'Blue Bloods' Season 11 — Joe Hill's Career May Reportedly Change after Reagan Family Revelation
Season 10 of “Blue Bloods” ended with a twist when a new revelation was made. Will Hochman’s character, Joe Hill, found out he was actually a Reagan.
In the last season of the fan-favorite show, “Blue Bloods,” Andrew Terraciano’s character, Sean, discovered, through a DNA test, that he had a first cousin. On top of that, Frank Reagan played by Tom Selleck, found out that Joe Reagan had a baby by a woman who never told him because their relationship wasn’t serious.
The son happens to be Hill, who works as a detective in the NYPD. Hill works in the firearms unit, but his mother, Paula, would prefer he works in a much safer position.
MEETING JOE HILL
Frank got to meet Hill and the episode concluded with the new guy coming to the Reagan home for Sunday dinner. Frank introduced Hill to the family members saying, “I just met the guy, and he’s my grandson. I will say this, he carries himself in a certain way,” adding:
“Being a cop was like playing for the Bulls with Jordan or the drums with Springsteen, it was just familiar.”
GIVING HINTS ABOUT THE FINALE
Before the May 1, 2020, episode aired, Selleck gave a hint to fans on what to expect stating: “I don’t expect a dry eye in the house.” He explained how he’d gotten “emotional when I saw a cut of it; so did my wife, who’s seen a working copy of the episode.”
We have a number of things involving this Joe Hill thing
The veteran actor shared how the episode would have an “impact on everybody” that is “hugely significant.”After the season finale aired, the cast reunited virtually.
ADDRESSING THE NEW CHARACTER
The CBS show’s Executive producer Kevin Wade gave a teaser on what would happen to Hochman’s character now that he found out he’s a Reagan. Wade asked: “For Joe Hill, is it best for him to have a great-grandfather and a grandfather who are police commissioners.”
He also noted how the new character had “one uncle who’s a very famous NYPD detective, another who’s an NYPD sergeant, and an aunt who is high up in the District Attorney’s office?” Wade acknowledged how Hill’s life would change in how people “looked at him and related to him.”
HILL’S FUTURE ON THE SHOW
Season 10 had to end three episodes early. Wade also shared: "We have a number of things involving this Joe Hill thing that we already had in motion that we will revisit in Season 11.”
To start work on “Blue Bloods” season 11, the team is considering using robots to keep the set virus-free. Production had to come to a halt abruptly due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease.
USING ROBOTS TO SANITIZE SET
These robots have already been in use in hospitals to keep them sanitized. According to some sources, the $125,000 machines are allegedly being considered for the production sets of “Blue Bloods.”
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