The Night Shift

The Night Shift TV show on NBCNetwork: NBC
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: May 27, 2014 — TBD
Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Eoin Macken, Jill Flint, Ken Leung, Brendan Fehr, Daniella Alonso, Robert Bailey Jr., Jeananne Goossen. J.R. Lemon, and Freddy Rodriguez.

TV show description:      
This medical drama takes place at the underfunded San Antonio Memorial Hospital and follows the men and women who work the night shift — where the toughest and craziest cases always seem to come through the door. The staffmembers are an irreverent and special breed.

Adrenaline junkie TC Callahan (Eoin Macken) served three grueling tours of duty in Afghanistan. An Army doctor who uses unorthodox methods to save lives, Callahan’s brash style does not always sit well with the bosses. He is however a brilliant surgeon and a fearless advocate for his patients.

His best friend is Topher (Ken Leung), a quick-witted free spirit who knows how to manipulate the system in his favor. He will do whatever it takes to save a patient’s life.

TC’s protégé is Drew (Brendan Fehr), a former Army medic turned doctor who knows how to let off steam with a casual prank. When lives are at stake however, he’s all business. He’s proud to be part of the often-ridiculed night shift and engages in mixed martial arts as a way to reduce stress that comes with the job.

The new night shift boss is TC’s ex-girlfriend, Doctor Jordan Alexander (Jill Flint). A brilliant physician, she’s recently been promoted with a mandate to bring order to the emergency room. She struggles to keep everyone in check, but TC doesn’t make it easy.

Paul Cummings (Robert Bailey Jr.) is fresh out of medical school and still adjusting to the rigors of an emergency room as a surgical resident. Krista (Jeananne Goossen) is also a new intern. She’s smart and beautiful and as comfortable with her sensuality as she is with a scalpel.

Kenny (JR Lemon) is a seasoned nurse who keeps the doctors focused on the tasks at hand. He works hard to ensure that patients get the care they need, even if it means he has to break a few rules.

Landry de la Cruz (Daniella Alonso) is a fun-loving Texan and the lone psychiatrist on the night shift. She finds she has to tend to her colleagues as much as she cares for the patients on the ward.

Making their lives even tougher is the fact that the night shift is now under new senior management. Michael Ragosa (Freddy Rodriguez) is an unflinching bureaucrat determined to cut costs but he’s also hiding a health secret that has kept him from becoming a doctor. He often releases his frustrations on his staff, refusing to let anyone see him as weak and ineffectual.

Series Finale:     
Episode #TBD
This TV series has not ended yet.
First aired: TBD

  

What do you think? Do you like The Night Shift TV series? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for another season?

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  1. Janis Freedman says

    Excellent series….action packed and realistic portrayal of trauma centers…Keep it
    going….

  2. Jack says

    The Night Shift has the potential to become the new ER. All the characters are people I’ve grown to love and care about. So please NBC, renew it for this coming fall season.

  3. says

    This show is a edge of your seat drama,with enough comedy to take the stress away. I have quite a few friend that love it also. I pray they keep on for many years. I love the different characters

  4. Dee Smith says

    Kelly Reilly (the Black Box) & Eoin Macken (Night Shift), are the worst actors on TV this season. Both over act so much, they’re ridiculous, actually painful to watch… Will be shocked if the shows aren’t canceled…

  5. Paige freeman says

    This is a GREAT SHOW AND I WISH WE WERE GETTING 8 more shows of this season and hope it stays on for years!

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