Blue Bloods Reviews
On Blue Bloods, Danny must face an internal affairs investigation after shooting a cop who failed to identify himself in "Friendly Fire"
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Blue Bloods Review: "Mercy"
On the season premiere of Blue Bloods, Frank is put on the spot when one of the mayor-elect's supporters is found dead. Jamie goes under cover at a bar and Tony Bennett and Carrie Underwood sing on "Mercy."
Blue Bloods Season Finale Review: "The Blue Templar"
When a drug bust points to dirty cops, Frank decides not to involve Internal Affairs in the hopes of taking down and exposing the Blue Templar, on the first season finale.
Blue Bloods Review: Jamie Comes Clean
A family down the street from the Reagans is murdered, and their son is the main suspect; Jamie's gun goes missing and he's convinced he's being set up.
Blue Bloods Review: "All That Glitters"
Frank becomes frustrated when a tourist's murder is sensationalized in the media. Danny and Erin argue over the case.
Blue Bloods Review: Death On the Catwalk
Jackie and Danny investigate when a reporter and Linda's niece, a runway model both collapse at fashion week.
Blue Bloods Review: Danny's Dangerous Game
After Danny witnesses a murder, his family may be put in jeopardy to keep him from testifying. Read on for a review of "To Tell the Truth."
Blue Bloods Review: Danny Dances on the Edge
Danny's emotions drive him close to the edge while investigating the case of a murdered Marine. Read on for a detailed review.
Blue Bloods Review: "Age of Innocence"
When Danny brought Nicky to a crime scene on Blue Bloods, her "Age of Innocence" was soon over. Read our review of last night's episode here.
Blue Bloods Review: "Dedication"
Blue Bloods opened with a shocker this week and the drama continued in what was a solid episode throughout. Read our review of it here.
Blue Bloods Review: "My Funny Valentine"
The case of a kidnapped girl raised the stakes on Blue Bloods this week. Read on for a review of "My Funny Valentine."
Blue Bloods Review: Who Do You Trust?
Blue Bloods asked a rather vital question this week: who do you trust? Read on for a detailed review of "Hall of Mirrors."