Andy's got a lot on her plate on this week's Rookie Blue.
Andy (Missy Peregrym) might be conflicted between Sam (Ben Bass) and Nick (Peter Mooney), but on Thursday's episode she'll make a bold move towards one of the two. But she's also got more important things to worry about, such as whether or not her rookie Duncan (Matt Murray) has what it takes to succeed on the job. When she and Duncan find themselves alone— and in a life-and-death moment -- with a 12-year-old witness to a gang leader's death, Andy may regret giving her rookie so many chances.
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ABC has renewed Rookie Blue for a fourth season, the network announced on Tuesday.
Season 3 of the cop drama, which stars Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith, premiered to 6 million viewers last month. Its most recent telecast garnered 5. 5 million viewers.
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OK, when did Rookie Blue get so good?!
ABC's Canadian cop show returned last night and we gotta say, this thing deserves more than a summer fill-in slot. It's like Grey's with a badge and less Shonda-isms.
For its third-season premiere, the series — about recent police-academy graduates cracking crimes and yeah, hooking up — trotted out William Shatner for a guest spot as a drunk driver who winds up leading the 15 Division to a twisted kidnapping case. Being Shatner, there was a fair share of over-the-top dramatics, but the frequent flares of comedy, and the super-likable ensemble (particularly Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith) more than made up for those moments. Oh, and the closing scene with his character's recently recovered granddaughter was a total eye-wetter. We are not ashamed to admit that.