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Denis Leary’s ‘Sirens’ Returns for Season 2 in January (Exclusive Video)

USA Network reveals return month for more life-saving laughs in teaser airing Tuesday during ”Benched“

Good news for fans of USA sitcom “Sirens”: The Denis Leary-produced comedy about a group of Chicago paramedics will return to TV in January.

Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels and Kevin Bigley are all riding once again in TheWrap’s exclusive first look at a teaser to air during Tuesday’s episode of “Benched.”

“I look up to you guys too much and that’s a lot of pressure,” says youngest crewmember Brian, played by Bigley, in the video. “I should probably dial it down.”

“Not necessarily,” says Daniels, who plays openly gay Hank. Back behind the wheel is Johnny, played by Mosley, who also wants Brian to keep up the admiration.

As TheWrap previously reported, “Sirens” received a 13-episode second season order in June. The first season averaged 1.62 million total viewers, with 870,000 of them in the network’s key 25-54 demographic.

Fox Television Studios and Apostle, in conjunction with Daybreak Pictures produce the sitcom. Leary and Jim Serpico (“Rescue Me”) executive produce with Bob Fisher (“Wedding Crashers”). Hal Vogel, David Aukin (“Hyde Park on Hudson”), and David Leach of Daybreak Pictures also serving as executive producers.

Watch TheWrap’s exclusive video for “Sirens” Season 2 above.