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Will There Be Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 21 Tonight? CBS Renewed The Show For Season 13!

On this day last week, fans got the exciting twentieth episode of Blu Bloods Season 12. So it is natural for them to be waiting for Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 21 as Friday is here. However, to everyone who already doesn’t know it, we’d like to inform that there will not be another episode as season 12 has ended after 20 episodes. However, this does not mean the end of the show, as CBS has Greenlit the series for Blue Bloods Season 13.

What Happened In The Last Episode?

Danny and Jamie team up with their nephew, Joe Hill, in Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 20 to track down an undocumented young girl who has been trafficked. The case’s twists are linked to Danny and Baez’s case of a deceased lady under witness protection. Frank staged a news conference in which he pretended to declare war on the district attorney’s office.

Blue Bloods' Renewed For Season 13 At CBS – Deadline

He was enraged by their decision to downgrade armed robbery as a misdemeanor. Nonetheless, his strategy succeeded, as Kim Crawford’s office requested a meeting with him. Abigail and Erin both approached the Commissioner about his decision. Erin vented her rage at Frank for putting her in this situation with Anthony.

CBS Renewed Blue Bloods Season 13!

On May 6, 2022, the twelfth season of Blue Bloods concluded on the CBS network, did not receive Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 21 after that. However, if you are wondering about the prospect of Blue Bloods Season 13, we have mouthwatering news for you. Without wasting any time, CBS already greenlit the series for the thirteenth installment on April 26, 2022, which was even before the season 12 finale aired. This was not surprising given that the show has successfully impressive ratings and high viewership even after 12 seasons.

The announcement of the renewal came as a Tweet from the show’s official handle. The Tweet reads, Grab a seat – the Sunday dinners continue. #BlueBloods

 has been renewed for Season 13, and we can’t wait to have you join us!

Is Robert Clohessy Leaving The Show?

Robert Clohessy’s Lieutenant Sid Gormley has been a major character on CBS’s Blue Blood since the start of the show. However, there are rumors that he is leaving the show. After his character was embroiled in a couple of disturbing plotlines during the eleventh season. Several viewers worried whether Robert Clohessy would be departing Blue Bloods. Sid was quite stressed during one instance. Following the death of his long-time former police partner, it was found that he was suffering from depression. 

Fans of Blue Bloods theorized that Sid’s personal and professional troubles were a clue that his time on the program was coming to an end, and Clohessy was going on to other acting roles. Sid remained a recurrent character throughout the show’s most recent twelfth season, proving their fears were unjustified. Therefore, the rumors of him leaving the show after season 12 do not seem to have much substance as well.

Blue Bloods Season 13 Cast!

The cast of CBS’s police procedural drama series features Donnie Wahlberg in the role of Danny Reagan, Will Estes as Sergeant Jamie Reagan, and Len Cariou appearing as Henry Reagan. The series also stars Bridget Moynahan as Erin Reagan, Tom Selleck essays the character of Frank Reagan, and Marisa Ramirez plays Detective Maria Baez. 

In addition, the cast of the series includes Vanessa Ray playing Officer Janko-Reagan. Sami Gayle as Nicky Reagan-Boyle and Andrew Terraciano as Sean Reagan. We also see Tony Terraciano as Jack Reagan. As the show has been confirmed for Blue Bloods Season 13, most of the main cast members of the show are likely to return, including the confirmed return of Tom Selleck.

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