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Rookie Blue

Network: ABC

Episodes: 74 (hour)

Seasons: Six

TV show dates: June 24, 2010 -- September 3, 2015

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Missy Peregrym, Gregory Smith, Ben Bass, Enuka Okuma, Travis Milne, Eric Johnson, Charlotte Sullivan, Matt Gordon, Noam Jenkins, Melanie Nicholls-King, Aidan Devine, Lyriq Bent, and Peter MacNeill.

TV show description:      

This police drama follows five young officers who have just graduated from the Academy.

Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) is empathetic, sometimes at a cost. She's also very bright but didn't get off to a great start in her new job, already clashing with training officer Sam Swarek (Ben Bass). He just wants her to trust her instincts. That's what he did when he was undercover as a drug dealer for eight months until his cover was blown and he was forced back on the beat.
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‘Rookie Blue’ Canceled by ABC

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‘Rookie Blue’ Canceled by ABC
ABC has canceled “Rookie Blue” after six seasons, TheWrap has learned. The show follows a group of rookie police officers and the struggles they face while patrolling the city streets. Missy Peregrym, Gregory Smith, Enuka Okuma, Travis Milne, Charlotte Sullivan, Ben Bass and Matt Gordon all starred in the Canadian summer series. lana Frank, Tassie Cameron, Russ Cochrane, David Wellington and John Morayniss serve as executive producers. The show is a production of IFC Films and eOne, which also distributes the series internationally. Also Read: 'Graceland' Canceled by USA After 3 Seasons “The success of ‘Rookie Blue’ is a testament not
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Rookie Blue: Season Six Ratings

It's been rumored that the 11 episodes of season six could be the end of Rookie Blue. However, if the ratings are strong enough ABC and Global (in Canada) could certainly want a seventh season. Will this beloved show be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned!

Rookie Blue continues to follow a group of newbie cops as they work at the fictional 15 Division. The cast includes Missy Peregrym, Ben Bass, Gregory Smith, Enuka Okuma, Charlotte Sullivan, Travis Milne, Peter Mooney, and Priscilla Faia.

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Rookie Blue: Season Five Ratings

There doesn't seem to be much danger of ABC's Rookie Blue being cancelled any time soon. The show is produced in Canada and the fifth season has 22 episodes (instead of the usual 13). However, they're being split into two parts -- half will air this summer while the rest will run at a later date. This kind of move often spells the end for a series. Will there be a sixth season? Stay tuned.

Rookie Blue continues to follow a group of newbie cops as they work at the fictional 15 Division. The cast includes Missy Peregrym, Gregory Smith, Ben Bass, Travis Milne, Enuka Okuma, Charlotte Sullivan, Peter Mooney, Priscilla Faia, Matt Gordon, Rachel Ancheril, Melanie Nicholls-King, Adam MacDonald, Aliyah O’Brien, Oliver Becker, and Matt Murray.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher
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Rookie Blue: Season Four Ratings

ABC has brought Rookie Blue, their summer cop series, back for a fourth season. The show is produced in Canada so its fate isn't neccesarily dependent on Us ratings. However, whether ABCcancels the series or wants to bring it back certainly is. Will Rookie Blue be back for a fifth season? Time will tell.

The fourth season of Rookie Blue typically airs Thursday nights and there are 13 new episodes once again. The cast includes Missy Peregrym, Gregory Smith, Eric Johnson, Travis Milne, Peter Mooney, Enuka Okuma, Charlotte Sullivan, and Ben Bass.

Here are the TV show's ratings for the Summer 2013 season. They'll be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:

Final season averages: 1.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 5.08 million total viewers.

Episode 04-13: Thursday,
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4 finale -- 'You Can See the Stars': Andy and Sam's ultimate 'McSwarek' cliffhanger

Now, picking up where we left off ...

Season 4 of "Rookie Blue" wrapped up Thursday (Sept. 12) with "You Can See the Stars," the two-part season finale's conclusion handled by two of the series' executive producers and behind-the-scenes reliables, writer (and showrunner) Tassie Cameron and director David Wellington.

With their typical expertise bountifully evident, it's a very safe bet that any fan who was there to the final scene now feels Season 5 can't come soon enough.

