Update: Rogue moved production from Vancouver to Toronto for season 3 — starting filming mid-February 2015 — and cast Richard Schiff, Sarah Carter (Falling Skies) and Bianca Lawson in the new season.
Undercover police series Rogue — a mix of British, American and Canadian actors filmed in Vancouver — has been renewed for 20 more episodes in a supersized season three on DirecTV’s The Audience Network and The Movie Network in Canada. The first ten episodes are slated to appear in the spring of 2015 and the next ten in 2016.
Undercover detective Grace Travis (Thandie Newton) avenged her son’s death in the first season of Rogue and said goodbye to her crime boss lover (Marton Csoskas). Season two began with Grace still separated from her husband while continuing to work at her job as a handler for an FBI Task Force investigating the shadowy world of corporate espionage in San Francisco. She went back undercover to investigate a security firm founded by former soldier Ethan Kelly (Cole Hauser) with three of his military comrades (Clayne Crawford, Alec Newman and Brendan Fletcher) after her operative Sarah (Aleksa Palladino) went missing. These military contractors shared a terrible secret which they don’t want exposed.
Afghanistan scene filmed in Coquitlam gravel pits.
Grace Travis (Thandie Newton) and Ethan Kelly (Cole Hauser) will return plus a new cast of characters when production of season three gets underway in Vancouver next January.
Travis family: estranged husband Tom (Eureka’s Kavan Smith), daughter Evie (Descendants’ Sarah Jeffery) and Grace (Thandie Newton).