The Night Shift (2014–2017)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Romance


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A group of doctors from the Army return to work the night shift at a hospital in San Antonio.


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Creators:

Jeff Judah, Gabe Sachs

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2 July 2014 | jhirvela
10
| The best show since ER! (Actually better)
This new series hit the ground running with adrenaline-charged action/Emergency room trauma from 15 seconds into it at a level equivalent to a blockbuster action movie. (I won't reference the army-field procedure in the forest in the first few minutes but it will knock your socks off!) The Night Shift kept the heart-pounding adrenaline up throughout the entire first season! I am enthralled and in love with this series. Great writing, great dialog/sarcasm/character development/ camera/story. This is a SMART SHOW. Any poor reviewers of this show are clearly under- educated. I feel sorry for those folks who left a negative review and obviously hate everything and the people bother to read their negativity. NBC TAKE NOTE! THIS SHOW IS DEVOURED APPRECIATIVELY!! THANK YOU!!! PLEASE RENEW SEASONS 2, [3, 4, 5, AND 6-10…… ] I haven't been sparked to watch a medical drama (one of my favorite genres since I am a Doctor) since ER. The Night Shift blows Grey's Anatomy out of the water!! Grey's anatomy is a soap opera with a little medicine thrown in for garnish. The Night Shift, thankfully, is centered around original creative trauma scenes with serious medical maiming that the cast has to handle on their own via diagnosis, treatment and surgery, in the same way real overnight ER doctors would in one hospital that serves a lot of military staff. Excellent acting. Brilliant story lines. KEEP IT COMING!!! THANK YOU!!

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