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General Hospital: Night Shift
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Nicknames GH: Night Shift
Night Shift
Created by Robert Guza, Jr.
Elizabeth Korte
Written by Robert Guza, Jr./Elizabeth Korte (2007)
Sri Rao (2008)
Produced by Jill Farren Phelps (2007)
Lisa de Cazotte (2008)
Starring (see below)
Original channel SOAPnet
Running time 60 minutes
Original run July 12, 2007–October 21, 2008
Spinoffs Night Shift: Claire & Kyle
Related shows All My Children
General Hospital
Port Charles

General Hospital: Night Shift was an American prime time serial that ran from July 12, 2007 to October 4, 2007, and then aired a second season from July 22, 2008 to October 21, 2008. Prior to its premiere, SOAPnet had announced that Night Shift would "delve deeper into the relationships, friendships and medical cases seen at the hospital." It was noted that unlike General Hospital itself, the stories on Night Shift would wrap up during each weekly one-hour episode, as well as being understandable to viewers who do not watch General Hospital. With the goal to attract younger viewers, characters would be plucked from General Hospital's history and be mostly comprised of younger characters with ties to GH's core families. Night Shift's storylines, however, did not directly intersect with those on General Hospital.


Dr. Andy Archer

played by Ron Melendez
Dr. Saira Batra

played by Azita Ghanizada
Jagger Cates

played by Antonio Sabato, Jr.
Jolene Crowell

played by Amanda Baker
Dr. Patrick Drake

played by Jason Thompson
Toussaint Dubois

played by Billy Dee Williams
Nurse Epiphany Johnson

played by Sonya Eddy
Dr. Kyle Julian

played by Adam Grimes
Dr. Leo Julian

played by Ethan Rains
(season 2)
Dominic Rains
(season 1)
Dr. Kelly Lee

played by Minae Noji
Nurse Leyla Mir

played by Nazanin Boniadi
Jason Morgan

played by Steve Burton
Robert Scorpio

played by Tristan Rogers
Dr. Robin Scorpio

Dr. Claire Simpson

played by Carrie Southworth
Damian Spinelli

Nurse Regina Thompson

played by Angel Wainwright
Dr. Lainey Winters

played by Kent King