Is CBS’s Police Drama Blue Bloods 13 Cancelled or Renewed?
When does Frank plan to retire? Do we get to see a 13th season of Blue Bloods on CBS? Here is where you can follow the status of Blue Bloods Season 13 as the television vulture monitors cancellation and renewal announcements. Keep in mind that the television vulture is always watching.
A CBS staple for over a decade, Blue Bloods is now the network’s third longest-running drama after NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles. Even though Season 12 has only ended, speculation about a possible return to the show has already begun.
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What Exactly Is The Point Of Watching This Show On Television?
Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Marisa Ramirez, Vanessa Ray, and Sami Gayle star in Blue Bloods, which airs on CBS. The cast also includes Gregory Jbara, Robert Clohessy, Steven Schirripa, Andrew Terraciano, Tony Terraciano, Lauren Patten, Rosyln Ruff, Luis Antonio Ramos, Callie Thorne, Dylan Walsh,
The Reagan family is a devoted police enforcement clan from New York City, and they serve as the show’s central protagonists. Frank Reagan (Selleck) is the patriarch of the Reagan family and the police commissioner of New York City. Henry (Cariou) Sr., his unflinchingly brave father, was Chief once.
Frank’s eldest son, Danny (Wahlberg), is a veteran detective, family man, and an Iraq War hero, all of which make him both proud and very worried. Danny and his sidekick, Detective Maria Baez, use questionable methods to solve cases (Ramirez). Erin (Moynahan), Frank’s daughter, is a New York Assistant District Attorney and the sole caretaker of her daughter Nicky (Gayle).
Jamie (Estes), Frank’s youngest son, is a Harvard Law School graduate and the family’s “golden boy.” He turned off a promising legal career to join the police force, continuing a family tradition. Jamie Janko’s wife, Eddie (Ray) Janko, is a cop in the same department.
Does Season 13 Of Blue Bloods Seem Likely?
According to CBS’s April renewal, Blue Bloods will indeed return for the thirteenth season. Series 12 was already in progress when the announcement was made, so fans were relieved to hear that the show wouldn’t be ending anytime soon. No potential airdate for the new season has been discussed as of yet. However, similar to the last series, Blue Bloods could return this fall.
CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl said in a statement: “America’s favorite first family of law enforcement is back for season 13. “The Reagans possess an incredible bond with audiences literally everywhere and on every platform. “
Over the course of 12 seasons and over 250 episodes, Blue Bloods has established itself as a rating juggernaut and creative powerhouse.
Even yet, some viewers of the show haven’t caught up on the most recent episodes. Blue Bloods’ latest season has already come out in America but UK fans have had to wait for the series to air. There is no need to wait much longer though as the series is almost ready to begin.
Blue Bloods season 12 will make its UK debut on Monday, June 20, at 9 pm on Sky Witness. As those in the States already know, there will be plenty of scope for a 13th outing following the end of season 12. In the grand finale, Erin Reagan (played by Bridget Moynahan) had come to a crossroads in her career.
Season 12 Ratings
The 12th season of Blue Bloods averaged a 0.44 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 6.05 million viewers.
Compared to season 11, that’s down by 16% in the demo and down by 6% in viewership in the live+same day ratings (including DVR playback through 3:00 AM).
While these numbers don’t include further delayed or streaming viewing, they are a very good indicator of how a show is performing, especially when compared to others on the same channel.
There can be other economic factors involved in a show’s fate, but typically the higher-rated series are renewed and the lower-rated ones are canceled. Find out how Blue Bloods stacks up against other CBS TV shows.