CBS has announced that the long-running cop drama, Blue Bloods, will conclude with its 14th season. The farewell season will be split into two parts, with the first part premiering on February 16, 2024, and the second part airing in the fall of the same year.
In a joint statement, CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach and CBS Studios president David Stapf expressed their gratitude for the show's success. They praised the series for its dominance on Friday nights and its dedicated fan base. They also thanked Leonard Goldberg for developing the show and Tom Selleck for leading the cast.
Tom Selleck, who played New York City Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, reflected on the show's enduring legacy. He described it as an honor and a privilege to work on a show that celebrates the men and women who protect and serve in New York City. He also emphasized the importance of family in the series.
Selleck expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to work with such a talented group of individuals. Since its premiere in 2010, Blue Bloods has been a hit for CBS, consistently ranking in the top 10 for series on Paramount+. The show has held the top spot for the network's Friday night lineup.
While Blue Bloods is coming to an end, CBS has other shows in the pipeline. Fans can look forward to the future of their favorite series on the network.