The show really did pick up at the end of the previous chapter, with alleged pedophile Kevin Ford (Michael Cram) again knocking out his handcuffed captive: Officer Oliver Shaw (Matt Gordon), who was in the trunk of his police car, parked in a remote area.

Sam (Ben Bass) interrogated his girlfriend -- and Ford's stalker -- Marlo (Rachael Ancheril) about the last time she saw Ford, while Nick (Peter Mooney) tried to radio Oliver. Unbeknownst to him,
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4, episode 12: 'Under Fire' from a would-be cop killer

Before he could talk about any of the details, "Rookie Blue" co-star Gregory Smith said the episode he directed this season was "big."

He wasn't kidding.

"Under Fire," Thursday's (Sept. 5) intense chapter of the ABC police drama, was the first half of the show's Season 4 finale -- and though it seems a cliche to say it put most of the regular characters in the line of fire, it truly did. And no one knew that more in the opening moments than Andy and Chloe (Missy Peregrym, Priscilla Faia).

The hour began on a light note with the gang playing trivia at The Black Penny, and Chloe won. Things started veering toward the serious as Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) found Holly (Aliyah O'Brien) waiting there to meet someone else, while at home, Andy told Nick (Peter Mooney) of her ongoing guilt over having doctored Marlo's (Rachael Ancheril) police memo book at Sam's (Ben Bass) urging.
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4, Episode 11: Andy and Sam aid Marlo in 'Deception'

Heading into the home stretch of its fourth season, "Rookie Blue" is letting some of its cops play very close to the edge.

Marlo (Rachael Ancheril) is a prime example, especially as of Thursday's (Aug. 29) episode of the ABC police drama, "Deception." The hour opened by showing her parked across the street from the home of Kevin Ford (guest star Michael Cram), the alleged pedophile who was a suspect when Chris' (Travis Milne) supposed son disappeared in the episode "What I Lost" two weeks ago.

Marlo clearly hadn't given up pursuing him, and he caught her peering into his house -- and claiming "harassment," he said he intended to call her bosses. "Your career's over!," he shouted after her.

Elsewhere, Andy (Missy Peregrym) roused a sleeping Nick (Peter Mooney) after a night spent together. "Whatever this is," he told her of their new relationship, "I don't totally hate it." She concurred,
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'Rookie Blue's' Rachael Ancheril: Someone other than Marlo Cruz 'was supposed to be' bipolar

Rachael Ancheril surely has stirred the pot since joining "Rookie Blue" this year.

And with three weeks left in the ABC police drama's fourth season, she's not done yet. Thursday's (Aug. 29) new episode sees her character, Officer Marlo Cruz, cross a very big line: She continues her self-assigned surveillance of the alleged pedophile (guest star Michael Cram) suspected, but eventually cleared, in the recent disappearance of Officer Chris Diaz's (Travis Milne) supposed son.

When the man is found assaulted in his home, circumstances implicate Marlo, whose bipolar condition also leads others to ponder whether she was involved in the attack. It's rich material for a series co-star, particularly a relatively new one, and Toronto native Ancheril appreciates the opportunity.

"The bipolar aspect was really a very big thing for me in prepping for the character," she tells Zap2it. "I've always thought that with Marlo, her job is the No.
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4, episode 10 - 'You Are Here': Gail makes her call on Andy and Nick

Sometimes, handling one thing yields something bigger.

Such was Oliver's (Matt Gordon) fortune in mediating a neighborhood domestic dispute in the opening moments of Thursday's (Aug. 22) ABC "Rookie Blue" episode, "You Are Here." After apparently resolving the discord -- which the husband admitted could have been because he "forgot our anniversary" (whoops!) -- Oliver noticed an odd, "super-skunky" smell.

He and partner du jour Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) then uncovered a "grow-op," or as Sam (Ben Bass) put it, a house "swimming in illegal marijuana plants." And a smart-alecky young suspect named Chuck (Doug Smith) was taken into custody and turned over to Chloe (Priscilla Faia), alias -- at least for this story -- "the booking fairy."

