When will the fans get to see more of this police procedural drama series? Continue reading to find out more about Blue Bloods Season 13.
“It is not a secret that you plan to run for DA. If you can spare the time to look into this, I will be most appreciative.” If you recall this quote by Pastor Clay from the 11th episode, then there is a lot to look forward to! The viewers have been anticipating if the season will resume its run with the remaining episodes in 2023 or not. If you are one of them, then you’ve come to the right spot, as we have compiled all the necessary information to get a head start on the forthcoming episodes.
So, if you’re looking for information about the likely release date and plot, then look no further! Here is everything we know so far about when Blue Bloods Season 13 will be back with new episodes on CBS.
Blue Bloods Season 13: Will the season resume its run on CBS?
The wait for the much-anticipated new episodes is finally over! The 12th episode, “The Big Leagues,” is now scheduled to release next month on Friday, February 3, 2023, at the same time slot of 10/9c on CBS and later on Paramount Plus. The network has also disclosed details about the 13th episode, which is simply titled “Past History,” which is scheduled to release on February 10, 2023, at the same time slot as Friday nights on the network.
As of January 24, 2023, the official titles and synopsis of the majority of the remaining episodes have not been revealed and will be disclosed later. So, while you wait for the new episodes to premiere in a few days, check out the prior episodes to catch up with the story if you haven’t been able to.
The PC is in the building! You know what that means — an all-new #BlueBloods is on NOW. pic.twitter.com/Hrha9IOUPo
— Blue Bloods (@BlueBloods_CBS) January 14, 2023
Blue Bloods Season 13: A quick recap of the season so far
Tom Selleck stars as Frank Reagan, the New York Police Commissioner, and patriarch of the Reagan clan, a multigenerational family of cops. Frank’s oldest son is Danny, a seasoned detective and Iraqi War veteran who occasionally uses dubious tactics to solve cases. Daughter Erin, the lone female, is an assistant district attorney. Fresh out of Harvard Law, Jamie is the youngest member and “golden boy” of the family.
Jamie gave up a lucrative future in law to continue the family’s tradition of police work and is asked to participate in a secretive investigation that even his father does not know about. In the meantime, we urge viewers to catch up with the prior episodes of the 13th season to get an idea of how the story will unfold if you haven’t been able to catch up with the episodes. We also suggest you stop reading this section if you want to avoid major spoilers!
Episode 1: Keeping the Faith: Eddie and Jamie deal with a domestic violence case associated with an investigation led by Danny and Baez; Frank and his friend go on a mission to avail themselves of an unfiltered look at the city; Erin is presented with a surprising offer.
Episode 2: First Blush: Frank announces he will not endorse Erin’s run for district attorney; Danny and Baez investigate a bloody crime scene at a hotel; Jamie begins a new job as a field intelligence sergeant that requires him to keep secrets from his family.
Episode 3: Ghosted: Danny and Baez investigate after a vicious attack leaves their mutual friend, Maggie Gibson, hospitalized; Frank and the team debate the appropriate memorial protocol for a former police commissioner with a questionable professional legacy.
Episode 4: Life During Wartime: Danny and Baez investigate a series of violent robberies targeting luxury timepieces; Erin is conflicted about criminally charging a potentially innocent man; Frank is forced to reopen a case in which the officer involved was acquitted.
Episode 5: Homefront: Frank launches an investigation after the Reagan family is harassed; Danny and Baez form an unlikely partnership with an informant in order to prevent a murder; Eddie lands in hot water after she defies a direct order.
Episode 6: On Dangerous Ground: Danny and Jamie clash over a gang-related shooting; Erin and Anthony search for answers when a lawyer in their office jeopardizes a case involving Erin’s nephew; Frank grows concerned when he’s not invited to speak at a policing forum.
Episode 7: Heroes: Erin and Anthony clash when Anthony’s daughter is the sole eyewitness to a fatal shooting; Frank wants to punish an off-duty copy for his inaction during an armed robbery; Danny and Baez investigate a violent mugging.
Episode 8: Poetic Justice: Danny crosses paths with a criminal from a previous case when he investigates a gang attack with a shocking motive; Frank and Mayor Chase butt heads over an off-duty cop who goes too far making a political statement.
Episode 9: Nothing Sacred: Frank and his grandson, Joe Hill, contend with a grievous insult to the memory of Joe’s father; Erin and Henry work together to bust a scammer targeting the elderly; Eddie’s captain takes a suspicious interest in her efforts to locate a stolen puppy.
Episode 10: Fake It Till You Make It: Jamie and his new intel team officer infiltrate a high-tech car smuggling ring; Frank faces off against the city’s transit chief over a program that is causing officer injuries on the job; Eddie asks Danny to help her bust a cop impersonator.
Episode 11: Lost Ones: Danny and Baez’s investigation into the death of a chess hustler is complicated by interference from the victim’s son; Jamie tries to make amends with a man he regrets putting away as a young officer.
The main cast members of the new season are as follows Tom Selleck as Frank Reagan, Bridget Moynahan as Erin Reagan, Donnie Wahlberg as Daniel Reagan, Will Estes as Jamie Reagan, Len Cariou as Henry Reagan, Marisa Ramirez as Maria Baez, and Vanessa Ray as Eddie Janko-Reagan. Moreover, the recurring cast members of the season are as follows Abigail Hawk as Abigail Baker, Gregory Jbara as Garrett Moore, Robert Clohessy as Sidney “Sid” Gormley, Steve Shirripa as Anthony Abetemarco, Will Hochman as Joseph Hill, Roslyn Ruff as Kimberly Crawford, and Ian Quinlan as Luis Badillo
When the brand new episodes of Blue Bloods Season 13 air, along with all the previous seasons, they will be available to stream on CBS’s official website, along with other streaming platforms like FuboTV, Paramount+, and Hulu Plus, according to the viewer’s preference based on the number of membership plans to choose from.
You can also stream the series by renting or purchasing it on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu. The series is also available for free on Pluto or CBS, depending on the viewer’s location. Take a look at the official post below, which also encourages viewers to watch previous episodes to stay up-to-date on the plotlines.
Cheers to another great #BlueBloods episode! Thanks for tuning in. pic.twitter.com/Z3LfnZwm7c
— Blue Bloods (@BlueBloods_CBS) January 21, 2023
Catch up on previous episodes while you wait for Blue Bloods Season 13 to premiere next month on CBS.