‘Blue Bloods’: First Look at Season 12 Dinner Scenes Revealed

by Joe Rutland
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Are you excited for a new season of “Blue Bloods” on CBS? We figured you are, Outsiders. You can see a picture from the dinner table.

As most “Blue Bloods” fans know, the Reagan family gathers there for dinner. But those dinner scenes have become important points in episodes. Most of the time, NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan, played by Tom Selleck, is right at the head of the table. He’s offering insights or some wisdom to other family members.

Sometimes, Frank is simply listening to others share about their lives or ask questions. Like we said, Outsiders, you can see a photo from a dinner table scene. Credit to cartermatt.com.

In the picture, you will see Selleck in his usual spot. To his right is Bridget Moynahan, who plays Assistant District Attorney Erin Reagan. And to Selleck’s left, down one seat, is Donnie Wahlberg, who plays Detective Danny Reagan. We aren’t quite sure who is between Selleck and Wahlberg, so we’re not going to guess,
Blue Bloods” fans.

The photo is from Season 12 of the popular Friday night police drama series. Others usually around the dinner table include Len Cariou, who plays Retired NYPD Commissioner Henry Reagan. Toss in Will Estes, who plays Sergeant Jamie Reagan, and you have a lot of family chit-chat.

“Blue Bloods” will be on CBS with new episodes on Friday, Oct. 1. Make your plans, Outsiders, to be in front of your TV sets at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.

‘Blue Bloods’ Revealed A Little Information About Season Premiere

We know you like hearing about favorite shows when there’s some “inside baseball” information available.

You are in luck, “Blue Bloods” fans.

Here’s some info about that Season 12 opener.

It’s called “Hate is Hate” and will air, as we said above, at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central, on Oct. 1.

Danny consults a psychic to solve a young boy’s murder. Frank ends up butting heads with the mayor of New York City around protecting the city while crime rises. Also, Erin goes into investigation mode after a cold case leads to the main eyewitness. Who is it? Turns out that it is Erin’s boss, District Attorney Kimberly Crawford, played by Roslyn Ruff. She witnessed the murder as a 13-year-old girl.

Is that enough to keep you on edge until the season premiere? If not, then catch reruns of “Blue Bloods” on ION Television and streaming platforms like Hulu.

Maybe you can go watch Frank, Danny, Erin, and the entire Reagan clan interact on earlier episodes.

But the new season promises to be as important as earlier seasons. There’s nothing like watching “Blue Bloods” and feeling like you are part of the show. Dinner table scenes bring viewers into the family discussions.

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