Blue Bloods is one of the longest-running dramas airing on CBS right now, but all good things must come to an end. Tom Selleck’s cop drama will end with its upcoming 14th season, which will air next year and be split into two parts.
Since its premiere in 2010, Blue Bloods followed the members of the Reagan family, who have been working in NYC law enforcement for decades. In addition to Tom Selleck as the family patriarch Frank Reagan, the series also stars Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Len Cariou, and Will Estes.
Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment, and David Stapf, president of CBS Studios, released a joint statement announcing the show’s cancellation and reflected on its timeless legacy.
“Blue Bloods will forever be a beloved part of CBS’s legacy. It ruled Friday nights with unprecedented dominance since its premiere and established itself as a pillar of our winning lineup with an exceptionally devoted fan base,” said the duo in a joint statement.
Blue Bloods will get a well-deserved farewell with an 18-episode final season, divided into two parts. The first ten episodes will air on CBS and Paramount+ starting on February 16, while the remaining eight will conclude the Reagans’ story in fall 2024.