The Rookie: Feds
|The Rookie: Feds|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||18|
|Production location||Los Angeles, California|
|Original release||September 27, 2022 –|
The Rookie: Feds is an American police procedural crime drama television series and spin-off of The Rookie. Created by Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter for ABC, the series follows Simone Clark, the oldest rookie in the FBI Academy. Niecy Nash-Betts, Felix Solis, Frankie Faison, Britt Robertson, Kevin Zegers, and James Lesure were cast in starring roles. The series basic premise and its characters were introduced through a two-episode backdoor pilot in The Rookie. It premiered on September 27, 2022.
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Cast and characters
- Niecy Nash-Betts as Special Agent Simone Clark, a former Washington, D.C. school counselor who, at the age of 48, finally achieved her lifelong dream of joining the FBI. After spending her first day with the Los Angeles Field Office's Background Check Unit, she was assigned to SSA Garza's Special Investigative Unit. Her training agent is SA Carter Hope.
- Frankie Faison as Christopher "Cutty" Clark, Simone's father. He was wrongfully convicted when Simone was nine years old and spent eight years in prison before being exonerated. As a leader of the Black Lives Matter movement, he is initially unhappy about his daughter's career change. However, he eventually reconciles with her and allows her to move back in with him.
- James Lesure as Special Agent Carter Hope, a career FBI agent assigned to SSA Garza's Special Investigative Unit. He serves as SA Simone Clark's training agent, and is usually annoyed by Simone's more unorthodox methods. However, he comes to respect her methods as they show success. As the series begins, he and his estranged wife are pursuing a divorce, and he is looking for a promotion to New Orleans to be near his children as his estranged wife looks to relocate.
- Britt Robertson as Special Agent Laura Stensen, a former member of the FBI Behavioral Science Unit now assigned to SSA Garza's Special Investigative Unit. She also serves as SSA Garza's confidant and SA Brendon Acres' training agent. Once the youngest agent of the BSU, she went on leave when she caught her fiancé, Sam, in bed with her best friend. She is hoping to use her time in the Unit as a step towards the career she once had.
- Felix Solis as Supervisory Special Agent Matthew "Matt" Garza, the team leader of the newly formed Special Investigative Unit with the Los Angeles Field Office (which his superiors agreed to let him run but plan to scrap the second his unit fails), intending to focus more on police work than "FBI bureaucratic procedure". He's also dealing with some health issues.
- Kevin Zegers as Special Agent Brendon Acres (birth name Brendon Butkus), Simone's fellow graduate of the FBI Academy who is also assigned to SSA Garza's Special Investigative Unit. His training agent is SA Laura Stensen. Before joining the Bureau, he was an award-winning actor who starred on the popular young-adult television series Vampire Cop for six years. He was pushed into acting by his single father after his mother left the family.
- Michelle Nuñez as Special Agent Elena Flores, the Special Investigative Unit's tech analyst and SSA Garza's niece.
- Devika Bhise as Antoinette Benneteau, an FBI lab tech and Brendon's love interest.
- Courtney Ford as Special Agent in Charge Tracy Chiles, Garza's immediate superior.
- Jessica Betts as DJ, Simone's love interest.
- Thomas Dekker as Eli Reynolds (alias Jeffrey Boyle)
- Eric Roberts as Josh Reynolds, Eli's father.
- Oceanne Iradukunda as Special Agent Simone Clark's Inmate fellow.
- Deniz Akdeniz as Mark Atlas, Laura Stensen's former partner in the BSU.
- Tom Arnold as Miles Butkus, Brendon's manipulative father.
- David Ramsey as Greg Wright
- Dia Nash as Billie, Simone's daughter
- Mateo Pollock as Max, Simone's son
- Wallace Langham as Alan Brady
- Teddy Sears as George Rice
- Donna Mills as Layla Laughlin, a cosmetics businesswoman.
Crossover characters from The Rookie
- Nathan Fillion as Police Officer III John Nolan, the oldest rookie of the LAPD who befriended Simone Clark when she was in Los Angeles.
- Alyssa Diaz as Detective I Angela Lopez, a detective with the LAPD Mid-Wilshire Division.
- Brent Huff as Police Officer III Quigley Smitty, a veteran, but lazy officer with the LAPD Mid-Wilshire Division.
- Melissa O'Neil as Police Officer II Lucy Chen.
- Eric Winter as Sergeant I Tim Bradford.
