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A new hour-long documentary called NIGHTSHIFT follows five Los Angeles residents in their routines as night shift workers. The filmmakers take viewers on an intimate and atmospheric journey to the world of people who work while the city sleeps to explain why jobs like these are growing. Set to premiere just after Labor Day, the co-production NIGHTSHIFT premieres Tues., Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. PT on KCET in Southern California and Wed., Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Link TV nationwide (DirecTV channel 375 and DISH Network channel 9410). Following the broadcast, each episode will stream at kcet.org/nightshift and on the free KCET app (available on Roku and Apple TV), the PBS Video app (available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, the App Store and Google Play), as well as on YouTube.

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Carlos Franco is the owner/operator of a family-run, wholesale produce shop at the 7th Street Market.
Carlos Franco is the owner/operator of a family-run, wholesale produce shop at the 7th Street Market.

 

Harriet Hayes is a bread baker with Bub and Grandma’s, a wholesale artisanal bread bakery in Silver Lake.
Harriet Hayes is a bread baker with Bub and Grandma’s, a wholesale artisanal bread bakery in Silver Lake.
Katheryn Cabanillas, a newly-divorced mom with four kids, has worked at the UPS Ontario hub for 16 years.
Katheryn Cabanillas, a newly-divorced mom with four kids, has worked at the UPS Ontario hub for 16 years.

 

Veronica Lagunas works as a union nighttime janitor at an office building in downtown Los Angeles.
Veronica Lagunas works as a union nighttime janitor at an office building in downtown Los Angeles.
Vincent Marsala works as a night shift superintendent at the LA Stadium construction project.
Vincent Marsala works as a night shift superintendent at the LA Stadium construction project.

 

 

 

 

 

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