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.
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