LIVE TWITTER CHAT WITH "ROOKIE BLUE" STAR ERIC JOHNSON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4
Fans of ABC's popular summer drama series, "Rookie Blue," will be able to submit questions and receive real-time responses from Eric Johnson, who plays Detective Luke Callaghan. He will be up on Twitter at @EricJJohnson79 during the West Coast broadcast of the show on THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, from 10:00-11:00 p.m., PT. Johnson will also offer commentary on the exciting action taking place, as well as behind-the-scenes anecdotes.
On Thursday's episode, "The One That Got Away," Andy is worried that her personal problems are clouding her professional judgment when a woman is brutally attacked on her watch. Detective Luke Callaghan is convinced that it's the same suspect when the details of assault are alarmingly similar to the unsolved murder of a rookie. Ironically, Andy is caught between dueling theories of the crimes - one supported by Luke, the other by Jo Rosati. But when Luke is booted from the investigation because of erratic behavior, he tries to get Andy to follow through on his hunch - putting her in serious danger.
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"Rookie Blue," now in its second season, follows five young and ambitious rookie cops as they continue to navigate the emotional trials and tribulations of their professional and personal lives. Last summer these rookies hit the streets for the first time with their training officers and learned how to walk the thin blue line. Now the training wheels are off - more experienced, they're ready to kick some serious butt. But these rookies are just beginning to realize there are no shortcuts to becoming good at this job. And when you're a rookie officer, a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
"Rookie Blue" stars Missy Peregrym as Andy McNally, Gregory Smith as Dov Epstein, Charlotte Sullivan as Gail Peck, Enuka Okuma as Traci Nash, Travis Milne as Chris Diaz, Ben Bass as Sam Swarek and Eric Johnson as Detective Luke Callaghan. Also starring in the series is Melanie Nicholls-King as Noelle Williams, Matt Gordon as Oliver Shaw, Noam Jenkins as Detective Jerry Barber and Lyriq Bent as Frank Best.
The series is executive-produced by Tassie Cameron, Ilana Frank, Noreen Halpern, John Morayniss and David Wellington. It's produced by Thump Inc. and Entertainment One.