Third Watch (NBC 1999-2005, Coby Bell, Amy Carlson)

Drama series telling the stories of the men and women of the emergency services who worked the third watch between the hours of 3pm and 11.00pm in New Yorks 55th Precinct affectionately known as Camelot because it was on the corner of King Street and Arthur Street. The show was at its most relevant following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Series finale “Goodbye to Camelot” aired on Friday 6 May 2005 which saw several former cast members returning.

The men of the firehouse have a Dalmation dog called Mantooth after Randolph Mantooth, the star of NBC’s classic 1970’s series Emergency.

production details
USA / NBC / 132 x 60 minute episodes / 1999-2005

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Creator, producer: John Wells / Theme Music: Keep Hope Alive by The Crystal Method

Coby Bell as Officer Tyrone ‘Ty’ Davis
Nia Long as Officer Sasha Monroe (2003-2005)
Molly Price as Officer/Det. Faith Yokas
Josh Stewart as Officer Brendan Finney (2004-2005)
Skipp Sudduth as Officer John ‘Sully’ Sullivan
Tia Texada as Sgt. Maritza Cruz
Jason Wiles as Officer Maurice ‘Bosco’ Boscorelli
Joe Lisi as Lt. Swersky (2001-2005)
Joe Badalucco as Det. Jelly Grimaldi (2004-2005)
Charles Haid as Capt. Cathel ‘C.T.’ Finney (2004-2005)
Manny Perez as Officer Manny Santiago (2005)

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Michael Beach as Monte ‘Doc’ Parker (1999-2004, appeared in 2005 series finale)
Cara Buono as Grace Foster (2004-2005)
Bobby Cannavale as Roberto ‘Bobby’ Caffey (1999-2001)
Amy Carlson as Alexandra ‘Alex’ Taylor (2000-2003)
Kim Raver as Kimberly ‘Kim’ Zambrano (1999-2004, cameo appearance in 2005 series finale)
Anthony Ruivivar as Carlos Nieto
Yvonne Jung as Holly Levine (2003-2005)

Amy Carlson as Alexandra ‘Alex’ Taylor (2000-2003)
Eddie Cibrian as James ‘Jimmy’ Doherty (1999-2004, cameo appearance in 2005 series finale)
Derek Kelly as D.K. (recurring 1999-2005)
Bill Walsh as Billy Walsh (recurring 1999-2005)
John Michael Bolger as Lt. Johnson (2000-2003)
Jason Shaw as Stu (recurring 2004-2005)

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