- Richard T. Jones as Sergeant II Wade Grey
- Shawn Ashmore as Wesley Evers
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Backdoor pilot (2022)
For the backdoor pilot, "No. overall" and "No. in season" refer to the episode's place in the order of episodes of The Rookie.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|73||19||"Simone"||Liz Friedlander||Alexi Hawley & Terence Paul Winter||April 24, 2022||419||3.95|
|Nolan and Chen respond to a call of a suspicious person near a power station, which they quickly realise has a bomb in it. They escape before it detonates. The FBI's Los Angeles division is called in when it is suspected that the bomber belongs to a terrorist cell. When the FBI learns that the suspect, Zeke Freemont, has a connection to trainee Simone Clark, they call her in to assist, but she is soon dismissed. Nolan encourages her to stand up for herself and they find common ground with both having been the oldest trainee. Lead agent Garza calls her in to question Freemont as he only wants to speak to her. He reveals that he built bombs for the bomber, but didn't know what they were for. Lopez and Harper investigate a supposed break in at a professor's house, and with Clarke's help, discover that it was the same suspect as with the bombing, who is later identified as Trevor Gurin, with a classified connection to Groom Lake. With reluctance, Garza takes Clarke on to his team. Through map evidence at the suspect' house and the codeword "Enervo", they deduce that Gurin was former military. He steals further bombs from the National Guard's weapon storage, and initiates his plan to take down the city's infrastructure, starting with the roads.|
|74||20||"Enervo"||Bill Roe||Alexi Hawley & Terence Paul Winter||May 1, 2022||420||4.17|
|The Mid-Wilshire station and the LA Division of the FBI race to stop bombs that have been scattered throughout the city on board separate vans. Deducing that the targets are every freeway, Clarke leads herself and Nolan in the direction of one of the trucks and narrowly sideswipe it just before it reaches a freeway bridge. Grey and Garza take to the skies to get an overview from there, while Bradford, Chen, and LAPD and FBI cavalcades manage to stop the remaining vans, although one still detonates, killing 17 people. Garza and Grey approach the LA CIA station in hopes of help, but its chief, Bill August, turns them down, though he promises to look into the classified file on Gurin. Bradford and Nolan meet one of the former's former associates, Kate Hill, who works for the CIA, who are quick to shut them down, but are shut down by the LAPD in return. Hill reveals that "Enervo" was a black Ops designed to destabilise foreign cities, headed by August and the lead perpetrator being Gurin, whose real name is Ilya Shokorov. Clarke follows a lead with the help of Zeke identifying a Russian chocolate bar Gurin had. She meets him near the aquarium before the two fight before Nolan arrives. They track Shokorov into the aquarium, where he explains that August deserted him and his crew and left them for dead, and his acts of terrorism was revenge against August. Just then, August's men arrive and a shootout endures as they flee outside, where the LAPD and FBI arrive to arrest August's men.|
Season 1 (2022–23)
|No.||Title ||Directed by||Written by ||Original air date ||Prod.|
|1||"Day One"||Bill Roe||Alexi Hawley & Terence Paul Winter||September 27, 2022||101||2.28|
|Simone begins her first official day in the Los Angeles FBI, accompanied by her friend Brendon Acres, a former actor. Brendon is invited to join Garza's new unit, but Simone is initially relegated to the profiling department as Garza's team investigate a man beaten to death during an apparent break-in. Simone is able to get involved in the case when her LAPD contacts alert her to a suspect under arrest linked to a participant in the break-in, which leads to the realisation that the thieves intend to break into the federal reserve. Simone's advice leads to the team's first case being a success, but Garza's supervisor Tracey Childes is still trying to get the unit shut down, to the point of attempting to blackmail Simone's training agent Carter Hope to give her incriminating data on Garza.|
|2||"Face Off"||Michael Goi||Wendy Calhoun||October 4, 2022||102||1.77|
|Simone and Brendon try to pass their first test as agents by getting their first informant. Brendon's attempt to use the bellhop at his hotel lead to him angering a senator, but Simone's recent arrest of a drug dealer leads to them finding an arms dealer on the Most Wanted list who has paid two people to undergo plastic surgery to use as decoys. The team are able to track down the original dealer (who had given himself a new appearance with plastic surgery) and successfully arrest him. Brendon manages to get a new informant when he realises that a film producer he met with during a script read is using his studio to launder dirty money, offering to keep the producer out of prison if he serves as an informant.|
