Blue Bloods returns on Friday, October 7. With a run for DA, Erin is poised to affix her dad, the police commissioner, as a frontrunner in regulation and order.
Right here, New York Metropolis’s high cop and Reagan patriarch Tom Selleck offers an inside take a look at Season 13.
Within the premiere, Frank goes on an incognito late-night stroll across the metropolis to test on his cops. What’s the consequence?
Tom Selleck: It offers him perception into the lack of morale within the NYPD, and he’ll deal straight with that severe subject. Frank has needed to stroll a tightrope on this woke setting. Now he’s realizing he’s not going to be as diplomatic, and I like that for him. He’s due for a confrontation with Mayor Chase [Dylan Walsh] — ’trigger he appears to be speaking out of each side of his mouth, in Frank’s opinion.
Blue Bloods has at all times strived to be nonpartisan.
It’s a present a couple of law-enforcement household and their viewpoint, but it surely doesn’t imply they’re at all times proper and their adversaries don’t have some extent…until they’re simply flat-out murdering criminals. [Chuckles]
Will Frank exit on a limb and endorse Erin for Manhattan DA?
He wrestles with that. Is his endorsement a plus or a minus? It will get intense for the entire household.
Can we look ahead to some fascinating friends at Sunday dinner? Returning grandkids? Erin’s ex-husband, Jack Boyle (Peter Hermann)?
I gained’t say who, however you’ll be stunned how many individuals are on the desk. And Jack’s been lurking.
Bridget says making it to fifteen seasons can be pretty. You in?
I’ve bought a mortgage. I’m sport!
Blue Bloods, Season 13 Premiere, Friday, October 7, 10/9c, CBS