There were many things that could have surprised us on the Blue Bloods season 8 finale on CBS Friday night, but we’re going to go ahead and say that this was one of the biggest surprises imaginable.
Blue Bloods season 8 review
Blue Bloods season 8 episode 21 may be one of the best episodes of this season, at least in terms of giving you a perfect balance of stories, and with all of them being intriguing in their own right.
You’ve waited for a long time in order to learn about the development of Jamie and Eddie on Blue Bloods; luckily, season 8 episode 18 on CBS Friday night started to actually push that story forward.
Tonight, Blue Bloods season 8 episode 17 returned from its hiatus with an episode that was about shame, guilt, and whether or not perception always equals reality.
In our Blue Bloods season 8 episode 16 review we look at the double-life murder at the center of “A Tale of Two Cities” and much more.
At the start of Blue Bloods season 8 episode 15, Danny Reagan realized that he was facing some pretty significant decision when it comes to his career. He loves what he does for a living, but at the same time he is a single parent. Money is starting to run dry and he has to find a way to make more money.
Blue Bloods season 8 episode 14 brought out many things, with a great performance from Ernie Hudson being at the top of the list.
Blue Bloods season 8 episode 13 was a story about unlikely pairings. When you have a series that is on the air this long, a big part of the challenge is finding a way to keep things reasonably fresh.
Did Danny get justice for Anthony, and did Nicky take the police exam? We discuss these items and more in our Blue Bloods season 8 episode 12 review.
In our Blue Bloods season 8 episode 11 review we take a look at a very intense episode with a couple different compromises.