|3||"Star Crossed"||Robert Bella||Nancy Kiu||October 11, 2022||103||1.57|
|Simone and Brandon's first attempt at a surveillance op involves planting cameras in a restaurant where two gangs are about to meet, but the effort is interrupted when their elderly supervising officer dies in his sleep. While they are able to get incriminating evidence on tape, the situation becomes complicated when they return to retrieve the cameras and realise that the families' two children are involved in a relationship before they witness the children being abducted. The subsequent investigation reveals that the daughter of one of the families staged the relationship and the kidnapping to get money of her own, but the deception is exposed. Meanwhile, Laura faces her own complex feelings when her old best friend reveals that she is now engaged to Laura's ex-fiancé, while Simone pursues a secret relationship with the daughter of her father's latest partner.|
|4||"To Die For"||Tori Garrett||Nick Hurwitz||October 18, 2022||104||2.01|
Sociopathic serial killer Rosalind Dyer's death while taken back into LAPD custody sends the FBI team hunting her killer. He's a presumed Dyer accomplice who devises booby-trapped, watery death tanks to kill his victims---including the one from which LAFD officer Bailey Nune was rescued---based upon childhood tortures inflicted by his abusive father (Eric Roberts). While working the case, Laura reunites with a former FBI partner who challenges her as she also grapples with her feelings for him in the wake of her ex-fiancé's betrayal. As well as working the investigation, Simone and Matt each try to encourage Carter to begin moving forward from his broken marriage.|
This episode concludes a crossover event that begins on The Rookie season 5 episode 4.
|5||"Felicia"||Eric Dean Seaton||Stacy A. Littlejohn||October 25, 2022||105||1.87|
|After overseeing the extradition of a witness on the run in the Bahamas, Simone and Carter find themselves trapped and hiding after the local police sell them out to his criminal employers. After getting back to Los Angeles, she and Carter discover that a rogue District Attorney was actually behind the sell out, but are able to neutralize him and recover the evidence needed. Laura and Brendon investigate a cold diamond theft/murder after Elena finds diamonds sewn into her new purse.|
|6||"The Reaper"||Cheryl Dunye||Stephanie Hicks||November 1, 2022||106||1.81|
|Simone and Carter go undercover in a Ventura County jail to gain information from the girlfriend of a sniper. While Simone tries to gain her trust, Carter is recognized by a prisoner whom he busted three years ago. Simone is able to get information about the boyfriend, before she and the team realize that the girlfriend is actually the sniper. After she escapes by posing as a warden, the team races to find out where she is and who her target is. Brendon's father (Tom Arnold) is caught breaking and entering into his storage unit, forcing him to confront his father's behavior. Simone breaks up with DJ after feeling she needs to focus on her career, and that their relationship should not suffer because of that.|
|7||"Countdown"||Cherie Nowlan||Corey Miller||November 15, 2022||107||1.55|
|8||"Standoff"||P.J. Pesce||Amanda Mercedes||November 22, 2022||108||1.74|
|9||"Flashback"||Tessa Blake||Alexi Hawley||November 29, 2022||109||2.47|
|10||"The Silent Prisoner"||Michael Goi||Terence Paul Winter||January 3, 2023||110||3.80|
This episode concludes a crossover event that begins on The Rookie season 5 episode 10.
|11||"Close Contact"||Oz Scott||Teleplay by : Wendy Calhoun & Amanda Mercedes|
Story by : Nancy Kiu
|January 10, 2023||111||2.62|
|12||"Out for Blood"||Lanre Olabisi||Teleplay by : Stacy A. Littlejohn & Stephanie Hicks|
Story by : Nick Hurwitz
|January 17, 2023||112||2.99|
|13||"The Remora"||Michael Goi||Corey Miller||January 24, 2023||113||2.81|
|14||"The Offer"||Jon Huertas||Wendy Calhoun & Nancy Kiu||January 31, 2023||114||3.19|
|15||"Dead Again"||Lanre Olabisi||Stephanie Hicks & Amanda Mercedes||February 14, 2023||115||2.62|
|16||"For Love and Money"||Jean E. Lee||Stacy A. Littlejohn & Nick Hurwitz||February 21, 2023||116||2.60|
|17||"Payback"||Robert Bella||Kate Sargeant||February 28, 2023||117||2.80|
This episode concludes a crossover event that begins on The Rookie season 5 episode 17.
