East New York Tonight February 26 2023 “We Didn’t Start the Fire” Season 1 Episode 13

East New York

When the 7-4 investigates a fatal fire at a salon, Killian and Morales turn to a medical examiner with ties to Regina’s past and fire marshal Nicky Greenville for insight; Haywood announces a new policy; Quinlan worries about Bentley’s nightmares.

Broadcast Time Tonight: Sunday 9:00 PM February 26, 2023 on CBS

East New York Season 1 Episode 13 Cast – We Didn’t Start the Fire

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)

Darien Sills-Evans (Deputy Mayor Raymond Sharpe)
Kelly Hu (Allison Cha)
Natalie Gold (Dr. Faith Sorenson)
Zainab Jah (Adama Gueye)
Lea DeLaria (Fire Marshal Nicky Greenville)
Biko Eisen-Martin (Antoine Jordan)
Nelson Avidon (Don Jankowicz)
Pascale Armand (Fatou)
Jaiden Kaine (Mohamed Gueye)
Claudia Nell McCoy (Sabrina)
James Healy Jr. (A.U.S.A. Jay McBride)
Sean Samuels (Tarique Niang)
Thaddeus Daniels (Sharky)
Angela Polite (Anthia)
James Mount (Bill)
Kelechi Ezie (Khadi)
Malik Reed (Luther)
Susan Oliveras (Sally)
John Charles (Trafficker)
Housso Semon (Safara Sy)
Brian Stokes Mitchell (Dt Ken Corley)

About East New York

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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