‘Shades of Blue’: Watch the First Trailer for Jennifer Lopez’s NBC Cop Drama

Shades of Blue Trailer Jennifer Lopez
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The lines between good cop and bad cop are blurred in the first look at Jennifer Lopez’s upcoming NBC drama “Shades of Blue,” which Lopez debuted on her Facebook page Sunday ahead of the show’s January premiere.

The show stars Lopez as Harlee Santos, an FBI agent who’s been assigned to an anti-corruption task force. The footage shows Lopez being questioned as to whether she’s an FBI informant or not and further complications as she tries to do her job and be a single mother to her daughter. Ray Liotta co-stars.

“A Rat!,” Liotta yells at one point. “An FBI informant on my team!”

Drea de Matteo, Vincent Laresca and Gino Anthony Pesi also star. The 13-episode series, created by Adi Hasak, from Universal Television was given a straight-to-series order last year.

Lopez, Barry Levinson, Jack Orman, Adi Hasak, Ryan Seacrest, Nina Wass, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas and Benny Medina exec produce.

“Shades of Blue” will debut on NBC on Jan. 14. Watch the full trailer below.

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  1. Jon says:

    Not impress with the premiere episode. I keep picturing Lopez as an American Idol judge. Should have made this in to a tv movie. It don’t think this series is going the distance.

  2. I know O WILL FO A GREAT JOB , CANT WAIT TO SEE PREMIER!

  3. Margaret Opine says:

    should be a movie not a series because people don’t need to see well done shifty cop drama. I say they will get enuff quickly.

  4. James says:

    The plot looks really good.

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