|18||"Seeing Red"||TBA||TBA||March 21, 2023||118||TBD|
|19||"Burn Run"||TBA||TBA||March 28, 2023||119||TBD|
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On February 8, 2022, it was announced that ABC was in the process of developing a spin-off of The Rookie centered around the FBI. It was also reported that the series would be introduced through a two-episode backdoor pilot in the parent series. At the time it was reported ABC was looking to expand its franchises after losing Black-ish, in an effort to compete with NBC's Chicago and Law & Order franchises as well as the FBI and NCIS franchises that air on CBS. On May 13, 2022, it was ordered to series under the title The Rookie: Feds. The Rookie creator Alex Hawley, co-created the series with Terence Paul Winter, both of whom also executive produce alongside Michelle Chapman, Bill Norcross, Corey Miller, star Niecy Nash, and The Rookie star Nathan Fillion. ABC Signature and Entertainment One serve as production companies. Entertainment One will also distribute the series internationally. On October 21, 2022, the series received a full season order, bringing up the season to a total of 22 episodes.
Niecy Nash-Betts was the first to be cast as Simone Clark, "a tour de force and the oldest rookie at the FBI Academy." Kat Foster and Felix Solis were cast in March 2022 to portray Casey Fox and Matthew Garza, five- and twenty-year FBI veterans, respectively. Frankie Faison also joined the cast as Christopher "Cutty" Clark, Simone's father. When the series was ordered it was reported that Foster and her character Fox would not progress past the backdoor pilot. Britt Robertson joined the main cast in June 2022 to play Laura Stensen, a former member of the FBI behavioral analysis unit. Later that month, Kevin Zegers was cast as Brendon Acres, a former actor who recently joined the FBI. The following day, Deadlne reported that James Lesure was also cast as Carter Hope, a former lawyer in the Department of Justice who is now training Clark. In September 2022, it was announced that Jessica Betts, Tom Arnold, Eric Roberts, and Deniz Akdeniz had been cast in guest-starring roles. Nathan Fillion and Alyssa Diaz appeared in the series premiere as John Nolan and Angela Lopez, respectively, their characters from The Rookie.
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When ABC announced its fall schedule for the 2022–23 television season, it was revealed that the series would air on Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET leading out of Bachelor in Paradise. ABC Entertainment President Craig Erwich defended the decision not to pair The Rookie: Feds with The Rookie, by saying that they wanted to keep The Rookie in its Sunday timeslot and that they felt that Bachelor in Paradise would be a strong lead-in for a new series. Erwich also stated that in spite of not airing together, crossovers between The Rookie and The Rookie: Feds would still be possible. The series premiered on September 27, 2022.
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The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an 86% approval rating with an average rating of 7.7/10, based on 7 critic reviews.
|1||"Day One"||September 27, 2022||0.3||2.28||0.3||2.13||0.6||4.31|
|2||"Face Off"||October 4, 2022||0.3||1.77||0.2||1.84||0.5||3.61|
|3||"Star Crossed"||October 11, 2022||0.2||1.57||0.2||1.90||0.5||3.48|
|4||"To Die For"||October 18, 2022||0.3||2.01||0.2||2.09||0.5||4.10|
|5||"Felicia"||October 25, 2022||0.2||1.87||0.2||1.96||0.5||3.83|
|6||"The Reaper"||November 1, 2022||0.3||1.81||0.2||1.76||0.4||3.57|
|7||"Countdown"||November 15, 2022||0.2||1.55||0.3||1.97||0.5||3.51|
|8||"Standoff"||November 22, 2022||0.2||1.74||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|9||"Flashback"||November 29, 2022||0.3||2.47||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|10||"The Silent Prisoner"||January 3, 2023||0.4||3.80||0.3||2.24||0.7||6.03|
|11||"Close Contact"||January 10, 2023||0.3||2.62||0.2||1.88||0.5||4.50|
|12||"Out for Blood"||January 17, 2023||0.4||2.99||0.2||1.67||0.6||4.66|
|13||"The Remora"||January 24, 2023||0.4||2.81||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|14||"The Offer"||January 31, 2023||0.3||3.19||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|15||"Dead Again"||February 14, 2023||0.3||2.62||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|16||"For Love and Money"||February 21, 2023||0.3||2.60||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|17||"Payback"||February 28, 2023||0.3||2.80||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
Source: "The Rookie: Feds", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, March 22nd), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rookie:_Feds.
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