Continue reading to learn more details about the rumored spoilers about Blue Bloods Season 13.
After months of anticipation, the network has officially announced that Blue Bloods Season 13 is scheduled to air on Friday, October 7 at 10 p.m. ET on the CBS network and Paramount+. The official Twitter handle of the series also confirmed the news by sharing the official release on a post quoting, “Always listen to the person at the head of the table. #BlueBloods returns Friday, October 7 at 10/9c for an all-new season. We’ll see you soon!” Take a look at the official post below:
— Blue Bloods (@BlueBloods_CBS) June 23, 2022
It is currently the No. 4 series on broadcast television, averaging 9.81M viewers. The move comes amid a slew of renewals for the network, which has handed new seasons to the NCIS franchise – NCIS, NCIS: Hawai’i and NCIS: LA – CSI: Vegas, and S.W.A.T. as well as comedies including Young Sheldon, The Neighborhood, Bob Hearts Abishola, and Ghosts, while Bull is ending its run this season.
It is one of the most successful series from CBS, and the demand for the series among the fans leads to a lot of speculation as there are many spoilers spreading around social media for months, anticipating the next plotline and character arcs of the season. If you want to know about the major spoilers for the next season, then you have reached the right place as we’ve compiled a list of the potential spoilers that are circulating on social media.
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Will Jamie and Eddie be separated?
According to the TV Line, “It was brought up when Jamie and Eddie got married, that though there is no law on the books, it is against the rule of custom for spouses to work together in a precinct,” Wade reminded. “But they have a new commanding officer this season (Stephanie Kurtzuba’s Sgt. McNichols), who as soon as she sees them says, ‘One of you is going to transfer by the end of the day.'”
Sgt. McNichols actually “finds another way” to solve the problem, “which is to elevate Jamie to Field Information Officer for that precinct,” Wade previewed. “That means he’s not in uniform and he’s not at the morning rollout and all that stuff, but it’s a very real job at the NYPD.”
Simply said, it is the Field Information Officer’s job to “take the usual perp who is brought in for whatever he’s brought in for” and assess his potential value as a confidential informant before he’s processed out to the DA, Wade explained. “If he looks like a likely ‘treasure chest,’ the Field Information Officer sits them down and says, ‘I think we can probably cut you a break on this, depending on what you can give us….’
Jack Boyle’s return to the show
Speaking to TV Insider on the subject, Bridget Moynahan had the following to say regarding Jack’s return to the show and what he could have to offer, “He offers to introduce her to somebody with political and financial support. That opens the door to conversations that bring them closer, but now that she’s running for office, I think she’s waiting. Your private life is exposed no matter what it is.”
A major job change for Jamie Reagan
Viewers will see a significant employment transition for Jamie Reagan. Speaking to TVLine on that subject, here is some of what showrunner and executive producer Kevin Wade stated, “It was brought up when Jamie and Eddie (played by Will Estes and Vanessa Ray) got married, that though there is no law on the books, is it is against the rule of custom for spouses to work together in a precinct … But they have a new commanding officer this season (Sgt. McNichols), who as soon as she sees them says, ‘One of you is going to transfer by the end of the day.'”
Det. Anthony Abetemarco is back
Steve Schirripa confirmed the news that Anthony is not going anywhere as he will be back for the new season of Blue Bloods. He shared some BTS pictures from the set with his followers and captioned them, captioned, “Sweltering temps for the first week of filming! Great to be back @bluebloods_cbs! #season13”
Moreover, Anthony’s appearance in these photographs indicates that there will most likely be some crossover between Erin and Danny’s stories in the premiere. This has only led to more speculating about the next plotlines for the character in the fandom, which will be exciting to see in the coming days. Take a look at the official post below:
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Where to stream Blue Bloods?
When available to stream Blue Bloods Season 13 along with all the previous seasons will be available to stream on CBS’s official website with other streaming platforms like FuboTV, Paramount+, and Hulu Plus, according to the viewer’s preference based on a number of membership plans to choose from.
You can also stream Blue Bloods by renting or purchasing on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu. The series is also available for free on Pluto or CBS, based on the viewer’s location.
Blue Bloods Offical Synopsis
The official synopsis of Blue Bloods states, “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 in police work, and is asked to participate in a secretive investigation that even his father does not know about.”
Catch up on the previous seasons while you wait for Blue Bloods Season 13 to premiere on CBS.