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The Night Shift: Season Two Renewal for NBC Series

Night Shift TV show season 2NBC has renewed The Night Shift for a second season of 14 episodes. Earlier today, executive producer Gabe Sachs tweeted, “THE NIGHT SHIFT HAS JUST BEEN PICKED UP FOR SEASON 2!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! I JUST GOT THE CALL!!!!! THANK YOU EVERYONE!!!!!!”

The Night Shift revolves around the quirky but devoted staffmembers of San Antonio Memorial Hospital who work from dusk til dawn. The cast of the medical drama includes Eoin Macken, Jill Flint, Ken Leung, Brendan Fehr, Daniella Alonso, Robert Bailey Jr., Jeananne Goossen. J.R. Lemon, and Freddy Rodriguez.

With America’s Got Talent (NBC’s top-rated summer series) as a lead-in, The Night Shift has been performing pretty well for the peacock network — averaging a 1.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 6.68 million total viewers.

What do you think? Do you like Night Shift? Will you watch a second season or, should it be cancelled instead?

 

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michael Cifelli January 27, 2015 at 5:19 am

I will say to those who love this show, get ready. There is a good chance this show will not make it through this season. I can name five shows that had really good ratings, way better by the millions then this show and they yanked it off the air. And more bad news is, NBC is notorious for taking shows off the air like TNT cable station, and many others. Benjamen Pratt for those who like him had a great series and it was based on a true story. The management thought after 2.5 years of being on, and everyone and their mother loved this show but management felt even with “excellent numbers, and climbing” that they were giving off the wrong idea because it was “BASED” on a real story. It was called the Cleaner. Now this was on TNT not NBC, but then another example with an ALL STAR CAST was called Monday Mornings. You can look this up. It did not make it past 10 episodes, which means they never gave it a chance. The show was unique and was gaining steam. I think it would have been the one medical show after ER that would have made it. The ratings were decent, not great but decent. It was gaining more and more. They yanked it off the air. I could list a ton of shows. My point is, I see the writing on the wall for this show. If you love this show, place it on your facebook or any social media you use, and ask everyone to send a message/email to management stating you love the show and plan to boycott the station if they don’t give it a chance. This has worked in a few cases, and sometimes if they still don’t want it, another station might purchase it. But start fighting for your show now. It only takes an email or a phone call to the station. For me, I don’t watch the show. But I certainly know what it is like to have the rug pulled out from under you. Ten minutes of your time with a call or a email or both, could save your show. Enjoy and I hope it all works out for all of you. :)

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Jacqueline Hartman December 11, 2014 at 6:12 pm

My comment didn’t make any sense I spoke it in to my IPhone instead of typing it. But what I was saying is how could they even think about canceling the Night Shift it was one of the best shows out this year. I loved it. It Rocks!!!

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Jacqueline Hartman December 11, 2014 at 8:21 am

I can’t believe that you are with even think about canceling the night shift. They not shaved is awesome totally awesome!!

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antonia December 9, 2014 at 4:52 pm

Anybody have any idea when its supposed to start?

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Anonymous January 27, 2015 at 1:22 am

Feb 23rd 2015

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michael Cifelli January 27, 2015 at 5:08 am

The Night Shift starts February 23rd on NBC. For those who have been asking. Here is a link to a site that tells all about. Please don’t worry, the site is safe and you can read about the show. Hope this helps. Enjoy everyone. :)

http://www.nbc.com/the-night-shift?cid=SEM|nghtshft|fllprmr2014|ggl|na|na&hcoref=SEM&WT.srch=ggl&sky=the%20night%20shift%20season%202&k_clickid=4e410f42-c764-63e8-9a4a-00007357dc4b

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