Articles for Dark Blue Season 1

Slated to premiere in TNT for the summer, undercover police drama Dark Blue is reportedly "fast-paced" and comes from CSI and Without a Trace producer Jerry Bruckheimer.  The rookie series stars Golden Globe winner Dylan McDermott from The Practice, Logan marshall-Green of The OC, Omari Hardwick of Saved, and Nicki Aycox of Supernatural, an undercover team of police officers that is so covert many of their own colleagues don‘t even know they are involved.McDermott plays Carter Shaw, "deeply wounded" after losing his wife and much of his former life, and struggling to bring down bad guys through complex undercover assignments.  Hardwick appears as Ty Curtis, who recently married and finds himself struggling with personal relationships precisely because of his undercover work.  Marshall-Green, meanwhile, plays Dean Bendis, a "shoot-from-the-hip" officer whose activities leave some of his team members suspecting if he has gone over to the bad side.  Lastly, Aycox plays Jaimie Allen, a "green" patrol cop with useful lying skills. Read more »
As if his CSI franchise is not enough, prolific producer Jerry Bruckheimer has yet another police drama up his sleeve, and this time, it‘s on cable. Dark Blue, a "fast-paced" undercover police drama," premieres tonight on TNT, following the exploits of a crack undercover team of police officers who are so covert that even some of their colleagues have no idea they are involved. On Dark Blue, Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) is a "deeply wounded" character who has lost his wife and much of his former life as he struggles to bring down bad guys through complex undercover assignments. His team includes recently married cop Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick), who struggles with keeping personal relationships amidst his undercover job; morally ambiguous Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green), whose activities make team members wonder if he‘s gone over to the bad side; and young female officer Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox), who is onboard for being an excellent liar. Read more »