Season 13 of the popular TV show "Blue Bloods" is coming to an end this month, and fans can't help but look back on the previous season. The show has had great success and has received many interviews along the way. In a recent interview with Looper during Season 12, actor Will Estes discussed what sets "Blue Bloods" apart.
Estes believes that luck and serendipity play a role in the show's longevity. Many great shows have come and gone, but "Blue Bloods" has stood the test of time. He explains that while the show has procedural elements, it is ultimately a character-driven drama. The personal lives of the characters greatly impact their work, as well as their relationships with family and friends.
Estes also speaks highly of his experience working with the legendary Tom Selleck, who plays the commissioner and patriarch of the Reagan family. Selleck is a true professional who knows his character inside and out. His dedication to his role and flawless execution of scenes pushes Estes to bring his best performance to the table.
"Blue Bloods" revolves around the Reagan family, a multigenerational family of New York City cops. The family is committed to law enforcement, with Frank Reagan (played by Tom Selleck) serving as the New York Police Commissioner. The show explores the balance between their personal and professional lives and the challenges they face in their roles.
The cast of "Blue Bloods" includes talented actors such as Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Len Cariou, and Vanessa Ray. The show has gained a loyal following and continues to captivate audiences with its compelling storylines. Fans can look forward to more thrilling episodes in the future.