Nathan Fillion Addresses How Nolan’s Season 5 Career Move Keeps The Rookie’s Title Relevant


Season 5 of The Rookie is right around the corner, and it looks to be a good one. The season will see Nathan Fillion’s John Nolan in a different role, as he’ll officially be a training officer and not a rookie. While keeping the title of The Rookie might be a bit hard now that Nolan is not an actual rookie anymore, Fillion addresses how it will stay relevant post-career change.

To promote both The Rookie and new spinoff, The Rookie: Feds, Nathan Fillion and Niecy Nash-Betts interrogated each other during an interview with EW. They discussed their respective shows and crossovers, and when Nash-Betts asked Fillion about what Nolan as a training officer will look like, he previewed just what it would be like and how Nolan will still be a rookie:

Yes, John is going to be a training officer. Training officers were certainly a big part of the start of his career and how he started being a cop. It’s the next logical development in his career. He wants to be a training officer because he wants to give back. Also, because he sees that there needs to be some changes in the department, and he wants to be a part of that change. He feels that’s the best place he can do it. Thirdly, and probably the most important reason, is all the people that come up to me and go, “Hey, how long is Nolan going to be a rookie?” They’re really concerned about whether or not he’s a rookie. When you advance in your career, and you’re doing a new thing, you’re automatically a rookie all over again. It’s more of a metaphor, I guess.

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