A crime thriller that begins 15 years after the events of the feature film, about a young, idealistic police officer who is tapped to go undercover in an elite squad of the LAPD where he partners with a morally ambiguous veteran detective.
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, on part two of the two-part first season finale of Training Day. (TV-14 L, S, V)
CBS has made a scheduling change to its Thursday night lineup, moving Training Day to Saturday nights when it returns from its current month-long break. The freshman drama has struggled to find a sizable audience since its February premiere, reaching under 5 million viewers per episode and garnering below-expected ratings in the adults 18-49 demographic.
The show was just four episodes into its run when Bill Paxton died unexpectedly due to complications from a recent surgery. The actor had already completed his work on the series, and will appear in its final seven episodes beginning on Saturday, April 8. While the show's long-term future is technically up in the air at this point, it is unlikely to continue past its first season.
Moving into Training Day's time slot starting March 30 will be the premiere of The Amazing Race's 29th season.