When the seventh season of “Blue Bloods” premieres on CBS a little bit later this fall, we’re going to see the past specifically come back to haunt Danny Reagan.
Remember what happened with serial killer Thomas Wilder? Danny killed him last season after his family was put into danger, but unfortunately for him things could be flipped on their head in the premiere. Michael Imperioli is going to guest-star as Michael Lewis, a man from the Attorney General’s office who will start sniffing around what happened. Eventually, he is going to find some additional evidence, and this could land him in some sort of trouble.
As for what’s coming up with some other characters, Jamie and Eddie are going to have to deal with matters pertaining to celebrity after a high-profile person is involved in a car crash … and drinking may be involved. As for Frank, he will be asked by the widow of a police officer to try and keep her son out of the force. It’s hard to imagine how precisely he will be able to do this, given that there is only so much that he can say in which a situation. Yet, we’re sure that he will do his best.
By and large, we don’t anticipate any huge shifts to the structure or the stories of this show over the course of the coming months, mostly because these are the stories that the series tends to do best. Often, they are timely, powerful, and test our characters in different ways.
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