The thirteenth, and final season of the American crime drama Blue Bloods will be airing on CBS January 7th, 2017. The show was created by Tom Fontana, who served as executive producer for the first nine seasons and serving as writer and producer for two additional seasons. The series is about a fictional family of law enforcement officers from the fictional Irish-American aristocratic Reagan family in New York City: Donnie Reagan (Tom Selleck), Kevin Curran (Len Cariou), Roger Reagan Jr. (Bobby Cannavale), NYPD Detective Danny Reagan Jr., Jamie Reagan (Will Estes), NYPD Detective Erin Reagan-B watton (Mary Beth Peil).
The series began as a spinoff of the CBS police-procedural Blue Bloods created by executive producer Robin Green. The show focuses on the Reagans, who are of Irish ancestry, as they run a tight-knit family of New York City police officers, with each character having their own storyline. The early episodes began with the death of Donnie Reagan’s grandfather at the beginning of Season 1, and followed him and his family as they dealt with his death while dealing with their own personal issues.
The first season dealt with Donnie’s father’s (Tom Selleck) office politics after he became Chief of Police in New York City, when he faced off against Sgt.