Trying to decide which shows will make it into your summer couch potato sessions? You may want to consider 'Rookie Blue', a new cop show being billed as the 'Grey's Anatomy' for the 5-0. The show follows five rookie officers as they struggle to learn the ins and outs of what it takes to be a cop in the big city. Naturally, emotions run high and sexual tensions mount.
We stopped by the 'Rookie Blue' set, located in a non-descript warehouse on the eastern outskirts of Toronto's downtown core, to scope things out. We found lots of cops (both actors and the real deal) and rat traps big enough to house a family of raccoons. We also tracked down two of the show's stars: Missy Peregrym ('Reaper', 'Heroes'), who plays super-keener Andy McNally, and Gregory Smith ('Everwood'), who plays the wise-cracking thrill-seeker Dov Epstein. The stars filled us in on everything you need to know about 'Rookie Blue'.
This Isn't Your Average Cop Show
You're probably thinking, 'That's just what the world needs. Another cop show.' But before you write off 'Rookie Blue', consider this: The show isn't just another whodunit. "The show is very character-driven," says Peregrym. "This could be procedural, but it's not. It's really about the relationships." Besides, the main character is a woman, which definitely goes against the typical cop-show grain.
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