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Rookie Blue Renewed For Another Season

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    The summer police drama will return for Season 4 in the US and Canada.

ABC and Canada's Global Television have renewed drama Rookie Blue for a fourth season. The cop series has gained a loyal following during its summer airings since debuting in June 2010. Like last season's pickup, the news comes just a few episodes into the show's current season.

Although the number of episodes is not known at this time, expect Season 4 of Rookie Blue to be its typical 13, which has been the standard for all three seasons so far. A Summer 2013 return is also expected.

(Source: TV Guide)

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It seems that this show implies that everyone on the show is involved with another cop.... guess we breed extra horny police in Toronto :)

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