The Jennifer Lopez drama nabs Season 2.
February 5, 2016
NBC announced today that mid-season replacement Shades of Blue has been renewed for a second season. The freshman drama, which stars Jennifer Lopez in her first lead role in a scripted prime time series, premiered in early January and has drawn solid ratings through its first five episodes.
Season 1 of Shades of Blue is currently airing on Thursday nights, and is slated to run for 13 episodes. No details on Season 2 have been released at this time.
04/01/16 at 01:07pm
I really like this show, glad it's renewed.
03/16/16 at 02:11pm
This story line is so predictable - plus Jennifer Lopez is not doing such a good acting job. It is an unbelievable premise. Plus, I agree with others that putting a gay character in did not add a thing to the story.
02/16/16 at 07:06am
I second the comments on having a gay character adds nothing to the show, they had to be politically correct as all shows are required to address the gay cause. The story line is predictable and not all that interesting. I have kept watching in hopes the writers will find their audience but so far a big miss.
Surprised it was picked up for a second season when so many better shows have been axed.
This is all the more reason to watch reruns of "Hill Street Blues" on H&I.
02/15/16 at 06:40pm
Mediocre at best. Gave up after episode 4 because of how boring it was. J-low's part is boring and predictable and Ray Liotta's just creeps me out. I don't mind if there are gay characters in a tv show but after seeing Ray Liotta in Goodfellas and seeing him being in other bad ass character parts in other movies, seeing him as a gay cop really creeps me out.
02/10/16 at 07:32am
Looking at the ratings tells the story. Episode 3 revealed that Ray Liotta's character is Gay, Episode 4 dropped in viewer, it also had a scene with Liottas character in a gay act, Episode 4 dropped even further after that.
The Season 2 pickup was a mistake as the ratings will further drop like a rock as they are now after that reveal.
02/08/16 at 11:00pm
2 stars, the rest can be knocked off without anyone blinking
02/08/16 at 10:20pm
This show has been a struggle to watch. I keep waiting for something interesting - and its not there. Ray's character being gay is for 'gayness' on the show. It adds ***nothing*** to the plot line whatsoever. Jlo's character is unlikable at a minimum. The Fed is overly creepy, in some attempt to make him interesting.. and is not. His partner must be the most uninteresting Asian character ever written.. and a waste of screen time. Supporting cops are stupid and not believable.
The show is woefully unbelievable.. if they were all having affairs (with each other), cheating, working with criminals, hiding 'gay' proclivities - there would be no NEED for undercover work. Its simply not believable.
There are/were much better shows and this is clearly being catered to the lowest common denominator..
02/07/16 at 09:16pm
Paul Hall nailed it. I can't stand JLo for the same reasons. I have also heard she is very difficult to work with. It's no surprise, really. This show is only so-so
02/07/16 at 12:14pm
lopez has nothing else to do so that's why shes doing this.She's a terrible everything.
02/07/16 at 06:33am
The only reason this show was picked up for a 2nd season is Lopez and the weight she carries in the entertainment industry. Liotta's character is predictable. Ms. Lopez is a so so actress (B); no depth to her performances. Since the TV is my only form of entertainment and I am NOT a talent or reality show person, I guess at the age of 70 I will have to learn how to knit.
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