Rookie Blue

ABC Sets Summer Return Dates For Mistresses and Rookie Blue

Here is another reason to look forward to the warmer months. ABC has announced the returns of summer sudser Mistresses and cop serial Rookie Blue.

Will Everyone Survive Rookie Blue's Season Finale? (PROMO)

Rookie Blue has had a strong, creative run this summer on ABC while still providing those us who play the Andy McNally Drinking Game plenty of opportunities to get tipsy. They even had Andy (Missy Peregrym) survive anthrax. The Hollywood Reporter talked with showrunner Tassie Cameron about the season and whether or not everyone in 15 Division will survive tonight's finale.  

By the end of the finale, are we to assume that not everyone makes it past the episode alive?

Because the episode ends in a very intense place, we actually have some choices to make at the beginning of season five. A lot could happen from where we end this. There is a lot of mayhem, there are a lot of people in that hospital and we'll see what happens.

Read the entire interview at The Hollywood Reporter.


Top 5 Bad-Ass Women of Summer TV

No. 5: Angie Hubbard, All My Children

Debbi Morgan’s return to Pine Valley as Angie, with the relaunch of All My Children, has nearly erased all memory of the YoHarmony debacle on The Young and the Restless. This summer we watched as Angie searched for answers in her daughter’s kidnapping. We saw her grapple with the awful truth of Cassandra’s (Saleisha Stowers) rape and drugging when her beloved daughter was returned to her arms.

However, it was this week’s episodes—where Angie poured out her soul over the swirl of conflicting emotions regarding Cassandra’s desire to end the pregnancy—that gripped me most of all. It was easily one of the most emotional, bad-ass performances of the summer. Angie broke it down.


Rookie Blue Renewed For Fifth Season

Get ready for another summer of the Andy (Missy Peregrym) drinking game. ABC’s summer cop drama Rookie Blue has been renewed for a fifth season! The show’s official Twitter feed announced the good news on Wednesday.

Get Out Your Shot Glasses, Rookie Blue Returns Tonight! (VIDEO)

Are you ready for another summer of getting sloshed while watching Rookie Blue? That’s right folks, the intrepid Andy McNally & Co. are back for another summer!

If you haven’t watched ABC’s police department equivalent to Grey’s Anatomy, or played the Andy McNally Drinking Game, you should give both a try. This is how it works.

Any time Andy (Missy Peregrym) is injured, knocked unconscious, held hostage or finds herself in the midst of relationship drama you take a shot of your favorite beverage. Warning, if you’re alcohol-inclined you’ll be tipsy pretty fast!

Daytime Confidential’s Regan Cellura and I have been playing the game for three seasons.  Based on the premiere episode photo above, it’s going to be shot-tastic summer.

Watch previews from Rookie Blue’s season premiere after the jump!  READ MORE

Andy McNally’s Suspension Ends on Rookie Blue


Let the summer TV drinking games begin, and I’m not talking about Big Brother on CBS! Rookie Blue returned to the alphabet network Thursday and with it the ever in peril Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym). For a cop who was on suspension, we didn’t even make it 10 minutes into the season premiere before Andy was involved in a car accident. To participate in the Andy McNally drinking game–alcoholic beverage or not–all you have to do is down a shot any time Andy is injured, held hostage or in some form of accident.

Of course, Andy’s propensity for being in the right place at the wrong time wasn’t the only thing that happened in the premiere. We were introduced to the new rookie Nick Collins (Peter Mooney), who has a past with Gail (Charlotte Sullivan).  Chris (Travis Milne) and Noelle (Melanie Micholls-King) found themselves the faces of the department’s new ad campaign. William Shatner was the premiere episode's guest, portraying the grandfather of the missing child Andy rescued from a burning van.  Best of all, it ended right where every Rookie Blue episode usually does;  making us wonder what twist is in store for Andy and Sam’s (Ben Bass) relationship next. All-in-all Rookie Blue is off to a fun summer run.

What did you think of the Rookie Blue season premiere?