[05/05/05 - 12:00 AM] NBC's "Third Watch" Clocks Out in Blaze of Glory in a Thrilling Series Finale on May 6
[via press release from NBC]
NBC'S "THIRD WATCH" CLOCKS OUT IN BLAZE OF GLORY IN A THRILLING SERIES FINALE ON MAY 6
Former Cast Members Michael Beach, Eddie Cibrian and Kim Raver Return, with Guest Stars Aidan Quinn and Wyclef Jean
NEW YORK �- May 5, 2005 -� It's the end of an era as NBC's long-running crime drama "Third Watch" has its star-studded series finale on Friday, May 6th at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
The series concludes in a blaze of glory when gang members assault the 55th Precinct station and set it afire, trapping Sergeant Cruz (Tia Texada) and Officer Monroe (Nia Long). While Bosco (Jason Wiles) and other police return fire, the future of their beloved "Camelot" house is in dire jeoparady -- as is the life of one dedicated cop. In the confusion, murderous gang leader Marcel (singer Wyclef Jean guest-stars) escapes, Yokas (Molly Price) fears for her visiting daughter's (Bonnie Dennison) safety -- and a nervous Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) prepares to propose to Levine (guest star Yvonne Jung). In the final minutes, fans will also learn what the future holds for their first-responder heroes. Former cast regulars Michael Beach, Eddie Cibrian and Kim Raver join recurring star Aidan Quinn as guest stars. Coby Bell, Cara Buono, Josh Stewart and Skipp Sudduth also star.
"Third Watch" is from John Wells Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. John Wells, Christopher Chulack, and Edward Allen Bernero are executive producers. Bernero and Wells are co-creators.
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