Outsiders love their TV crime dramas. One probably at the top is “Blue Bloods” with its star Sami Gayle, who has found a new interest.
No, it’s not a love interest. This interest is among the sporting type. Take a look at the “Blue Bloods” star in this Instagram clip.
“Found something I’m (slightly) better at than golf. 😂” Gayle writes on the post. “Thank you, Deborah, for your kindness and patience during my first lesson! Check out my stories for more tennis and more!”
So Gayle, who plays Nicky Reagan, daughter of Assistant District Attorney Erin Reagan [Bridget Moynahan], on the show, is getting into tennis.
‘Blue Bloods’ Fans Will Have to Wait and See if Gayle Shows up This Season
Well, we’ll all have to see how Gayle keeps going with her tennis lessons. One question for “Blue Bloods” fans is whether or not Nicky will make an appearance in this season’s shows at all. Gayle did show up for last season’s finale.
There has not been any permanent word around whether or not Gayle will appear. What we do know is that Nicky is off at college right now, just like Gayle is, too.
“Blue Bloods” is currently filming episodes in New York City for Season 12. Tom Selleck returns as NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan. Besides Selleck and Moynahan, others returning this season include Will Estes, Donnie Wahlberg, Vanessa Ray, Marisa Ramirez, and Len Cariou.
Much like Outsiders, the Reagans love to sit around the dinner table for some solid conversations. Expect more dinner scenes this coming season, too.
Selleck Isn’t Leaving Series Despite Rumors Swirling About Possible Departure
Speaking of Selleck, there has been some talk or rumors that he would be leaving “Blue Bloods” after this season.
As some Outsiders down south might say, “Not so fast, hoss.”
Selleck talked about his character’s future before Season 11 in an interview with TV Insider.
“Frank is seriously considering resignation,” Selleck said. “The job is so wearing on him. He’s looked for ways out before, but this time it’s serious. He doesn’t think he’s being effective in this antipolice climate, and he can’t protect the rank and file. So maybe it’s time for new blood.”
Maybe it is time for some “new blood” in the role of NYPD commissioner. But Selleck still loves being a part of the show. Even if Frank decides to step down, then it doesn’t necessarily mean Selleck is leaving the show.
This is just one storyline “Blue Bloods” fans are going to have to watch this season.
Get ready to watch the Season 12 premiere on Friday night, Oct. 1, at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.