1. Blue Bloods Set to Conclude After 14 Seasons: Tom Selleck Shares Insights
After a successful run spanning over a decade, CBS's acclaimed drama series, Blue Bloods, is set to bid farewell with its 14th season. The final episodes will be divided, with the first half airing this spring starting on Feb. 16, followed by the remaining episodes in the fall, extending the journey of the Reagan family for a little longer.
2. Tom Selleck's Reluctance to Bid Farewell
However, amidst the bittersweet news of the show's conclusion, fans were uplifted by recent comments from series star Tom Selleck, who portrays NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan. Selleck expressed his reluctance to part ways with the show and hinted at the potential for more stories centered around the Reagan clan.
3. Reunion of the Reagan Family
Upon the series' return in the fall, viewers can expect to reunite with the entire Reagan family, including Donnie Wahlberg as Danny, Bridget Moynahan as Erin, Will Estes as Jamie, and Len Cariou as Henry Reagan, gathering once again for their beloved Sunday family dinners. Additionally, Vanessa Ray, portraying Jamie's wife Eddie Janko, and Andrew Terraciano, as Danny's youngest son Sean, will also make a return, ensuring a heartfelt continuation of the Reagan saga.
4. Speculation Surrounding Frank Reagan's Fate
As the series nears its conclusion, speculation arises regarding Frank Reagan's fate as the commissioner. While it remains to be seen if the storyline concludes with Frank's retirement, Selleck himself shows no signs of slowing down post-Blue Bloods.
5. Tom Selleck's Post-Blue Bloods Plans
Currently immersed in the production of his memoir, "You Never Know: A Memoir," set to release on May 24, Selleck hints at potential future endeavors, possibly including further installments in the Jesse Stone series of movies. Reflecting on his career and the prospect of life beyond Blue Bloods, Selleck remains steadfast in his commitment to the craft, emphasizing, "I love the work."