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Rookie Blue 5 Seasons 2010

Season 1
4.7 out of 5 stars (259) IMDb 7.7/10

Rookie Blue is a youthful, one-hour, character-driven workplace drama about five rookie cops plunged into the high stakes world of big city policing - where even the smallest rookie mistake can have life-or-death consequences.

Starring:
Missy Peregrym, Gregory Smith

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1. Fresh Paint

Triumph turns to humiliation when a high-stakes takedown goes awry upon the revelation that rookie copper Andy McNally has just busted one of her own, ruining an integral undercover sting.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: June 24, 2010
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2. Mercury Retrograde

As the other rookies hunt for an escaped convict, Swarek lets Andy in on his past undercover exploits and together they chase down a missing informant in danger, and sparks fly.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 1, 2010
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3. Fite Nite

Goody cop Andy must break protocol in order to gain the trust of an abuse victim who has been let down by the system one too many times. Meanwhile, the other rookies duke it out for a cause at "Fite Nite."

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 8, 2010
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4. Signals Crossed

Andy trades in her uniform for something more risqué when she goes undercover as a prostitute. Tensions run high when Dov puts an informant's life in jeopardy and it's up to Andy to infiltrate a risky gun deal in progress to save her.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 15, 2010
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5. Broad Daylight

A home invasion in an upscale neighbourhood calls out all the rookies, but once the scene is cleared, it is Andy who is left unaccompanied and confronted with a hiding thief who is armed and very volatile.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: July 22, 2010
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6. Bullet Proof

A fatal traffic collision reveals a shocking truth, and Andy's romance with Det. Luke Callaghan gets complicated when they disagree over the handling of a witness in a murder case.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 29, 2010
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7. Hot & Bothered

A stifling heat wave has wreaked havoc on the city, multiplied by growing fears of a serial rapist on the loose. Amid the chaos, a sudden blackout forces Andy to take down a vicious predator - alone.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 5, 2010
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8. Honour Roll

Andy and Chris investigate a vicious nightclub beating, but when all clues point to a cop, both are left with a gut-wrenching decision that will test their loyalties to the force and may put their careers in jeopardy.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 12, 2010
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9. Girlfriend of the Year

On the scene of a messy highway accident, Chris and Gail stumble upon a car that has a license plate matched to an Amber Alert for a nine-year-old girl. A manhunt ensues to find the missing driver, meanwhile an intense interrogation of the parents reveals disturbing evidence.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 19, 2010
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10. Big Nickel

Tensions are at an all time high between Andy and Swarek but they must put their feelings aside when a botched prisoner transport has them in a cat-and-mouse game to catch the fugitive.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: August 26, 2010
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11. To Serve or Protect

Andy's ex-copper father, Tommy, has confessed that he may have committed a serious crime during one of his alcohol-induced blackouts, and as Andy delves deeper into the case, she is faced with the possibility of sending her father to prison.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: September 2, 2010
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12. In Blue

It's time for performance assessments, aka Judgement Day, for the rookies as they find out the fate of their careers. But will Andy turn in her badge before Staff Sergeant Frank can have his say? The murder of an unidentified girl has Andy all shaken up and considering leaving the force.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: September 9, 2010
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13. Takedown

When an untimely arrest by Andy and Chris compromises a major drug bust, Andy steps up to try and salvage the bust by going undercover with Swarek. But a critical change in plans puts both their lives in danger.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 16, 2010
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By barry VINE VOICE on June 5, 2011
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Summer series are often overlooked but luckily I found ROOKIE BLUE last summer. I was pulled in by Gregory Smith who I had loved on EVERWOOD and what I found was a cop show very unique, addicting and very well made. The show follows 5 rookies right from the very first day they go on the job. The show is perfectly cast. Characters are fleshed out fully and you get to know them and care for them very quickly. We follow the rookies as they learn the job step by step led by their training officers. The detectives in the department are also given full life here. This show is a very realistic look at the lives of newbie rookies.

