Jun 28, 2012 10:00 PM
On Traci's first day as detective, a bachelorette party's car crashes into another vehicle and seems to have killed the driver until a further investigation concludes the driver was dead before the accident; Chris realizes he has feelings for Gail.
Jun 19, 2014TV Network - ABC
This series is entitled, as you are well aware (and as we've said previously), "Rookie Blue." Of course, it's the fifth season of the show and some of the folks we saw originally aren't rookies any more (we know we've spoken of this as well). Well perhaps to fix that, two new characters are going to come in tonight and even if they aren't rookies in the department (one is), they are rookies on the series. Watch and see how the dynamic alters tonight.
Sep 12, 2013TV Network - ABC
Next summer (presumably), "Rookie Blue" will return with another batch of new episodes. Well, it isn't presumed that "Rookie Blue" will return, the series has already been renewed for a fifth season, it is just presumed that it will air next summer (we presume this because all seasons of "Rookie Blue" have aired in the summer). We wonder if they had knowledge of that renewal prior to the writing/filming of the final episode this season -- were they able to use that in the script in a way to create a more exciting ending?
May 23, 2013TV Network - ABC
Starting tonight and, allegedly, running for 13 weeks straight is the fourth season of "Rookie Blue." Now, when we say allegedly, what we mean is that the show is, should nothing weird happen, going to air a new episode every single week from tonight through the 12th of September. That really is pretty good, isn't it? It is something you can count on this summer -- Thursday nights, "Rookie Blue" will be there. It will be there like a rookie cop hot on the trail of a bad guy even if the rookie cop is now in their fourth year on the job and not so much a rookie anymore.
Sep 06, 2012TV Network - ABC
Before you get too choked up about "Rookie Blue" coming to an end, we'd like to point out that it isn't really. The third season is coming to an end, to be sure, but that doesn't mean the whole series is ending. Your favorite cops on the beat (if these cops on the beat are your favorite cops on the beat) will be back with a fourth season next summer. We hope that by then the rename the show "Senior Blue" or "Veteran Blue," but we kind of doubt it, Canadians tend to be very nice and suggesting someone is getting old isn't nice.
Jul 12, 2012
When Andy and Swarek respond to a noise complaint coming from an illegal warehouse party, they find a homeless squatter who has been brutally stabbed; while obtaining witnesses, Oliver Shaw's 15-year-old daughter is apprehended, but then disappears.
May 24, 2012TV Network - ABC
We said it last year, and we'll say it this year (we kind of find it inescapable, and in fact far more true this season) -- how is it that this is still "Rookie Blue" when it's no longer the rookies' first year? Don't give us that old 'well, they can keep adding more new cops' thing. Even when they do, the show still focuses on, as the description states the rookies who, after two years on the job, 'are well on their way to becoming experienced cops.' Don't get us wrong, we're not hating on the show (we hate on nothing that involves Missy Peregrym), we just don't understand the title.
Jun 23, 2011TV Network - ABC
"Rookie Blue" is the tale of new cops, rookies (hence the name). It really makes us wonder though how they can have a second season because those who were rookies in the first aren't so much going to be rookies now. The plan doesn't seem to jettison the whole cast and start with a new group of rookies, but rather to continue with the previously established group. Perchance they're going to opt to have season two's tales begin right after those in season one took place. That would certainly help, but they still can't remain rookies forever, can they?