Rookies may refer to:

  • The Rookies is an American television drama.
  • Rookies (manga) is a Japanese baseball manga and television drama.
  • Rookies (TV series) is an American reality television series
  • Rookies (1927 film)
  • "Rookies" (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) an episode of Star Wars:The Clone Wars.
  • Rookie, sportsperson in his/her first year at senior level

Other articles related to "rookies, rookie":

Takeru Satoh - Career
... Rider Den-O and a further two films, in spring 2008 Satoh starred in award-winning drama Rookies (TBS) with the role of supporting character Yuya Okada ... Sato considers his role in Rookies to be his "break out role" even though it was only a minor part ... However, as Rookies was shown at 8 pm on a Saturday, during primetime, it reached a much larger audience than any of his previous works ...
NHL Young Stars Game - 57th National Hockey League All-Star Game (2009) - The Format
... period) featuring a three-on-three (four including the goalkeeper) rookies versus sophomores format, consisting of three six-minute periods with the clock stopping only within the last minute of ... Coaching the rookies was Luc Robitaille and for the sophomores was Pete Mahovlich ... The game saw rookie goaltender Pekka Rinne (who replaced Steve Mason) make 20 saves in a 9-5 victory for the rookies ...
Rookies (TV Series)
... Rookies is a reality television series which aired on the A E television network ... The show follows the training periods of rookie police officers in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana and Tampa, Florida as they train on the beat with their Field ... The episodes include rookie mistakes, training sessions by veteran officers, and final evaluations ...
Rookies (manga)
... Rookies (ルーキーズ, Rūkīzu?) is a Japanese shōnen manga written and illustrated by Masanori Morita ... Rookies had previously been published in Taiwan by Da Ran Culture, but the company went bankrupt and Tong Li Publishing picked up the license ... of the TV series was in the form of a film, called Rookies Graduation (Rookies-卒業-, Rookies -Sotsugyō?) which premiered on Japanese cinemas on May ...