Shades of Blue season 3
TV channel: NBC
Original release: January 7, 2016 – present
About TV show Shades of Blue season 3
Harlee Santos (Jennifer Lopez) is a single mother, but she does not stop her from pursuing a dangerous job. As a police officer in New York she regularly puts her life at risk. However, it does not always take it very precisely with the law itself. Just like her colleagues from the unit of her friend Lieutenant Lieutenant Matt Wozniak (Ray Liotta), she sacked every now and then from all sorts of criminals to afford the school education of her daughter. In the case of such a handing over of money, however, she is caught by the FBI on a deliberate day and is faced with a delicate choice. Either she goes to jail, where her daughter is finally left alone, or she collects evidence for Wozniak's corrupt machinations. She decides reluctantly for the latter, and she soon becomes in great danger.
The development of the television series was first announced in 2014. In February 2015, NBC ordered a first season with 13 episodes. At the same time, Jennifer Lopez was given the lead role. The executive producer of the series is the American television producer Ryan Seacrest. The shooting for the first season began in June 2015 in New York City.
On 28 October 2015 it was announced that the series will be on 14 January 2016. She takes the radio station of the series The Player, which was only launched in the autumn of 2015 and whose episodes have been reduced to nine episodes. A short time later, the start was scheduled for 7 January 2016. The premiere attracted 8.55 million viewers and thus celebrated a strong prelude. But already the following week the series lost nearly two million viewers.
On February 5, 2016, the series was extended by a second season, which will take place on March 5, 2017 at NBC. After the broadcast of only two episodes of the second season, the series was extended by a third season.
Shades of Blue is a US-American Crimean by Adi Hasak. The main roles are played by Jennifer Lopez, Ray Liotta and Drea de Matteo. The series has been produced by Nuyorican Productions, EGTV Productions, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Jack Roman Productions, Adi TV Studios and Universal Television for NBC. The first broadcast was on 7 January 2016 following The Blacklist on NBC.