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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Rizzoli & Isles Adds a Sibling, a Sidekick and a Couple of Sex Objects

Ladies, check out what eOnline has to say in their exclusive about season two:

We just found out that the series will add at least four major characters, including a new love interest, a new relative and a new rival. Who are these folks, and more importantly, will they screw up the good thing that Jane and Maura have going?

Who is the love interest? Another male cop at the station... for Jane, of course. The side kick is for Maura. Oh yes...

Go read the rest, and then leave a comment to let them know what you think. In fact, hit up twitter and tell us there, too. @TNTweknowdrama should know; don't forget to tag them when you speak up.

For an excellent idea of how we feel about all this, check out this blog post. We feel it sums it up nicely.

11 comments:

  1. I'm not sure if I like the idea of 4 new characters. I know that there was gonna be the new chacracter of Tommy because of the way the last episode ended but I think 4 is a little two much. Why runin a good thing????

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  2. Rizzoli and Isles is about just that: Rizzoli and Isles. Not about them and their awkward love interest of the week.
    Not really liking the idea of these new characters. Except for Tommy. I want to see what that will be like.

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  3. As if i wasn't having a bad day already,i'am so disappointed,these four main characters we're just fine,if anything we need to see more development between Korsak & Frost ,why bring new officers especially one to annoy Jane,although knowing Jane she won't let nobody mess with her!!! an Maura is just fine, she doesn't need a side kick.The relationship between all of these characters was just terrific, bring in the brother Tommy...no problem,but not the others!!! this has really ruin my night..i'am lost for words right now!!!

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  4. I agree the show is called Rizzoli and Isles not "Rizzoli, Isles, 2 new cops an Abby wanna be and a love interest that NO ONE wants". I mean REALLY?! Why mess with the good thing that they had going. I mean we all new that Tommy was gonna have to come around sooner or later and that's fine but leave the rest of them be.

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  5. That guy who's going to play Casey Jones was also credited in the first episode of season 1.
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1861730/ Oh dear! I don't know if I wanna cry or laugh..

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  6. I dont understand why the highest ratings debuted cable show needs to mess with success. The ensemble is a proven formula(a la NCIS). The cast has shown that the mix of drama, comedy and family that they provide week in and week out works. The demographics of the show cover all types of audiences-straight,gay,young,old,male,female,religious,not--WHY oh WHY screw that up??

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  7. Definitely agree about four characters being too much. Tommy will be an interesting character to add, but I'm not pleased about the others, especially yet another love interest for Jane. No thanks. It was brilliant before - if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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  8. Trying not to freak out here and trying to be positive. The new Maura side kick could provide some "jealous Jane" material as often happens when new people come into a relationship. As for the other new characters, supposed love interests, we'll have to wait on that how it's acted out. The Dean character was as about as exciting as watching paint dry, so maybe this Casey venture will be more of the same. I am excited that Tommy is being added to the mix if no other reason to have more of a storyline for mamma Rizzoli. My hope for R&I in S 2 is to maintain the integrity of the main characters and their relationship even if they don't make it a lesbian relationship but keep them together as a unit and not let all these other people intervene.

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  9. Someone I was talking to had a good point, the need to bring some regulars on w/ the potential to get killed off, not just a "victim of the week" but someone we may have a week to week interest in...just a thought that made me feel a bit better about the 'overexpansion' of the cast.

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  10. I hope they're doing what I call a "Whedon," where you put a new character into the opening credits and promptly kill them off.

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  11. Am I the only person who thinks that Maura and Frankie would be a great idea?

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