Rookie Blue returns to Global on Thursday, May 21, but we got a sneak peek at the newest gallery images, and well, we just couldn’t help but share them.
As the network perviously announced:
“Season 6 promises to take the raucous rollercoaster ride to new heights with nail-biting storylines, curveballs abound and a heavy dose of romance and heartbreak.
ROOKIE BLUE, SEASON 6 – Thursday, May 21 at 9 pm ET/PT
Last season the officers at 15 Division unearthed their sins of the past – dug through it, aired it out, and paved the way to move forward. They have all grown and are more resilient than ever. This season, they will have to learn to embrace living in the gray areas, because life is complicated and the best laid plans are just that. But sometimes it’s the unpredictable things life throws our way that turn out to be exactly what we need.”
What do you think of the new images? Comment below or via @tv_eh.
Survivorman: Finding Bigfoot, OLN – “Survivorman Bigfoot: Tennessee”
Things get weird when Les Stroud tracks Bigfoot in the smoky mountains of Tennessee.
Big Brother Canada, Global
It’s Eviction night in the Big Brother Canada house. Who will be sent packing? Who will become HOH?
Hockey Wives, W Network – “Pop ups and Power Plays” season finale
Noureen is coming face to face with the realities of what lies ahead, and Tiffany’s dishing out the naked truth while she dressed up Toronto in Plain Threads.
From Lesley Goldberg of The Hollywood Reporter:
‘Vikings’ Bulks Up With Three New Regulars for Season 4
Following its deadly third season, History’s Vikings is adding three new series regulars to its cast.
Finnish actors Peter Franzen (The Gunman) and Jasper Paakkonen (Frozen Land, Secret Lives) as well as Dianne Doan(Once Upon a Time) have joined the drama series created by Michael Hirst, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Continue reading.
From LaToya Ferguson of The A.V. Club:
With sophisticated ignorance and unexpected heart, Schitt’s Creek finds riches
Based on the title, it’s easy to assume that Schitt’s Creek is a low-brow toilet-humor factory, completely unbefitting of Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara’s combined talents. But instead of relying on oh-so-easy juvenile gags (some still come into play, especially in the pilot), Schitt’s Creek is a show of witty zingers, which grow progressively more melodramatic with every passing episode.
Surprisingly, the MVPs of the series aren’t Eugene Levy (who is more of a straight man) and O’Hara. Their characters both have their moments—especially O’Hara’s—but it’s Murphy and the younger Levy who are the true stars of the show. Even though all of the Roses are detached from the real world, it is the kids whose sheltered upbringing prevents them from fully understand their new surrounding and drives most of the show’s humor. Continue reading.
Escape or Die!, OLN – “Deadly Dallas Draft”
Everything’s bigger in Texas, including the beer cans. Houdini almost died attempting to escape from chains while submerged in a can filled with beer, and now Dean is on a mission to outdo him – adding more chains and more beer.
Illusions of Grandeur, OLN – “Philadelphia”
Zack Mirza performs magic on the streets of Philadelphia and uncovers the legacy of the man who inspired Houdini and the Wizard of Oz.
Game of Homes, W Network – season finale
The team whose finished house is voted the best wins their house and a plot of land to put it on.