Air Date: January 7th, 2016
A crew of dirty NYPD detectives find themselves at the center of a far-reaching corruption case.
Genres: Action, Crime drama, Drama
Season 2 - Episode 13 : Broken Dolls May 21, 2017
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
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
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
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
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.
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