Meanwhile, Andy (Missy Peregrym) told Nick (Peter Mooney) her concerns about feeling "sneaky" about their secretive new romance. When he offered to tell his ex Gail about it, Andy insisted on being the one
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Rookie Blue Round Table: "What I Lost"

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A kidnapping is the worst nightmare for any parent. Add in an unexpected revelation and Travis Milne explained how it will all send Chris Diaz spiraling down a dark path.

Below, TV Fanatic Christine Orlando is joined by Jenn and Kelley from Two Worlds Collide: A Sam Swarek/Andy McNally Fan Forum for this week's Rookie Blue Round Table, as they debate what Chris will do about Denise's betrayal and whether or not Nick and Andy could find their happily ever after.

So join in, Rookie Blue fans, and give us your answers in the comments below regarding "What I Lost."

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What was your favorite scene from the episode?

Jenn: I really loved the return of Chris and when Gail flung herself into his arms. It’s really nice to have an original character back and seeing how much Chris Diaz has changed over the past few seasons, he has toughened up a bit.
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Rookie Blue Review: A Fighting Chance

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In my interview with Travis Milne this week, he mentioned that Chris Diaz would be headed down a darker path this season. Now we know what led him there.

"What I Lost" sent Chris' life spiraling out of a control. Unfortunately, he's been going toward this destination for a while now.

When Denise first showed up with Christian I was surprised the Chris never got a DNA test. The tests are so prevalent these days that it felt like the least he could do to protect himself. But Chris is such a good guy that he couldn't imagine that his long time girlfriend would lie to him about something so important.

Boy, was he wrong.

Chris left a job he loved, moved out of the city and said goodbye to his friends behind to live with a woman he didn't love in order to be a father to his child.
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4, episode 9: Chris laments 'What I Lost,' including his son

If a character is going to return to a show, he may as well do it in a big way.

So it was for Chris (Travis Milne) in "What I Lost," Thursday's (Aug. 15) episode of ABC's "Rookie Blue." His visit to Toronto with his family initially revealed an even-more-fun side of Andy and Nick (Missy Peregrym, Peter Mooney), who played with Chris' young son Christian at a park playground, but things turned very serious very fast.

As the former undercover partners started to have a conversation about whether to embark on a personal relationship, they were distracted by a woman's cry for help after her companion collapsed. Nick and Andy ran to the rescue -- and when Andy returned, Christian was gone.

Oliver (Matt Gordon) began to lead the investigation, but Andy didn't deal well with suddenly being cast in the role of victim. And upon his arrival at the scene,
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4: Travis Milne back for his 'biggest episode' yet

Travis Milne was off "Rookie Blue" for only three episodes, but he says it felt "like an eternity" to him.

Several weeks into its current Season 4, the Canadian-made ABC police drama let his character -- Officer Chris Diaz -- make good on his promise to move from Toronto to Timmins with the young son he didn't know he had, along with the boy's mother. They return for a visit in Thursday's (Aug. 15) episode, but any joy is torpedoed when the child disappears while Andy and Nick (Missy Peregrym, Peter Mooney) are minding him.

"This is the biggest episode Chris has ever had," the friendly Milne confirms to Zap2it. "He kind of loses it, and you get to see this different side of him. It was a challenge, since after being gone for those weeks, it was like getting back on the ice or the field after an injury. You're like,
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Rookie Blue Exclusive: Travis Milne on Exploring the Dark Side of Chris Diaz

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On this week's Rookie Blue, Chris Diaz's world gets turned upside down when son Christian goes missing on "What I Lost."

In anticipation of the dramatic episode, Travis Milne took time to chat with TV Fanatic and talk about his character's controversial beginnings and how Chris' future may take a dark turn.

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From the preview (below), it looks like Chris will be back at 15 Division. Is it permanent?

Well, you'll have to wait and see but I'm glad to be back. I think people are still wondering if it's going to be permanent or not. I think people just kind of assume if I'm back, I'm back. It's definitely exciting to be back.

The wait was killer but I've go to say that episode 4.09 is the biggest and best and funnest episode... and it's an honor to be a part of it. With such a large ensemble based show,
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4, Episode 6: Luke returns and Gail faces a demon, literally

"We knew this was coming. Diaz is gone, and he isn't coming back."

