A multigenerational family of police officers dedicated to enforcing the law in New York.
Tony Bennett (Musical Guest), Carrie Underwood (Musical Guest), Leonard Goldberg (Executive Producer), Kevin Wade (Executive Producer), Bryan Goluboff (Writer), Alex Chapple (Director), Brian Burns (Writer), David Barrett (Director), Keenan Jolliff (Writer), John Behring (Director), Kevin Wade (Writer), Lauren Gautier (Writer), Siobhan Byrne o'connor (Writer), Eric Laneuville (Director), Tawnia Mckiernan (Director), Daniel Truly (Writer), Holly Dale (Director), Ian Biederman (Writer), Willie Reale (Writer), Alex Zakrzewski (Director), Robert Harmon (Director), Ralph Hemecker (Director), Dan Truly (Writer), Greg Beeman (Director), Sinead Daly (Writer), Andrew Raab (Writer), Donnie Wahlberg (Director), Benjamin Cummings (Writer), Orson Cummings (Writer), Christine Moore (Director), Diana Son (Writer), David Solomon (Director), Robert duncan Mcneill (Director), Peter Werner (Director), Mitchell Burgess (Executive Producer), Robin Green (Executive Producer), John Polson (Director), Seth Pearlman (Writer), James Whitmore jr. (Director), Dawn Denoon (Writer), Larry Teng (Director), Oz Scott (Director), Ish Goldstein (Writer), Alex Hall (Director), Michael Pressman (Director), Thomas Kelly (Writer), Vanessa Rojas (Writer), Ed Zuckerman (Writer), Jim Mckay (Director), Martha Mitchell (Director), Felix Alcala (Director), David Black (Writer), Nick Gomez (Director), John Moskowitz (Writer), Shaun Cassidy (Writer), Steve Gomer (Director), Fred Keller (Director), Robin Green (Writer), Mitchell Burgess (Writer), Karen Gaviola (Director), Gwendolyn Parker (Writer), Matt Penn (Director), Amanda Green (Writer), Jan Biasberg (Director), Stephen Gyllenhaal (Director), Marc Rosner (Writer), Julie Hebert (Writer), Rosemary Rodriguez (Director), Michael Cuesta (Director), Mark Rosner (Writer), Gwyneth Horder-payton (Director), Ken Sanzel (Writer)
|"My Funny Valentine" When a girl is kidnapped, Jackie and Danny suspect her drug-addicted boyfriend is responsible; Erin's relationship with her boss takes a step forward. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Dedication" Frank is lucky to survive a stranger's assassination attempt, an act that prompts a citywide manhunt. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Silver Star" Danny vows to find the killer of a war hero who was homeless; false information about Frank leaks to the press. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Reagan V. Reagan" As Erin prosecutes a woman accused of murder, the defendant's attorney is slain, and Danny is asked to investigate; things get heated when Danny is questioned on the stand. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"No Questions Asked" When a weapon linked to a crime is brought into the NYPD's gun buyback program, Danny must decide whether to arrest the suspect or follow the "no questions asked" policy. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Secrets and Lies" Linda helps with a shooting investigation when she hears the victim reveal who was responsible; Jamie is enraged when Henry is mugged. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"No Regrets" When the same tragedy occurs to multiple people in New York, Danny must determine what connects them and who is responsible; Frank tries to help a friend face his alcoholism. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Loss of Faith" When a devout young woman is murdered, Danny questions her family; a secret relationship is uncovered. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Ends and Means" When two Wall Street brokers are killed during drug deals, Linda bars Danny from questioning a wounded accomplice until after the man has had surgery. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Unwritten Rules" Frank pushes to have a cop killer brought to justice, but Erin drops the charges and releases the suspect due to lack of evidence. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
Tom Selleck stars as Frank Reagan, the chief of police in New York and patriarch of the Reagan clan, a multigenerational family of cops. Frank's oldest son is Danny, a seasoned detective and Iraqi War veteran who occasionally uses dubious tactics to solve cases. Daughter Erin, the lone female, is an assistant district attorney. Fresh out of Harvard Law, Jamie is the youngest member and ``golden boy'' of the family. Jamie gave up a lucrative future in law to continue the family's tradition in police work, and is asked to participate in a secretive investigation that even his father does not know about.
Tom Selleck as Frank Reagan
Donnie Wahlberg as Danny Reagan
Bridget Moynahan as Erin Reagan
Will Estes as Jamie Reagan
Len Cariou as Henry Reagan
Marisa Ramirez as Maria Baez
Amy Carlson as Linda Reagan
Sami Gayle as Nicky Reagan-Boyle
Vanessa Ray as Eddie
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