The network formally announced in a press release on Monday that the upcoming 14th season of the CBS crime drama “Blue Bloods” will mark the show’s end.
The last season will air in two parts: the first ten episodes will debut on February 16, and the remaining eight will air in the fall of 2024. The program will be streamed live on Paramount+.
The presidents of CBS Entertainment and CBS Studios, Amy Reisenbach and David Stapf, stated in a joint statement that “Blue Bloods” has established itself as a pillar of the network’s history, taking over Friday nights since its debut and garnering a committed fan base.
Amy Reisenbach and David Stapf say “Blue Bloods” will be a beloved part of CBS
In a joint statement, David Stapf and Amy Reisenbach expressed their continued gratitude for the late Leonard Goldberg’s invaluable contributions to the creation of the hit television series “Blue Bloods.”
They expressed gratitude to the outstanding ensemble, especially to Tom Selleck, who was welcomed into America’s family at the Reagan dinner table. The statement also expressed gratitude to the outstanding writing and production teams, under the direction of executive producer Kevin Wade, for years of highly engaging episodes.
They believe that the next season of “Blue Bloods” will be the most satisfying for devoted fans as the show draws to a close.
Selleck paid tribute to his time on “Blue Bloods”
Tom Selleck, who portrays the patriarch of the family, Frank Regan, made a statement expressing his sincere gratitude for his 13-year tenure on the program.
Being a part of a series that celebrates the value of family while simultaneously paying tribute to the men and women who defend New York City was, in his opinion, an honor and a privilege. Over 275 episodes later, Selleck called working with the incredible cast, writers, producers, directors, and crew a dream come true.
In addition to thanking the network, he conveyed the cast and crew’s sincere appreciation to the loyal fans who came to dinner with them every Friday.
Kevin Wade is privileged to be a part of “Blue Bloods”
Executive producer Kevin Wade gave a statement in which he looked back on his 13 years on Blue Bloods and acknowledged the great honor of bringing Leonard Goldberg’s vision of a police procedural to life.
Wade emphasized the singularity of narrating the tale from the perspectives of four generations inside a close-knit, ferociously devoted family. He highlighted the long-lasting impact made by the outstanding writers, crew, and cast.
Wade thanked CBS Studios and the CBS Television Network for allowing them to tell complex stories, and he promised viewers a thrilling and profoundly rewarding season finale.
He expressed his unwavering gratitude for the fans’ support and fervor during the duration of the show.
The ensemble cast of Blue Bloods includes Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Marisa Ramirez, and Vanessa Ray, in addition to Tom Selleck.
Donnie Wahlberg expressed his love for Blue Bloods and his worry that the show might end before a fitting finale before the show’s 14th season renewal in March. Referring to the audience as the extended family, Wahlberg, who plays Danny Reagan, highlighted the devotion of the show’s viewers, viewing them as an essential component of the Reagan family.
Blue Bloods is a 2010 CBS television series that centers on a multigenerational family of law enforcement officers. After NCIS was renewed for a 21st season, Blue Bloods became the second-longest-running scripted series on CBS with its 14th season and the May conclusion of NCIS: Los Angeles.
The first episode of Season 14 of Blue Bloods is slated to air on CBS on February 16 at 10 PM ET. Live streaming of the show will be accessible on Paramount+.