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Question: With Emmy nominations coming up, I had a few questions about Orange Is the New Black. What effect if any do you think Season 2 airing just around the time of Emmy voting will have on the show? Thankfully, Season 2 seems to have lived up to its predecessor in the eyes of the critics (I thought the season overall might have even been better than the first), and performances by cast members like Uzo Aduba (Suzanne "Crazy Eyes") and Samira Wiley (Poussey) blew me out of the water, but if the season didn't live up to expectations, could it have possibly hurt the show in the nominations process this year as well as next? And do you think the fantastic performances by Aduba and Wiley this season could potentially help them as they try to get nominated for their work on the first season? — Kevin
NBC has renewed medical drama The Night Shift for a second season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The Night Shift's closeted doctor Drew may be forced to come out sooner than he planned.
On Tuesday's episode, a violent storm hits San Antonio, causing disarray for the hospital. But Drew (Brendan Fehr) soon learns that the storm is only just beginning when he gets the incredible news that his boyfriend Rick has survived the war and is returning home from Afghanistan.
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"He's got to deal with the next level of [coming out]," Fehr said recently of this episode at the ATX panel screening, moderated by TVGuide.com. "In the first episode, TC calls him out. This [episode] Krista figures it out, but he's never offered it up; he's always been found out. We try to keep politics out of the mix ... [and] don't ask, don't tell has been repealed, but if you talk to people it's still a real issue.
NBC's The Night Shift could be the start of a new summer franchise for the Peacock network. The show is off to a decent start, giving NBC its best summer drama premiere ratings in five years and holding up well in week two.
The show takes a look at the staff working the late hours at an underfunded San Antonio hospital, and stars Eoin Macken as an Afghanistan war veteran, as ...
The Night Shift's Drew has found a way to take out his frustrations — unfortunately it's at the expense of someone else's face and his boss is not so happy about it.
At the end of the series premiere, TC (Eoin Macken) told Drew (Brendan Fehr) that he knows he's gay. Although Drew says coming out is not an option in the Army, on next Tuesday's episode, another one of his colleagues will also figure out his secret. Will Drew decide it's time to come out? Or will he continue to hit punching bags rather than face the truth?
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