Blue Bloods, one of the longest-running police procedurals on television, is set to return for its 14th season in February.
However, despite being labeled a police procedural, the show is more of a family drama, centered around the Reagan family - the first family of New York law enforcement. Tom Selleck plays Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, who also serves as the patriarch of the family. He is father to Danny, played by Donnie Wahlberg, Erin, played by Bridget Moynahan, and Jamie, played by Will Estes. The show delves into the personal and professional lives of the Reagan family, showing the challenges they face both as individuals and as a tight-knit family.
The 14th season of Blue Bloods will premiere on Friday, February 16. It will air on Fridays at 10 p.m. ET/PT, giving fans a familiar time slot to look forward to. Alongside the main characters, several recurring characters are expected to return for the new season. These include Det. Abigail Baker, played by Abigail Hawk, Deputy Commissioner of Public Information Garrett Moore, played by Gregory Jbara, and Lieutenant Sidney Gormley, played by Robert Clohessy.
Additionally, viewers can anticipate the return of DA Investigator Anthony Abetemarco, portrayed by Steve Schirripa. As the show returns with its 14th season, fans can expect more gripping storylines, intense police investigations, and emotional family dynamics. Blue Bloods has managed to engage audiences for over a decade by striking a balance between its procedural elements and the personal lives of its characters. This unique formula has garnered a devoted fanbase who eagerly anticipate each new season.
With its talented cast and compelling storytelling, Blue Bloods continues to captivate viewers and solidify its place as one of the most successful and beloved police dramas on television. As the Reagan family navigates the complexities of their professional and personal lives, audiences can't help but be drawn into their world, making Blue Bloods a must-watch for fans of the genre.