Wednesday, 8.30pm, Universal I’m new to Rookie Blue but found this third season debut of the Canadian police series terrifically engaging. In a way the program does for policing what Grey’s Anatomy does for medicine, without all the schmaltz about relationships and the blatant disregard for the scientific truth. Certainly there are relationships among the police officers here but they feel realistic. We first meet series protagonist Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) as she suffers a bout of cold feet over skydiving from a plane at 13,000 feet (almost 4km). A call on her mobile confirms that she has her old job as a policewoman back (after a three-month suspension for conduct unbecoming) and she gleefully throws herself out of the plane. A car accident on the way back to work has some terrific and unexpected twists and turns, including William Shatner lurching through the crash scene as a disorderly drunk.