'Blue Bloods' Scheduled to Leave Netflix in November

Blue Bloods is scheduled to leave Netflix just days before Thanksgiving this November. The beloved cop drama starring Tom Selleck will expire from the streaming service on Nov. 5. The first eight seasons of the show are still available to stream until then, but Season 9 was noticeably never posted.

Blue Bloods fans can still stream the series, but not on Netflix. Every episode is available on CBS' own streaming service, CBS All Access. The streaming service is available for $5.99 a month, or $9.99 a month without commercials. When you first sign up, you can get a week-long free trial before your credit card is charged.

Curiously, other current and past CBS shows remain available on Netflix, including NCIS, Criminal Minds, Madam Secretary and Person of Interest.

The first six seasons of Blue Bloods are also available to stream on Amazon Prime Video with an Amazon Prime subscription. You can purchase episodes from Seasons 7 through 10 to stream on the platform.

Blue Bloods was created by Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, and debuted on CBS in 2010. Set in New York City, the series tells the story of the fictional Reagan family, which has a long history of working in law enforcement. Selleck stars as Commissioner Frank Reagan, whose children — Detective Danny Reagan (Donnie Wahlberg), A.D.A. Erin Reagan (Bridget Moynahan) and Sgt. Jamie Reagan (Will Estes) - have all followed him into public service.

The series also stars Sami Gayle as Erin's daughter, Nicky Reagan-Boyle; Len Cariou as Frank's father, Henry "Pops" Reagan; Marisa Ramirez as Danny's partner, Detective Maria Baez; and Vanessa Ray as Jamie's wife, Officer Eddie Janko-Reagan.

In the most recent episode, "Behind The Smile," Nicky hinted she might be leaving New York. During the show's trademark Reagan family dinner, Nicky revealed she has a job interview in San Francisco and plans to take it if she gets the offer.

Blue Bloods reached 200 episodes in Season 10, thanks in part to its dedicated fan base.

"This show definitely has its finger on the pulse of the news and I think we do it right. I think we honor as many different voices and stories as we can within the network parameters," Abigail Hawk, who plays Baker, told PopCulture.com in a recent interview. "I'm very proud of this show. I think it's something that 10 PM is normally where shows go to die on a Friday night and we're thriving."

New episodes of Blue Bloods air Fridays at 10 p.m. ET on CBS.


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