Is Blue Bloods Season 14 not coming in June 2023

The “Forgive Us Our Trespasses” Blue Bloods season 13 finale, which aired on Friday, May 19 at 10/9c on CBS, was an emotional rollercoaster for all the show’s viewers. Fans are eager to see what happens in Blue Bloods season 14 because the season ended on such an intriguing note. The reality of Blue Bloods season 14 was pretty shaky given that this is an expensive series because to its actors and that networks are looking for innovative methods to lower their expenditures.

Fortunately, the show’s official network renewed it for a 14th season in March 2023. Nevertheless, the extension was only granted after the actors and producers agreed to a 25% salary reduction.

Fans are already speculating on whether Blue Bloods will have further seasons or not. In contrast, Donnie Wahlberg downplayed these worries in an interview with Us Weekly, saying, “I’m an optimist…I try to take every episode as it comes. I really do. I think it’s part of why I’ve enjoyed myself on the show for 13 years.”

Blue Bloods is one of the numerous CBS crime dramas, whose appeal is comparable to that of the NCIS and FBI series, SWAT, and The Equaliser, and has constantly assisted CBS in securing the title of most-watched US TV network.

The cop drama, which was developed by The Sopranos veterans Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green, debuted in 2010 with Tom Selleck as its leading man. For those who are unfamiliar, the show emphasises the characters as being members of the fictitious Reagan family, an Irish-American Catholic family living in New York City with a long history in law enforcement. Here are all the things you need to know about Blue Bloods season 14 as its thirteenth season comes to a conclusion.


Is Blue Bloods renewed for season 14?

As previously announced, on March 29, ’23, CBS formally renewed Blue Bloods for a season 14. Due to the financial issues, this does not come without a 25% wage reduction, though. Thankfully, the cast and the production consented to the wage repletion in order to continue airing the critically acclaimed cop drama on Friday evenings and to retain hundreds of staff members for an additional season.

With its renewal, the programme surpasses NCIS: Los Angeles, which just finished its 14th season, to take the title of second-longest-running current scripted series.

President of CBS Entertainment Amy Reisenbach commented on the renewal “Blue Bloods has dominated Friday nights since its premiere and remained an important anchor for CBS’ winning lineup. Led by the outstanding Tom Selleck, and an incredible cast and creative team, viewers continue to embrace the Reagans, their law enforcement family, and the series’ dramatic storytelling. We can’t wait to pull a chair up to the Reagan family dinner table for another fantastic season.”

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