June 01, 2020
There's nothing more popular than the dinner table scenes of the hit CBS series "Blue Bloods." Recently, Donnie Wahlberg unveiled that there's something the fans don't know about the celebrated scenes.
Donnie, 50, said that the cast is usually asked about filming the scenes where the entire Reagan family meets up, as reported by Cinema Blend.
The issue is those writers and fans are not asking the correct inquiries. What individuals may not know is they are an irregularity and are amazingly critical to the cast as well.
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"When the dinner scene shows up it really is a treat for us to all check in, not only on our character's lives but on our personal lives," Donnie explained.
The acclaimed actor additionally explained that they use the dinner scenes to praise other personal life achievements when the cameras aren't rolling.
"We get to see how everyone's been doing, we celebrate special occasions," he said. "It's a really wonderful bonding time for all of us… It's such a treat when we get to do it."
CHANGES HIS LINES
According to Cheat Sheet, Donnie has been starring in "Blue Bloods" as Danny Reagan since 2010. He is enthusiastic about playing his role.
In any case, his passion for the job at times brings about a habit a few people may not completely appreciate. The actor said in an interview that he seldom changes his lines and goes off-script.
In his interview, Donnie said that he and Tom have a brilliant working relationship.
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Donnie shared that his co-star Tom Selleck, who plays the role of Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, wouldn't mind, though any other individual would likely request that he shut down his improvisation.
In his interview, Donnie said that he and Tom have a brilliant working relationship. Donnie shared that Tom offered him a definitive commendation by disclosing to him he created scripts better.
Meanwhile, CBS has recently confirmed the renewal of the "Blue Bloods" television series for Season 11, as reported by IBT.
Tom has appeared in a new clip to invite the fans to more family dinners in the series when it comes back every Friday, alongside some of the other successful shows from the network.
In the video, the network declared the schedule for its shows that will be returning in the 2020-2021 lineup. "Blue Bloods" will air every Friday at 10 p.m. EDT.