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SkyMed Season 3 Given the Green Light by Paramount+

Paramount+ has picked up SkyMed Season 3, which will continue the medical drama series that follows young medics and pilots who fly air ambulances across the remote skies of Northern Canada.

Produced by Piazza Entertainment, the nine-episode third season begins on Monday, March 25, in Manitoba and Ontario. The ensemble cast returns for more jaw-dropping rescues 20,000 feet in the air.

SkyMed Season 3 Given the Green Light by Paramount+

SkyMed Season 3 will be available to watch exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S. and internationally outside of Canada and on CBC in Canada.

The new episodes will pick up in the aftermath of the dramatic season two finale, in which the mounting pressure within the tight-knit SkyMed team – and the shocking medical emergency for one of its members – threatened to tear the group apart.

Now, faced with more dangerous missions across the wilderness and a few newcomers who arrive at the crew house to shake things up, the medical responders must rely on each other more than ever as they experience heart-pulsing rescues, new love, and hard goodbyes on the job.

Returning to SkyMed are series regulars Natasha Calis (Nurses) as Hayley, Morgan Holmstrom (Outlander) as Crystal, Praneet Akilla (Nancy Drew) as Chopper, Mercedes Morris (Ghosts) as Lexi, Thomas Elms (The Boys In The Boat) as Nowak, Kheon Clarke (Riverdale) as Tristan, and Sydney Kuhne (Ginny & Georgia) as Stef.

Aaron Ashmore (Ginny & Georgia) as Wheezer has also been upped to series regular this season. Returning in recurring roles are “Ace” Aason Nadjiwon (The Twilight Zone) as Bodie and Emilia McCarthy (Zombies) as Madison, with Braeden Clarke (Outlander) returning to guest star as Jeremy.

Anthony Grant (Star Trek: Discovery, Polar) joins the cast in a recurring role as TJ, a fun-loving, social pilot who is easy to crush on but secretly carries some heavy baggage of his own. Nicola Correia-Damude (Shadowhunters) also joins in a recurring role as Marianne, an appealing city-slicker who struggles to fit in up north despite her electric chemistry with Chopper.

SkyMed is produced by Piazza Entertainment in association with CBC and CBS Studios. The series is created by Julie Puckrin and inspired by her sister and brother-in-law, who met flying air ambulances.

Puckrin, Gillian Hormel, and Vanessa Piazza also serve as executive producers. Rhonda Baker and Carrie Wilkins are producers from Manitoba. Outside of Canada, SkyMed is distributed internationally by Paramount Global Content Distribution.