Training Day

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  • TV-14
  • 2017
  • 1 Season
  • 6.1  (3,592)

Training Day was a crime drama television series that premiered on CBS in 2017. Loosely based on the 2001 movie of the same name, the show follows the story of two Los Angeles Police Department officers, one of whom is a veteran cop while the other is a rookie assigned to keep an eye on his senior partner.

The veteran cop, Frank Rourke, played by Bill Paxton, is a morally ambiguous character who is well-respected in the LAPD but has a troubled past. The rookie cop, Kyle Craig, played by Justin Cornwell, is a by-the-book officer who has recently lost his father, also an LAPD officer, in a shootout. The show explores the complex relationship between these two characters as they work together on a series of cases ranging from drug busts to homicide investigations.

In addition to Paxton and Cornwell, the show also features Katrina Law as Detective Rebecca Lee, a member of the LAPD's Special Investigation Section (SIS) who frequently crosses paths with Rourke and Craig. Law's character adds an interesting dynamic to the show as she is the only female officer in the SIS and frequently faces discrimination from her male colleagues.

Throughout the series, Training Day tackles themes of police corruption, morality and loyalty as Rourke and Craig navigate their way through the dangerous world of law enforcement in Los Angeles. The show also features a number of supporting characters, including Rourke's ex-partner who is now a criminal, and Craig's fellow rookie officers who are envious of his assignment to work with Rourke.

One of the most compelling aspects of Training Day is the relationship between Rourke and Craig. While Rourke initially appears to be a mentor figure to Craig, it quickly becomes apparent that their relationship is more complex than that. Rourke frequently tests Craig's loyalty and pushes him to bend the rules in order to get results. As a result, Craig is forced to confront his own morality and make difficult decisions about what kind of police officer he wants to be.

Despite positive reviews for its performances, Training Day was subject to criticism for its pervasive violence and portrayal of police brutality, leading to its abrupt cancellation after just one season. Nevertheless, the show's exploration of complex moral and ethical issues within the police force remains a compelling and relevant subject matter.

In conclusion, Training Day is a gripping crime drama that showcases powerful performances from its lead actors while exploring themes of police corruption, loyalty and morality. While the show's violence and portrayal of police brutality led to its cancellation after just one season, it remains a thought-provoking and relevant series that is well worth watching.

Training Day is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on February 2, 2017.

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Seasons
Elegy Part: 2
13. Elegy Part: 2
May 20, 2017
Kyle, Tommy and Rebecca must rescue Frank when he goes on a rogue mission to Mexico to locate intel linked to the murder of Kyle's father.
Elegy Part: 1
12. Elegy Part: 1
May 13, 2017
Kyle's trust in Frank is shattered when he learns that Frank has been lying to him about the circumstances surrounding his father's death.
Tunnel Vision
11. Tunnel Vision
May 6, 2017
The hunt for a suspected terrorist takes an emotional toll on Kyle who is convinced that he encountered the suspect during his service in Afghanistan.
Sunset
10. Sunset
April 29, 2017
Frank and Holly's worlds crash together when a bunch of her call girls disappear, prompting the SIS to examine an eccentric, reclusive Hollywood producer.
Bad Day At Aqua Mesa
9. Bad Day At Aqua Mesa
April 22, 2017
Frank and Kyle pursue justice for a community organizer who is unintentionally killed in a gang-related shooting.
Blurred Lines
8. Blurred Lines
April 15, 2017
The search for a father-and-son crime pair gets personal for Frank, who must confront the parallels between the pair and his own experiences as the child of an outlaw.
Quid Pro Quo
7. Quid Pro Quo
April 8, 2017
Kyle's morals are tried when Frank involves him in a plot to pull down a criminal defense attorney who has been helping his clients get rid of witnesses.
Faultlines
6. Faultlines
March 9, 2017
An investigation into weapons trafficking hits too close to home for Tommy when an old friend becomes connected to the case. Also, Lockhart demands to see results from Kyle's investigation into Frank's actions, leading Frank to make a stunning revelation.
Wages Of Sin
5. Wages Of Sin
March 2, 2017
Deputy Chief Lockhart opens an internal investigation into a past shooting, which would have major consequences for Frank.
Code Of Honor
4. Code Of Honor
February 23, 2017
When Frank's longtime friend and informant is murdered by Yakuza assassins, his thirst for revenge places him and Kyle in conflict with an FBI agent whose operation against the Yakuza is threatened by Frank's actions.
Trigger Time
3. Trigger Time
February 16, 2017
The feud between Kyle and Frank intensifies when Kyle refuses to adhere to one of Frank's morally ambivalent rules.
Tehrangeles
2. Tehrangeles
February 9, 2017
Kyle grows concerned that Frank's rogue tactics will put a kidnapped girl's life at even greater risk after a former member of Muammar Gaddafi's Amazonian Guard becomes involved in the deal and ups the stakes for the girl's return.
Apocalypse Now
1. Apocalypse Now
February 2, 2017
In the series premiere, squeaky clean cop Kyle Craig poses as Detective Frank Rourke's trainee when the detective raises the suspicion of LAPD brass for his off-the-book methods.
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Where to Watch Training Day
Training Day is available for streaming on the CBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Training Day on demand at and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    February 2, 2017
  • IMDB Rating
    6.1  (3,592)