All dramas attempt that perfect blend of drama, relationships and slight comedy. Few succeed but ROOKIE BLUE does it very succesfully. I just finished watching the first season on blu ray and was very impressed at the character development and depth this series created in only 13 episodes. After just a few I felt like I knew these people. Every week there is an intense drama story to be told while the inter-relationships of the squad always stay in full focus as well. Stand-outs here are Missy Peregrym as rookie Andy McNally and Ben Bass as her training officer Sam Swarek. Their very strong chemistry and give and take relationship is a big part of the glue that holds this show together. And Ben Bass hits the screen here as the next sex symbol just as McDreamy did on Greys Anatomy. But all the other actors are just as strong. From the biggest role to the smallest, each is perfectly cast.

Now to the blu ray. To watch this show in blu ray adds a whole other dimension over the dvd. It comes in an inspired 1080p video transfer and the picture is crisp and detail strong. Colors are vibrant and flesh tones very realistic.
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Rookie Blue had me hooked from the very first episode. I love the acting and the storylines. Yes, I am very aware it isn't a factual driven police show but as I am not looking to join the police academy a documentary is not required. All I am looking for from this show is entertainment and in that it does it's job.

For those wondering what city they are serving and protecting it is Toronto.
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Had this posted at Amazon.UK but thought I'd post it here too:

Started watching this when it started showing in England, I liked it straight away, it is very grey's anatomy hence 'grey's academy' but it really works, after two episodes I was completely hooked.
Don't write this off as your average cop show cos it really isn't. It marries the perfect combination of drama & comedy, with a little romance thrown in for good measure. Missy Peregrym (Reaper) is brilliant as Andy Mcnally the main character & her TO (training officer) Sam Swarek played by a relative unknown- Ben Bass is just as good, they have great chemistry together & not to go all girly but he's quite easy on the eyes ;)
The stories are engaging & heartfelt, the rest of the ensemble cast all play strong characters, I absolutely love this show it gets very funny, also emotional, it doesn't glamourise being a police officer at all, it tells it like it is.
It's not difficult to see why after three episodes airing overseas it got picked up for a second season. Keeping it rookie blue all the way :)
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This is the story of five rookies who work in a Toronto Police Department. It shows the mistakes the newbies make, which are at times pretty funny, and how life on the streets is a lot different than any of them expected. The show is very people driven, and shows the ups and downs of relationships in the police department, as well as the work they do. It is one of the best shows out there, and fortunately, is NOT formula driven. Each week is new and interesting.

It is well acted, has a great supporting cast and wonderful writers. It is made in Canada, and is more low key than the shot-em-up with lots of car chases that is so common in this country. Rookie Blue is refreshingly honest and I believe gives more of a real look at police work than any other shows I've seen in a long time. I love the show, and can't wait for the new season to come out.
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This excellent pilot set the tone for the other episodes that followed in this new series' first season. It is like Grey's Anatomy was in the beginning, with great writing and in-depth character development coupled with fresh, new story lines. I have pre-ordered the first season due for release on DVD in a few months. I believe ABC has picked up this series for a second season and am looking forward to it.
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The blu-ray set is actually quite nice, has a few bonus features including making of featurettes, behind the scenes, and cast and crew interview and also a very short sneak peek at season 2 (which we've seen!)

This is a great series and I am rather particular about my police drama shows. I don't like the shows that seem too technical and easy (DNA results in 5 seconds! Suspects who conveniently confess to everything) This series follows Rookie police officers, they do things wrong, they make mistakes, they uncover parts of policing that they hadn't imagined. This kind of job is unique, no training can prepare you, so watching them experience these situations is dramatic in itself and I think the writers were smart enough to know they didn't have to make over-the-top.

Also, the characters are likable. I enjoy them all, and I love the drama and the romance. The only thing I might have added to it was to show the differences women face in a job that is primarily men, that is never really addressed in much detail. I was surprised by this show, I didn't expect to like it as much as I did. I tend to go for the reality shows, Cops, Women in Homicide, 48 Hours etc. This is the first drama I actually enjoyed other than The Fall and Luther.

Good job!
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