Blue Bloods: Season 1
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Top Customer Reviews
This is one of the best new shows out there. The whole cast is fantastic, especially Frank (Selleck) and Danny Reagan (Donnie Wahlberg). The episodes have been well written, the plots are excellent, great shots of New York City.
This show offers a nice mix of a police drama and a family drama. Each week the show just seems to keep getting better.
Looking forward to the Season 1 release!
The storylines typically involve a compelling crime of the week that manages to involve the whole family in some way, helped along with a generous helping of intergenerational family dynamics, often featuring sibling rivalries. The gracefully aging Selleck is spot-on as a widowed father trying to help his kids and grandkids navigate life's challenges.
A parallel theme is the mystery surrounding the missing Reagan, Frank's son Joe, a cop murdered on the job. Early in the season, the FBI reaches out to Jamie to be an undercover source against the Blue Templar, a secret police society gone bad. This theme will gather steam, leading to a dangerous and dramatic season finale.
"Blue Bloods: The First Season" is highly recommended as good entertainment; this reviewer hopes for a second season.
I like the inter-generational aspect that touches on issues pertaining to the changing nature of police work. If you like police drama with some "police humor," check it out!
A pleasant surprise is former heartthrob Tom Selleck, who lends real dignity to the role of Commissioner.
Today's issues are deal with in an even-handed manner, and the characters voice opinions that ring true.
The writing is tight and tense. The viewer cares about the outcome.
Note to Hollywood: there really are families out there like the one in this series--loyal, loving, close, but not perfect.
We need to see more of them portrayed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed the first season very much and will continue to order the rest of the seasonsPublished 2 hours ago by Mary Schanno
I have always wanted to get onto this series and being able to watch it on Prime during my lunch hour is fantastic. The season is perfectly paced with great character development.Published 2 days ago by Keyne C.
The show deals with difficult and heavy issues from murder to terrorism to corruption, etc. but somehow you always feel uplifted at the end as the family comes together, often with... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Enrique V.
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