Blue Bloods: Season 9 (2018 - 2019)


Season 9
Blue Bloods

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Air date: Sep 28, 2018
Air date: Oct 5, 2018
Air date: Oct 12, 2018
Air date: Oct 19, 2018
Air date: Oct 26, 2018
Air date: Nov 2, 2018
Air date: Nov 9, 2018
Air date: Nov 16, 2018
Air date: Nov 30, 2018
Air date: Dec 7, 2018
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Drama about a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement. Frank Reagan is the New York Police Commissioner, and heads both the police force and the Reagan brood. He runs his department as diplomatically as he runs his family, even when dealing with the politics that plagued his unapologetically bold father, Henry, during his stint as Chief. A source of pride and concern for Frank is his eldest son, Danny, a seasoned detective, family man and Iraq War vet who on occasion uses dubious tactics to solve cases with his partner, Detective Maria Baez. The Reagan women in the family include Erin, a New York Assistant D.A. who also serves as the legal compass for her siblings and father, as well as a single parent to her teenage daughter, Nicky. Jamie is the youngest Reagan, a Harvard Law graduate and the family's "golden boy." Unable to deny the family tradition, Jamie decided to give up a lucrative future in law and follow in the family footsteps as a cop. He's found a friend and ally in Eddie, his female partner who keeps him on his toes, and has very different reasons than the Reagans for joining the police force. After several years of working together, Jamie and Eddie finally succumbed to their strong feelings for one another and are engaged to be married.


