The Eleventh Season of Blue Bloods had started its premiere on December 4, 2020. Robin Green has created the Police Procedural drama series. Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, the season has been reduced to 16 Episodes, and with the 9th Episode being telecasted on March 26, 2021, the fans have started anticipating what the 10th episode could offer. So here’s everything we know:
When will Episode 10 air?
Episode 10 of Blue Bloods Season 11 titled, ‘The Common Good,’ was directed by David Barret and Kevin Riley. Officially the episode will be airing on April 2, 2021, at 10 pm ET on CBS, and it will be 45 minutes long.
What to anticipate from Blue Bloods Episode 10?
Though the official synopsis hasn’t been released, we can expect it to be tied to Politics. Frank could be seen solving more problems for the group and helping Sid get over his troublesome circumstances. Frank will be tested in various ways as he will be supporting the new policy even though it may endanger his job. Episode 10 may also show Danny and Biez getting closer while being on a mission to navigate the world of competitive gaming.
Where to watch Blue Bloods Season 11 Episode 10?
With an active cable subscription, Blue blood Season 11 can be watched on CBS. If you want to see it online, You can log in to CBS’s official website or Paramount+. Live Streaming options include DirectTV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV. The episodes can also be purchased on iTunes and Amazon Prime Video.
Blue Bloods Season 11 Episode 9 Premise:
Biez finds a man murdered on her front lawn with whom she was romantically involved. Her front door camera reveals that a woman is behind the murder who was the man’s fiancé and intended to kill Biez, but Danny made it in time and saved her. Eddie is upset with Jamie’s handling of the situation, and Erin is frustrated upon receiving case notes from her boss. Elsewhere Frank calls Dr. Alex Dawson to meet his team and later confess that he struggles to “see past the scoreboard” of his own fallen friends and family members. At Sunday Dinner, Sean opens a letter from college and announces cheerfully that he was accepted.