The Reagans turn in their badges.
CBS announced that its popular family-oriented police drama “Blue Bloods” will end next fall after a two-part 14th season premiering February 16.
In the series, Tom Selleck plays New York Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, the patriarch of a close-knit family who fights crime as part of the NYPD and prosecutor’s office.
It has been a Friday night staple on CBS since its premiere in 2010 and was the night’s highest-rated series, averaging over 9.5 million viewers per week last season.
“For the past 13 years, it has been an honor and a privilege to work on a show that not only celebrates the men and women who protect and serve New York, but also shows the importance of family,” said Selleck, 78 in a statement.
“Working with these incredible actors, writers, producers, directors and crew has been a dream come true and I am grateful to have been part of this extraordinary group for over 275 episodes.”
The series stars in the series, which was filmed on location in New York City Donnie Wahlberg as Det. Danny Reagan; Bridget Moynahan as ADA Erin Reagan; Will Estes as Sgt. Jamie Reagan; And Len Cariou as retired NYPD Commissioner Henry Reagan.
The cast also includes Jennifer Esposito (Det. Jackie Curatola), Steve Schirippa (Det. Anthony Abetemarco), Marissa Ramirez and Vanessa Ray. Amy Carlson played Linda Reagan in season seven.
“‘Blue Bloods’ will forever remain a beloved part of the CBS legacy,” said CBS executives Amy Reisenbach and David Stapf. “Since its premiere, it has dominated Friday nights with unprecedented dominance, establishing itself as a pillar of our successful lineup with an exceptionally loyal fan base.”