The Rookie: Jenna Dewan Promoted to Series Regular

master mentalism tricks

The Rookie will feature a lot more Jenna Dewan.

According to Deadline, the actress has been promoted to series regular on the procedural drama.

Dewan plays firefighter Bailey Nune and first appeared at the end of The Rookie Season 3.

Helping His Neighbor - The Rookie

It seemed like there were plans to make Dewan more prominent on the series, with showrunner Alexi Hawley telling TV Line earlier this year there were plans to keep the actress on the show.

“We couldn’t really do a ton of love interest stuff during the middle of the pandemic, but at the end of the day it felt like, ‘Let’s find him somebody to potentially take us into next season’. And Jen is really special, and I love the character,” Hawley said at the time.

News of the promotion comes days after it was announced Dewan would be reprising her Lucy Lane role on The CW’s Superman & Lois.

Jenna Dewan Attends BBMAs

She is set for a recurring arc on the second season of the superhero drama, and it will be the first time Lucy will be on-screen with her sister, Lucy Lane.

This will also be the first time Dewan will be playing the role since her turn on Supergirl Season 1, back when it aired on CBS.

Dewan joins current series regulars Nathan Fillion as John Nolan, Alyssa Diaz as Angela Lopez, Richard T. Jones as Wade Grey, Melissa O’Neil as Lucy Chen, Eric Winter as Tim Bradford, Mekia Cox as Nyla Harper, and Shawn Ashmore as Wesley Evers.

Dewan has also appeared on shows such as American Horror Story, The Resident, and World of Dance.

Julian Lynn - The Resident Season 2 Episode 2

The Rookie showrunner recently revealed that no “live” weapons would be used on the set of the series in a staff memo.

The news was in response to the tragic death of Halyna Hutchins, who was shot on the set of Rust last month.

“As of today, it is now policy on The Rookie that all gunfire on set will be Air Soft guns with CG muzzle flashes added in post,” the memo reads.

Jenna Dewan Attends Event

“There will be no more ‘live’ weapons on the show. The safety our cast and crew is too important. Any risk is too much risk.”

What are your thoughts on there being more Dewan on The Rookie?

Hit the comments below.

The Rookie continues Sundays at 10 p.m. on ABC.

Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

Read The Full Article Here

trick photography
‘Gabby, Tan, Laundry!’ Gabby Windey Teases Vinny Guadagnino Romance Rumors
‘My Hope’! Ryan Reynolds Dedicates 2022 PCA Icon Award to
Shawn Mendes Sparks Dating Rumors With His 50-Year-Old Chiropractor!
Cher Breaks Silence on Relationship With Alexander ‘AE’ Edwards
Rides Based on Old Movies You Won’t Believe Still Exist
How Cartoon Saloon’s Animated ‘Wolfwalkers’ Battled Covid-19 in Ireland [News]
Different Class: the decline of British blue collar stories on
Marlon James’ Jamaica Detective Series ‘Get Millie Black’ Lands Series
The Midnight Club Canceled at Netflix
THE MAGICIAN | Croesus Crisis
Will Max Thieriot Ever Return to ‘SEAL Team’? EP Answers
The Kapil Sharma Show Season 2
‘Meet Me in the Bathroom’ Is a Time Capsule of
The Weeknd Adds 2023 Tour Dates
Argentina Fans Sing Fave Messi Song at World Cup
Kanye West pals up with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, travels
J. S. Allen
The “Culture War” Designation is Journalistic Negligence: Book Censorship News,
New Romance Books to Cuddle Up With
20 Favorites From 2022 That You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
Not All Dresses and Jackets Go Together, But These 8
Willow Smith’s Low-Rise Pants Come With Crystal-Lined Hip Cutouts
Black Ankle Boots Are Non-Negotiables in an Autumn Wardrobe—Here Are
5 Simple Items That’ll Trick People Into Thinking You Spent
3 Disturbing True New House Horror Stories
Provocative Horror-Thriller CANDY LAND Opens Jan
5 True Mall Horror Stories (With Rain Sounds)
HNN First Look at Brandon Pennick’s Sedalia