Well we finally have news about the fate of Rookie Blue, although it may not be the resolution that most fans wanted to hear. Global confirmed an announcement Friday made by the show’s producers, that the show is officially over after six seasons on the air.
“The success ofRookie Blue is a testament not only to the extremely talented team of Ilana Frank, Tassie Cameron, David Wellington and studio Entertainment One (eOne), but the electrifying cast that has resonated with legions of fans that have followed the show since Season One,” said Christine Shipton, Senior Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, Shaw Media. “After six seasons the series reached a natural conclusion and this season’s finale was the perfect wrap up for both our rookies and for fans, especially with the marriage of our favourite couple, Sam and Andy.”
For many, the sixth season finale, which saw Andy and Sam tie the knot, served to deliver the emotional closure many wanted from the. The “McSwarek” wedding topped a list of Top 10 Rookie Blue Moments released by Global as well. That official list includes:
1. Finally! Sam and Andy “McSwarek” tie the knot!
2. Handcuffed at the Penny…the Rookies try to get out of a sticky situation
3. Gail and Holly’s budding romance
4. The heartbreaking break-up of Chloe and Dov
5. The love triangle that had fans choosing team Nick or team Sam
6. Every sarcastic quip from Gail
7. A blue time for 15 Division – the death of Detective Jerry Barber
8. Oliver getting the white shirt…and trying to reject it (unsuccessfully!)
9. Three’s company with Rookie roomies Chris, Dov and Gail
10. Sam and Oliver’s epic bromance
Viewers looking to catch up on the final season of Rookie Blue can watch all episodes at GlobalTV.com and Seasons 1-5 are available on shomi.
Are you sad to hear that Rookie Blue is officially done? What are your Top 10 moments? Did they miss one in their list? Sound off in the comments below!
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