The Reagan family has invited us all back to their
dinner table for another round of our favorite police procedural series.
With rising levels of crime in the Big Apple and more cases to investigate, the seasoned detectives are back and on a mission to protect NYC. Here on this page you’ll
find out how to watch (*12*) Bloods season 12 online wherever you are in the world.
The main cast regulars are returning for season 12, and after a short recovery from the shocking season 11 finale episode and after his startling re-appearance from the dead – Frank’s long-lost grandson Joe (Will Hochman) will only appear on a few occasions in the new season.
We’ve got plenty to look forward to in season 12, as the promo for episode 1 reveals Frank battling an old rival (Mayor Chase), Danny Reagan is faced with solving a complex murder case, and Erin Reagan is in search of answers.
How to watch (*12*) Bloods season 12 online where you are
In case you missed it, Tom Sellek (Frank Reagan) is listed as an Executive Producer for the new season – who better to tell the Reagan police drama than our favorite leading detective?
We’ll be rallying around the Reagan table for another season that’s for sure, so keep reading to find out how to watch (*12*) Bloods season 12 across the globe.
(*12*) Bloods season 12, episode 1 ‘Hate is Hate’ will premiere on the CBS network on October 1, at 10pm ET / PT. Following episodes will air every Friday at the same time.
If you’re watching online you can visit the CBS website and enter your cable provider details to stream (*12*) Bloods live.
How to watch (*12*) Bloods season 12 without cable
Paramount Plus will be live streaming all of season 12’s new episodes and if you’re new to the (*12*) Bloods scene, you’ll find all of the previous seasons available to watch on-demand. You’ll need to be signed up to a Premium plan to watch (*12*) Bloods live, costing $9.99 a month after a 7-day free trial.
FuboTV also offers access to CBS programming and will be airing all the new episodes of (*12*) Bloods live. It’s a great value alternative to cable, offering 110+ channels, including live sports, hit TV shows and 4,800+ movies on-demand. It’s entry-level plan costs $64.99 a month after a 7-day FREE trial.
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Season 12 of BLUE BLOODS fast-tracked to its new home Paramount+
The multi-generational family of cops known as the Reagans return for a fast-tracked new season of (*12*) Bloods now on its new Australian home Paramount+
Celebrating their 250th family dinner, fans can’t wait to see what the family will discuss as they gather together. The cast of the series includes Police Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck), Detective Danny Reagan
(Donnie Wahlberg) and Sargeant Jamie Reagan (Will Estes).
In the season premiere, as Danny consults a psychic to solve the murder of a young boy, Frank is at odds with the mayor over how best to protect the city from an uptick in crime following a high-profile shooting.
Meanwhile, Erin investigates a decades-old case in which the primary eyewitness to the killing is her boss, D.A. Kimberly Crawford, who was 13 years old at the time.
BLUE BLOODS season 12 is now streaming same day from the US on Paramount+
(*12*) Bloods will also be fast tracked to 10 with the new season premiering Thursday October 7th, a few days after the same day premiere on Paramount+