Finally, after months of speculation, fans of the Canadian cop drama series, “Rookie Blue,” which has gone on for six seasons and has aired as well in the United States on ABC every summer, know the fate of the show, as the announcement just came out late week. Read on to learn more about the fate of “Rookie Blue.”
According to TV Line and The Hollywood Reporter, Shaw Media, Producers Entertainment One and ABC announced late last week that the previous season, the sixth season of the series, that aired early this summer, was “Rookie Blue’s” last season.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, this decision comes hand in hand with the fact that the producers and writers of the show, according to series creator Ilana Frank, have realized that the series has come to a “natural conclusion,” and that the final episode of the season nicely wrapped up most of the major storylines of the show.
The sixth season finale saw Officer Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) finally tying the knot with long time boyfriend Detective Sam Swarek (Ben Bass).
Apart from this, Officer Dov Epstein (Gregory Smith) was promoted, as he was now in training to be a detective; Detective Tracy Nash (Enuka Okuma) became the head of the Gang Unit; Officer Nick Collins (Peter Mooney) decided to pursue a relationship with Internal Affairs Officer Juliet Ward (Erin Karpluk) in Vancouver; Oliver Shaw (Matt Gordon) retook his position as Staff Sergeant of the 15th Division.
Moreover, Officers Gail Peck (Charlotte Sullivan), Andy, Chloe Price (Priscilla Faia) and Chris Diaz (Travis Milne) became training officers with their own rookies to train.
Do you think that all of the story lines were able to get wrapped up in the sixth season? What else would have wanted to see if there was a seventh season? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Photo Source:Facebook/Rookie Blue