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A night shift is either a group of workers who work during the night, or the period in which they work. See shift work.
Night Shift may also refer to:
- Night Shift (comics), a fictional team of supervillains in the Marvel Universe
- Night Shift (video game), a 1990 computer game designed and published by LucasArts
- Night Shift (novel), a 1942 novel by Maritta Wolff
- Night Shift (book), a 1978 collection of short stories written by Stephen King
- "Night Shift", a 1979 film starring Frank Windsor and John Castle
- Night Shift (film), a 1982 film, one of Ron Howard's earliest directorial efforts
- Nightshift (magazine), a free monthly music magazine in Oxford, England
- Night Shift (band), Serbian rock band
- Night Shift (album), a 1976 album by the rock band Foghat
- "Night Shift", a song from the album
- Night Shift, an album by Danish band Turboweekend
- "Night Shift", a song on the 1976 album Rastaman Vibration by Bob Marley & The Wailers
- "Night Shift", a song from the 1982 movie of the same name (see above) by Quarterflash
- Nightshift (album), a 1985 album by the Commodores
- "Nightshift" (song), from the album
- "Nightshift", a song by rapper South Park Mexican from the album Hustle Town
- "Nightshift", a song on the 1981 Siouxsie & The Banshees album Juju
- "Nightshift", a song by Jamaican artist Busy Signal
- Night Shift (TV series), a British television series shown late at night on ITV
- Night Shift (Irish TV series), an Irish television show broadcast on Channel 6
- The Nightshift, a Scottish television show broadcast on STV
- General Hospital: Night Shift, a primetime soap opera airing on SOAPnet during the summers of 2007 and 2008
- Næturvaktin, a popular Icelandic sitcom whose title translates as 'The Night Shift'
- Nightshift, the final episode of series 1 of Dinnerladies
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