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From the creative minds who brought you the Emmy® Award-winning daytime drama General Hospital comes the highly anticipated SOAPnet primetime spin-off General Hospital: Night Shift. If you can t get enough of the excitement, schemes and romance of Port Charles during the day, you ll get an even more steamy and intimate look on the night shift. When the sun goes down in Port Charles, matters of life and death grip the hospital. And when the sun rises the next day, nothing is ever the same as the day before not for the patients or the doctors. Featuring an all star cast, including celebrated actor Billy Dee Williams as well as Steve Burton, Kimberly McCullough and Jason Thompson, Night Shift goes to places General Hospital s never gone before. Follow the trials and tribulations of the hospital staff as they cope with drug addiction, parenthood, promiscuity and a host of other personal complications. Their conflicts are heightened by a series of unfortunate accidents at the hospital that put everyone s lives at risk. Own every episode of Season One, including a behind-the-scenes peek at your favorite daytime stars, on this 3-disc DVD set. Paging all doctors: working the Night Shift at General Hospital is not for the faint of heart.
Spawned from the Emmy Award-winning day-time drama General Hospital, General Hospital: Night Shift ran for one season in 2007 on the cable network SOAPnet. Taking some of the young, sexy favorites from the original soap opera and adding in a few new characters, the nighttime soap focuses on Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough)--an HIV-positive physician who is impeccable at her job but troubled when it comes to love. Like many popular nighttime dramas (Melrose Place, Dynasty), Night Shift is big on deception, addictions, promiscuous behavior, and cleavage. Port Charles--another General Hospital offshoot that aired on ABC's daytime schedule--veered away from the hospital format and added in a subplot involving vampires and the occult. Night Shift sticks close to the General Hospital formula of love, lust, and a few operations thrown in for good measure. It moves at a quicker pace than its namesake, but that also may be one of the show's biggest drawbacks. Soap fans like their plot lines to move along at a languid pace. Since Night Shift aired weekly rather than daily, each episode seems more like a synopsis with too much going on. One minute Robin and her boyfriend are fine. The next, he's left her. Too much time is spent on a student nurse who may also be murdering patients, and too little is devoted to Robin's unhealthy attachment to a sick baby. As for the always debonair Billy Dee Williams, he is completely underused in his role as a sage-like janitor. (You read that right.) McCullough, who won her first Daytime Emmy at the age of 11, has literally grown up on General Hospital. Though the Night Shift plotlines are over the top even by soap standards, she shines in her role, adding levity where needed and doing a fine job of making some silly lines believable. --Jae-Ha Kim
I loved it , this is a great show. I never ever watched GH, I was a Guiding Light fan.Published 4 months ago by Hayes Thomas
We haven't watched much of it but it wasn't quite what I was expecting.Published 4 months ago by J Jones
I loved it, its so funny and I am happy that I bought it makes me want to buy season 2.Published 7 months ago by shampreehilliard
I am a big fan of General Hospital. Nightshift was really good and showed the cast in different storylines from the daytime soap. Read morePublished 14 months ago by karen meyer
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I would die to see the story on Stone and Robin from beginning to end and would pay any price for it! Sony was also in it with Brenda and her good friend I think this is the correct name "Rene Sofer" and her husband Ned Quartermaine............Please bring this to us!!!!! I had video... Read More
Dec 13, 2012 by Amy F. Alexander | See all 2 posts
Years later and still no second season available on DVD? What gives?
Mar 13, 2012 by phj | See all 2 posts