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In the historic city of New Orleans, police officers, firefighters and EMTs working the overnight shift answer as many as a thousand emergency calls a night. Nightwatch follows multiple sets of partners in the New Orleans Emergency Medical Services unit who cover the intense and unpredictable period from 8 PM to 4 AM as they battle time and circumstance to save lives. The skills, dedication and determination that these critical and dangerous jobs require are on full display nightly while each new traumatic call comes in. As the city's heroes, one thing remains clear - the job of an emergency responder in NOLA is not only about saving lives, it's being there as a support system for the community of people in this diverse and inspiring city.

Show Info

Network: United States A&E (2015 - now)
Schedule: Thursdays at 22:00 (60 min)
Status: To Be Determined
Show Type: Reality
Genres: Medical
Episodes ordered: 9 episodes
Created by: Dick Wolf

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7.8 (13 votes)

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Previous Episode

Why We Serve

Episode 6x09; May 5, 2022

During National EMS Week, the New Orleans emergency response technicians face challenges including a car accident victim trapped beneath a vehicle, another pedestrian hit by a car, and a man with a prior cardiac history experiencing worrying chest pa

Previous Episodes

Episode NameAirdateTrailer
6x09: Why We ServeMay 5, 2022
6x08: Saturday Night Fever DreamApr 28, 2022
6x07: LifelineApr 21, 2022
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Recent discussions

EPzL6ah9A6hSvAX6884HJ posted 2 years ago

I am so glad they returned the program to the city where it began.

In my opinion, it is only in New Orleans that you find the "true characters" like Keeley, Titus, Dan, and Holly. that made the show what it was when it began. It is also my opinion that the show began to go downhill when it left New Orleans.

I think the show is lacking a bit of atmosphere without the addition of NOPD officers in action but at least it's back where it belongs.

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