Finale Details for ‘Blue Bloods’ Season 14 Part One: When and Where to Watch

After more than a decade of captivating audiences, the first part of “Blue Bloods” Season 14 will conclude with its finale episode this Friday.

This season marks the final chapter for the beloved CBS police procedural, which features Tom Selleck as New York City Police Commissioner Frank Reagan. The 14th season is split into two segments: the initial batch of 10 episodes started in February, and the concluding eight episodes are slated to begin airing in September 2024.


“Blue Bloods,” which premiered in 2010, follows the lives of the Reagan family, spanning several generations of New York City law enforcement officers. The show has been a staple of CBS’ Friday night schedule, consistently drawing in viewers.

Tonight, the finale of Season 14’s first segment, titled “The Heart of a Saturday Night,” will air at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

In this episode, Danny and Gormley urgently search for Gus Vanderlip, a dedicated detective hell-bent on figuring out why a rapist he previously caught is back on the streets. Meanwhile, as their anniversary approaches, Jamie and Eddie embark on an undercover mission, adding a personal twist to the night’s drama.