EAST NEW YORK Season 1 Episode 18 Episode Description And Spoilers
EAST NEW YORK Season 1 Episode 18 Photos In The Bag – The 7-4’s investigation into a violent home invasion leads them to question one of their own.
Also, Morales contends with a situation at her son’s school, and Haywood is forced to confront her father’s past, on EAST NEW YORK, Sunday, April 16 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. s01e18 1×18 1.18 s1e18 east new york episode ( season 1, episode 18 )
WRITTEN BY: Judith McCreary & Jacquelyn Reingold
DIRECTED BY: Michael M. Robin
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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 and the early seeds of gentrification.
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 the changes she is desperate to make.
Her team includes her mentor, shrewd veteran two-star Chief John Suarez (Emmy Award winner Jimmy Smits); Marvin Sandeford (Tony Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson), a highly respected training officer and expert on the neighborhood; Tommy Killian (Kevin Rankin), a detective with some old-school approaches to policing; Capt. Stan Yenko (Richard Kind), Haywood’s gregarious and efficient right hand; Crystal Morales (Elizabeth Rodriguez), an intuitive detective who can’t be intimidated; Andre Bentley (Lavel Schley), a trainee from an upper middle-class background; and ambitious patrol officer Brandy Quinlan (Olivia Luccardi), 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 their community – they’ll also become part of it.