‘Blue Bloods’: What Does Bridget Moynahan Reprising ‘Sex and the City’ Role Mean for Erin Reagan?

by Lauren Boisvert
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Bridget Moynahan, known as Erin Reagan on “Blue Bloods,” is going to be back on HBO for the “Sex and the City” revival, titled “And Just Like That…” She’s reprising her role as Natasha Naginsky. She came on the show in season 2 as Mr. Big’s second wife. She is now his ex-second-wife, as he and Carrie are now married.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, and Chris Noth are all slated to return for the revival as well. It doesn’t seem like they’re leaving any current projects to work on this one, but Bridget Moynahan might have to. She’s currently on “Blue Bloods” as Erin Reagan, Chief of the Trial Bureau for the D.A.’s Office.

Currently, there’s only 4 episodes of season 12, so it’s not like she can just wait for the season to end. “And Just Like That…” is set to air on HBO Max on December 9; it’s possible she’s only in a handful of episodes, and was able to work around her “Blue Bloods” schedule.

It seems like Moynahan is adamant to stay on “Blue Bloods.” There have been no rumors that she’s leaving the show; it’s very possible she just worked multiple projects into her filming schedule. It sounds like a busy time, but it just might be possible. So, the short answer is: it doesn’t look like Bridget Moynahan is leaving “Blue Bloods” any time soon.

‘Blue Bloods’: Danny and Jamie Shared Hilarious Brotherly Moments in New Episode

In Friday night’s “Blue Bloods” episode, Jamie Reagan was tasked with protecting his older brother Danny. Apparently, someone put a hit out on Danny and he was almost killed, and Frank Reagan teamed his sons up together as protection.

Danny acted appropriately for someone who had to deal with their little brother following them around constantly. Namely, exasperated. For example, there was one hilarious scene between the brothers when they had to deal with new sleeping arrangements at Danny’s place.

The two griped with each other about it, with Danny complaining, “You’ve got kevlar curtains on my windows, unmarked cars on each end of my block, why!?”

To which Jamie replied, innocently, “Protecting you.”

“Protecting me?” Danny goes on. “By camping out in my bedroom?”

But then Jamie brought out a peace offering. “Do you want to watch a movie?” Jamie says. Danny shouts, “No!” but Jamie is undeterred, continuing, “Because I brought one of your favorites, ‘The Verdict.'”

“Oh, great,” Danny replies sarcastically, “I’ll go make some popcorn.”

Jamie says, as Danny walks away, “You’re a pain in the ass.” Danny pops his head back in the room to say, “No, you’re a pain in the ass.” Jamie just says, “You’re welcome,” because he knows, for all their fighting, his brother appreciates when he’s doing.

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