Nightwatch Season 1

Premiere Date, Episode Guide

Nightwatch season 1 started airing on Thursday, January 22, 2015. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to watchtvonline.io where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S1E1 Retaliation

S1E2 Those We Rely On

S1E3 Officer Down

S1E4 The Darkest Shift on the Scariest Night

S1E5 Their Worst Day

S1E6 Full Moon Rising

S1E7 100%, Every Time

S1E8 Caught You, By Surprise

most recent episode S1E9 When Work Becomes Family

How many episodes are in season 1 of Nightwatch?

The season consists of 9 episodes.

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Critics Reviews

    Holly actually seems less shook up than Gavin by the prospect that the man may die. “Had it not been for us,” she tells her partner, “that kid would have been dead on the street, not in a hospital.” A&E’s new documentary series “Nightwatch,” which covers police officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians working the late shift, looks and sounds like the many documentary series and documentary-style dramas that have covered the same territory. But it is done unusually well. - by Media Life [Tom Conroy]

    Constant menace and mayhem: gunshots, stabbings, people screaming in agony, people in pools of blood with gory wounds, mothers crying over their dead children, dead bodies. A cat is injured in a fire but survives.  Parents need to know that Nightwatch is a tense reality show following emergency responders (police, fire, EMS) who work the night shift in New Orleans. From Dick Wolf, creator of the Law & Order franchise, it covers some of the same crime-based themes as his scripted shows. Violence and mayhem are ever-present as these emergency pros are called to tend to people who have been shot, stabbed, or otherwise injured. The camera doesn't shy away from realistic medical imagery; it lingers on gory wounds, puddles of blood, and more. We see dead bodies and parents crying piteously after their children are killed. There's some cursing from patients and responders, and drugs and alcohol play a part in many emergencies. Teens who are used to seeing this kind of thing on scripted shows may find it jarring and more upsetting to see the real-life version of a medical/crime drama. - by Common Sense Media [Joyce Slaton]

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