Tom Selleck
as Frank Reagan
Len Cariou
as Henry Reagan
Donnie Wahlberg
as Danny Reagan
Bridget Moynahan
as Erin Reagan
Will Estes
as Jamie Reagan
Marisa Ramirez
as Maria Baez
Sami Gayle
as Nicky Reagan-Boyle
Vanessa Ray
as Edit "Eddie" Janko
Tony Terraciano
as Jack Reagan
Andrew Terraciano
as Sean Reagan
Abigail Hawk
as Det. Abigail Baker
Gregory Jbara
as Garrett Moore
Robert Clohessy
as Lt. Gormley
Steve Schirripa
as Anthony Abetemarco
Justin Walker White
as ADA Martin Richardson
Yasha Jackson
as Maya Thompson
Aasif Mandvi
as Samar Chatwal
Bebe Neuwirth
as Kelly Peterson
David Zayas
as Governor Martin Mendez
Luis Antonio Ramos
as Captain Robert Espinoza
Callie Thorne
as Maggie Gibson
Isabel Santiago
as Isabel Delgado
Aaron Costa Ganis
as Billy Conroy
Ryan M. Shaw
as Tough 1
Christine Renee Miller
as ME April Watkins
Aasif Mandvhi
as Samar Charwell
Robin Thomas
as Dr. Max Mccandless
Christian Guerrero
as Damon Rivers
Evander Duck
as Judge Joel McCarthy
William Sadler
as Armin Janko
Luis Delgado
as Lou Diamond Phillips
Zoe Tate
as 9-Year-Old Girl
Kaley Ronayne
as Shelly Dowd
Vincent Spano
as John Hotchkiss
Kate Miller
as Vivian Abetamarco
Dale Pavinski
as DEA Agent Wise
Luna Lauren Vélez
as DEA Agent Veronica Molina
Kim Akia
as Woman
Danny Binstock
as Ben Wilson
Alex Mickiewicz
as Jay Hotchkiss
Peter Hermann
as Jack Boyle
Callum Adams
as Billy Coyle
Craig Bierko
as Ray Cross
Joshua Harto
as William Sloan
Bubba Weiler
as Justin Mathews
Isabel Harper Leight
as Sophia Abetamarco
Pun Bandhu
as ER Doctor
Josh Drake
as Kevin Stoneman
Sadie Friedman
as Noelle King
Stacy Keach
as Archbishop Kevin Kearns
Maryann Urbano
as Mary O'Donnell
Derek Peith
as Ramon Nunez
Jenna Williams
as Cara Simpson
Ross Degraw
as Roy King
Paula Jon DeRose
as Andrea Wright
Currie Graham
as Liam Norris
Stephen Rowe
as Johnny Lyons
Stephanie Andujar
as Molly Chavez
Robert Lee Leng
as Officer Leong
Danny Trejo
as Jose Rojas "The Clam"
Karl Bury
as George Hill
Sullivan Jones
as Detective Davis
Anthony Chatmon II
as Officer Davis
Breanne Racano
as Maude Aka Donna
Julee Cerda
as Counsel
Richard H. Blake
as Chief ADA Dennis Whitney
Josh Randall
as Detective Tommy Pierce
Katty Velasquez
as Melissa Sanchez
Grant Macdermott
as Brian Dixon
Dan Amboyer
as Nicholas
Kevin Chapman
as Art Bancroft
Inés Del Castillo
as Officer Reyes
Caroline Basu
as Anna Nunez
Patrick Daniel Faerber
as Officer Robert Leary
Joe Nieves
as Joe Martinez
Isaiah Mueller
as Camera Punk/Bushwick Butcher
Mary Jo Mecca
as Sophia Davis
Jack Cambria
as Lt. Jack Cambria
Cynthia Elane
as Foster Mom
Joel Haberli
as Samuel Aprel
Jarid Faubel
as Officer Brian Baker
Stephen Medina
as Officer Ramos
Ray Anthony Thomas
as C.O. James Caraceno
Alexandra Neil
as Joan Ex-Wife
Shaun P. O'Hagan
as Officer Matthew Long
Howard Overshown
as Detective Scott Fuller
Anna Holbrook
as Lisa Dowd
Darik Bernard
as Officer Irving
Jeff Adler
as Officer Walsh
Mark McKinnon
as Officer McMiller
Sumalee Montano
as Inspector Jane Kimura
Gunner Wright
as Graham Baxter
Charles E. Justo
as Firefighter Carter
Chad Lindsey
as Officer Walsh
Julian Alexander
as Officer Cooper
Brooke Hoover
as Neighbor
Racine Russell
as Officer Cosgrove
Samantha Simone
as McKenna Taru Tech
Valerie Brookshire
as Officer Delmano
Jack Mulcahy
as Borough Commander Russo
Ryan Thomas
as Bank Guard
Andre B. Blake
as Deputy Chief Eric Rodriguez
Jennifer Bowles
as Dr. Alice Dornan
Brandon J. Shaw
as Eddie's Partner
Guyviaud Joseph
as Uniform #2
Kimberli Alexis Flores
as Andrea Rodriguez
Brian Hotaling
as Mr. Jones
Lauren Hodges
as Ashley Durke
Natasha Murray
as Laticia Washington
Burke Moses
as Ron Steward
Thomas Kopache
as Terrence Dean
Cristala Carter
as D.A. Detective
Melvin Abston
as Rickey Barone
Pamela Dunlap
as Judge Dolan
Tye Alexander
as Thomas Jones
Elisha Lawson
as Allen Castillo
Makenna Barrett
as Jennifer Steward
Jonathan Castro
as Doctor Robinson
Daron Ross
as ESU Captain
Erinn Anova
as Pediatric Nurse
Jonathan Woodward
as SVU Detective Anthony Palmer
Kyra Kennedy
as Reporter Kyra
Brandon Ocasio
as Officer Ramos
Ryan Cooper
as Mark Sanzo
Bisserat Tseggai
as Officer Kapoor
Rocco Basile
as Officer Wolffe
Supriya Ganesh
as Therapist
Brandhyze Stanley
as Grace Michaels
Ann Harada
as IAB Lieutenant Sloan
Gia Crovatin
as Collette Dawkins
L. Steven Taylor
as Detective Peter Fleming
Jordan Donica
as Joshua Taylor
Juani Feliz
as Corey Vallejo
Craig Geraghty
as Doorman Stanley Lemcov
Lucky Gretzinger
as Jamie's Driver
Edward C. Crawford
as Officer Cadet
Leigh Ann Larkin
as Medical Examiner Megan Carson
Crawford Logan
as Reporter Logan
Edmund Donovan
as Evan Walker
Rafael Benoit
as Officer Clemente
Tisa Howard
as Det. Washburn
Shaun Rey
as Cartel #2
Mark Dancewicz
as Officer #1
Bristol Pomeroy
as Colin's Lawyer
Charles Gray
as Manager
Pablo Thomas
as Man (Stunt)
Larry Nuñez
as Jose Cortez
Agnes Chung
as Reporter 1
Dani Martineck
as Female Desk Cop
Brien R. Drew
as Bartender
Mitch Poulos
as Sgt. Scott Whitten
Zander Meisner
as Officer #2
Brian Michael
as Officer Buckley
Emmanuel Hierro
as Cartel #4
Jordon Bolden
as Ronnie Diaz
Mary Mattison
as Leah Brandt
Harry Sutton Jr.
as Reporter Robert
DeBorah Green
as Fertility Patient
Suzanne Shepherd
as Lucille Abetemarco
Ted Arcidi
as Robbie Gold
Carolyn Mignini
as Anna Goodstein
Tom Williamson
as Malik Taylor
Justin Ariola
as Sergeant
Sondra Ward
as Fertility Patient #2
Rick Zahn
as Frank Look-a-like
Michael Park
as Inspector Keith Sullivan
Larry Bull
as Detective Travers
Michael McCormick
as Alex Papadopoulos
Madison Hall
as Stephen Campbell's Girlfriend
Gameela Wright
as Reporter Helen
Wendi Jackson
as Madeline
Alexandru D. Aldea
as Mike's Lawyer
Frances Lozada
as Hispanic Woman
Evan Enslow
as Tough 2
Dan Godlin
as Cop #4
Andre De Leon
as Civilian #1
Suzanne Froix
as Civilian #2
Ceazar Reyes
as Tough 3
Logan Horn
as Peter Jones
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Critic Reviews for Blue Bloods Season 9

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (0)

That sets the stage for a Season 9 full of seismic shifts in a show that prides itself in many ways in being steady as well as surprising.

Dec 17, 2018 | Full Review…

These two [Erin and Anthony] are one of the most singular and entertaining teams on TV.

Oct 1, 2018 | Rating: 4.3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Blue Bloods: Season 9

  • Aug 17, 2019
    Love this series, brilliant acting and characters you fall in love with from the start
  • Jan 04, 2019
    Most cop shows fall suspect to the Die Hard Effect...where it starts off with an average guy or gal you root for that are put in some extraordinary positions which keeps you on the edge of your seat but not beyond belief. Then as seasons continue it then becomes a supercop fighting on a fighter jet while the nation is being robbed and THIS beat cop is the only one to save the day. However, Blue Bloods brilliantly avoids that by focussing on character development and family and realism. It is also always great watching Tom Selleck as the wizened patriarch who quotes the likes of Teddy Roosevelt. Lastly, they almost always return to the family table which not only reminds us what is important but teaches the viewer about something we should all return to.

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