Nurses (2021) Season 1 Episode 5 Release Date and Watch Online

Nurses Season 1 Episode 5 is expected to release soon this month. Fans are eagerly waiting for its upcoming episodes.

Nurses is a Canadian drama television series that premiered on Global, which looks at the everyday working of nurses in major city hospitals. From the turnstile of medical dramas that come through the doors of St.Vincent’s Hospital on a Saturday night, to the race against the clock of an organ delivery for a heart transplant, or an emergency cesarean operation inside North Sydney’s Mater Hospital. Nurses were created by much of the same team behind the series Rookie Blue, including Ilana Frank, Adam Pettle, Vanessa Piazza, and Tassie Cameron.

More About Nurses Season 1 Episode 5

In this show, Sydney’s bustling nightlife wreaks chaos in the Emergency Department and a young woman undergoes a complicated heart surgery and an ICU patient threatens violence against the medical staff. “Nurses” follows five young nurses working on the frontlines of a busy downtown hospital, dedicating their lives to helping others, while struggling to help themselves.

The series “Nurses” cast includes Tiera Skovbye as Grace Knight, Natasha Calis as Ashley Collins, Jordan Johnson-Hinds as Keon Colby,  Sandy Sidhu as Nazneen Khan, and Donald MacLean Jr. as Wolf Burke.

Nurses Season 1 Episode 5 Release Date

The countdown starts as it is releasing soon this month, and only a few days are left. It is basically based on, working of nurses in major city hospitals. This series received huge popularity within the premiere of just a few episodes. Fans are really very excited about the upcoming episodes. So it is all set to make its debut this month.

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Nurses Season 1 Episode 5

Where to Watch

The series is produced by Corus Entertainment, which partnered with ICF Films and eOne in association with Piazza Entertainment. It was premiered on Global. Fans can also watch its latest episodes online on NBC.

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