November 17, 2020
“Blue Bloods” star Tom Selleck turned the heat up with a stunning new look in a recent interview where he talked about his moments on the CBS-produced show.
TV star Tom Selleck is aging gracefully and defying age with each of his milestones. This, he confirmed in a recent interview as he rocked newly grown facial hair that complemented his raven mustache.
Selleck‘s interview showed him at home, where he made some reflections on the long-running Tv drama series, “Blue Blood.” the star filmed himself from his luxury sitting room while his backdrop was his home's stately sitting room.
The video was shared on the official Twitter account of the CBS TV series, and it was captioned with a question about Selleck's favorite episode of "Bluebloods." The caption then gave something like a clue, which read:
"While he is very fond of many, there is one special episode that makes him proud!"
For a decade now, Selleck has maintained his role as a law enforcement boss on “Blue Bloods,” and for him, the show has a never-ending theme.
When the star [who plays “Frank Reagan] on the show was asked about his favorite episode, he shared that he did not have one. However, one episode struck a chord in him, and it had to do with the 9/11 memorial celebration.
The 75-year-old noted that CBS was the first film franchise ever to shoot the 9/11 memorial, and it was quite emotional for his “Frank Reagan” character. The star added that he was very proud of the episode and all that the film crew does.
For a decade now, Selleck has maintained his role as a law enforcement boss on “Blue Bloods,” and for him, the show has a never-ending theme. In an interview, the star actor shared “a lot of life” on the TV series, as long as the characters were allowed to grow older.
The “Magnum, P.I” actor made it known that over the years, he has built a warm relationship with his fellow stars on “Blue Bloods,” and he felt proud of the TV kinship. Tom Selleck's "Blue Bloods" career makes up for decades of his TV appearance, and he has put in good work over the years.
On the show, he plays the patriarch of a family with generational affiliation to law enforcement. Presently, the show, which was on hiatus due to the novel Coronavirus, has rounded up its 10th season, and fans are beginning to delve into its 11th season.
The new season's episodes so far center on police brutality issues and the protests. Frank Reagan finds himself hiking head to head with the City Council Speaker, Regina Thomas [played by Whoopi Goldberg].