Episodes: 20 (hour), but only 10 aired on NBC
Seasons: Two, but only one aired on NBC
TV show dates: December 7, 2020 — February 23, 2021
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Tiera Skovbye, Natasha Calis, Jordan Johnson-Hinds, Sandy Sidhu, and Donald MacLean Jr.
TV show description:
Set in Toronto, the Nurses medical drama series follows five young nurses who are working on the frontlines of a busy downtown hospital. They’re dedicating their lives to helping others while struggling to help themselves.
Grace Knight (Skovbye) is a young nurse looking for a fresh start — until someone from her past turns up who could jeopardize her career.
Ashley Collins (Calis) is a wild and unapologetic adrenaline junkie who lives for the fast pace of the hospital. There’s also a huge heart hidden behind her tough exterior.
Keon Colby (Johnson-Hinds) is a former college football star who’s trying to prove there’s more to him than what people saw on the field.
Nazneen Khan (Sidhu) is the whip-smart daughter of a wealthy family in India. She moved to Canada to reinvent herself and is now starting her first job.
Wolf Burke (MacLean Jr.) is kind-hearted and playful but he also has a secret that may find him in over his head.
Episode #20 — Struck
With both patients and the whole Healthcare system on the brink of tragic events, the St Mary’s nursing team must put their own struggles aside to help those with everything on the line.
First aired: (Did not air on NBC).
What do you think? Do you like the Nurses TV show? Do you think it should have been cancelled or renewed for a third season?