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Blue Bloods Cancelled: Tom Selleck Reacts

Blue Bloods fans, prepare to bid farewell to the CBS drama. Because the network just revealed its plans to cancel after season 14 airs.

Find out when the last season of Blue Bloods will premiere. And keep reading to learn what the show’s star Tom Selleck said about the news.

Blue Bloods Spoilers – When Will Season 14 Debut?

CBS has cancelled the popular drama Blue Bloods. And the network revealed via TV Insider that season 14 will mark the end of the series.

Season 14 of Blue Bloods will begin with its premiere on Friday, February 16. That premiere will air in the show’s traditional 10/9 time slot. And it will mark the end for what ranked as the top prime-time show on Fridays, taking third place among all broadcast dramas.

Blue Bloods Cancelled: Tom Selleck Reacts

CBS plans to feature Blue Bloods season 14 in its fall 2024 line-up. And Blue Bloods star Tom Selleck reflected on the show’s history since debuting in 2010. “For the past 13 years it has been an honor and a privilege to work on a show that not only celebrates the men and women who protect and serve in New York City, but also displayed the importance of family,” said Selleck.

Blue Bloods Spoilers – Tom Selleck Reacts To Cancellation

For Selleck, Blue Bloods has become like a family. And he shared his gratitude. “Working alongside these incredible actors, writers, producers, directors and crew has been a dream come true,” said the Blue Bloods star. 

And Selleck expressed how he feels “grateful to have been a part of this extraordinary group for over 275 episodes. Thank you to CBS Studios and CBS Network for their steadfast support and we offer heartfelt gratitude to the fans who gathered with us for dinner every Friday night.”

But Blue Bloods executive producer Kevin Wade offered his own perspective. And he called it “a tremendous privilege these past 13 years to fill the huge canvas that Leonard Goldberg imagined. A police procedural told from the point of view of four generations of a close-knit, fiercely loyal family.”

Blue Bloods Spoilers – Who Stars In Season 14?

Wade praised Blue Bloods for leaving “behind an enduring legacy that was collectively achieved by our extraordinary cast, our talented and tirelessly inventive writers, and the best crew in the business. CBS Studios and the CBS Television Network encouraged us to tell our stories in multi-layered narratives that have gone on to resonate with millions of people, and we thank them for their unwavering partnership and collaboration.”

And the executive producer added, “We look forward to giving fans an exciting and emotionally satisfying final season. We are forever grateful for their enthusiasm and loyalty over all these years.”

Blue Bloods season 14 will star Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, and Bridget Moynahan. And other stars include Will Estes, Len Cariou, Marisa Ramirez, and Vanessa Ray. As the president of CBS Entertainment Amy Reisenbach noted, “Blue Bloods will forever be a beloved part of CBS’ 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.”

Tell us what you think. How do you feel about Blue Bloods ending? And after you share your views, check back on our site for more TV news.

  1. Deborah S. Martinez says

    I’m really surprised they’re canceling Blue Bloods. This was such a successful show and was actually one of the good ones. It not only taught family values, which is much needed today, it also showed what the New York police department goes through on a daily basis. Not only New York, but most states in our country. It’s not just stopping for donuts and coffee and giving out tickets. Their Sunday dinners around the table with all the family, really shows what family is about. No excuses, no telephones, and everybody putting their heart out on the table. Family is your best support system, and this truly portrays what’s missing in this country. It’s a shame that you would cancel the show. I can see so many directions this could go in to continue running for several years to come. I know they always say, “Always leave them wanting more, and leave on a good note.” It’s just a shame this particular series is ending because there really isn’t a lot of good stuff to watch on TV today. This is reality at its finest. I will truly miss this show and all the actors. They made it look so real and natural. I felt as though they were part of our family. I really wish you would reconsider.

    1. Karen Jeane says

      I agree completely with this response. If there is any theme we need to see, it is the importance of a strong family!

  2. Debbie Pruitt says

    I think it’s wrong to cancel a series that fans have come to love and has done so well for so long. No one wants to watch the reality scripted shows that bleep out every other word.
    I have so enjoyed Blue Bloods and the actors. I love the family getting together on Sundays for dinner like it was when I grew up. I will miss this series so much. Shame on CBS, that is the only time I watch CBS is on Friday nights at 10 pm. The only series worth watching. I will not be watching anymore CBS after BLUE BLOODS leave.

    1. Nora Scholl says

      I sooo agree with you, the best show on TV. I was VERY saddened to hear about the cancellation. And I wish they would rethink about this terrible decision. TO MUCH JUNK on TV.

  3. Santiago Soto Jr says

    Blue Bloods is an exceptional series. I will miss the exciting episodes as well as the Sunday dinner table. I can’t image any other program meeting the talent and story line of Blue Bloods. I would like to see the return of Blue Bloods in the future.

  4. Cheryl says

    Shame on CBS. Hopefully another network will pick up thus exceptional program.

    1. Michael says

      I agree with all of the above comments. I started watching Blue Bloods late in the series run but when I did starting watching I fell in love with the series & it’s stories & actors. I do hope another station picks up the series which has happened in the past with other shows. I watch the reruns on the ION TV station also. Hope it does get picked up & I’m sure alot of fans hope that too.

    2. Sharon says

      I love BlueBloods, and I know that a series cannot go on forever.My problem is what will replace it ? Another stupid reality show. Please fill this spot with good family drama.

  5. Sandy Filomena says

    I look forward to 10pm every Friday night because I know it’s time for Blue Bloods. I’ve watched it from the beginning and will watch to the end. I love family shows and the police presence in the show. I do not watch reality shows, I just live it.. The cast is superb. Thank you for all those Friday nights.

  6. Anita says

    The one outstanding show on tv!!!! Why would you cancel such a fan favorite and keep some shows who demonstrate no morals, no role models for kids to look up to, no script that is worth watching, and these absurd reality shows!
    I will definitely not watch CBS and will find a channel that supports quality programing and not slutty shows!!



  8. Lynda C says

    I don’t quite understand why they would want to take off such an incredible show without any plausible explanation. It not only depicts REAL cop activities, responses and emotions but they do it with high family and moral values!!! It’s such a good show! Please reconsider!

  9. Dottie B. says

    I am so very sorry this great story is being cancelled! It has truly been a fave since the first episode. The actors played their parts with so much love and honor. Many of us are going to truly miss you all. I feel so sad to see this show leave the air. Great good luck and love to Tom and everyone. You all felt like family. Love and sunshine to all….❤️

  10. ginny says

    it is a sad day No real reason to cancel
    such a wholesome show with such wonderful
    characters – shame on CBS

  11. Carol Hales says

    I’m pissed why not keep going there’s not many good shows to watch but this one is a great show I will only watch CBS to see SWAT but nothing else

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