Pilot (House)

Pilot (House)

s Matthew Gilbert appreciated that the episode did not sugarcoat the flaws of the characters to assuage viewers' fears about "HMO factories". [cite news|author=Gilbert, Matt|date=2004-11-16|title=Strong Prognosis for medical show|work=The Boston Globe|page=D1] Alessandra Stanley of "The New York Times" said that though the characters might be a turn-off to some viewers, the gore and "derivative gall" of the show were positives to fans of procedural dramas; "TV Guide"'s Matt Roush stated "House" was an "uncommon cure for the common medical drama". [cite news|url=http://www.tvguide.com/News-Views/Columnists/Roush-Review/default.aspx?posting={48169C3F-17CF-460A-B9AB-63AA27BD0A90}|title=Roush Review, Doctor Feelbad Don't ask this grouch to make house calls|author=Roush, Matt|date=2004-11-08|publisher="TV Guide"|accessdate=2008-10-07] Critics considered the series to be a bright spot among FOX's otherwise reality show-based broadcast schedule.cite news|author=Stanley, Alessandra|date=2004-11-16|title=With Terminal Witticism, Even Cancer Can Be Fun |work=The New York Times|page=E5] cite news|author=Bianculli, David|date=2004-11-16|title='House' gets fine treatment|work=Daily News|page=107]

The episode's format was positively and negatively compared to a rival television series, "Medical Investigation". "USA Today" favorably stated "House" as more character-driven than "Investigation"'s "plot-driven procedural",cite news |author=Bianco, Robert|date=2004-11-14| url = http://www.usatoday.com/life/television/reviews/2004-11-15-house_x.htm| title = There's a doctor worth watching in 'House'| work=USA Today | accessdate = 2006-12-30|page=D1] while "Variety"'s Brian Lowry stated that the two were too similar and "House" was mismatched among FOX's other programs.cite news|author=Lowry, Brian|date=2004-11-21|title=Fox prescribes edgy Rx for a dramatic improvement |work=Variety|page=57] Other complaints included perceived stereotypes of young, attractive doctors.cite news|url=http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2004/11/29/041129crte_television|author=Franklin, Nancy|date=2004-11-29|title=Playing Doctor|work=The New Yorker|page=168] Sherwin Nuland of "Slate" gave the first episodes of the series a highly negative review, stating that "Of all the medical errata in this series (and there are some whoppers), the greatest is surely the conceit that a physician so remote, so neglectful of duty, so sadistic, so downright cruel as Gregory House would be tolerated in any hospital."cite news|url=http://www.slate.com/id/2110251/|author=Nuland, Sherwin|date=2004-11-30|title=Is There a Doctor in the House? |work=Slate Magazine]

The premiere attracted approximately seven million viewers, making it the 62nd most-watched show for the week of November 15–21, 2004. [cite web|publisher=American Broadcasting Corporation |title=Viewer numbers for the week of November 15–21, 2004 |url=http://www.abcmedianet.com/web/dnr/dispDNR.aspx?id=112304_07|accessdate=2007-01-01] Christopher Hoag, who composed the music for "Pilot" and the first season of "House", was nominated for a 2005 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore). Jon Ehrlich and Jason Derlatka (show composer of ABC's "Invasion") scored all subsequent episodes. [cite web|url=http://www.emmys.org/awards/2005pt/awards/music.php |title=57th annual Emmy awards |publisher=Academy of Television Arts & Sciences|date=2005-09-18 |accessdate=2008-08-27]

References

External links

* [http://www.housemd-guide.com/season1/101pilot.php "Pilot"] at the House, MD Guide
*imdb title|0606035|House M.D. Pilot


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