Rescue 911

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CBS (ended 1996)

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Rescue 911 was a reality show hosted by William Shatner. It consisted of re-enactments of real life emergency situations and documentaries of hospitals, police, and firefighters. It ran for seven seasons on CBS from 1989 to 1996.
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  • alicia anderson

    10
    Outstanding
  • I was ON RESCUE 911! need a copy!

    9.0
    We loved this show and watched all the time. One summer my brother was found face down in our pool and my sister did CPR and brought him back. Later, my family was in episode 408 but we don't have a copy. Anyone have a copy? I've been looking for years. It's not on Youtube. It's the last segment/story on this episode and the person who posts them to youtube recorded over our segment. Would greatly appreciate any help!



    PS the tease for our segment is at the end of this segment. We're the last 15seconds. That's my Dad running down the stairs.moreless
  • I think it would be popular today.

    9.5
    Great show. Grew up watching.
  • need to be back on tv

    10
    I love rescue911 you need to put it back on tv
  • The best reality show of the late 1980's and early-mid 1990's I ever watched. Excellent series!

    9.1
    I really enjoy the show. It shows children being a hero sometime on every other episode. I was eight years old and a second grader in grade school when the show started. The show ended when I was fifteen and was about to enter my sophomore year of high school. It is really interesting. They show children how to do CPR, call 911, and use heimlich maneuver. They do special segments like "100 Lives Saved", "200 Lives Saved", "Children Heroes", and "Child Safety Edition". It was on Tuesday nights at 8pm on CBS. William Shatner did a great job as a host. I hope they revive it on The CW network.moreless
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Drama, Reality

Themes

high stake situations, for the aarp crowd, hospital backdrop, illegal activities, gravitas