

For a charity auction, t-shirts with the phrase "everybody lies" were sold for a limited time starting on April 23, 2007, Housecharitytees.com. The proceeds from the sale of those shirts and others with the phrase "normals overrated" went to the national Alliance on mental illness us. House cast and crew members also regularly attended fundraisers for us and placed in ads for the organization, which appeared in seventeen and rolling stone. Shows efforts have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to charity. Jacobs said that through their relationship with us, they were hoping to take "some of the stigma from this disease."

Nettwerk released the house M. D. original television soundtrack album on September 18, 2007. The soundtrack includes the full version of the song in house and previously unreleased songs, recorded specifically for this series. In 2008, the Spanish game company Exelweiss has developed a mobile phone game for the show, which was released in Spanish and English.

In June 2009, Legacy Interactive announced a licensing agreement with Universal pictures digital platforms group UPDPG on the development of video games based on the series, in which players will have the role of houses diagnostic team to deal with five unusual medical cases. The game, released in may 2010, included a minigame calling upon the player to "navigat a restaurant-placemat-style maze, in which a giant sandwich must avoid hungry physicians on its way to the doctors office at home." He got f from Audi club, however legacy updated the game in August 2010.

                                     
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