Blue Bloods has been on CBS for twelve seasons, and has already been renewed for a fourteenth, but the Hollywood strikes have made the wait for new episodes indefinite. It’s unclear when the police drama plans to return at some point in 2024, but there is solace to be had in the fact that there are tons of episodes to rewatch in the meantime.
Now is the perfect time to binge Blue Bloods. There’s plenty of time to catch up episodes you may have missed the first time around, or simply brush up on the episodes that are your favorite. This lengthy binge, however, means finding a platform that has all of the episodes for a cheap (maybe even nonexistent price). Here are the places you need to go if you want to watch Blue Bloods for free.
Blue Bloods watch options
Let’s start with the free trials. Blue Bloods is available on several different streaming platforms including Hulu and Paramount Plus. These platforms technically cost money, but if you don’t have an account with them, you can register and get a free trial.
Hulu has a free trial that lasts 30 days, as does Paramount Plus, which means a month of Blue Bloods fun without paying cent. If you don’t cancel your subscription after the trial window has closed, however, you will be charged a full rate.
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If you have cable, you can also watch Blue Bloods for free on the official CBS website. You have to sign with your local TV provider, but once you do, you will have indefinite access to every single episode. CBS will also be a good source once the show returns for season 14, since the site is regularly updated with the latest episodes.
There are, of course, other platforms that have the show, and you may already have access to the Blue Bloods library without realizing it. The platforms that require paid subscriptions and contain the police drama include:
Technically, Apple TV and Google Play TV have Blue Bloods as well, but these platforms require that you rent or purchase each individual episode for $1.99, so we’d recommend using one of the cheaper alternatives.
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