Are you ready for Friday night’s two-hour season finale of “Blue Bloods” on CBS? If not, then we’ve got something to get you in the mood.
Donnie Wahlberg, Tom Selleck, and others from the popular crime drama share their insights into tonight’s story. It revolves around Detective Joe Hill, who happens to be NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan’s grandson. Selleck plays Frank Reagan on the show. Will Hochman portrays Hill.
Hill has not been seen on a “Blue Bloods” episode since last year. What’s up with that? Well, that’s one of the storylines involving the cast. Wahlberg, who plays Danny Reagan, confronts Frank about not knowing Joe’s status.
‘Blue Bloods’ Cast Members Share Their Perspective on Season-Ending Show
Plus, there are some other stories that get addressed as well. You’ll notice in this clip from the show’s Instagram account that Wahlberg talks about being in scenes with Will Estes a lot. During the season, Wahlberg’s mother dies and he mentions how much it meant to be with Estes at times.
Take a look at how some cast members, including Wahlberg and Selleck, set up your “Blue Bloods” two-hour season finale on CBS.
It’s ironic that Henry Reagan, patriarch of the Reagan family and played by Len Cariou, asks a very important question.
“Anyone care to fill us in?” Henry asks at the dinner table. The Reagan dinner table, a central part of any “Blue Bloods” episode, becomes even more important as the 11th season comes to a close.
But this isn’t the end of the Reagan family drama. They’ll be back on CBS for a 12th season.
You can catch Friday night’s two-hour, season-ending episode starting at 9 p.m. Eastern, 8 p.m. Central on CBS.
Actor From ‘Jesse Stone’ Reconnects With Costar on CBS Show
By the way, there’s a reunion of sorts taking place on “Blue Bloods” as Gloria Reuben makes an appearance.
Reuben worked with Selleck on the Hallmark Channel series “Jesse Stone.” She’s also appeared in other TV shows like “ER” and “Law and Order: SVU.”
On Friday night’s episode, Reuben plays ATF Special Agent Rachel Weber, who oversees Hill’s undercover operation. There’s a possibility that Hill is compromised in his role, so that’s going to have to be settled (or not) before the show ends.
“Jesse Stone” comprised nine TV movies on Hallmark, all staring Selleck in the lead role.
Both Selleck and Reuben will have important roles in the show on Friday night. You’ll have to tune in and see what happens.