'The Night Shift' Season 2: Premiere Plot Revealed, Can TC Prove He's Ready To Come Back To Work? [VIDEO]

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It's repercussion time for the staff of The Night Shift.

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The NBC series will return for a second season on Feb. 23, but Jordan (Jill Flint) and TC (Eoin Macken) will be conspicuously missing from the ER during "Recovery."

"After a harrowing hostage incident left the night shift team badly shaken, everyone is finally back to business...everyone except TC Callahan, who has been temporarily suspended from the hospital after a PTSD breakdown on the job," NBC announced. "After recovering from his near-fatal gunshot wound, Topher Zia (Ken Leung) has temporarily taken over as chief of the night shift while Jordan Alexander fields scrutiny over her medical mishandling of the man who shot him."

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If you think that means less screen time for the love forlorn doctors, think again. TC seems to have an internal homing device when it comes to devastating accidents, and the doctor and Jordan will both find themselves helping head surgeon Scott Clemens (Scott Wolf) as he struggles to extricate a body from beneath an elevator.

Will TC's prowess in the field prove that he is ready to come back to work? Find out when The Night Shift airs Feb. 23 at 10 p.m. ET on NBC.

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