SW: “How can you be a partner and still stand on your own two feet? Dov (Gregory Smith) was going to be without Chris (Travis Milne–who was not going to be a part of Season 7).
” The series was really exploring how to find your independence; within relationships, on the job, when you are used to working with others. We had four new Rookies starting at 15, each of them dependent on a Training Officer.
Would she have eventually found some happiness in the love department or was she going to focus on work?
White was nice enough to field some questions from The TV Junkies about what her plan for the show’s seventh season would have looked like.
“We would have been doing 13 episodes, ideally, and we had five scripts written,” she tells us.
The good news is we no longer have to speculate, and now finally have an idea of what another season would have looked like.
Tassie Cameron, Rookie Blue’s co-creator and showrunner for all six seasons, had previously confirmed that if a Season 7 were to happen, long time Rookie writer Sherry White would be taking over control of the show.
SW: That was our intention for the latter half of the season–that Gail would at first learn how to be a really good training officer, and this would have helped her let go of some of her more selfish tendencies, better preparing her for a mature relationship.