With this said, is there an ideal way to do that? Within this piece, another way to keep you engaged within the world of the show during the hiatus, the hope here is to pinpoint a number of different ways in which you can stay engaged while waiting for the show to return on Friday nights this fall.
1. Repeats – Sure, this is just looking back at old episodes with commercials, but if you’re behind it’s a great way to see a few stories that you missed out on the first time. The show, pending a few changes here and there, should air reruns through most of the summer in its normal Fridays-at-10:00 p.m. timeslot.
2. Marathons – ION is one of the best syndicated homes for the series, and with that, you should know that on Memorial Day the network will be airing a celebration to the series starting at 9:00 a.m. Eastern. Older episodes will be featured during the day, but it’s still a great chance to catch up.
It is funny in some ways how Tom Selleck’s Frank is used to promote the series in full uniform, mostly because of how rarely he actually wears full uniform on the show.
3. CBS All Access – If you’re a subscriber to the streaming platform, this offers you up an opportunity to be able to catch some old episodes of the show and even current ones at your leisure. There are two different plans depending on your budget: One with commercials, and then one without then. Either way, this is viewing at your own convenience on whatever device you want, just in case you’re interested in cultivating your own marathon over this long weekend.
4. Netflix – There’s a good chance that you’re already a subscriber to the service, so you should be aware that the first six seasons of Blue Bloods are available for streaming now. You won’t be able to catch up on the most-recent season (at least not yet), but this is a way to dive in and enjoy some of the other old episodes if you’ve got a thirst for some classic Reagan family dinners.
Happy viewing! Just remember now that Blue Bloods is a staple here at the site, and therefore it’s something that will be covered all the more extensively over the coming weeks.