Blue Bloods season 13: release date, cast and everything we know about the cop drama



Tom Selleck's popular police procedural Blue Bloods will return in the fall of 2022. 

One of the shows that helps CBS maintain its dominance as the most watched US TV network is Blue Bloods. Tom Selleck starred in the 2010 CBS debut of the police procedural produced by The Sopranos veterans Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green. As Blue Bloods gears up for its 13th season as part of CBS' fall 2022 lineup, the strategy has proven successful. 

Here is all the information we currently have about the forthcoming 13th season of Blue Bloods. 

When will season 13 of Blue Bloods be available? 

When season 13 of Blue Bloods debuts on Friday, October 7 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, it is expected to continue to be a Friday night staple for CBS. The day after they appear on television, all new episodes will be available for on-demand viewing on Paramount Plus. 

Since its debut in 2010, Friday nights have been the night for Blue Bloods. One of the most watched television programs despite airing at the end of the week and late at night. With 9.782 million viewers, Blue Bloods ranked eighth on Nielsen's list of the top TV shows for the 2021–2022 season. If you exclude NFL games, the show would finish in the top five. 

The UK's Sky Witness broadcast Blue Bloods season 12's debut on June 20. Although there is no official announcement, it makes sense that Blue Bloods season 13 would have a similar release window in the UK. 

What's the storyline for Blue Bloods season 13? 

Blue Bloods' premise is that show focuses on the Reagan family, practically all of them are New York City police officers or somehow involved in law enforcement. 

Erin Reagan running for district attorney, as she declared she would do in the season 12 finale, will likely be an overarching storyline for Blue Bloods season 13, even though we don't yet know what exactly that will entail. 

Who is the 13th season cast of Blue Bloods? 

The principal actor in Blue Bloods is Tom Selleck, who plays Frank Reagan. With roles in the original Magnum P.I. series, The Closer, a protracted guest arc on Friends, Boston Legal, and Las Vegas, Selleck is a TV legend. Additionally, he has acted in a variety of films, such as In & Out, Quigley Down Under, and Three Men and a Baby. Although Selleck may still be best known for his work on Magnum P.I., Frank Reagan has been his longest-running role. 

Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Marisa Ramirez, and Vanessa Ray are also part of Blue Bloods' major cast. Whomever plays who is as follows: 

Frank Reagan, played by Tom Selleck 

Danny Reagan, played by Donnie Wahlberg 

Erin Reagan played by Bridget Moynahan 

Jamie Reagan, played by Will Estes 

Henry Reagan, played by Len Cariou 

As Marisa Baez, Marisa Ramirez 

Eddie Janko, played by Vanessa Ray 

Season 13's new cast members have not yet been announced, but we'll update this page as soon as we learn more. 

Is a season 13 trailer for Blue Bloods available? 

No season 13 of Blue Bloods material, trailer included, has been released as of yet. We'll make sure to post a new video clip here as soon as it is made accessible. 

Watch Blue Bloods online 

Any US TV home with a standard cable subscription or a TV antenna that receives local stations can watch Blue Bloods because it airs on CBS. The channel selection for live TV streaming services like FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, and YouTube TV also includes CBS. 

With a Paramount Plus membership, cord cutters may watch Blue Bloods both live and on demand. Any Paramount Plus customer can view current and previous episodes of Blue Bloods, but in order to watch new episodes live, you must have a premium ad-free subscription to Paramount Plus, which enables users to stream their local CBS station live. 

Sky Witness, a channel accessible through Sky TV, is where UK viewers can watch Blue Bloods. The show's previous seasons can also be found on Paramount Plus, Sky Go, Now TV, and Virgin Go. Blue Bloods episodes are also available for purchase on Prime Video.


Source: Whattowatch.com

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