Dick Wolf Docu-series ‘Nightwatch’ to Premiere On A&E In January 2015

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Dick Wolf’s latest project, “Nightwatch,” will premiere Jan. 22 on A&E.

The hour-long docu-series from executive producers Wolf, Tom Thayer and 44 Blue Productions’ Rasha Drachkovitch will follow emergency teams working the intense and life-threatening overnight shift in New Orleans, Louisiana.

“’Nightwatch’ focuses on first responders, working the graveyard shift, in one of the world’s most notorious night cities — New Orleans,” Wolf tells Variety. “We take the viewer behind the scenes in real time as EMS, police and fire respond to every kind of call possible, many of which are stranger than fiction.”

Adds Drachkovitch, “We were amazed by the incredible cooperation and access from all three of New Orleans’ first responder agencies. They all embraced us and our crew, and gave an unfiltered front seat view of the city’s action, intrigue and drama.”

“Nightwatch” is produced by Wolf Reality (“Chicago Fire,” ”Chicago PD,” “Cold Justice”) and 44 Blue Productions (“Wahlburgers,” “Donnie Loves Jenny”).

 

 

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  1. I just watched the season finale of Nightwatch. I hope it will be coming back for another season. My late husband was a fireman/ambulance driver in a small city near Pittsburgh, PA, but those were the days when they only drove; the men weren’t permitted to perform any life saving measures back then. The men and women on this show are actual hero’s who put their lives on the line every single day in order to save the lives of total strangers. I pray for the safety of the paramedics and police officers as I watch each episode. Please bring it back.
    Chris S.

  2. This is the best and most realistic (I am a nurse) show ever. Keep it on. Reminds me of same problems of Detroit.

  3. Lowanna Tolbert says:

    I really enjoy your show. I would like to know which one of your male cast members are single?

  4. Willia Flippin says:

    this show is great unscripted reminds me a lot of Emergency51 yrs ago

  5. racingphan says:

    You say “Dick Wolf” and I’m there!

  6. meredith63 says:

    Congratulations to Michael Piscitelli and the rest of the crew. This was an amazing adventure.

  7. It look like Dick Wolf got another winner on his hand. I can’t wait to see the first episode when it finally debut.

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