Follow the journey of 12 year old Maya as she joins seasoned ABC journalists as a political journalist covering the 2016 Australian Federal Election for ABC3's Behind the News (BtN).
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Rookie Reporter - Rookie Blue - Netflix
Rookie Blue was a Canadian police drama television series starring Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith. It was created by Morwyn Brebner, Tassie Cameron and Ellen Vanstone. The police drama premiered on June 24, 2010, at 9:00 p.m. Eastern/8:00 p.m. Central, and aired on Global in Canada and ABC in the United States. On July 17, 2013, Global and ABC announced that Rookie Blue was renewed for a fifth season. Originally intended to be a single season consisting of 22 episodes (up from the usual 13), the season was split in two, with ET Canada at first announcing that the first half would premiere on July 17, and the other half “at a later date”. Season 5 premiered on May 19 on Global, on June 19 on ABC, and on July 20 on Universal Channel in the UK. Global's early premiere marked the first time that the series aired on separate dates in Canada and the U.S. On October 16, 2015, it was announced that Rookie Blue had completed its run after six seasons and would not be returning.
Rookie Reporter - Plot - Netflix
There's something really primal about the idea of being a rookie—it hits that horrible, eternal sense of feeling like a fraud, like a kid dressed in grown-up clothes, trying to pretend you know what you're doing. And I thought, what if you were feeling just like that—but with a gun? —Tassie Cameron, Executive Producer
Set in Toronto, the series follows the lives of five rookie cops from fictional 15 Division who have just graduated from the academy. Training's over, life begins. They must learn not only to deal with their duties as police officers, but also deal with the problems and expectation of their families and friends. They are first responders and they are about to learn that no amount of training prepares you for life. “To serve, protect and...” is usually used in the parade room before shift starts by the cop leading the reunion. It always has a significant meaning in the episode plot or context. The one they use more often though is “to serve, protect and don't screw up”. It has been described as Grey's Anatomy in the world of rookie cops.
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