"Blue Bloods" Season 7 continues to soar high in the ratings, but cancellation rumors continue to plague the hit CBS drama. According to reports, lead actor Tom Selleck may be planning to leave the series, which may eventually lead to the show end. Can the series survive without Frank Reagan?
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"Blue Bloods" Season 7 cancellation news reveals that the CBS drama may no longer move forward with season 8 if its lead actor, Tom Selleck no longer renews his contract with the series. There have been speculations that Selleck was already considering to leave the show.
It can be recalled that Selleck renewed his contract for "Blue Bloods" Season 7 just a week before filming for the seventh season began. This led to speculations that Selleck will no longer renew his contract should CBS renew the show for its eighth season.
If "Blue Bloods" Season 7 gets canceled, it will not most likely be due to the ratings. As TV Series Finale reports, the show has always received an average of 10 million viewers through its seven-season run on CBS.
This means that "Blue Bloods" Season 7 may only get canceled if one of its lead characters leaves the show. TV Overmind states that the show has always been about Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck).
If Selleck decides to leave "Blue Bloods" Season 7, then the show may need to do some major changes. It may be that the series will focus on its other characters such as Danny Reagan or Eddie and Jamie.
As seen on the latest episode of "Blue Bloods" Season 7, Jamie and Eddie finally had their relationship move forward through a confession and a kiss. This means that the show could still survive even without Frank Reagan in it.
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