‘Blue Bloods’ finished season 10 off with an unexpected finale. Here’s ranking all of the other ‘Blue Bloods’ finales based on the ratings at IMDB. Scroll down to see!
‘Blue Bloods’ follows the work and lives of a family, the Reagans, who are involved in the work of law enforcement in some way or the other, in New York City, helmed in by the family patriarch Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck). An interesting twist to the classic genre of the police procedural drama, the core of the show is about the themes of tradition and family, even as it deals with the world of law and order.
Which season of ‘Blue Bloods’ had the best finale?
- Ranking Blue Bloods
- In one season finale, a hitman in pursuit of a police officers’ family is shot just in time
- The season 10 finale features an unexpected new family member
The recently concluded ‘Blue Bloods’ Season 10 had an epic finale, which set us wondering about the other finales too, and whether they matched up in relation to it. We roped in IMDB to help us out. Here’s taking a look at the rankings each finale of Blue Bloods has received, according to IMDB.
10) “Blowback” (Season 6): 7.8/10
In this season finale, Officer Eric Russel finds himself at the center of controversy, when he shoots a teenager who does not surrender. There is evidence that he wasn’t wrong in his act, but now that there’s public outrage about it, things are going out of hand. With a bit of hard work, Danny and Detective Maria Baez manage to find a connection between the crime and a man called Miguel Santanaeven. Fortunately, a witness comes forward, and the case is soon resolved.
9) “The Thin Blue Line” (Season 7): 8.2/10
Danny joins hands with a federal agent in pursuit of a shipment owned by a Mexican drug cartel. He arrests a dealer named Pena, but surprise surprise, he turns out to be an informant for the FBI. Later on, the cartel members bomb Danny’s house to take revenge.
Jamie, meanwhile, has been tracking a serial killer who kills senior citizens. It is revealed that the man who was reporting the crime was actually the serial killer, and his motive for killing old people was “ending their pain“.
8) “Mothers Day” (Season 2): 8.3/10
In this finale, Frank threatens to resign after Mayor Poole refuses to take seriously his advice to alert the city about a potential terrorist threat. Jamie and Danny get into a disagreement because Jamie feels Danny doesn’t acknowledge his patrol partner, Sergeant Anthony Renzulli. In the course of their heated arguments, they each realise just how much they miss their brother Joe, who would always help resolve such familial disagreements.
7) “Exiles”(Season 4): 8.4/10
This episode takes the viewers to the investigation of a woman who commits suicide by jumping off a building. This woman had been charged with prostitution. Danny is asked to look into it, but the detectives handling the case are not a fan of his methods, so they try to take him off the case. But Danny continues with the investigation unofficially. Meanwhile, Eddie and Jamie try to help a woman who wants to marry a Syrian man only so that he can escape deportment. However, her father is afraid there is something fishy going on.
6) “This Way Out” (Season 3): 8.6/10
Vinny’s murder puts the citizens on edge about security in the Bitterman Projects. In a town hall meeting, amid an uncontrollable crowd, Mayor Poole is shot by a man named Hector. While Poole is recovering, Grace Newhouse takes over as acting mayor. She threatens Frank with dismissal if he isn’t able to ensure that the Bitterman Projects were safe. Hector is caught, and he reveals that he procured the gun from the Los Lordes gang members. Subsequently, Frank organises a raid on the projects, and arrests many Los Lordes gang members.
5) “Something Blue” (Season 9): 8.7/10
In this finale, Jamie and Eddie are to get married. But Eddie and Erin ague again, which seems poised to ruin the occasion. Danny and Baez are looking into the death of a young man. At the end of the episode, Franks walks Eddie down the aisle at the wedding.
4) “The Blue Templar” (Season 1): 8.8/10
Jamie helps a woman running away from her kidnappers, and finds out that her best friend was the one behind it. Later, Jamie and Laura develop feelings for each other, and eventually, kiss. Frank is trying to investigate the Blue Templar conspiracy, but when he discovers there were many corrupt cops involved, he decides to work the case without involving the internal affairs of the NYPD. When he has gathered enough evidence, he, Danny, and Jamie, along with a team, arrest the corrupt cops.
3) “The Art Of War” (Season 5): 8.9/10
Hector is shot, Curtis turns out to be the real culprit. While the doctors are trying to unsuccessfully save Hector’s life, Curtis escapes. Danny comes to know that Curtis was threatened by his mother’s life if he didn’t shoot Hector. He then agrees to cooperate with the officers and offers up the name of another gang member. Along with the man Curtis revealed, Danny and Maria arrest several members of a rival gang.
2) “My Aim Is True” (Season 8): 9.1/10
Frank is struggling with a lot of guilt because it is revealed that his force out six wrongly convicted men in jail, who have been recently released and may now be responsible for a series of murders. Turns out, one of the men who was wrongly convicted has hired a hitman to kill family members of all the cops who were responsible for convicting the men. Eddie shoots the hitman.
1) “Family Secrets” (Season 10): 9.2/10
In this epic ‘Blue Bloods’ Season 10 finale, Danny’s son Sean looks for the person with whom he had a DNA match. Paula Hill asks Frank to transfer her son, Joe Hill, to another, safer unit. In an unexpected twist, it is revealed that the father of this Joe Hill is none other than Joe Raegan, the deceased brother of Danny, Erin, and Jamie. Frank meets a grandson he never knew existed.