The Full Wiki

More info on Dark Blue (TV series)

Dark Blue (TV series): Map


Wikipedia article:

Map showing all locations mentioned on Wikipedia article:

Dark Blue is an action/drama television series which premiered on TNT on July 15, 2009, at 10/9c. It revolves around a group of undercover police in Los Angelesmarker.


Carter Shaw (played by Dylan McDermott) is the head of a crack undercover team of LAPD officers who are so covert, many of their own colleagues do not even know they are involved. His team includes a recently married cop (played by Omari Hardwick from TNT’s Saved) who struggles with personal relationships he has developed while undercover; a shoot-from-the-hip officer (played by Logan Marshall-Green) whose activities make fellow team members wonder if he has gone over to the bad side; and a callow patrolwoman (played by Nicki Aycox) brought in because of her excellent skill in lying and her shady past.


Dark Blue comes to TNT from Warner Horizon Television, with prolific producer Jerry Bruckheimer who produced CSI and its spin-offs, as well as Without A Trace; Jonathan Littman, Danny Cannon, and Doug Jung serving as executive producers. KristieAnne Reed is co-executive producer. Cannon directed the pilot episode, which attracted 3.5 million viewers. The season finale was watched by 1.61 million viewers, a series low. The first season average was 2.589 million viewers.



List of Dark Blue Episodes


Since the premiere, the series has gained mixed reviews. Verne Gay of Newsday praised the series, saying "This is a solid and particularly well-produced cop show--and should be, with Jerry Bruckheimer topping the credits--although we take off points for extreme violence..."; he gave the show 83 out of 100. Philadelphia Inquirer′s Jonathan Storm gave it 70 out of 100, saying "If you're looking for unencumbered tough-guy entertainment, you won't be disappointed." Mary McNamara at the Los Angeles Times also gave the series a 70, saying "It's going to take more than an unshaven cheek and a few hollow coughs to make the character real, but Dark Blue's great supporting cast and high production values may buy its star enough time to disappear as effectively into his role as his undercover team disappears into theirs." The Boston Globe, however, criticized the show, saying "The characters are not especially dimensional, and McDermott's flat edginess as Carter doesn't help. But what's worse about Dark Blue is the sloppy plotting."

International broadcasting

Country Television Network
Denmarkmarker Kanal 5
Netherlandsmarker Veronica
Polandmarker AXN
Bulgariamarker PRO.BG
Turkeymarker Dizimax

Notes and references

  1. Official website at TNT
  2. About Dark Blue on TNT's website

External links

Embed code:

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address