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Tom Selleck Urges CBS to Reconsider Ending Blue Bloods: ‘Millions Still Not Ready to Bid Farewell’

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Tom Selleck isn’t ready to leave ‘Blue Bloods’ just yet, and it appears that fans aren’t either. Despite CBS’s announcement that the show’s 14-season run is coming to an end, Selleck believes there is still a lot of love for it. With its popularity skyrocketing, he anticipates even more fans tuning in.

The series, which follows the Reagan family’s cr1me-fighting escapades in New York City, has been a Friday night favorite since 2010. Starring Selleck as Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, alongside a stellar cast including Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan, it’s been a hit, averaging over 9.5 million viewers per week.

However, Selleck has no plans to slow down anytime soon. At 79, he remains enthusiastic about his career, appreciating the opportunity to play a strong yet imperfect father figure. Who can forget the memorable family dinner scenes?

As the final episodes air, fans can expect more drama and heartfelt moments from the Reagan clan. And while Selleck isn’t ruling out retirement for his character, Frank, just yet, he’s ready to keep fighting the good fight for as long as they’ll have him.

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  1. I really enjoy watching Blue Bloods and would love 💙 to continue to watch new episodes of Blue Bloods. It’s great entertainment with a great cast and I absolutely 💯 love all the actors, especially Tom Selleck

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