Q: Is Rookie Blue coming back? Its website says it was renewed for season two, but so far, nothing has come on the air about it. — Elmer Myers, Aurora, Colo.
A: Yes, the Canadian-made police drama is returning to ABC. With an ensemble cast that features Missy Peregrym as the first among equals, the show is slated to begin its new episodes June 23. For anyone who may want a refresher on season one in the meantime, that set of stories will be released on Tuesday on DVD and Blu-ray; several behind-the-scenes featurettes are included. Q: Can you tell me what has happened to Who Do You Think You Are? It was airing Friday nights on NBC. — Cathy Lueders, Milwaukee
A: The Lisa Kudrow-produced series played out all eight episodes that were scheduled for its second season on NBC. At this writing, it remained to be seen if the network was going to order a third round ... but if so, that decision would have to be made fairly soon. As Kudrow explained to us in an interview, tracking a person’s ancestry can be a time-consuming process, especially if visits to the related sites are necessary for television program purposes.
Q: What ever happened to Supernanny on Friday nights on ABC? — Kathy Johnson, Standish, Maine
A: The program had its series finale in March. Jo Frost, the show’s Supernanny, said she wanted out last year; the producers might have opted to continue with someone else, but they didn’t, probably because Frost was so linked to the show ... including the original British version from which the American version spun off. Q: When will the new season of Project Runway begin? — Laura Sandmark, Daytona Beach
A: There definitely will be a ninth season of the series, which will be the fourth to air on Lifetime after its move from Bravo. No premiere date had been announced at the time of this writing, but the casting process has been under way actively in recent weeks in such cities as Seattle and Chicago. Also, Lifetime has a Project Runway All Stars series planned for the network’s upcoming season.