Shades of Blue Poster

Air Date: January 7th, 2016

Network: NBC

Series Summary
A crew of dirty NYPD detectives find themselves at the center of a far-reaching corruption case.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Action, Crime drama, Drama


  • Season 2 - Episode 13 : Broken Dolls May 21, 2017

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    Wozniak makes a difficult decision when he faces the ally who betrayed him; Stahl's plan to take Harlee down for murder pays off; Harlee gets dangerously close to the man who's obsessed with her.

  • Season 2 - Episode 12 : Behind the Mask May 21, 2017

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    Harlee helps Nava cover his tracks after a brutal encounter; Wozniak faces a ghost from his past to take down a new enemy; Stahl discovers a key piece of information in his search for the truth about Miguel.

  • Season 2 - Episode 11 : The Quality of Mercy May 14, 2017

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    Events take a tragic turn when Harlee and Wozniak lead the crew on a dangerous mission to steal Bianchi's secret ledger and take down the mobster once and for all.

  • Season 2 - Episode 10 : Whoever Fights Monsters May 7, 2017

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    Harlee and Wozniak lead a manhunt for the gunmen who ambushed the crew, and they unearth the key to taking down Bianchi; the crew bands together against Verco, who has evidence of their corruption; Stahl goes rogue to link Harlee to Miguel's death.

  • Season 2 - Episode 9 : Chaos Is Come Again Apr 30, 2017

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    Harlee discovers someone pretending to be Miguel sending text messages to Cristina; the case of a missing child leads Wozniak to a local drug dealer who uses kids as mules; the crew gets caught in a brutal ambush.

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  • It's not a bad entry in the genre, although it's hardly ground-breaking. It's a twist on the genre, but not enough of a twist. It feels like umpteen other cop shows. Show More

  • You begin to accept, even adore, these wooden aspects of the show as a litany of twists begin entering at whiplash pace.... [Lopez] and the rest of the show’s creative team make you care about what happens to Harlee while still making you feel like she’s in real danger. Show More

  • Throughout everything, Lopez gives a solid performance — perhaps the best dramatic work she’s done since her first-rate film, Out of Sight (1998). Liotta is excellent as well.... But Shades of Blue’s biggeset problem is this: beyond Lopez and Liotta, the rest of the cops are bland clichés (de Matteo’s marital-woes subplot is particularly trite), and as the series proceeds, Harlee’s efforts to keep her FBI-informant status a secret from her co-workers becomes very strained. Show More

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