The Rookie, April 30, 2024, ABC, “Crushed”

The Rookie

The Rookie is back with a new episode on ABC on Tuesday April 30, that sees the team facing a challenging situation as they search for two missing teenagers and race to uncover the truth behind their disappearance. Meanwhile, Lopez and Harper embark on a different kind of investigation, leaving behind the world of crime-solving for now as they navigate the complexities of finding the perfect nanny.

In the seventh episode of its sixth season, The Rookie continues to explore the lives and challenges faced by the Los Angeles Police Department’s oldest rookie, John Nolan, and his team. With a strong start to the season, the series has maintained its engaging narrative and impressive viewership, solidifying its position as a quality police procedural drama.

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In “Crushed,” the team dynamics will be tested as they unite to find the missing girls. While the team tackles this daunting task, Lopez and Harper, played by Alyssa Diaz and Mekia Cox, respectively, shift their focus to a more personal endeavour—finding a nanny. Their investigation takes them away from the intense world of crime-solving, allowing them to explore the challenges of balancing their demanding careers with the complexities of family life.

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The Rookie: Crushed airs on ABC at 9.00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

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