CBS announced on May 8, 2015, after only 9 episodes had aired, that Battle Creek would end after 13 episodes and not continue for a second season. In September 2013, Sony Pictures Television announced that it struck a deal with CBS to produce a new television series created by Vince Gilligan titled Battle Creek based on a script written by Gilligan ten years prior.Despite the name, establishing shots and location shots were not shot in Battle Creek, Michigan.
In order to charge the dealer with fraud, White has to reluctantly reveal to Guziewicz that he uses marijuana to treat migraines.
After Milt, Russ and Fontanelle make a presentation at an elementary school, Fontanelle's drug-sniffing dog finds a kilo of heroin in a student's backpack.
Meanwhile, Detective Jacocks helps Russ get to the root of why Milt was reassigned from Detroit to Battle Creek.
Russ and Milt investigate the death of a local woman who had been a drug addict and prostitute, but who had apparently cleaned up recently in an attempt to reconnect with her son.
As Russ, Milt and the other detectives investigate, they are surprised to find that their boss has had 17 boyfriends over the last few years, and that she has a pattern of dating a guy for a while and then ending the relationship with no explanation.
This reveals several suspects, including a neighbor who made the 911 call for the fire.During a bachelor party, the detectives get a call that Commander Guziewicz's house has gone up in flames.Russ finds glass from a window on the inside of the house, suggesting someone broke in and set the fire deliberately.Battle Creek is an American comedy-drama television series that premiered on CBS on March 1, 2015.Starring Josh Duhamel and Dean Winters, the show followed the mismatched partnership of a police detective and FBI agent in Battle Creek, Michigan.Lastly, they find that Guziewicz's estranged son, who was thought to be in a rehab facility in Florida, is actually back in town and staying in a Battle Creek halfway house.