|Created by||John Herzfeld
Patrick Robert O'Connor
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10 (5 unaired)|
|Executive producer(s)||Steve Pearlman
Kevin Kelly Brown
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Bender Brown Productions
Warner Bros. Television
|Original release||September 24 – October 29, 2004|
Dr. Vegas is an American television drama starring Rob Lowe and Joe Pantoliano that ran on CBS in 2004. It aired in Ireland on TG4, and on Challenge in the UK as part of its "Player" gambling strand. In Slovakia, Markíza began airing the show on February 20, 2008.
Broadcast of the ten-episode included a promotion prior to the end credits showing footage.
- Rob Lowe as Dr. Billy Grant
- Sarah Lancaster as Veronica Harold
- Joe Pantoliano as Tommy Canterna
- Amy Adams as Alice Doherty
- Tom Sizemore as Vic Moore
- "Pilot" (September 24, 2004)
- "Advantage Play" (October 1, 2004)
- "Dead Man, Live Bet" (October 8, 2004)
- "All In" (October 15, 2004)
- "Limits" (October 22, 2004)
- "Lust for Life" (October 29, 2004)
- "Out Damned Spot" UNAIRED
- "Heal Thyself" UNAIRED
- "Babe in the Woods" UNAIRED
- "For Love or Money" UNAIRED
Dr. Vegas began a three-week shoot on April 5, 2004, at the Green Valley Ranch hotel and casino in Henderson, Nevada. Other filming locations included a casino penthouse and the Las Vegas Hilton's sign. A second unit film crew shot additional scenes of Las Vegas in August 2004.
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