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Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 20 [Season Finale]

Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 20 will release on 6 May 2022 at 10 p.m. ET on CBS. This Sunday’s dinner will include two guests! Anthony Abetemarco and Joe Hill will see them at the dinner table in the season finale.

Erin dealt with a stalker in Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 19, but not one who meant her harm. The situation got wilder and weirder, and she ended up saving her stalker’s life. An automobile collides with a power pole while Jamie is waiting for an Uber. but the driver accuses him of causing the crash.  (Read the recap below) Let’s proceed ahead, fans are eager to see what episode 19 has in store for them. You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for Blue Bloods season 12 episode 20 promo:

Blue Bloods Season 12 Finale Recap
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Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 20 Spoilers

This season finale of Blue Bloods is going to be explosive. “Silver Linings” is the title of tonight’s episode. Anthony Abetemarco (Steven Schirripa), who works as an investigator at the D.A.’s office and frequently collaborates with Erin (Bridget Moynahan), has gotten that coveted invite in the Season 12 finale.. What will trigger this? We’ll have to wait and see. Joe Hill (Will Hochman), the son of the late Joe Reagan and Frank’s grandson, is there is also present for the dinner. According to the synopsis he is working with his uncles, Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) and Jamie Reagan (Will Estes).

Jamie and Joe’s search for an illegal, trafficked adolescent girl collides with Danny and Baez’s (Marisa Ramirez) investigation into the murder of a lady under witness protection. Also, Frank and Erin’s butt heads when he criticizes the district attorney’s office for enacting a new rule that makes armed robbery a misdemeanor, a directive that has immediate repercussions for Eddie (Vanessa Ray) and her partner.

Nothing gets past Baker and Erin, and Frank will have to explain himself. Watch the Blue Bloods Season 12 finale Sneak peek below.

This show usually does something significant in its season finales. Sunday supper is mainly limited to Reagan family members – biological relatives and people who have married into the family. Consider Eddie’s first supper, for example, was when she and Jamie announced their engagement. Jack (Peter Hermann), Erin’s ex-husband, attended one. Along with this, Anthony and Baez and Frank’s former partner Lenny (Treat Williams) are among those who are not related to Reagan through blood or marriage.

If you’re wondering why Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 20 is the end instead of episode 22, it’s because we’re still not completely out of the woods in terms of the global health problem. Production still takes longer than it used to. But there is good news Blue blood renewed for another Season there.

Blue Bloods Episode 12.20 Synopsis:–  Danny and Jamie join forces with their nephew, Joe Hill (Will Hochman). when Jamie and Joe’s search for an undocumented, trafficked teenage girl converges with Danny and Baez’s investigation into the murder of a woman in witness protection. Also, Frank and Erin butt heads when Frank calls out the district attorney’s office for instituting a new rule that classifies armed robbery as a misdemeanor, a mandate that has immediate ramifications for Eddie and her partner.

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Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 20 Release Date

Blue Bloods S12xE20 will release on 6 May 2022 at 10 p.m. ET on CBS, Weekly releases on Fridays with an average runtime of 42-44 minutes.  If you have a cable subscription, you may watch ‘Blue Bloods’ season 12 Episode 20 on CBS at the hour stated. The new episodes will be available on the CBS official website as well as Paramount+ after their release. Subscribers to DirecTV, FuboTV, and YouTube TV can watch the episode live. Post-release, the episode should be available on VOD providers like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Google Play, and iTunes. A Hulu subscription also gives you access to the first nine seasons of the show.’ Blue Bloods, which has just been renewed for a 13th season on CBS, continues its long run.

Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 20 Cast

REGULAR CAST: Tom Selleck (Frank Reagan) Donnie Wahlberg (Danny Reagan) Bridget Moynahan (Erin Reagan) Will Estes (Jamie Reagan) Len Cariou (Henry Reagan) Marisa Ramirez (Det. Maria Baez) Vanessa Ray (Officer Eddie Janko)

RECURRING CAST: Abigail Hawk (Abigail Baker) Gregory Jbara (DCPI Garrett Moore) Robert Clohessy (Lt. Gormley) Steven Schirripa (Anthony Abetemarco) Andrew Terraciano (Sean Reagan) Will Hochman (Joe Hill) Rosyln Ruff (DA Kimberly Crawford) Ian Quinlan (Luis Badillo)

GUEST CAST: Greta Quispe (Margo Ruiz) Annelise Cepero (Elena Marquez) Julio Cesar Ruiz (Carlos Sanchez) David Kallaway (Newiler) Kyndra Sanchez (Soli) Christine Jones (ADA Latayna Thomas) Tony Crane (Detective Giorgio) Maggie Shirk (Doctor) Dash Kennedy Williams (FI Detective) Mike Funk (John) Kimberly Stern (Shop Owner) Kendra Holloway (Nurse) Candy Santana (Pysch Nurse) Ratnesh Dubey (Store Manager) Emma Diner (Teen Employee) Liz Ramos (Barbara) Gameela Wright (Reporter Helen) Pat Kiernan (News Anchor) Kyle W. Brown (Uniform #1) Joanne Lamstein (Uniform #2) WRITTEN BY: Siobhan Byrne O’Connor DIRECTED BY: Ralph Hemecker

Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 19 Recap

The events of Blue Bloods Season 12 Episode 19 appear to be beyond the control of the characters. Jamie discovers he’s feeling strange while driving home from a party and pulls over to hire an Uber after telling the host what occurred. A automobile collides with a power pole while he is waiting. Jamie rushes to assist the motorist, but authorities on the scene notice he’s high and believe he’s to blame for the collision. Jamie’s situation worsens later when the driver accuses him of causing the crash. Jamie doesn’t want Frank to help fix this matter since it will appear like he received special treatment as Frank’s son. Jamie’s friend deleted the message from his phone so that it wouldn’t harm his own career, so Jamie has no proof he didn’t cause the accident except his word. Meanwhile, Frank interjects when he learns of some medical news regarding Henry, and Henry is enraged when he learns of it, blaming Frank of attempting to cure everything even when the person doesn’t require it. And finally, Erin deals with a former prisoner who is pursuing her because he feels he was unfairly convicted by her predecessor.

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