BLUE BLOODS
TV Guide Magazine|September 13–26, 2021
Is the police commissioner about to be out of commission?
lleane Rudolph

Say it ain't so! Seems like New York City police commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) is considering retirement again. According to Blue Bloods showrunner Kevin Wade, Season 12's opening episodes "frame Frank as a guy who's seen it all, done it all and [questions] does he really want to anymore."

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