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James Gunn gave the role of Guy Gardner to his frequent collaborator Nathan Fillion without much thought. For Fillion, playing a Green Lantern in DCU is almost a childhood dream come true. It is not the Castle star’s first time playing the Green Lantern role in DC. He has given voice to Hal Jordan in several DC animated projects.

Fillion had opened up about playing the DC character in live-action movies in the past. It was clear from his comments that he never expected one to come his way, which makes Gunn’s casting even more special.

I’ve added HD Screencaptures of Nathan Fillion in The Rookie season 6 episode 4 to 10 to Nathan Fillion Online’s Photogallery. Head over to check out the complete set. Thanks to Peggy for donating them to us!

Both The Rookie and Will Trent, which have aired their finales, won’t return with their new seasons until 2025. But here’s why that’s a good-ish thing for fans of either show.

ABC’s fall schedule for the 2024-25 season features a Tuesday line-up of Dancing With the Stars leading into the new drama High Potential. Neither Will Trent nor The Rookie are anywhere to be seen, held as they both are for “midseason.”

The good news, though, is that once the two dramas return, they’ll do so in non-stop runs (of 18 episodes each, TVLine hears).

The Rookie and Will Trent are two of the cornerstones of our schedule,” Craig Erwich, president, Disney Television Group, told TVLine when explaining the decision to hold both for midseason. “The Rookie is an amazing story, where at this point in its life cycle [six seasons in] it continues to grow. We see not just the current season but past seasons drive a tremendous amount of viewing on Hulu.

“And Will Trent is probably one of the bigger breakout dramas of the last two years,” Erwich continued. “It felt like the best way to platform those shows for success was to launch them in January, when we have this huge promotional platform in New Years Rockin’ Eve as well as college sports and Christmas programming, and also to give these shows an uninterrupted run.

“They’re going to go straight through,” with no breaks/reruns, Erwich reiterated, “and that kind of momentum of original episodes week-in and week-out is just a very powerful engine for both of these shows.”

The Rookie Season 6 ended on a high note, and Season 7 will have several stories to explore. ABC renewed the show for a new season while the sixth was airing, guaranteeing more of Mid Wilshire in the 2024/2025 TV season. The caveat is that fans must wait until mid-season to watch new episodes. Even if the show won’t air until 2025, production is not slowing down. Showrunner Alexi Hawley revealed to TV Line that production for Season 7 is set to begin early next month, saying, “Early June, we get right back into it.”

This is a great update because it confirms what Eric Winter told Hello Magazine about Season 7. “There would be too many gaps, and the fans don’t love that. So they’re really trying to put us in a lineup where we can give eight episodes in a row with no interruption, and so I appreciate it for that reason,” he said while talking about the delayed season. With production kicking off this early, the show will have enough episodes completed to guarantee an uninterrupted season.

‘The Rookie’ Season 7 Will Be Bigger Than Previous Seasons

Just by the sheer number of major villains Season 7 must deal with, it will have a lot cut for it. Hawley talked to TV Insider about what fans can expect in the upcoming season regarding the villains and personal arcs for the characters. He teased Jason as the biggest threat to the show because he means harm to Bailey, saying, “I think Jason’s probably the most immediate problem. I can’t necessarily comment on Oscar and Monica yet, but I think obviously Jason is the one with the most specific, the most harmful intent towards anybody on our show at the moment.”

The season will have more undercover stories because Nyla is a seasoned undercover detective who has been greatly underutilized this season. Lucy has also grown to become a great undercover asset. Hawley talked about exploring these characters, saying “Mekia does such great work with that and obviously undercover’s a thing on our show, Lucy is into it. So yeah, we’re definitely going to go down that road in Season 7.”

But what about the Harper-Lopez duo that fans have come to love? Hawley teased more of that, saying,

“I can do anything with them. That’s the joy with this cast and especially them is they have such a depth, they can play funny, they can play emotional, they can play stakes, they can kick a door. All that stuff is a possibility, but yet they’re very different people and they’re very different characters.”

Hawley knows that they “have some big shoes to fill after season six” and teases “an episode every week that just really keeps you on the edge of your seat.”

The Rookie returns in 2025. Catch up now on Hulu in the US.



9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT – The Rookie: “Escape Plan” (610) (Season Finale)
Logline: Sgt. Grey helps the team prepare for their biggest mission yet. Meanwhile, Aaron, Lopez, Celina, Tim and Smitty discover a surprising connection in their case.

(TV-14, LV) Watch episodes next day on Hulu.

9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT – The Rookie: “Punch Card” (608)
Logline: After a mafia-related mass casualty, the team is tasked to keep the peace at the hospital. Lucy and Celina work together to investigate the suspects behind the attack. Meanwhile, Tim and Aaron embark on a metro ops mission.

(TV-14, V) Watch episodes next day on Hulu.

The police procedural starring Nathan Fillion continues to be a steady performer for the network.

ABC has renewed its drama series The Rookie for a seventh season in 2024-25. The police procedural starring Nathan Fillion — which passed the 100-episode mark earlier this season — continues to draw decent-sized audiences for the network, even as it has outlived its title.

The Rookie is so named because at the show’s outset, Fillion’s John Nolan is the oldest rookie in the Los Angeles Police Department. Six seasons in, Nolan’s rookie status is long gone, but he “has used his life experience, determination and sense of humor to keep up with rookies 20 years his junior,” as ABC puts it in the season six logline. Mekia Cox, Alyssa Diaz, Richard T. Jones, Melissa O’Neil, Eric Winter, Jenna Dewan, Shawn Ashmore, Tru Valentino and Lisseth Chavez also star.

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