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Season 7 of BLUE BLOODS returns to AXN

Written By David D'Angelo on Monday, June 26, 2017 | 6/26/2017


If you love police and family drama then you should watch "Blue Bloods" Season 7 on AXN which premiered July 7, Friday at 11:35pm.  This show is all about the Reagan family who lives to uphold the law at all costs.  Veteran actor Tom Selleck plays the role of Police Commissioner Frank Reagan who is at the forefront in fighting criminality in New York City.

Blue Bloods: True Family Police Drama


Police Commisioner Frank Reagan does not work alone.  He solves crimes together with his son, detective Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) and police officer Jamie (Will Estes), daughter Erin (Bridget Moynahan), the assistant district attorney, and a great deal of advice from his father, they face the toughest criminals in the city’s violent underworld.

Blue Blood Season 7


The new season opens with the Attorney General’s Office getting new evidence against Danny for shooting a serial killer in self-defense. Frank is pressured to back an investigation into police brutality. Jamie has his hands tied as his fellow officers believe that his father is holding him back, while Erin prepares for another court showdown with her lawyer ex-husband.

Despite personal issues at home and at work, Frank has to maintain the balance between running the police department and running his family. If he cannot, he will be placed in a difficult position to choose – to serve the force or to serve his family.

Watch Blue Blood Season 7 on AXN


Blue Bloods Season 7 premieres on July 7 and airs every Friday at 11:35pm.

AXN is available on SKYCable Channel 49, Destiny Cable Channel 61, Cignal Channel 121, Dream Satellite TV Channel 20, G Sat Channel 51, and Cablelink Channel 38. AXN HD is available on SKYCable Channel 247.


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