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'Blue Bloods': Frank Reagan Feels Betrayed By Son's Possible Major Career Change

Blue Bloods teased another significant career change for a Reagan family member, but this was one idea Frank did not embrace. In "Hidden Motive," Jamie was surprisingly offered a chance to lead Mayor Chase's security detail. Was this a genuine offer from the mayor, or was there an ulterior motive? The Reagans were about to find out.

‘Blue Bloods’ Shows Tom Selleck’s Frank Reagan Handling Business

Fans of the hit television series “Blue Bloods” know that when Frank Reagan speaks, others listen because he means business. Legendary television and film icon Tom Selleck plays Frank Reagan on “Blue Bloods,” a law enforcement heavy on drama series. Regan is one of the show’s primary characters and Selleck excels in the role of a tough law enforcer. He is the New York City Police Commissioner and he takes great pride in the position.

‘Blue Bloods’: Does Character’s Return Signal Romance in the Air for Frank Reagan?

A long-unseen character returned to “Blue Bloods” in last night’s episode, titled “Firewall.” Commander Sloane Thompson of the City of London Police returned to New York City after being away for nearly five years. The character hasn’t appeared on the show since the season 6 episode “Friends in Need.” There, she wanted to find out a little too much about NYPD tactics and put Frank on edge. But they always had chemistry, and it’s possible that “Firewall” may lead to more appearances from Thompson.

Blue Bloods season 12: A Frank Reagan, Sloane Thompson romance?

Tonight’s Blue Bloods season 12 episode brought back Alex Kingston in her role of Sloane Thompson, and we also heard about some unexpected stuff at the same time!. Take, for example, Frank Reagan considering the idea of a romance with her, something that there was evidence of in the past back when Alex Kingston was previously on the show. These two have long had chemistry, but for the start of tonight’s episode, it was clear that Tom Selleck’s character was not allowing himself to see it. It also was impacting his performance on the job to some degree. It was a rare instance of his personal and professional lives interfering; this usually doesn’t happen because Frank doesn’t really have that much of a personal life.

Blue Bloods season 12 episode 8 promo: Is Frank Reagan on a podcast?

Are you ready for Blue Bloods season 12 episode 8? There is a new episode airing on CBS this coming Friday and of course, there will be a lot ahead for all of the Reagans!. For this sake of this article, though, let’s put the focus primarily on Frank Reagan. How can we not given what the promo below is setting up? Just from that alone, the assumption is that Tom Selleck’s character is going to be appearing on some sort of podcast, even though Garrett warns him not to do it.

‘Blue Bloods’: Meet the Actress Who is Playing Angela Riddick, Newcomer Introduced by Frank Reagan

Last Friday night, Blue Bloods introduced a newcomer to Frank Reagan’s dream team. So, who is this actress playing Angela Riddick?. Let’s take a look, Outsiders. IMDb informs us that she’s Ilfanesh Hadera. She attended the Harlem School of the Arts in New York City. Then Hadera moved on to attend the Fiorello H. LaGuardia School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. She would get an MFA in Text and Performance Studies from RADA/King’s College London.

‘Blue Bloods’ Star Will Estes Says Tom Selleck Is Similar to Frank Reagan: Here’s How

Just like a crew can make or break a tour in the music world, the cast can really make or break a TV series. The CBS hit drama “Blue Bloods” knows this well. They figured out a solid formula for longevity and success, and they’ve run with it for 12 seasons so far. A lot of Outsiders have been following the show for just as long, too. The best part? The core cast of “Blue Bloods” with Will Estes, Len Carious, Bridget Moynahan, Donnie Wahlberg, and Tom Selleck hasn’t changed.

'Blue Bloods' Offers Frank Reagan a New Job He Could Have a Hard Time Refusing

This week's episode of Blue Bloods featured a storyline that spun out of last week's, as Commissioner Frank Reagan was given a chance to no longer need to deal with Mayor Peter Chase's complaints when his friend Lenny Ross paid a visit. The new job could have also helped Frank avoid hurting his daughter Erin Reagan's chances of becoming Manhattan District Attorney. By the end of the episode though, fans could breathe a sigh of relief as Blue Bloods continues to bend its status quo without breaking it.

Is Tom Selleck leaving Blue Bloods? Is Frank Reagan quitting his job?

Is Tom Selleck leaving Blue Bloods? Entering tonight’s episode, some promos may be doing their part to leave you a little concerned. Let’s start things off with what we know at present: Nothing has been reported when it comes to an imminent departure from Tom. With that in mind, we want to remain hopeful that he’ll be around at the end of the hour.

‘Blue Bloods’: Is Frank Reagan Leaving the Show?

It’s a question you can expect people to ask more and more as Season 12 of “Blue Bloods” moves forward. The actor behind the Reagan family patriarch, former star of “Magnum P.I.” isn’t the spring chicken he once was. Now 76 years old, Selleck has become the subject of countless retirement rumors. Whether or not there’s any truth to them, well, that remains to be seen.

Is Tom Selleck leaving Blue Bloods? Is Frank Reagan stepping down?

Is Tom Selleck leaving Blue Bloods at some point in season 12? Could we actually see Frank Reagan step down as Commissioner?. Through most of the season to date, we’ve seen a lot of conflict between Frank and the Mayor — someone who is out to screw over the PC at any possible moment. Things have been really tense, but Frank still is not backing down. As a matter of fact, he continued to challenge the guy! He wants to do everything he can to make Frank’s life as hard as possible and now, he could be looking for an out.