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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race,’ Remembering Betty White, Lyle Lovett Returns to ‘Blue Bloods,’ Final ‘Search Party’

RuPaul’s Emmy-winning drag-stravagazna returns for a 14th season of fabulous sashaying. A weekend of vintage episodes saluting the late, great Betty White begins with a broadcast of her 1978 celebrity roast. Lyle Lovett is back on CBS hit Blue Bloods as Texas Ranger Waylon Gates. The party is over for HBO Max’s cult comedy Search Party after five seasons.
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Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 10 Review: Old Friends

Somehow, whenever a cop does something stupid, Frank ends up with divided loyalties. It's not that he doesn't want to police the police, but other people constantly try to stop him from doing what he knows is right because it's politically inconvenient. Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 10 was no...
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Is Blue Bloods new tonight on CBS with ‘Old Friends’ after hiatus?

Is Blue Bloods new tonight on CBS? Are we getting the crime drama back on the network after a break the past couple of weeks?. We won’t keep you waiting too long here: Instead, go ahead and commence your rejoicing. There is a new installment tonight titled “Old Friends,” and it’s one that will feature the return of Lyle Lovett to the show after some time away. He and Danny make for quite the odd crime-solving couple, so we have a feeling that there will be a lot of fun conflict here.

Blue Bloods season 12 episode 12 spoilers: Joe Hill’s next appearance!

Today CBS shared some of the first details about Blue Bloods season 12 episode 12, which could be excited in a number of levels. Take, for starters, the fact that Will Hochman is back as Joe Hill! This will mark his second appearance this season and in this one, he’ll be spending a good bit of time with Jamie. However, don’t expect the two to be buddy-buddy; instead, they’ll be at odds and before the episode ends, we’ll see if the two can work things out.

Blue Bloods season 12 episode 10 sneak peek: Gormley has a black eye!

CBS has finally unveiled a sneak peek for Blue Bloods season 12 episode 10 airing tomorrow night, and let’s just say Frank’s in for a surprise. This isn’t an altogether long sneak peek, and it seems to exist mostly for one purpose and one purpose only: Showing Sid Gormley with a black eye. All of Frank’s advisors walk in one right after the next, but the entire scene is building towards the big moment where Sid turns up for the first time. Frank gives him a snarky response to it, and them Gormley tries to play this off as though it’s not that much of a big deal at all.

Blue Bloods season 12 episode 10 photo: A look at Jamie in ‘Old Friends’

After a long hiatus Blue Bloods season 12 episode 10 is going to be airing on CBS this coming Friday; are you ready for what’s next?. This episode has been a long time coming, and we’re hoping that “Old Friends” could be a source of at least a few surprises. For Jamie Reagan, we could see him learning some shocking things about someone he was close to — and old friend, if you will. Per the CBS synopsis for this episode, “Jamie makes a concerning discovery about a former mentor as he helps a neighbor handle a gambling debt.”

‘Blue Bloods’: Jimmy Buffett to Guest Star — Get a First Look (PHOTOS)

Jimmy Buffett is back on a CBS procedural drama in 2022. TV Insider has learned exclusively that Buffett will be guest starring as himself in the January 14 episode of Blue Bloods. (The singer-songwriter previously appeared on seven episodes of Hawaii Five-0.) We also have a first look at his appearance in the photos above and below.

Ratings: Magnum P.I. Eyes Season High

In the latest TV show ratings, CBS’ Magnum P.I. ticked up to hit a season high in the demo, landing in a five-way tie for the nightly win. Opening CBS’ night, S.W.A.T. (with 5.1 million viewers and a 0.5 rating) was steady, while Magnum (5.6 mil/0.5) and Blue Bloods (5.9 mil/0.5) both ticked up with their own fall finales. (Magnum also delivered its second-best audience of the season, while Blue Bloods of course copped Friday’s biggest audience.) Over on Fox, Friday Night SmackDown (2.2 mil/0.5) added a few eyeballs while steady in the demo. Elsewhere, ABC’s Shark Tank (3.4 mil/0.5) joined CBS and...

