Blue Bloods is wrapping up its tenth season, however star Tom Selleck says the beloved CBS household drama collection might be round for a very long time but.
“I don’t suppose there may be an finish level,” Selleck, 75, who performs legislation enforcement household patriarch Frank Reagan, tells PEOPLE. “I believe there may be a variety of life within the present, so long as you let your characters develop and become old.”
Continues the Hollywood veteran: “There’s an evolution. It began out as a character-driven present and it’s much more than that now. Whenever you get to a degree like this, and we actually had it on , the viewers is de facto inside the principle characters’ heads,” Selleck says, referencing the 1980s collection that made him a star.
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And Selleck says he’s lengthy felt a “kinship” to his onscreen household, together with Bridget Moynahan, Donnie Wahlberg and Will Estes. “I like all of them,” says Selleck. “We’re all pals.”
Which is a refreshing change of tempo, contemplating among the collection Selleck had labored on previously.
“I’ve guested on fairly a number of reveals that weren’t at all times enjoyable,” he says. “There have been tensions and egos and civil wars happening, and I stated to myself, if I ever get a present, I’m not going to let that occur.”
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And there are many lighthearted moments on the present, which ceased manufacturing early as a result of issues over COVID-19.
“Our ceremonial dinner scenes are like a reunion of pals,” Selleck says. “Typically it’s exhausting for the administrators to get us to pay attention. We do the work, and we do it nicely, however we’re additionally screwing round and kidding one another and catching up. What we now have is really a blessing.”
Blue Bloods‘ season 10 finale airs Friday at 10 p.m. ET on CBS.
Tom Selleck on the Future of Blue Bloods: ‘I Don’t Think There Is an End Point’