After a year of unrest, the Reagan family will be back on the dining table.
After Tom Selleck's contract to return to the network, the long-running cop drama was handed the relaunch.
The show has performed a rock-solid performer at 10pm on Friday nights, where it has aired since 2010, other than a four-week try-out on Wednesdays in its first year. It is currently the number four broadcast series on television, with averaging 9.81 million viewers.
Blue Bloods follows the Reagans, a family of New York City cops. Selleck plays police Commissioner Danny Reagan, Bridget Moynahan plays ADA Erin Reagan, Will Estes plays former patrol officer and now sergeant Jamie Reagan, and Len Cariou plays former police commissioner and father to Selleck's Frank Henry Reagan.
Marisa Ramirez, who plays Detective Maria Baez, and Vanessa Ray, who plays Officer Eddie Janko-Reagan, are also stars.
Kevin Wade, Ian Biederman, Brian Burns, Siobhan Byrne-O'Connor, Dan Truly, and Selleck are among the directors of CBS Studios.
The move comes amid a slew of changes for the NCIS franchise, including NCIS, Hawaii, NCIS: LA, and South America, as well as comedies including Young Sheldon, The Neighborhood, Bob Hearts Abishola, and Ghosts, while Bull is closing its run this season.
"America's favorite first family of law enforcement is back for season 13," said Kelly Kahl, who is president of CBS Entertainment. "The Reagans have an amazing bond with audiences literally everywhere and on every platform." Blue Bloods, led by Tom Selleck, has created impressive, universal and relatable personal narratives week after week, while executive producer Kevin Wade and the creative team create compelling clips highlighting the show's trademark family dynamics and police work. We look forward to seeing many more Reagan family dinners next season."