The Worst Blue Bloods Season Finale According To IMDb

"Blue Bloods" is currently in Season 12, and the show is not one to shine away from explosive finales. The series follows an Irish-Catholic family in New York, where every family member represents a different aspect of police or legal work, with a detective, a lawyer, and a police commissioner. The first season saw the Reagan family get involved with dirty cops who were willing to do anything during its finale. Other season finales have dealt with gun-running, secret familial relationships, weddings, and serial drive-by shooters. The show has been an overall hit with fans of police procedurals, and the series currently has an 89% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

The Blue Bloods Scene That Went Too Far

If a TV show wants to ensure its longevity, then it has to be willing to push the envelope from time to time. Staying inside the boundaries of comfort is, to put it simply, the quickest way for a TV series to begin to feel stale. That is especially true for procedural shows that tell self-contained storylines every episode. After all, procedural storytelling can start to feel predictable after a certain length of time, which can cause audiences to lose interest in various series fairly quickly. As a result, many TV show writers have tried to combat this problem by pushing the envelope when creating their storylines in the hopes of crafting some unpredictable moments.

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An illegal drug shipment arriving in New York City forces Danny to partner up with his Texas Ranger associate, Major Waylon Gates (Lyle Lovett), to find the narcotics before they flood the streets. Also, Jamie makes a concerning discovery about a former mentor as he helps a neighbor handle a gambling debt, and Frank receives pushback from Mayor Chase over his handling of a brawl between demonstrators and police officers at a protest. Air Date: Jan 7, 2022.

The Most-Watched Episode Of Blue Bloods Ever Will Surprise You

"Blue Bloods" is a fantastic example of the enduring power of the television police procedural. Starring Tom Selleck as New York City Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, "Blue Bloods" tells the stories of a wide variety of law enforcement officials who also happen to be family members. In addition to the current leader of the New York City Police Department, the Reagan family is composed of Former New York City Police Commissioner Henry Reagan (Len Cariou), NYPD Detective Danny Reagan (Donnie Wahlberg), Attorney Erin Reagan (Bridget Moynihan), and NYPD Officer Jamie Reagan (Will Estes).

How Donnie Wahlberg Convinced Bridget Moynahan To Join Blue Bloods

A show is only as good as the cast of characters and the actors who play them. When you think of "24," you almost instinctively think of Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) as he navigates the country's most dangerous threats. Nailing the core cast is essential for a brand new series to gain ratings and longevity.

'Blue Bloods' Star Will Estes Reveals What It's Really Like to Work With Tom Selleck

Will Estes plays Jamie Regan on Blue Bloods. After acting alongside Tom Selleck for over 10 years, he revealed what it’s like to work with the Hollywood icon. Blue Bloods viewers have come to know the Reagan family quite well over the years. And with every passing season, it becomes even more clear that, while all the family members have close bonds and high respect for one another, Jamie admires Frank and values his knowledge and lessons most of all.

The Blue Bloods Character Some Fans Are Happy To See Gone

TV shows about law enforcement are a dime a dozen. From long-running staples such as "NYPD Blue" and "Law & Order" to gritty, suspense-filled shows like "The Shield" and "Southland," audiences have always been fascinated with the life of the badge for decades. While many of these shows may feel too close to each other in style and story, the casts of characters sets them apart. The New York-based police drama "Blue Bloods" is no exception. Setting this particular show apart is the combination of beat cop storylines in the vein of "Southland," the detective whodunit angle of "NYPD Blue," the court proceedings of "Law & Order," and a somewhat more original political angle all in one family.

The Surprising Thing That Happened During Vanessa Ray's Blue Bloods Audition

Any actor who has ever tried to make it in Hollywood has a good audition story. Auditions are, after all, a rite of passage for all young and upcoming performers looking to snag the kind of breakout roles that can set them up for long and successful careers. However, as they become household names, some actors still end up reading for or chasing after roles. Indeed, until they reach the level of someone like Tom Cruise or Samuel L. Jackson, auditions are typically a constant fact of life for many actors.

The Blue Bloods Character Everyone Forgets Tony Bennett Played

After more than a decade of new "Blue Bloods" episodes arriving just about every week, fans of the long-running CBS series could be forgiven for forgetting about the plethora of special guest stars the series has had throughout its run. Indeed, the series can count performers as diverse and varied as Whoopi Goldberg (as politician Regina Thomas) to Method Man (as criminal Mario Hunt) among the many talented people who have stopped by to say hello (or other, less friendly words) to the Reagan police family from time to time.

The Real Reason Fake Silverware Is Used For Blue Bloods' Family Dinners

With enough repetition, certain situations eventually become comforting tropes on long-running television shows: Homer Simpson will always get angry at Bart, Mac will burst into Paddy's Pub telling the Gang about some news, and the Reagans will gather for their Sunday night dinners. Every week on the CBS cop drama...