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1. Colony - Thursdays - USA Although we're still awaiting a third season renewal, the moral ambiguity presented as people fight to live on an earth that has been invaded and is controlled by aliens is like a political discussion in the real world. There is action, family drama and deep political thoughts as nothing in a world nobody expected to live in is as cut and dry as they expected. Week by week, viewers think they know where they stand, by as new layers of the various sides are unveiled, there are more gray areas to walk through to imagine what your next move would be. It's
Our TV Fanatics Jasmine Peterson, Stacy Glanzman, and Christine Orlando are here to debate if someone should have stopped Woz, what’s Internal Affairs game plan, and Stahl manipulating Cristina on “Daddy’s Girl.”
Did Woz go too far in interrogation and should his team have stopped him?
Jasmine: He definitely went too far. He didn't know anything about the man or his medical background, so there was no way he could be certain of how much to give him before killing him.
His team definitely should have stopped him. Especially with both I.A and the A.D.A there overhearing everything.
Stacy: Absolutely, he did. He could have killed him. Harlee trying to play it
Shades of Blue, NBC’s gritty drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta about corruption in the NYPD and the ramifications that ensue, has been renewed for a third season.
The announcement was made by Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment.
“We’re so hugely appreciative of everything Jennifer and Ray do, and know it is due to their dedication, as well as the hard work of our incredible cast and producers, that Shades of Blue has so clearly and compellingly earned a third-season renewal, Salke said.
“This show continues to mine powerful stories that always leave us hungry for more.”
Thus far in its second season, Shades of Blue is dominating the Sunday 10/9c hour among the ABC, CBS and NBC dramas, generating a +50% margin of victory in the of victory in the timeslot in adult 18-49 rating.
Shades of Blue has copped another season.
The NBC police drama, which stars Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta, has been picked up for a third season, the network announced Friday.
“We’re so hugely appreciative of everything Jennifer and Ray do, and know it is due to their dedication, as well as the hard work of our incredible cast and producers, that Shades of Blue has so clearly and compellingly earned a third-season renewal,” said Jennifer Salke, NBC Entertainment President. “This show continues to mine powerful stories that always leave us hungry for more.
The network has renewed the Jennifer Lopez cop drama for a third season, it was announced Friday. Season three will consist of 10 episodes.
The series, which also stars Ray Liotta, Drea de Matteo and Warren Kole, centers on a single mother and detective (Lopez) who is hiding several dark secrets.
Lopez is also an executive producer on Shades of Blue, along with Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Benny Medina, Ryan Seacrest, Nina Wass and showrunner Jack Orman. The series hails from Universal Television, Nuyorican Productions, Egtv, Ryan Seacrest Productions and Jack Orman Productions.
Jennifer Lopez is getting some new company on Shades of Blue. Deadline reports Anna Gunn has been cast in season two of the NBC series.
Set in New York City, the cop drama follows a group of Brooklyn detectives. The cast includes Lopez, Ray Liotta, Warren Kole, Drea de Matteo, and Dayo Okeniyi.
Created by Adi Hasak, the new series is set in New York City, starring Lopez as 'Harlee Santos', a single-mother 'NYPD' Detective...
...forced to work in the FBI's anti-corruption task force, while dealing with her own financial problems.
"...in "False Face, False Heart", 'Harlee' (Lopez) refuses to give 'Stahl' (Warren Kole) incriminating evidence against 'Wozniak' (Liotta)...
"...but hands over a fully resolved unofficial investigation that 'Tess (de Matteo) and 'Espada' (Vincent Laresca) initiated when they moved a body by Tess' house found to be murdered with a 3D printed gun.
"Wozniak confronts Harlee who executes a dangerous bluff..."
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Set in New York City, Shades of Blue this crime drama revolves around a work "family" of Brooklyn detectives. Following their leader, this team crosses the line to protect their precinct and each other. The cast includes Jennifer Lopez, Ray Liotta, Warren Kole, Drea de Matteo, Dayo Okeniyi, Vincent Laresca, Hampton Fluker, Sarah Jeffery, Santino Fontana, Antonio Jaramillo, Gino Anthony Pesi, and Michael Esper.
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Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
TV show dates: January 7, 2016 — present
Series status: Has not been cancelled
Performers include: Jennifer Lopez, Ray Liotta, Warren Kole, Drea de Matteo, Dayo Okeniyi, Vincent Laresca, Hampton Fluker, Sarah Jeffery, Santino Fontana, Antonio Jaramillo, Gino Anthony Pesi, and Michael Esper.
TV show description:
This FBI and police procedural crime drama is set in New York City. It features a work "family" of Brooklyn detectives.
Following their leader, Lt. Matt Wozniak (Ray Liotta), this team crosses the line, to protect their precinct and each other. Can these cops keep their streets safe, without arousing the Feds' suspicions?Read More…
Lopez’s Harlee is a single mom, who has the misfortune to break into the wrong apartment with an itchy-trigger-fingered rookie (Dayo Okeniyi); he shoots a drug dealer who’s merely playing videogames. She helps obscure what happened, but the guilt gnaws at him, although that plot soon becomes secondary to a larger one.
In total viewers, NBC is running #2 for the season and within 7% of its year-ago Olympics-boosted average (8.8 million vs. 9.5 million), making this season and last NBC's two top-scoring seasons in total viewers since 2006-07. NBC has won the last three November sweeps in adults 18-49, as well as