Blue Bloods Season 14: How Many Episodes Should We Expect?


Religion often gives one the ethics and morals that help shape a society. They are ingrained in individuals and help them get a basis for life and set a system. History has witnessed how, in the past, laws were also set around religion. But in the Renaissance and the era of Enlightenment, one learned to reason and question to add elements of rationality after the emergence of science to the very same laws.

But even today, the culture, demography, and faith you come from define who you are. Procedural Police Drama shows have been a hit since 2010 due to the ideas they capture around the police and how they also are normal machinery, not something to be glorified.

However, the insights into how they survive as individuals and get over the cutthroat competition while handling their personal lives and law becomes an interesting watch. The Reagans have been ruling your screens since 2010 with Blue Bloods. With 13 successful seasons done and fourteenth on the way, fans want to know all about the show. Let us tell you the number of episodes this season will have and provide you with all the other details too. Here is all we know about Blue Bloods Season 14.

Is Blue Bloods Season 14 happening?

Yes, the show was officially confirmed and has begun filming. But there have not been more updates on a teaser, trailer, date announcement, or how far the filming has been completed. But we know it is a work in progress.

How many episodes will be there in Blue Bloods Season 14?

Every season of Blue Bloods has 20-22 episodes, but owing to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, the numbers can be much lower as they are facing budget constraints, and with CBS Network already having many running police procedural shows like 9-1-1 or Law and Order, them putting Blue Bloods on hold, can become a possibility. Presently, we can expect 15-17 episodes for this season, which means the plot, progression of characters, and filming will all change.

Expected Release Date of Blue Bloods Season 14:


The show has not made it to the CBS Network’s fall releases list, which implies we will not see the show anytime before 2024 mid. The strikes can find a conclusion by the end of 2023, and hopefully, things can get fast-tracked after that. But nothing before mid-2024 can be expected. But the makers have also not provided an announcement or hinted at a release window.

Expected Cast of Blue Bloods Season 14:

Our favorite characters will once again return to rule the screens as;

  • Tom Selleck as Frank Reagan
  • Will Estes as Jamie Reagan
  • Donnie Wahlberg as Danny Reagan
  • Andrew Terraciano as Sean Reagan
  • Bridget Moynahan as Erin Reagan
  • Abigail Hawk as Detective
  • Vanessa Ray as Eddie Janko

Expected Plot of Blue Bloods Season 14:

With no trailer or official synopsis, we cannot comment on the plot completely, but it will carry off from season 13. The last episode, titled “Forgive us our trespassers,” saw reunions and fast-paced revelations. Jackie came back, who was the NYPD officer gone since season 3. He has come for assistance from Danny to track down a serial killer. Erin is making moves where he might have been trying for the New York Attorney’s position by running in the election.

Frank keeps bustling with the city officials and tries to bring the family together. The official synopsis from IMDb reads, “Blue Bloods follows the lives of the NYPD’s First Family of Law Enforcement: the Reagans. Frank, the Police Comissioner and son of former PC Henry Reagan, must balance his duties of running the largest police force in the world and being his kids’ boss. His daughter Erin is an Assistant District Attorney, son Danny is a senior detective and fellow Marine Veteran, and new Harvard Law grad turned cop, Jamie all swirl through this family drama and passionately defend their city from harm. The Irish-American family is deeply rooted in their patriotism, passion, and love of family.”

Where to watch Blue Bloods Season 14?

The show, when it releases, can be officially streamed on

  • CBS Network
  • Paramount+
  • Amazon Prime Video