With the pandemic year closing soon, the real heroes of 2020 are the first responders and the medical community.
With thousands of lives saved daily, people are tuned in to watch medical dramas on television and streaming channels. These stories inspire audiences to respect the medical community by watching fictional drama on television and computers.
Natasha Calis is part of a cast of the Canadian-based television show Nurses that is now picked up by NBC on television.
The young actress plays Asley Collins, one of the new nurses that take a job in a downtown hospital.
Here’s the synopsis of Nurses:
Grace, Ashley, Keon, Naz, and Wolf are five young nurses starting their new jobs on the front lines at St. Mary’s, a busy downtown hospital. From their very first day, they face high-stakes situations like the fallout from a hate crime, a life-saving lung transplant for a teen, an opera singer with life-threatening throat issues, a monk who wants to go on a spiritual journey before he passes, a colleague’s daughter with alcohol poisoning, an ultra-religious patient willing to put himself at risk and many more. But while they’re working together to save lives, help doctors and care for their patients, they also have to support each other along the way.
Along with Calis, the television series also stars Tiera Skovbye, Jordan Johnson-Hinds, Sandy Sidhu, and Donald MacLean Jr.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta chatted with actress Natasha Calis on her role in the medical drama. We talked about the real set, the episodes, and starting her acting career at a very young age.
Natasha Calis started acting at a very young age, in which she was in the television movie Christmas Caper in 2007. Her biggest break came in the starring role as Em in the horror film The Possession that also starred Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick. She appeared in numerous television series, including The Firm, Ties That Bind, Supernatural, and The Good Doctor.
Nurses airs Tuesdays at 10/9c on NBC and also streams on the Peacock channel.
Watch the exclusive interview with Natasha Calis below. Let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, NBC