The Night Shift - Netflix

Welcome to The Night Shift, where the toughest and craziest cases always seem to come through the door. Every shift is a fight between the heroic efforts of saving lives and the hard truths of running an underfunded hospital.

At San Antonio Memorial, the men and women who work the night shift are an irreverent and special breed, particularly adrenaline junkie TC Callahan. After three grueling tours of duty in Afghanistan, TC is about to learn that his toughest battles will be fought right here at home.

The Night Shift - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-05-27

The Night Shift - The Night Shift (TV series) - Netflix

The Night Shift is an American medical drama series that ran from May 27, 2014 to August 31, 2017 for four seasons and 45 episodes, on NBC. The series was created by Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah, and follows the lives of the staff who work the late night shift in the emergency room at San Antonio Memorial Hospital. On November 17, 2016, NBC renewed the series for a fourth season, which premiered on June 22, 2017. On October 13, 2017, NBC canceled the series after four seasons.

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Eoin Macken as Dr. Thomas Charles “TC” Callahan: A former army medic and Ranger from Baltimore who witnessed his brother Thad's death in Afghanistan, and immediately had to decide to donate his heart to a fellow soldier. After being discharged, he returned with PTSD and his relationship with Jordan ended. In the first season, his recklessness and sports betting put him in trouble, especially with Ragosa, and was secretly dating Landry. In the second season, he rekindles his relationship with Jordan, but they break up again after she miscarries. In the third season, he dates Jessica Sanders until he learns of her involvement in the sale of the hospital. Afterwards, he leaves on a humanitarian mission with Syd to Syria, which gets complicated quickly. Jill Flint as Dr. Jordan Alexander: TC's ex-girlfriend. In the first season, she becomes Head of the ER night shift and dates Scott Clemmens, but she still has feelings for TC. In season two, she renounces the position and rekindles her relationship with TC, but they break up after she miscarries in the second season finale. In season four, she becomes Head of the ER night shift again. Ken Leung as Dr. Christopher “Topher” Zia: (season 1–3) A former army medic and Ranger and TC's longtime friend, to the point his oldest daughter calls him “Uncle TC”. Married with a daughter, his wife gave birth to twin daughters during a storm. In season 2, he becomes head of the ER night shift. In the season 3 finale, he is fired by the new E.R. owner, Dr. Julian Cummings, for being too willing to give high-priced treatments to people who can't pay. In the second episode of the fourth season it is revealed that Topher, along with his oldest daughter, were killed in a car accident (offscreen) after being hit by a drunk driver. Brendan Fehr as Dr. Andrew “Drew” Alister: An army medic still active in the reserves and chief resident. He was a nurse until the army paid for his medical education. He tried to hide his homosexuality until he outed himself when boyfriend Rick, also in the army, had an accident, and Scott was forced to amputate half of his leg. Krista convinced him to be brave for Rick. After a fight and temporary breakup, Drew and Rick got married in the second season. He returns to active service early in the third season, but his actions to save a young 15 year-old child bride results in an unwanted early end of deployment. He and Rick later adopt an orphan girl, Brianna. Robert Bailey Jr. as Dr. Paul Cummings: a first year surgical resident and Columbia graduate who works hard to emerge from the shadow of his famous father. He is often the butt of the practical jokes by the ER staff. Jeananne Goossen as Dr. Krista Bell-Hart: (seasons 1–2) A first year surgical resident. She had a crush on Drew until she learns he's gay, but became good friends afterwards. She later dated Kenny and Joey Chavez. JR Lemon as Nurse Kenny Fournette: An ex-college football star who became a nurse after an injury ended his sports career. He has dated multiple staff members and colleagues, including Krista, Gwen, Nurse Diaz and Dr. Bella Cummings (Paul's sister), the latter of he marries. Freddy Rodriguez as Dr. Michael Ragosa: (seasons 1–2) In the first season, he was the newly appointed hospital administrator. Recently separated from his wife, who took their children with her and whom he later divorced, he also suffered from a relapsed tumor that was affecting his vision. In the second season, after his brain cancer surgery, he quit his position to finish his medical studies and became a resident at the hospital. In the third season, it's revealed that he is now a resident in Dallas after his ex-wife moved their children there. Daniella Alonso as Dr. Landry de la Cruz: (season 1) A hospital psychiatrist who dated TC until she realized he still had feelings for Jordan. Scott Wolf as Dr. Scott Clemmens: (recurring seasons 1–2, main seasons 3–4) A trauma surgeon and a recovering alcoholic, he becomes Head of Trauma Surgery in the first season. He dated Jordan in the first season then TC's sister-in-law Annie in the third season. Tanaya Beatty as Dr. Shannon Rivera: (seasons 3–4) A Native-American doctor whom Jordan recruits to work the Night Shift. She grew up in Foster care. Her initial adversarial relationship with Paul flourishes into a romance.

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