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Jan 03, 2018 - Present






Athena - Angela BassettBobby - Peter KrauseMaddie - Jennifer Love HewittEvan - Oliver StarkHowie - Kenneth ChoiHenrietta - Aisha HindsMichael - Rockmond Dunbar

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A drama following the lives and careers of first responders.

Police Officers, firefighters, and paramedics are the people who put their lives on the line to save and protect others.

Based on the high-pressure experiences of real-life first responders, this series takes viewers into pulse-pounding situations that are always intense, often unpredictable, and at times, uplifting.

Follow these heroes as they work to balance saving the lives of those who are vulnerable with the everyday issues in their own lives.

Comments (26)

09/06/20 at 02:20pm

I enjoy this show, the action as well as the character dynamics and the emotional ups and down. So looking forward to the new season..
05/18/20 at 00:58am

Every single episode, runs every emotion. Laughing one minute, freaked out the next. Love this show, it's stories, the characters, their lives. Thanks for really good TV
11/06/19 at 04:23am

Would like to know when season 2 is going to be out on dvd. Like the show,need more rescues,not personal drama.
05/18/19 at 06:01am

The only thing this show is rescuing, is the acting careers of has beens and never will be's . Horrible plots followed by horrible acting make this show a prime candidate for worst series ever . Jump the shark already !!!
04/11/19 at 03:00pm

I find myself emotionally touched by each episode, in one way or another. That's what hooked me. The acting is hit and miss, with those who portray Chim, Hen, Buck, Maddie, Bobby and Maddie being the best. I do NOT like Angela Basset in this role.... she comes off almost like Maleficent! I agree with the comments about agendas. I quit watching 2 of my absolute favorite shows ever, due to political agendas. I watch TV to be entertained, not brainwashed. I also agree that there are too many personal discussions during the crisis scenes...ridiculous! What keeps me watching are the stories that touch my heart and that I feel the show is (so far) written to be accepting of all. Just stop forcing so much political crap down our throats, please!
02/19/19 at 06:57pm

It looks like new episodes are back on March 18.
02/19/19 at 11:13am

Is this show ever coming back on? Whats with these shows hardly ever being on anymore?
10/24/18 at 07:08pm

This show is ok. I like that they are giving fire fighters some love, they need to be honored just like the police officers do. If I could do it differently, I would make the show in the style of Law and Order. Like focus on three different cases and make them more realistic. They could do a wild fire, since the west tends to get them a lot.
09/23/18 at 11:27pm

Find it hard to enjoy when things like a persons foot is lodged in-between the cement in a main intersection and the two responders stop trying to remove her foot and engage in personal conversation while this person is stuck . This is just one of many incidents that take place that make this show so unbelievable. Really how does this get renewed. If I was a supervisor at this scene watching the two responders not showing any effort to remove the person They would be fired on the spot. MKL@ML would rate this show a ZERO. Like the cast members but the show is bad.
Steve S.
09/23/18 at 08:00pm

I gave the first episode 10 minutes and I saw a disaster in progress. Despite my low expectations for rationality, I’m surprised it’s still going.

JP - I wonder if they started the show with a gay romance and that sealed the deal for me? I used to be unaffected by gay affairs in tv and film (unless it’s the main storyline which is always a turnoff for me) but since they’re now part of a seemingly majority of new shows, they nearly always give a contrived agenda feel - because that’s what is is - an agenda which undermines good will. I think agenda-driven tv is destructive, even to the causes being promoted. Gay relationships in tv are wrecked by the excessive patronage of them.

We need a warning rating system to alert us that programs are agenda-driven, and whatever the (real or apparent) agenda is, it should be included in the warning. Of course, radicals will control the warning/rating, so it has zero chance of success - meaning it will happen.

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