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'Nurse Jackie' sequel series moving from Showtime to Prime Video

Edie Falco's "Nurse Jackie" sequel series is moving from Showtime to Prime Video. File Photo by Jason Szenes/UPI
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May 23 (UPI) -- Edie Falco's Nurse Jackie sequel series is moving from Showtime to Prime Video.

Deadline and Entertainment Weekly reported the change in plans Wednesday.

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The medical dramedy aired on premium cable network Showtime for seven seasons from 2009 through 2015.

The follow-up series was announced in 2023, but Showtime has since been rebranded and bundled with Paramount+.

"10 years after we left Jackie Peyton (Falco) clinging to life in the series finale, we find her back on her feet in spite of having lost her nursing license," a synopsis said.

"The continuation of her story will find her facing new dilemmas in trying to be good in a world where being bad is often not only easier, but a lot more fun."

The original show co-starred Merritt Wever, Eve Best, Betty Gilpin, Morris Chestnut and Peter Facinelli.

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