So I’m a little behind on this one but apparently Night Shift got cancelled. Was it a poor man’s Grey’s Anatomy? Yes. Was I over how much military stuff there was and WAY over all of T.C.’s time in Syria? Double yes. Will I still miss it? Yes.
One of the reasons this show may have lost viewers was because it could never really find its way. In five seasons, way too many characters came and went, it was hard to decide who was important. Remember Krista and Ragosa and Landry who all seemed so important at the time but were out by the end of season 2? If you are like me you barely remember they existed (I had to look up their names). I’m a big believer that you gotta love the characters to make the show work. Good, annoying, evil, whatever they are, they gotta be good characters. Who can really get into a show with a revolving door of characters?
Though thankfully, for me and the show, Drew was never a character that got the boot. If you have read my blog before you might know of my deep love of Drew and Rick. They have made it to the Final Four in the Couples Bracket the last two years and even with the show’s cancellation I see them going far in 2018. They are definitely going to be the thing I miss the most. Let’s just all take a moment to watch this again (or if you are me for the 50th time). I feel a little ripped off, really. After they got married, they got pretty boring. I really would have liked more Rick. They could have done more with them as a couple.
Now on to what most people will miss the most: T.C. and Jordan. No conclusion on these two? Just nothing? Cruel. T.C. was planning on staying in San Antonio and helping with the military medical training program, so I guess in our minds we can just pretend they lived happily ever after.