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'Blue Bloods' Executive Producer Reveals the Title of Season 11 Premiere Episode

Odette Odendaal
Sep 04, 2020
03:00 A.M.
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The Reagan family left "Blue Bloods" fans with a cliffhanger at the end of season 10. Teasing about the upcoming season, the show's writer Siobhan Byre O'Connor gave a glimpse into the premiere episode.

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The end of season 10 left fans of "Blue Bloods" eagerly awaiting the show's return, hoping to get answers to the questions it left behind.

With glimpses into season 11 more recently teased by scriptwriter Siobhan Byre O'Connor, she revealed the name of the premiere episode in a social media update.

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SEASON 10

Even though season 10 of "Blue Bloods" was supposed to have 22 episodes, the novel coronavirus pandemic caused episode 19 to act as their makeshift finale, which aired on May 1. 

Despite the abrupt ending, the drama began its 10th season on a high. When it's premiere episode aired on September 27, 2019, it marked the CBS show's milestone 200th episode. Even so, the season ended with monumental changes.

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HOW THINGS ENDED

The Reagan family saw Eddie and Jamie start their journey as a married couple, while Erin grappled with allegations against her ability to serve as a prosecutor. Additionally, Frank also involved himself in a longtime feud between the NYPD and the FDNY.

Another significant change also came in the reveal of Joe Reagan's secret love child named Joe Hill, who had since grown and now works for the NYPD.

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SEASON 11 STORYLINE

According to reports, fans can expect some of the focus to be on Eddie and Jamie and how they venture into the future they envision for themselves. 

If Erin decides to enter the race for DA, it could shed light on that entire process. But the pandemic might also take a front-row seat, which could behind the title of the season 11 premiere, and as Donnie Wahlberg said during an interview:

“I don’t think you can run far away from it, it’s something I’ve been talking about with our writers."

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OTHER RETURNING TELEVISION SHOWS

CBS confirmed the return of a whole bunch of fan-favorite television shows besides "Blue Bloods." The long-running "NCIS" franchise and "60 Minutes" both secured another season, as did "All Rise," "The Unicorn," and "Bob Hearts Abishola."

Popular shows to return as well, are "MacGyver," "Undercover Boss," "SEAL Team," "S.W.A.T.," and "Bull." Other crime-fighting shows that also kept their spots on television include "Magnum P.I.," "FBI," and "FBI Most Wanted." The two shows "48 Hours" and "The Neighborhood" is also set to return.

Donnie Wahlberg as Danny Reagan in "Blue Blood" on CBS. | Source: Getty Images.

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DONNIE WAHLBERG DISHED ON HIS CHARACTER

The new season might also see Donnie Wahlberg's character, Danny Reagan, seek out ways to deal with past trauma to find lasting love. 

During a recent interview, Wahlberg said that his character got to the realization that he needs to confront his painful past to move forward with his life. Wanting to move on and find love might just give him the necessary nudge to take that step.

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