East New York – A Humbling Blues Cast & Guest Stars – Season 1 Episode 20 (2023)

The team faces unexpected challenges while investigating the murder of a homeless man; Haywood and Dryden hit a speed bump in their relationship; Quinlan struggles with a decision at Ruskin Gardens.

Original Air Date: May 7, 2023

East New York – A Humbling Blues Main Cast

Amanda Warren (Deputy Inspector Regina Haywood)
Jimmy Smits (Chief John Suarez)
Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Officer Marvin Sandeford)
Kevin Rankin (Detective Tommy Killian)
Richard Kind (Captain Stan Yenko)
Elizabeth Rodriguez (Detective Crystal Morales)
Olivia Luccardi (Officer Brandy Quinlan)
Lavel Schley (Officer Andre Bentley)

East New York – A Humbling Blues Guest Stars & Additional Cast

Donovan Christie Jr. (Sean Dryden)
Darien Sills-Evans (Deputy Mayor Raymond Sharpe)
Danielle Lee Greaves (Thora Whitfield)
Scott Cohen (Adam Lustig)
Kristin Griffith (Mrs. Gibson)
Rob Figueroa (Alex Garcia)
Julian Sensley (Lorenzo Paige)
Brian Stokes Mitchell (Detective Ken Corley)
Jequan Jackson (Tyson Fox)
Rahmell Peebles (Duane Troupe)
Ali Skamangas (Donna Upton)
Fred Tolliver Jr. (Percy)
Briana Femia (Officer Nicole Baker)
Joshua Grant (Orlando Highgate)
Elan Zafir (Glen Brown)
Alley Redd (Ingrid Paige)

East New York – A Humbling Blues Media – Videos & Photos

East New York Show Information

From executive producers of “NYPD Blue,” East New York stars Amanda Warren as Deputy Inspector Regina Haywood, the newly promoted boss of the 74th Precinct in East New York – a working-class neighborhood on the edge of Brooklyn in the midst of social upheaval. With family ties to the area, Haywood is determined to deploy creative methods to protect her beloved community with the help of her officers and detectives. But first, she has the daunting task of getting them on board, as some are skeptical of her promotion, and others resist her methods of leadership. Her team includes her mentor, shrewd veteran two-star Chief John Suarez; Marvin Sandeford, a highly respected training officer and expert on the neighborhood; Tommy Killian, a detective with some old-school approaches to policing; Capt. Stan Yenko, Haywood’s gregarious and efficient right hand; Crystal Morales, an intuitive detective who can’t be intimidated; Andre Bentley, a trainee from an upper middle-class background; and ambitious patrol officer Brandy Quinlan, the sole volunteer to live in a local housing project as part of Haywood’s plan to bridge the gap between police and community. Regina Haywood has a vision: She and the squad of the 74th Precinct will not only serve and protect their community – they’ll also become part of it.

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