'Third Watch' Season 2 debuts on Star World 29 December

MUMBAI: Star World will flag off season two of Third Watch on 29 December at 10 pm on Star World.

NBCs Peabody Award-winning drama, which begins its fourth season on US television, is an intense drama about the brave and dedicated people who serve as police, paramedics and firefighters on the 'third watch' -- the shift from 3-11 pm.

The show that premiered on 30 September 1999, is a part of NBCs Monday-night line-up starring Michael Beach, Coby Bell, Amy Carlson, Eddie Cibrian, Molly Price, Kim Raver, Anthony Ruivivar, Skipp Sudduth, Jason Wiles, Tia Texada, Bonnie Dennison, Nia Long and Chris Bauer, says a company release.

The drama series is produced by John Wells Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.

The series is based on lives of Kim Zambrano (Kim Raver) and Bobby Caffey (Bobby Cannavale), paramedic team 55-2 devoted to the people they help and their counterparts from firefighting department- the battle-weary Monte "Doc" Parker (Michael Beach) and Carlos Nieto (Anthony Ruivivar). They deal with the daily tragedies of the job to going beyond the call of duty to help people in the community.

Just across the street, working arm in arm with the paramedics and the firefighters, are the police of the 55th precinct. Maurice "Bosco" Boscorelli's (Jason Wiles) glory-hungry "supercop" mentality, his long-suffering partner Faith Yokas (Molly Price), streetwise veteran cop John "Sully" Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth), and Ty Davis Jr. (Coby Bell), the son of Sully's former partner killed in the line of duty, form the crime fighting angel of the third watch.

The cops and emergency personnel in this tight-knit group know each other well as they work side by side in harsh, urban conditions. The show about these unsung heroes stife to keep the streets safe continues to regale the Star World audience.

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