Blue Bloods fans were able to watch the show on Netflix for some time. However, that’s about to change very soon.
Blue Bloods is going to leave the streaming service, making it harder to binge. Find out when the police show is leaving and how you’ll be able to watch older episodes after the big change.
The first 8 seasons of ‘Blue Bloods’ is on Netflix
The show following the Reagans just started its 10th season. That’s a lot of seasons to catch up on if you’re just getting started. Or maybe you want to see some of the older episodes at your own pace.
Netflix has the first eight seasons of Blue Bloods on Netflix. That includes a lot of cases, family dinners, and drama. Tom Selleck, who plays Frank Reagan, signed on to do one more season of the show. He gave his reason why the deal didn’t go beyond that.
“Well, let me say publicly, they didn’t offer me a two-year deal, and I don’t know why,” he told Deadline. “I signed up for a year because that’s what they were offering. I love the show. Don’t tell CBS that because I got to be a good negotiator.”
The good news is that he’ll probably do more seasons after season 10. “These people are related,” Selleck said. “So, as long as my fellow actors wanted to come back, and that was my only real criteria, I was coming back.”
He added, “Look, as long as the characters are allowed to grow and change, I think it’s limitless.”
The show recently celebrated its 200th episode
Season 10 started with the 200th episode of Blue Bloods. It was previously hyped with Donnie Wahlberg showing the cast filming the family dinner for the episode.
We then saw that Treat Williams was returning to play Lenny Ross. He got to be the first person outside of the Reagan family to be at family dinner. However, his character is pretty close to Frank given he was his first partner on the job.
The show also released a video that had clips from different family dinner scenes throughout the years. It showed them having one of their more serious discussions with Frank saying, “I strongly disagree with what you say but I defend to the death your right to say it.”
There are also some lighter moments with Nicky (Sami Gayle) telling the family she got a tattoo. So how would fans be able to watch these episodes once the show isn’t on Netflix?
It’s leaving Netflix on Nov. 5
Fans need to get busy binging the show because they won’t be able to for long. Blue Bloods is scheduled to leave Netflix on Nov. 5, according to What’s On Netflix.
The good news is there will be other ways to watch it. It’s available for purchase on Amazon, and you can also watch it through CBS All Access.
Fans still have time to watch the first eight seasons until this time. They also have time to come up with their game plan before the show becomes unavailable.