The third season of “The Night Shift” has been airing in pretty rapid-fire fashion through most of the summer, but for next week, it appears that the show is taking a little break. What’s the reasoning for that? It’s certainly a good question, and the answer is rather simple: Politics. Thanks to the Republican National Convention, we’re taking a little bit of time off.
When the show does return on July 27, it’ll be doing so with an episode entitled “Unexpected.” Based on what we’re finding out right now, it definitely appears as though we’re not taking a whole lot of time before seeing things devolve into chaos once more. Take a look at the synopsis below for a little more insight into what’s coming up:
“MEMORIAL – NURSES ARE ON STRIKE WHEN THE HOSPITAL NEEDS THEM MOST – When a bomb explodes outside the hospital, TC (Eoin Macken), Topher (Ken Leung) and Drew (Brendan Fehr) are forced to make the tough decision to stay and treat the injured or evacuate and begin transfers to nearby hospitals. Everything changes when TC suddenly realizes he may know the person responsible for the explosion. While the team works feverishly to tend to the wounded, the nurses go on strike just when the hospital needs them the most. Meanwhile, throughout the intense night shift, Shannon (Tanaya Beatty) and Paul (Robert Bailey, Jr.) attempt to confront each other about something personal.”
We are starting to get near the end of this season, and as that happens, rest assured that there will be more danger. Yet, at the same time, there’s also going to be a few character and relationship revelations that will be fun to explore.
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