Once again, Rookie Blue has received some good news about its future early on in the current season: it has been renewed. The series has just begun its second season, and just like last year, it has already received word it will return for more.
Season 3 is a go
One of the series stars, Missy Peregrym, who plays Andy McNally, the rookie officer now engaged to Luke (but they're part of that love triangle with Sam) and who seems to get into trouble with each episode (just look at the sneak peek for the next episode, "Heart & Sparks") has tweeted exciting news for fans of the series: "Rookie Blue is going for a third season thanks to all of you! Dkdkdnfjskdndkssksmsksj (that's my cheer)"
It's no surprise it was renewed early; the same thing happened last season, when it was renewed for a second season after just three episodes. Well, the same thing happened this season, as it's slated to air its fourth episode Thursday. Though it is a procedural drama and each week, the officers have a case to solve, it also focuses just enough on each character to give viewers some information about their personal lives without taking away from their professional ones. In fact, most of the time, the two overlap, and it allows them to give tidbits about both aspects of the officers' lives.
Are you excited to hear there will be a third season of Rookie Blue?
Â© Meredith Jacobs 2011