Tom Selleck Reveals CBS’s Conflict About ‘Blue Bloods’ Finale


“Blue Bloods” star Tom Selleck has expressed his reluctance to see the long-running police drama come to an end after nearly fifteen outstanding seasons. Selleck, who plays Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, expressed his displeasure with CBS’s decision to end the series, saying he wasn’t ready to leave the cherished Friday night show.

Despite being 79 years old, Selleck emphasized his passion for his work and his desire to continue as long as there is demand. He acknowledged the challenges of aging but remains committed to his craft. However, CBS has already decided to wrap up “Blue Bloods” in fall 2024, leaving Selleck and many fans disappointed.

Executive Producer Tom, also known as Tom the program’s executive producer, claimed that the show still had enough of original ideas, despite its long run. While the decision to end the series has been made, the writers are still trying to create a satisfactory and emotional finale. They want to give the characters a satisfying ending while also allowing for growth and continuing in their fictitious universe.

Although plans are in motion for an 18-episode final season, Selleck remains skeptical about whether all storylines can be adequately resolved within this timeframe. He believes CBS might face conflict if they stick to the current plan.

Fans eagerly anticipate the final chapter of the Reagan family drama, hoping it will do justice to the characters and their journey, while the production team behind “Blue Bloods” works to produce a suitable ending.

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