At the end of season 10, fans of “Blue Bloods” were eagerly awaiting the show’s return, hoping to get answers to the questions it had.
Blue Bloods is an American police procedural drama. Its first season premiered on September 24, 2010, with 22 dazzling episodes. Blue Bloods follows the story of a family of policemen who for generations have been fighting the crime afflicting the Big Apple, working in the New York City Police Department.
How the season 10th of Blue Bloods ended?
Blue Bloods 10 threw a bomb in the early season finale broadcast by CBS: due to the Coronavirus emergency, the procedural with Tom Selleck also ended early, but not without twists.
The Reagan family saw Eddie and Jamie begin their journey as a married couple, while Erin grappled with allegations of her ability to serve as a prosecutor. Additionally, Frank was also embroiled in a longstanding feud between the NYPD and the FDNY.
The nineteenth and final episode of the tenth season, in fact, revealed the existence of another member of the Reagan family: the deceased Joe had a son, Joe Hill (played by new entry Will Hochman). And since good blood does not lie, he too is employed in the police, in the firearms unit.
When can we watch Blue Bloods Season 11?
After the successful and appreciative launch of ten seasons, fans are sitting on their couches and waiting for the eleventh season. In May 2020, CBS renewed the series for season 11, with a 22-episode set, but the confirmed release date is yet to be revealed.
Based on records from the previous ten seasons, each season premiered in September, so we hope that an official release date for Season 11 will soon arrive. Till then, we can assume that the 11th season of Blue Bloods might be released in mid-2021.