Such was Sgt. Frank Best's (Lyriq Bent) greeting as he informed the other rookies of Chris' (Travis Milne) departure at the start of "Skeletons," Thursday''s (July 25) episode of ABC's "Rookie Blue." As they registered their surprise -- particularly Dov (Gregory Smith), who had done his best to change Chris' mind -- Best added, "People come, people go, so you might as well get used to it."

Indeed: ABC's press information already confirms Diaz will be a big part of the Aug. 15 episode. Meanwhile, another familiar face returned to 15 Division as Detective Luke Callaghan's (Eric Johnson) reappeared to help direct a kidnapping investigation, one with huge reverberations for the cops.

The apparent victim had been taken in a cab registered to Ross Perik (Ben Carlson), last season's perp who kidnapped Gail (Charlotte Sullivan) and fatally stabbed her would-be rescuer,
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4, Episode 5 recap: 'Poison Pill' tough for Andy to swallow

Just when you don't want to know someone any better, you end up quarantined together.

Such is the luck of Officer Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym), who found herself forcibly isolated with her ex-love Sam Swarek's (Ben Bass) current girlfriend -- Officer Marlo Cruz (Rachael Ancheril) -- in Thursday's (July 18) ABC "Rookie Blue" episode "Poison Pill."

Uncomfortably partnered for the day and following a lead on a drug dealer, the women suddenly found themselves covered in heroin tainted with anthrax ... and stuck in the art gallery where they had collared the dealer, after he up-ended a table that sent the powder flying all over the two cops. 'Just another day at the office," as Swarek wryly summed it up.

In the course of being treated with antibiotics, McNally and alleged "ice queen" Cruz had plenty of time to hash things out. The initially confrontational tone changed, though, once Cruz confessed she
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‘Rookie Blue’ Is A Veteran: ABC Renews Cop Drama For Fifth Season

ABC gave its Toronto-set cop drama an early renewal today, shrugging off the show’s season-low numbers from last week. Instead, the network pointed out that Rookie Blue is the summer’s No. 1 show in total viewers for its 10Pm Thursday slot, resulting in its most-watched season since 2010. Produced in the Great White North by Icf Films and Entertainment One, the series stars Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith as cops who still feel like rookies despite their four years on the job. Charlotte Sullivan, Enuka Okuma, Travis Milne, Peter Mooney, Ben Bass, Priscilla Faia and Rachael Ancheril co-star. Production on Season 5 will begin in January for a summer 2014 premiere.
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4, episode 4 recap: 'The Kids Are Not Alright,' indeed

How easy is it for youngsters to be misunderstood? The latest "Rookie Blue" yields plenty of evidence.

The aptly titled "The Kids Are Not Alright," Thursday's (July 11) episode of the ABC police drama, offered two stories of teens and trouble. In one plot, Andy and Gail (Missy Peregrym, Charlotte Sullivan) found a boy crammed into the trunk of a car during a seemingly typical traffic check. Let's get real, though: If a "Rookie Blue'' hour opens with such a check, what are the chances it will stay "typical"?

The other main plot involved Sam's (Ben Bass) search for the person who fatally shot another teen, a hunt that came to involve rival gangs. A former gang member who started out as a suspect was revealed to be the victim's cousin ... and the real target of the shooting. Even worse, text messages showed he was being set up by his relative,
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'Rookie Blue' recap: Several cops find things 'Different, Not Better'

Ok, rookies: Break's over. Back to business.

The cops of "Rookie Blue" immediatey proved they knew that, since they were immersed in a paintball "war" in the opening moments of Thursday's (June 27) episode "Different, Not Better" -- with the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive" on the soundtrack! -- as the ABC police drama resumed Season 4, following a three-week hiatus for NBA Finals coverage.

No surprise, ever-spirited Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) led her team to the win, triumphing over her recent undercover partner Nick Collins (Peter Mooney) ... which had to hurt him, his being a trained war veteran and all. Then it was on to the main case of the week, the hunt for a robber of Atm customers who always left them with a $20, and also left something else: a view of his derriere's tattoo, proudly displayed to a surveillance camera.

The pursuit offered a bigger introduction to lively, instinctive
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