The Ride AlongThe Rookie : Season 1 Episode 7
On October 26, 2017, ABC announced a straight-to-series order for The Rookie, starring Castle star Nathan Fillion, and written by Castle executive producer and co-showrunner Alexi Hawley. Fillion and Hawley serve as executive producers, along with Mark Gordon, Nicholas Pepper, Michelle Chapman, and Jon Steinberg. The series is produced by ABC Studios and The Mark Gordon Company, and premiered on October 16, 2018. On November 5, 2018, The Rookie was picked up for full season of 20 episodes. On May 10, 2019, ABC renewed the series for a second season which premiered on September 29, 2019. On October 28, 2019, the series received a full season order of 20 episodes for the second season.
The Ride AlongThe Rookie : Season 1 Episode 7
On February 8, 2022, ABC ordered a pilot for a planned FBI spin-off of the series starring Niecy Nash. It was introduced in a two-episode backdoor pilot during the fourth season. On March 9, 2022, Kat Foster and Felix Solis joined the cast of the spin-off. Also that month, Frankie Faison joined the cast. On May 13, 2022, ABC gave a series order under the title The Rookie: Feds. It was then reported that the series had undergone creative tweaks that cut Foster's character, Special Agent Casey Fox. In June 2022, Britt Robertson, Kevin Zegers and James Lesure joined the cast as series regulars.
The Rookie is an American police procedural television series created for ABC by Alexi Hawley. The series follows John Nolan, a man in his forties, who becomes the oldest rookie at the Los Angeles Police Department. The series is produced by ABC Studios and Entertainment One; it is based on real-life Los Angeles Police Department officer William Norcross, who moved to Los Angeles in 2015 and joined the department in his mid-40s. In May 2021, the series was renewed for a fourth season which premiered on September 26, 2021. On March 30, 2022, ABC renewed the series for a fifth season which premiered on September 25, 2022.
Season 3, Episode 10: The Kansas City Chiefs travel to Texas in Week 15 to take on the Houston Texans for a chance to win seven straight AFC West titles. The game goes into overtime but the Chiefs are able to pull out a win 30-24 thanks to a fumble recovery by Willie Gay Jr. and a long touchdown run by Jerick McKinnon. Rookie cornerback Trent McDuffie utilizes his day off to watch film and take notes on the upcoming opponent, the Seattle Seahawks. He reflects on his rookie year and prepares for the Chiefs Rookie Graduation. The graduation is also attended by the whole rookie class including George Karlaftis, Skyy Moore, Isiah Pacheco, and Bryan Cook. Winter weather strikes Kansas City as Christmas Eve falls on the Chiefs Kingdom. The Seattle Seahawks roll into GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium as the teams face-off in week 16. The Chiefs are victorious 24-10 due in part to incredible play by Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs defense who keep quarterback Geno Smith in check. Following the game Andy Reid is gifted a Christmas present of a double cheeseburger by Travis Kelce and the team. Trey Smith takes time this holiday season with his sister following the game and go to lunch at Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue. This episode features music by GRIZ.
Season 3, Episode 4: As the Chiefs begin their 2022 campaign, defensive end Mike Danna reflects on his journey to the gridiron. Then, the Chiefs travel to Glendale to take on the Arizona Cardinals. Safety Justin Reid lobbies Coach Andy Reid to let him put his kicking capabilities to the test in a real game. When kicker Harrison Butker sustains an injury, Reid's talents are put to the test as the emergency kicker. The Chiefs breeze past the Cardinals to open the NFL season. On a short week, the team prepares to take on Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers in the first ever Thursday Night game on Amazon Prime. Down by ten points in the second half, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs rally to a victory over their division rival on the back of the longest go-ahead pick six in NFL history from rookie Jaylen Watson. Jaylen Watson chronicles his journey from a small junior college to the biggest stage in the NFL.
Season 2, Episode 12: On this episode of The Franchise, we fight to secure seeding in the 2021 NFL Playoffs as the regular season comes to a close. We wrap up our home campaign against the Pittsburgh Steelers, then compete in two tough road trips against the Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos. Tyrann Mathieu, Travis Kelce, Mecole Hardman, and Frank Clark reflect on the end of the season and The Athletic's Nate Taylor breaks down end-of-season seeding scenarios.
Season 2, Episode 7: In this episode of The Franchise, we move on from a toss loss against the Buffalo Bills and prepare for a matchup with the Washington Football Team. We meet up with rookie offensive lineman Trey Smith at the YMCA Challenger Fantasy Camp and catch up with running back Darrel Williams after being thrust into a starting role. Finally, we take a tour of defensive lineman Alex Okafor's closet as he packs for the trip to Washington.
