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"Rookie Blue" Season 5 has been ordered and will return on ABC in 2014.

"Rookie Blue" (ABC TV show) is a fun, fresh, high-stakes drama with a twist of danger that follows the lives of five young, ambitious cops right out of the Academy. From their very first day on the job, these rookies are plunged into the world of big city policing, a world where even the smallest mistake can have life-or-death consequences and serious emotional fall-out. The soul of this close-knit group is 26-year-old perfectionist
"Rookie Blue" cast
Rookie Blue cast
Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym). Honest to a fault, all Andy has ever wanted to be is "good police." Her father was a cop, and while he wasn't the best cop — or the best father — Andy knows she'll never find this sense of family, loyalty and excitement in any other job. The series explores the trials, triumphs, competition and camaraderie of Andy and her rookie family — boyfriends, best friends, mentors and competitors — who are about to learn that no amount of training can prepare them for life.

Season 3

A group of young and ambitious rookie cops continue to navigate the emotional trials and tribulations of their professional and personal lives. After two years on the job, these rookies are well on their way to becoming experienced cops, but at what cost? What price will they have to pay, both professionally and personally, to succeed at their job? And how can they stay true to themselves — maintaining their individuality and compassion — along the way? While a new rookie — ex-soldier Nick Collins, who is trying to adapt to policing after serving in Afghanistan — has joined 15 Division, the rest of the rookies are now entering their third year on the job. They have overcome the sophomore curse — that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. However this year the rookies of 15 Division are going to learn to be careful what they wish for — and they're going to learn it the hard way.

Season 4

After three years on the job, these rookies are well on their way to becoming experienced officers, but at what cost? It's been six months since Andy McNally and Nick Collins left for their undercover operation. We return to 15 Division with them — and quickly realize that everything seems to have changed, as the fourth season premieres.



That's what being a cop is: adjusting to new situations, rolling with the punches. Change is constant, and if you don't adapt, you're left behind. So when Andy returns to find that Sam Swarek is now a detective and that he's moved on, both professionally and personally, she's going to have to figure out how to deal with it. Meanwhile, Dov's life gets awkward when a one-night stand with Frank's goddaughter becomes more complicated; Chris is torn between staying at 15 Division and moving his new family back to his smaller, safer hometown; Traci is learning to work with new detective Swarek, while trying to move on from the loss of her fiancé, Jerry Barber; and although Nick and Gail have cemented their relationship, Nick can't seem to shed the feeling that all is not right between them. Last season our officers got what they wanted and had to deal with the repercussions. This year they will have to look change right in the eye and learn to adapt — leaving them with some big, bold choices to make.

Season 5

In keeping with last season's theme of "change," 15 Division welcomes two new characters who shake up the familiar dynamic. Inspector John Jarvis (Oliver Becker, "Rent-a-Goalie") strolls into 15 Division with a serious agenda. He wants the real story: is this a division full of heroes or a minefield full of screw-ups? Seamlessly flipping from pleasant to menacing, Inspector Jarvis is a political spin-master of epic proportions. He's out to shake things up and make his mark. Also new to the team is 15 Division's brand-new rookie, Duncan Moore aka "Selfie" (Matthew Owen Murray, "Degrassi: The Next Generation"). He is the very picture of a fresh-faced millennial: confident, eager to impress, and excellent at pointing out mistakes, particularly other people's. But when Duncan struggles to fit into the group at 15, the officers soon have their hands full with this challenging and well-connected new recruit.

The "Rookie Blue" cast includes Missy Peregrym ("Heroes,""Reaper") as Andy McNally, Gregory Smith ("Everwood") as Dov Epstein, Charlotte Sullivan ("The Kennedys") as Gail Peck, Enuka Okuma ("24") as Traci Nash, Travis Milne ("Leslie, My Name is Evil") as Chris Diaz, Peter Mooney ("Camelot," "Falcon Beach") as Nick Collins, Ben Bass ("The Eleventh Hour") as Sam Swarek, and introducing this season Priscilla Faia ("Eleventh Victim," "Psych") as Chloe Price and Rachael Ancheril ("The Listener") as Marlo Cruz. Also starring in the series are Matt Gordon as Oliver Shaw and Lyric Bent as Frank Best.

"Rookie Blue" is produced by ICF Films Inc. and Entertainment One. Tassie Cameron, Ilana Frank, David Wellington, Noreen Halpern and John Morayniss are executive producers.




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ROOKIE BLUE: FACTS

Network: ABC
Genre: Crime
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: June 24, 2010
Seasons: 5
Production Companies:
ICF Films Inc.
Entertainment One





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1lawoman says:
Loving Rookie Blue so far. It's a fabulous guilty pleasure. Also got ahold of the DVD of this creative team's previous effort, Would Be Kings. (more gritty like Internal Affairs or The Shield) All I have to say is how is it possible that Ben Bass isn't a huge star by now?? What is WRONG with casting pros??
chitowngirl says:
I agree with lawoman. Ben Bass is hot! C'mon Sam. Get it while it's hot!

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