Say hello to the USA Network’s new original half-hour comedy, Sirens.
As evident in the trailer below, which you’re seeing first on EW.com, the show revolves around a group of good-looking EMTs who, when they’re not saving lives, engage in locker-room-style hijinks.
Sirens is the first show out of the gate from a slate of a few comedies being worked on by the USA Network, who at the May Upfronts made no secret of their ambitions to re-enter the half-hour comedy game.
Michael Mosley, best known for his work in Longmire, plays the main character, Johnny, a sports-loving Chicago EMT who works with his gay best friend Hank (Kevin Daniels). The Vow’s Jessica McNamee plays Johnny’s ex Theresa, a cop with the Chicago PD who is still in love with her ex (but not in love with his commitment issues).
Former Rescue Me star Denis Leary and Bob Fisher (Wedding Crashers) executive produce the show, which premieres in March.