‘Rookie Blue’ Renewed For a Fifth Season On ABC

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Co-production with Canada's Global TV is having its most-watched summer in three years

Rookie Blue” will patrol another summer for ABC, as the network and Canadian partner Global Television jointly announced an early renewal for the cop drama on Wednesday.

The fifth season of the series will start development in the fall and will move into production in January.

“Rookie Blue” is enjoying its most-watched season since 2010, with DVR playback boosting the show well above 7 million viewers most weeks, according to Nielsen.

The “Rookie Blue” cast includes Missy Peregrym (pictured above), Andy McNally, Gregory Smith, Charlotte Sullivan and Ben Bass.

It is executive-produced by Tassie Cameron (“Flashpoint”), Ilana Frank (“The Eleventh Hour,” “Would Be Kings”), David Wellington (“The Eleventh Hour,” “Would Be Kings”), Russ Cochrane and John Morayniss (“Klondike,” “Rogue”) and produced by ICF Films and Entertainment One.

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  1. Dave says:

    If there is such a category, this is a classy “cop” show, with good variety and balance between personal interaction and action, and MIssy is beautiful!

  2. Ginny says:

    What a great show. I happened upon it one Saturday night in its first season and was hooked!

  3. Chelsea says:

    Yay! Love that show!

  4. Susan M says:

    Why does no one mention Ben Bass (Sam Swarek), the real reason most people watch this show.

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