Hank receives an invitation to the wedding of his ex, Jeff the Chef, and wouldn’t you know it, Jeff is marrying a guy who is the spitting image of our favorite big, black, gay EMT. Realizing this might be a sensitive time for Hank, the team rallies around their brother in arms. Hank makes a big show of reveling in his freedom to do whatever - and whomever - he chooses. But when an emergency groin injury at a softball game brings him face-to-family-jewels with Jeff the Chef’s dick doppelganger, Hank’s confidence starts to unravel.
From the distinct comedic point of view of Denis Leary (RESCUE ME) and Bob Fisher (WEDDING CRASHERS), SIRENS follows three of Chicago’s best EMTs whose sometimes silly, self-righteous and even self-destructive personalities make them unqualified for sustaining relationships, friendships and most occupations. They are, however, uniquely qualified for saving anyone who winds up in their ambulance. Johnny (Michael Mosley) is a good-looking, sports-loving, Chicago EMT working with his best friend Hank (Kevin Daniels). Brian (Kevin Bigley) is a wide-eyed and excitable new EMT who still lives with his parents. Jessica McNamee will play the female lead, Theresa, a smart female cop with the Chicago PD who still loves her ex Johnny, but ultimately had to move on when he wouldn’t commit.
Sirens is the story of three Chicago EMTs who are great at saving other people’s lives, but terrible at dealing with their own.
Riding an ambulance in a city like Chicago is a tough gig, but best friends Johnny and Hank seem to have it figured out, even if they can’t figure out much else. With excitable new guy Brian in tow, they make their way from one crisis to the next, trying to keep level heads as they deal with life or death situations. Through it all they banter with their work family, bicker with their real families, and do their best to handle all of the little emergencies life can throw at you while you’re trying to tackle the big stuff.