Blue Bloods will end its run on CBS with Season 14, final season will be split into 2 parts


The announcement comes eight months after the show was renewed for a 14th season, which was reportedly made possible by the cast taking a “25 percent pay cut.”

Blue Bloods will conclude after the upcoming 14th season on CBS.

The network confirmed the announcement in a press release on Monday, saying that the last season of the long-running cr1me thriller will be broken into two parts.

The first ten episodes will debut on February 16, with the final eight episodes following in the fall of 2024. The show will also be streamed live on Paramount+.

“Blue Bloods will be a beloved part of CBS’ legacy for the rest of time,” said Amy Reisenbach and David Stapf, presidents of CBS Entertainment and CBS Studios, in a joint statement.

“Since its debut, it has ruled Friday nights with unprecedented dominance and established itself as a pillar of our winning lineup with an exceptionally devoted fan base.”

They went on to say, “We’ll be eternally grateful to the legendary Leonard Goldberg for developing this signature series, as well as to the incredible cast led by Tom Selleck, whom America embraced as family and watched as welcomed guests at the Reagan dinner table.”

We also want to congratulate the great writing and production teams, led by executive producer Kevin Wade, for years of intriguing episodes as they plan the concluding chapter of what we hope will be the most rewarding season yet for our devoted viewers. According to Reisenbach and Stapf.

Selleck, who plays the family patriarch Frank Regan, paid tribute to his tenure on the program in his own statement.

It has been an honor and a joy to work on a show for the past 13 years that not only celebrates the men and women who protect and serve in New York City, but also demonstrates the value of family, he exclaimed.

Working with these amazing actors, writers, producers, directors, and crew has been a dream come true for me, and I’m grateful to have been a part of this wonderful group for over 275 episodes.


He closed with a word of gratitude to the network and the beloved series’ devoted followers, saying, “We offer heartfelt gratitude to the fans who gathered with us for dinner every Friday night.”

Executive producer Kevin Wade also paid tribute to his time on Blue Bloods, saying in a statement: “It has been a tremendous privilege these past 13 years to fill the huge canvas that Leonard Goldberg imagined: a police procedural told from the point of view of four generations of a close-knit, fiercely loyal family.”

Blue Bloods will leave an enduring legacy, thanks to our great cast, bright and tirelessly imaginative writers, and the best crew in the business.

Wade expressed gratitude to CBS Studios and the CBS Television Network for allowing them to “tell our stories in multi-layered narratives that have gone on to resonate with millions of people,” before promising fans, “We are excited to provide fans with an exciting and emotionally rewarding last season, and we will be eternally grateful for their excitement and commitment over the years.”

Prior to the CBS drama’s 14th season renewal in March, Wahlberg spoke to PEOPLE about the potential of the show being canceled without a decent conclusion – and why he didn’t want that for fans.

“I love Blue Bloods, and I think the show’s loyal fans would be very, very upset if there wasn’t a season 14,” said Wahlberg, who portrays Danny Reagan on the show. “They’re a member of the Reagan clan.” “The audience consists of the extended family.”


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  1. I will definitely miss seeing more “Blue Blood “. However, it will always be regarded in a high standards and a class of it’d own.

    I have seen all the seasons numerous times and always enjoyed them immensely. They never get old. IThey manage to make me laugh, cry and engaged.

    Finally I always loved the family portrait and always made into every episode.

  2. I will also miss Blue Bloods cause They also made me laugh and cry and smile and engaged and also it made me Think about how family should be spending time with family on Sunday, and I also went to church with my great grandma on Sunday’s

  3. I’m so sorry to hear that this will be the last season however I am grateful that there will be a concluding season. I just want to say that I work with people who are much younger than myself and they too love Blue Bloods. You have fans across generations that love it! Such a rare treasure in many aspects. Thank you all for your hard work!!!❤️❤️

  4. I have loved this show since the beginning. I will miss it so much. Thank you all for 14 seasons of a wonderful show and all your hard work.

  5. Another one of my favorite shows going off the air. I’m very saddened by this. Will miss the wonderful story-lines, & the fantastic actors/actresses who have done a remarkable job. I wish them the very best in their future endeavors.

  6. Say it ain’t so! Unquestionably the best written and acted show on TV. You cannot fully appreciate how many of us love and look forward to this show on Friday night. I have seen every episode from East season and watched Ion repeats without fail. Please reconsider!!!!

  7. I have been a fan since day 1. I hate that the show is ending. There’s still so much that needs to happen. I also watch the reruns all day on Wednesday.

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