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Blue Bloods actor Danny Reagan Has Revealed His Departure Date From the Show

Donnie Wahlberg, best known for his role as Danny Reagan on the long-running television series “Blue Bloods,” recently revealed his exit timeline from the program, making fans both excited and concerned.

With “Blue Bloods” having amassed a staggering 275 episodes and renewed for a 14th season, the prospect of reaching the coveted 300-episode milestone is within grasp, thanks to unwavering fan support.

The Reagan family is central to the series, with Commissioner Frank and his three children, Erin, Jamie, and Danny, serving as fan favorites and appearing in every episode.

For many fans, Danny holds a special place, and Wahlberg’s genuine affection for both his character and the show resonates deeply.

Wahlberg expresses his satisfaction at being a part of such a great and meaningful project, highlighting the camaraderie on set, particularly with co-star Tom Selleck, who plays Commissioner Frank. Their bond is a cornerstone of Wahlberg’s dedication to the series.

Regarding his eventual departure, Wahlberg asserts his loyalty to the show, vowing to stay as long as viewers and colleagues continue to support it.

In summary, Wahlberg’s exit from “Blue Bloods” is based on one simple fact: as long as fans and other cast members care, Danny Reagan will remain an important part of the Reagan family saga.

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  1. CBS needs to wake up and listen to what fans are asking. WE WANT YOU TO ALLOW THIS SHOWTO CONTINUE. FIND A WAY!!!! PUT IT ON A SISTER NETWORK OR REWORK NUMBERS TO MAKE THIS SHOW CONTINUE.
    WHY ARE YOU GOING TO REPLACE A GREAT PROGRAM WITH CHEAP TRASH REALITY?? WE ARE THE ONES THAT ARE BUYING FROM YOUR ADVERTISING SUPPORT.
    Yet you are willing to RISK OUR LOYALTY FOR JUNK TV !
    PLEASE RECONSIDER CANCELING BLUE BLOODS.

  2. Reconsider cancelling Blue Bloods. It my favorite show. So many people enjoy this show. Why cancel it?? So many bad shows on and this one is good. Please keep this show on. Debbie St Romain

  3. I have watched Blue Bloods since day one. I am tired of the so-called reality shows that are taking over the airwaves. If Blue Bloods is taken off the air, it is one less show for me to turn my tv on for. And one less show for you to sell me anything. If it is gone from tv, so am !

  4. I hope to God Someone at CBS has Half a BRAIN, to Let BLUE BLOODS Continue !!.. We Don’t NEED Another “So Called” Housewives of God knows where Now, these Women wouldn’t know “HOUSEWORK” if it BIT them in their Big FAT ASSES” & Fighting with each other !!, We NEED SHOWS Like BLUE BLOODS, To Show that COPS ACTUALLY DO HAVE THE PUBLICS BEST INTEREST AT HEART !! & They Aren’t Just THUGS as SOME PEOPLE CLAIM !!!!💙💙💙💙💙

  5. What is wrong with you? Knuckleheads that are running CBS? You have the best show on any television network and you want to cancel it. Do you not listen to what the fans want to hear and see? We want blue buds to stay. Listen to us that is what we want to see. I hope you can reconsider and not cancel the show. I repeat that is the best show on TV!

  6. This is the best show on TV, if there is any way to save it please do so. We look forward every week for the show to come on. SAVE THIS SHOW.

  7. There are only two shows I watch on network TV CBS Blue Bloods and NCIS-but going to stop watching it if Gibbs doesn’t come back NOW. Blue Bloods needs to last 20 years too.

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