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In this comedy series, a team of Emergency Medical Technicians do their jobs in Chicago, and their daily routines involve lots of encounters with funny, disgusting, and outrageous situations. The series aired for two seasons on the USA Network before being cancelled. Sirens is a Comedy series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (23 episodes). The series first aired on March 6, 2014. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.8.

Sirens is available for streaming on the USA website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sirens on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

2 Seasons, 23 Episodes
March 6, 2014
Cast: Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley, Jessica McNamee, Bill Nunn
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Sirens Full Episode Guide

  • The guys assist a man who fears hospitals. In other events, Brian tackles his fear of moving out; and Johnny discovers a new fear when Billy temporarily moves in with him and Theresa.

  • Johnny wants the team to bring back an old program in an effort for EMTs to be recognized.

  • After Johnny's father slips into a coma, his mother does something unconventional and places bets on when he'll die.

  • Johnny, Theresa, Billy, and Maeve start playing tennis together, Cash goes shopping with Hank for his mom's birthday, and Brian subs for Cash and rides along with Voodoo and Stats.

  • A drunken fight erupts between sports fans at a family barbecue.

  • After they save a local mobster, Brian encourages the guys to makes some changes in the rig, Hank considers the worst person he's ever helped, and Billy searches for his old pony.

  • An unusual passenger is involved in a car wreck at a firehouse. Theresa and Maeve are accompanied by Billy.

  • Johnny addresses his prejudice against "rich white men" when Hank becomes involved with his landlord.

  • Johnny and Hank are forced to accompany Brian on his first night shift.

  • The guys treat an overly-ambitious gym rat; Johnny and Hank are given free access to a health club; Voodoo tests Brian's limits.

  • The guys consider fate and serendipity after a series of random events.

  • When the guys save a landlord with a nut allergy, Johnny finds the perfect apartment for him and Theresa, and their relationship becomes more serious.

  • In the second season premiere, boundaries are crossed when Johnny encounters an overly grateful patient and Brian agrees to escort an injured young woman to her prom.

  • Theresa plans to move to Washington to work for the FBI but Johnny doesn't want her to go so he thinks if he proposes to her, she'll change her mind.

  • While teaching a class to prospective EMTs, the crew recalls a day that started out routine and became catastrophic. Johnny tries to get to the bottom of a donut situation.

  • After everyone finds out Hank is deathly afraid of spiders and Brian comes face-to-face with his suicidal doppleganger, everyone reflects on their own fears, and Johnny pays the consequences for all the practical jokes he's played.

  • Johnny supports Hank when he gets an invitation to his ex's wedding. Meanwhile, Theresa clashes with a wedding guest and Brian learns a new job skill.

  • Johnny introduces Theresa to his father and is shocked when he divulges a secret. Elsewhere, Brian struggles to find the right moves to put on his work crush.

  • After a drunken hook up, Johnny and Theresa decide they can continue having sex with no attachments, as long as rules are established and obeyed. Meanwhile, the guys treat injuries resulting from a drunken backyard game of illegal Jarts, one of which allows Brian to start checking items off his EMT "bucket list."

  • A dying man's last words inspire Johnny. Elsewhere, Brian takes Hank on a quest to carry out the dead man's final message to a long lost love.

  • A patient pleads with the guys to go back to his house and "clear history" on his computer. After stumbling across a troubling image on the computer, the guys can't get it out of their heads.

  • A lightning strike at a church picnic sparks a serious discussion. Following a conversation on karma, the guys are in a bind when they receive Killer Bears tickets the same day they've volunteered to teach CPR to underprivileged kids.

  • Brian experiences his first day on the rig. For the first time since taking a break, Johnny sees Theresa. Hank and the guys talk about their emergency contacts.