Blue Bloods: Season 3 (2012 - 2013)


Season 3
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Air date: Sep 28, 2012

A dangerous criminal from Danny's past comes back with a vengeance.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2012

Danny and Jackie's investigations into claims of domestic abuse take an unexpected twist when they lead to a high-ranking councilman linked to Frank.

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Air date: Oct 12, 2012

Erin's ex-husband reappears in her life and goes up against her in court. Meanwhile, Danny suspects a serial killer is responsible for the murders of two individuals who were part of a group accused of a gang rape.

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Air date: Oct 19, 2012

Danny and Jackie's investigation into a drive-by murder is reassigned when they are needed to protect a central American president who's been targeted for assassination. Jamie begins to question his new partner's methods.

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Air date: Oct 26, 2012

Shortly after Frank awards a detective with the Medal of Valour for his undercover work for the NYPD in Malaysia, the detective is taken hostage by a Malaysian drug lord whose brother he helped put in prison. Meanwhile, Henry goes on a ride-along with Jamie and has a different method of getting the job done.

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Air date: Nov 2, 2012

When Erin's key witness, an infamous photographer, is nearly killed in a hit and run, she arranges for Danny to work protection detail to safeguard him. Meanwhile, Jamie and Vinny bust a drug operation.

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Air date: Nov 9, 2012

Danny learns about voodoo while investigating a stabbing committed by someone in costume on Halloween. Meanwhile, Garrett reveals a deep secret to Frank; and Erin and Nicky take Danny's sons trick-or-treating.

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Air date: Nov 30, 2012

Danny investigates the murder of a college student who may have been dealing drugs. Elsewhere, Jamie reexamines his life after meeting up with a former law-school buddy; and Erin tries to allow Nicky to be more independent.

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Air date: Dec 7, 2012

Linda overhears a shooting victim talking to his priest about a case Danny is investigating. Elsewhere, Henry gets mugged, and Jamie vehemently pursues the attacker.

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Air date: Jan 4, 2013

Danny and Kate search for a sniper who appears to be a radical environmentalist. Meanwhile, Danny's youngest son is seriously injured in a bicycle accident.

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The third series of this family cop drama finds Jamie (Will Estes) assigned a new partner: brash Vinny Cruz (Sebastian Sozzi), who isn't quite as by-the-book as Jamie is. Before long, his big brother Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) finds himself in a similar situation when his longtime partner Jackie (Jennifer Esposito) decides to quit the force, leaving Danny to team up with several new partners throughout the series. Erin (Bridget Moynahan) is faced with a blast from the past when her ex-husband comes back to town and squares off against her as opposing council in the courtroom. Danny also finds himself crossing paths with his spouse, Linda (Amy Carlson), now that she's returned to her job as a hospital nurse. Also on the domestic front, Frank (Tom Selleck) tries to convince his father (Len Cariou) that it's time to stop driving for safety reasons. By series's end, Frank must also worry about the safety of his officers when a powerful gang declares war on the police department.

Cast & Crew

Len Cariou
Henry Reagan
Tony Terraciano
Jack Reagan
Sami Gayle
Nicky Reagan-Boyle
Amy Carlson
Linda Reagan
Tom Selleck
Frank Reagan
Donnie Wahlberg
Danny Reagan
Will Estes
Jamie Reagan
Gregory Jbara
Garrett Moore
Abigail Hawk
Detective Abigail Baker
Jennifer Esposito
Detective Jackie Curatola
Marisa Ramirez
Detective Maria Baez
Nick Turturro
Sgt. Anthony Renzulli
Megan Ketch
Detective Kate Lansing
John Rue
Ed Hines
Victor Slezak
Bryce Helfond
David Ramsey
Mayor Carter Poole
Robin Green
Executive Producer
Leonard Goldberg
Executive Producer
Mitchell Burgess
Executive Producer
Ian Biederman
Writer
Alex Hall
Director
Dan Truly
Writer
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Critic Reviews for Blue Bloods Season 3

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I look forward to sharing another full season of Reagan family dinners on Friday nights.

Sep 28, 2012 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Blue Bloods: Season 3

  • Nov 28, 2013
    CBS's hit crime drama Blue Blues has a rocky third season but continues to deliver compelling stories. In a spectacularly idiotic move CBS fires Jennifer Esposito, which throws off the character dynamics and leads to a very uneven series of episodes where Det. Danny Reagan switches from mismatched partner to mismatched partner. Still, the story arcs of the other family members work pretty well; Jamie takes on a new partner, Erin gets promoted in the D.A.'s office, and Frank continues to butt heads with the mayor. Additionally, the cases-of-the-week tackle some interesting topical issues. Despite some missteps, Season 3 of Blue Bloods is entertaining and provocative.
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  • Sep 09, 2020
    This is my favorite show!
  • Jul 26, 2020
    The show hasn't changed one bit in 3 years, besides perhaps adding more conservative talking points.

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