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    General Hospital: Night Shift Season Two! (UPDATED!)

    Monday, July 21 2008

    Updated on July 21, 2008:

    * Warning: Casting Teaser *

    We are all anxiously awaiting the new season of Night Shift and all its characters are going to bring to the canvas this year. However, has just learned that the show plans to bring a gay character on the scene through the sexy intern Kyle Julian (Adam Grimes)! Though we don't know what storyline is planned for the younger brother of Dr. Leo Julian (Ethan Rains), the character of Kyle will be one to watch this season!

    Previously Updated on July 1, 2008: is happy to bring you the latest casting list for the second season of
    General Hospital Night Shift! Actors set to appear on the primetime soap will include Antonio Sabato Jr. (Jagger Cates), Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio), Kimberly McCullough (Dr. Robin Scorpio), Jason Thompson (Dr. Patrick Drake), Sonya Eddy (Epiphany Johnson), Adam Grimes (Dr. Kyle Julian), Carrie Southworth (Dr. Claire Simpson - ex-Gwen, GH), Billy Dee Williams (Touissant Dubois), Ethan Rains (Dr. Leo Julian) and Azita Ghanizada (Dr. Saira Batra - ex-Zach, Y&R).

    Stay tuned to as we'll bring you the latest Night Shift developments! We look forward to the new season ahead!

    Previously Reported on May 27, 2008:

    We’ve received many emails from anxious fans wondering when season two of the SoapNet hit and General Hospital spin-off Night Shift will return to air. Starting in July 2008, the series will air every Tuesday night at 11:00 PM!

    Disney ABC Television Group Daytime President Brian Frons announced today that the popular soap opera channel just ordered the second season of its highest rated show. All thirteen episodes will be taped in high definition with production starting in June 2008.

    What can you expect season two to deliver? Of course you’ll see your favorites from the first season but you can bet some new faces will light up the screen as well – including some veterans from days gone by! Will the storylines of the daytime hit and its primetime spin-off match? Yes! Not only will they coincide, but the show is happy to announce some new additions to the primetime writing crew. Head Writer Sri Rao (What Goes On: MTV Networks and Precipice: off-Broadway play) and Executive Producer Lisa De Cazotte (former Executive Producer of Passions, Producer for AMC, OLTL and Sunset Beach, as well as coordinating producer on Santa Barbara will join the crew as well.

    Although Jill Farren Phelps and Bob Guza Jr. led the team during its successful first season, their schedules will only allow them to focus on their current daytime jobs at GH. However, we have all the faith in the world that the show will continue with last season’s rankings as SoapNet’s most watched series of all time! can’t wait for Season two of General Hospital: Night Shift to air! For those who want to rehash Season One you can do so in our July 2007 Latest News section!

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    Posted by Treester at Tuesday, May 27 2008 11:31 AM

    So that means no Days on Soapnet 2 nites a week, instead of Thursdays. I'm not sure I like this. Days at 11 is convenient. Oh, about Night Shift, It was ok last time around. I just wish they would have continued more of the storylines. Jason mopping a floor just didn't do it for me.

    Posted by FLUTEGIRL2004 at Tuesday, May 27 2008 02:42 PM

    Glad that the NIGHT SHIFT is back

    Posted by lady red at Tuesday, July 01 2008 02:57 PM

    I'm looking forward to watching GH NightShift! I didn't see the first season...And Billy Dee Williams is a part of the cast, yes I definately will tune in!

    Posted by jcrobinson at Monday, July 21 2008 11:42 AM

    Ohhh, good scoop...

    Posted by whitecap at Saturday, July 26 2008 05:23 AM

    Where can I find a history on the 1960's Dr.Steven Hardy and Nurse Jesse Brewer? I missed the years of their leaving the show. Those were the days that General Hospital was my favorite.

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