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Tom Selleck Break His Silence After CBS’ Decision To Cancel ‘Blue Bloods’

Blue Bloods had a storied run on CBS, but it is now coming to an end. The show’s forthcoming season will be its final, with a two-part series finale in the fall, according to Deadline.

It’s a terrible announcement for fans, but instead of dwelling on the negative, star Tom Selleck has chosen to reflect on his amazing time on the program.

While numerous Blue Bloods cast members, including showrunner Kevin Wade and CBS President of Entertainment Amy Reisenbach, issued statements in response to the show’s cancelation, Selleck was the first to respond. It’s only fitting that he’s also the show’s most prominent actor.

Selleck opened his statement by thanking the team workers who had worked so hard to make the show a reality.

It has been a pleasure and a joy to work on a performance that not only honors the men and women who guard and serve in New York City, but also demonstrates the value of family, he said. He continued by thanking the network.

Working with these wonderful actors, writers, producers, directors, and crew has been a dream come true for Selleck, and he is grateful to have been a part of this extraordinary ensemble for over 275 episodes.

Thank you to CBS Studios and CBS Network for your unwavering support, and we are grateful to the fans that joined us for supper every Friday night.

The actor has had a long relationship with CBS. Selleck rose to fame as the titular character on Magnum, P.I. (1980–88), and he remained one of the network’s greatest performers into the 2000s thanks to the Jesse Stone TV movies.

It’s a credit to Blue Bloods’ excellence that it’s the longest-running series Selleck has ever been a part of, especially when you consider his previous work.

Selleck earlier stated that he would be available to continue playing Police Commissioner Frank Reagan for another five years, but the cancelation of Blue Bloods comes at an appropriate time in his career.

The actor is preparing to release his memoir, which will recount his life on television as well as the different victories and setbacks that have gone with it. The memoir, titled You Never Know, will be released on May 7, 2024.

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  1. I guess I will have to go down the road now to watch Tom pick avocados from his orchard. Good luck to them all. A great 14 years. Now watch re runs.

  2. Nothing more to say…… Appears to be a Done Deal. Sure hate it! One, if not THE Best shows on TV. We need this kind of TV!!! Doesn’t what the people Want matter at all? So much pure garbage on TV.
    Only if it has to do with Selleck’s health does it make any sense at all.

  3. Very Dissappointed the only wlolessome family show left on TV Real life family generational Issues & course the actors Everyone will be missed

  4. My favorite tv show for years because of the family part of the show. Dealing with ordinary family dynamics & the love between all of them has been a welcome change from most other shows. Not sure what I will do at 10pm on Fridays now that I can’t join the Reagan dinner table. Thanks to all responsible for giving us this show for years!

  5. Thank you for the years you have been on and thank you for the wonderful show. Tom Selleck is a wonderful person and would love to see him on another 5/10 years. Never enjoyed a show as much.
    Thank you

  6. I guess they were just not “woke” enough for the CBS bunch…pitiful… one of the best show ,with family values on TV ..of course the idiots cancelled it

  7. I will miss the show. The blue bloods was a great Friday night show. All the actors and actresses were great. Thanks for a wonderful series I enjoyed every week couldn’t wait until Friday to see you guys.

  8. I have watched and enjoyed every show. I am sad the series which is my favorite is being cancelled and will miss the family dinners the most!!

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