NYC 22: Season 1 (2012)


Critic Consensus: While it boasts street-wise accuracy and decent dialogue, NYC 22 doesn't differ enough from the standard police procedural template to guarantee a promotion in rank.


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Air date: Apr 15, 2012
Air date: Apr 22, 2012
Air date: Apr 29, 2012
Air date: May 6, 2012
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Produced by Robert De Niro, this series follows six diverse NYPD rookies trying to balance their personal lives with their work on the gritty streets of upper Manhattan. The only season of "NYC 22" aired as a mid-season replacement for the long-running crime hit, "CSI: Miami."


Leelee Sobieski
as Jennifer "White House" Perry
Judy Marte
as Tonya Sanchez
Tom Reed
as Ahmad "Kiterunner" Kahn
Stark Sands
as Kenny McClaren
Harold "House" Moore
as Jayson Toney
Terry Kinney
as Daniel "Yoda" Dean
Felix Solis
as Terry Howard
Daniel Sauli
as Joe Martini
Robert Kelly
as George Moore
Victor Williams
as Sgt. Michael Conrad
Sonequa Martin-Green
as Michelle Terry
Sue-Anne Morrow
as Sgt. Rita O'Connell
Casey Siemaszko
as Duty Sgt. Allen Blume
Víctor Cruz
as Juan Torres
Sean Meehan
as Peter White
Lenny Venito
as Det. Mascis
Giancarlo Esposito
as Harvey Williams
Erin Dilly
as Jean Forster
John Scurti
as Det. Jack Rizzi
Zak Orth
as Eric Royce
Jas Anderson
as Morries Bailey
John Doman
as Detective Collins
Richard Kind
as Geoff Arnhauldt
Omar Scroggins
as Roy Lester
Gibson Frazier
as Barry Elkind
Samantha Mathis
as Natalie Heartwood
Eugene Jones
as Christopher Millsap
Robert Stanton
as Steve Cowan
Glenn Cunningham
as Desk Sgt. Edward Ryan
Frank Whaley
as Larry Giles
Isaiah Stokes
as Bystander
John Burke
as Dennis McClaren
John Burke
as Dennis McClaren
Dylan Clark Marshall
as Sean Heartwood
Ron Cephas Jones
as Arthur Anson
Lance Roberts
as Carl Morrell
Chance Kelly
as ESU Detective Miller
Marjorie Johnson
as Female Customer
Michael Devine
as Detective
Michael Mandell
as Alton Fancy
Philip J. Silvera
as Enrique Garcia
Klisha Kayelle Thomas
as Karima Harding
Albert Jones
as ESU Detective Navarro
Ryan McGinnis
as Daniel Tanner
Ryan McGinnis
as Daniel Tanner
Skipp Sudduth
as Det. Tommy Luster
Skip Sudduth
as Det. Tommy Luster
Michael Drayer
as Jerry Williams
Chad Gittens
as Terrance Wilson
Josh Joya
as J.J. Martinez
Zachary Booth
as Gabe Atkins
Tracey B. Wilson
as Girlfriend
Kevin Brown
as Clarence
Sharrieff Pugh
as Razor Hopkins
Tracey B. Wilson
as Girlfriend
Mohamed Dione
as Spider Crenshaw
Elaine del Valle
as Nelda Sanchez
Lynn Sher
as Gracey
Amina Robinson
as Joy Peoples
Jen Marquez
as Adela Perreira
Courtney Reed
as Rachelle
Matthew Rullan
as Paris Carter
Josh Pais
as Maxwell Tanner
Bhavesh Patel
as Arjan Singh
Ron Nakahara
as Mr. Yoo
Haneefah Wood
as Layla Millsap
Clinton Lowe
as Obie Brison
Chris LaPanta
as FDNY Captain
Darby Totten
as Anxious Woman
Ramon Camin
as Peter Ramos
Kathleen Chalfant
as Ginny Williams
Michael Mulheren
as Duty Officer Duffy
Isidra Vega
as Annette Cortez
Walter Mudu
as Motorman
Carmen Gill
as Woman With Toddler
Angel Caban
as Uncle Joe
Henry Yuk
as Elian
Gabe Hernandez
as Detective
Haskiri Velazquez
as Tatiana Garcia
William Watkins
as Paramedic
Gloria Sauve
as Ms. Adams
Danielle K. Thomas
as Woman at Door
Kris Eivers
as Dink Sprayden
Michael Cummings
as Blue Hoodie
Curtis Lyons
as Sammy Lane
Ed Moran
as Bomb Squad Detective
Curtis Lyons
as Sammy Lane
Andhy Mendez
as Precinct Paramedic
Liche Ariza
as White Guy
Khyree Townes
as Grey Hoodie
Hoon Lee
as Detective Lee
Carrie Compere
as Salon Customer
Count Stovall
as Minister Robert Clayton
Robert C. Kirk
as Desk Sergeant
Shai Shockley
as Juanita Morrell
Yolanda Suarez
as Female Customer
Audrey Amey
as Woman With a Dog
Monti Sharp
as Unit Member
Mike Landry
as Crime Scene Cop
Matthew Shear
as College Boy Driver
Jeremy Beiler
as Photographer
Marc John Jefferies
as Future Overtime
Bobby Beckles
as Anti-Crime Officer
Stephanie Umoh
as College Girl
Thomas Place
as SUV Driver
Julie Cavaliere
as Neighbor #1
Christopher Place
as Cell Phone Owner
Erik Heger
as ER Doctor
Jarrett Alexander
as Neighbor #2
Rajesh Bose
as Taxi Driver
Neuky Santelises
as Spaha Latin
Regi Huc
as Male Bar Customer
James McKnight
as Doggie Detective
Jennifer Savelli
as Female Bar Customer
Christy Prais
as Club-bound Lady
Erin Quill
as EMT at Bar
Meera Rohit Kumbhani
as EMT at Hospital
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Critic Reviews for NYC 22 Season 1

All Critics (18) | Top Critics (13)

Bona fide NYC flavor.

Apr 15, 2012 | Rating: A- | Full Review…
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Nothing really jumps off the screen here.

Apr 15, 2012 | Rating: C | Full Review…
Top Critic

The dialogue is crisp, no scene lasts too long, and despite the large cast, we can follow what's happening.

Apr 15, 2012 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Given some time (admittedly, an unlikely prospect in today's instant-gratification world of broadcast TV), NYC 22 could develop into a dandy show.

Apr 15, 2012 | Full Review…

We have walked down these mean city streets so many times before, almost always in more interesting company.

Apr 15, 2012 | Full Review…

Very much a prototypical CBS show - it lacks ambition but it's not terrible.

Apr 15, 2012 | Full Review…

Pretty much a by-the-numbers cop show.

Apr 15, 2012 | Full Review…

An incredibly generic, cliche-ridden series about rookie beat cops in the NYPD that too often feels like its main inspiration was other cop shows.

Apr 15, 2012 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

Isn't the best or worst show you'll ever see.

Apr 15, 2012 | Full Review…

What's needed is a little more courage and a lot more original thinking.

Apr 15, 2012 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

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