Season 2, Episode 4: On this episode of The Franchise presented by GEHA, we sit down with Head Coach Andy Reid as we end the preseason at the newly christened GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, with the Chiefs squaring off against the Minnesota Vikings. We take a tour of Juan Thornhill's jersey collection and recap how his long road to recovery is finally coming to an end. And we catch up with the newest addition to the 53 man roster, Jody Fortson as he details his journey to make the 2021 Kansas City Chiefs.
Season 2, Episode 3: On this episode of The Franchise presented by GEHA, we go on the field with Head Coach Andy Reid as the team concludes training camp in St. Joseph, we attempt to catch some fish with 2nd year punter Tommy Townsend, get up close with newly acquired running back Jerick McKinnon, and see what long snapper James Winchester has in store for the last days of Chiefs camp. Finally, we step into the booth with defensive lineman Khalen Saunders also known as Sir Bink$. And as the preseason kicks off we relive the best sights and sounds from the first two weeks of the preseason.
Season 2, Episode 2: With training camp now underway, we get a look at an Andy Reid led practice through the eyes of quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Then, we spend an off day at the lanes with 3rd year wide receiver and amateur bowler Mecole Hardman. Finally, we sit down with rookie linebacker Nick Bolton as he discusses how his first training camp is going and his hopes for his 1st season in the NFL.
This week on The Franchise, presented by GEHA, we relive some of the best moments from the Chiefs 4-0 start to the 2019 season. Then we head off the field to catch up with Chiefs receivers' Demarcus Robinson and Mecole Hardman to talk about their hot start to the season and what it's like to play in one of the league's most explosive offenses. Finally we catch a ride into work with defensive lineman Chris Jones to get the inside scoop on "Sack Nation."
This is quite a stretch of the truth. From a broad overview, the Lakers lost roughly one-third of their pre-Westhead games that season, just as they did in his first month or so as coach. The Lakers beat the Pistons 138-122 at their Dec. 14 match-up. They beat the Indiana Pacers in that first game shown in the episode by an even wider margin of 127-104.
Our guest today will be a rookie in the 50th running of the Iditarod. After working a summer job in Alaska, she met her husband, Iditarod musher, Jeff Deeter. We are excited for you to hear her journey to the Iditarod. Enjoy this episode with KattiJo Deeter.blacksprucedogsledding.com/meet-the-people/
Welcome to our 5th season. This year is the 50th anniversary of the Iditarod and we are going to be having guests share stories of the Iditarod from the last 50 years. Our guest today will start our season off with the story of how the Iditarod began. Enjoy this episode with Katie Mangelsdorf.
This is our last episode of this season. We just want to give a huge shout out to you all for persevering through this extremely challenging year. This episode we will be talking about an Iditarod finisher who has persevered through quite a bit in her life. She also has received the Red Lantern award both in 2015 and 2017, which is a symbol of perseverance. Please enjoy this episode with Cindy Abbott.
Our guest on this episode is the Chief Operations Officer for the Iditarod Sled Dog Race. He also has recently been working with the Iditarod Education Department, which he is very excited about. On this episode we talk with him about Iditarod rookies and the mandatory rookie meeting. Please have a listen to our episode with Chas St. George.
Curiously, in a season two episode, "Obsession," Lt. Leslie actually DID die, thanks to a red corpuscle-eating cloud, but Paskey turned up again later in that same episode, and in 20 more, with no real explanation as to why. (It was, after all, a science fiction show.) Paskey would later claim, in a 2004 online post, that the original script had a scene of Leslie being brought back to life, but it was never filmed.
Season Finale - A quarterback and center's relationship is probably the tightest on a football team, and the ride that Justin Herbert and Dan Feeney took in 2020 only grew stronger as the year went on. Here's Feeney celebrating Herbert's keeper TD in the season finale. The joy on his face is unmistakable as was the excitement to close out the season with four-straight wins. - Mike Nowak/Los Angeles Chargers
On the ninth episode of ALL IN Season 2, go all-access on how the Chargers clinched their first playoff spot since 2018. Take a deep dive into the defensive resurgence that powered this postseason push, including how the Bolts stymied two of the most explosive offenses in the league.
On the sixth episode of ALL IN Season 2, go all-access on the LA Chargers' gritty 2022 season as they power through a slew of injuries to a 5-3 record and the mentality Head Coach Brandon Staley has instilled in his team. 041b061a72