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Is ‘The Rookie: Feds’ on Netflix?

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The Rookie: Feds is another movie of the police procedural small-screen genre.

But is it available on Netflix?

The Rookie stars Nathan Fillion as a man in his mid-40s who joined the police force for the first time. It has been a hit with its fans. The series is now running its fifth season and has produced over 70 episodes.

Nash’s character in The Rookie: Feds was first introduced in the fourth Season of The Rookie.

The Emmy-nominated actress Niecy Nash is famous for Reno 911!, Claws, Scream Queens, Selma, When They See Us, and most recently, the Netflix series Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.

Nash plays the role of Special Agent Simone Clark, who is older than everyone else working at the FBI Academy. Starring alongside Nash is a stellar talent lineup consisting of Britt Robertson, Kevin Zegers, Felix Solis, and James Lesure.

Many people are probably wondering if they can watch this spinoff on Netflix. Unfortunately, The Rookie: Feds is not available on Netflix.

However, plenty of other exciting shows are very similar to The Rookie: Feds. Some choices available on Netflix include L.A.’s Finest, Good Girls, Lucifer, and How to Sell Drugs Online.

The Rookie: Feds started releasing its episodes on ABC on the 27th of September, and then new episodes will be released weekly on Tuesday nights. Episodes will then stream on Hulu the next day.

For more updates, stay tuned to our website.

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