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Is Blue Bloods Renewed For Season 15? Donnie Wahlberg Uncancellation Clue

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Fans were devastated when the news of Blue Bloods’ cancellation broke, but is it really ending? Several cast members have sparked speculation that the show could potentially be saved. Keep reading to see if Blue Bloods is renewed for Season 15.

CBS’ Blue Bloods is a popular police procedural that focuses on the fictional Reagan family, who have a long history with law enforcement. The series first premiered in September 2010 and has anchored CBS’ Friday night lineup ever since. It is the network’s most-watched primetime program and the No. 3 broadcast drama with 9.54 million viewers, according to Deadline. The ensemble cast includes Tom Selleck as New York City Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, Donnie Wahlberg as Danny Reagan, Will Estes as Jamie Reagan, Bridget Moynahan as Erin Reagan-Boyle and Len Cariou as Henry Reagan, among others.

After 13 seasons on air, CBS announced in November 2023 that the show will end with Season 14. The two-part final season will consist of 18 episodes; the first eight are currently airing, while the remaining 10 will premiere in fall 2024.

“Blue Bloods will forever be a beloved part of CBS’s legacy. It ruled Friday nights with unprecedented dominance since its premiere and established itself as a pillar of our winning lineup with an exceptionally devoted fan base,” Amy Reisenbach, President of CBS Entertainment, and David Stapf, President of CBS Studios, said in a statement at the time.

Since the announcement, fans and cast members alike have been rallying around the show in hopes that it can be saved. Recent remarks from stars like Donnie Wahlberg and Tom Selleck have us thinking that Season 14 might not actually be the final season. Read on for all the details.

Is Blue Bloods renewed for Season 15?

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Is Blue Bloods renewed for Season 15? Although it’s unlikely that Blue Bloods will get another full season, it’s not impossible. There are even rumors swirling that the show will at least get a few more episodes.

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While appearing on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live(via People), Donnie Wahlberg referred to Season 14 as “allegedly” and “potentially” the last season. “There are rumblings, so we’ll see what happens,” he teased.

Wahlberg’s remarks come shortly after his co-star Tom Selleck voiced his opinion on the show’s cancellation. “CBS will find an awful lot of people aren’t ready to say goodbye to it,” he told TV Insider during a January 2024 interview. “The show’s more popular than ever, and I think [numbers] will increase with the interest this year.” He added: “We’re certainly not out of ideas.”

“I’m not counting the days so I can do something else,” Selleck continued. “I love the work. Sometimes the hours are a little harder because I’m older, but so what? I want work as long as they’ll have me.”

Blue Bloods mainstay Gregory Jbara, who stars NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Public Information Garrett Moore, also weighed in on the debate while speaking to the Think Big podcast. “I don’t want to get any anyone’s hopes up, but if our numbers are really good … I know that there’s a push to try and flesh out the back half.” As it stands now, the show will end just short of the 300th episode milestone. Extending the final season into Spring 2025 would allow the series to hit the impressive 300 episodes mark and then some.

“Tom [Selleck]’s got something going on,” Jbara claimed. “He literally goes, ‘I’ve got a couple tricks in my bag that I’m going to present to the network.’ He added: “I think I can say without teasing anyone that that is a something that’s being considered.”

CBS has not yet commented on Wahlberg or the other cast members’ remarks, so fans will just have to wait and see — and keep fighting to save the show!

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