New ‘Blood Bloods’ Spoilers For Season 10, May 1, 2020 Episode 19 Revealed

New ‘Blood Bloods’ Spoilers For Season 10, May 1, 2020 Episode 19 Revealed

Hey, “Blue Bloods” fans. We are back at you for another round of spoilers scoops. In this article, we’re going to tell you all about what the next, new episode 19 has in store.

Thanks to the lovely folks over at CBS, we’ve got an official press release for episode 19. So, we’re going to delve deep, deep into it to unravel a few episode 19 plotlines. With no further ado, let’s do it.

To start, episode 19 is officially entitled, “Family Secrets.” It sounds like episode 19 will feature some pretty interesting, possible dramatic, intense and action-filled scenes as Sean investigates an unknown relative.

Frank gets a personal request from a woman. Danny seeks out the truth about a murder. Eddie and Janie discover an abandoned baby and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Sean situation. It turns out that Sean will get a match from an unknown relative from a DNA network. In light of this situation, Sean will launch a mini investigation into the matter to see if he can track down who in the hell this mystery relative is.

CBS’ official description for this Sean investigation reads like this, “After getting a match from an unknown relative from a DNA network, Sean Reagan does some detective work to figure out who this mystery person might be.”

Will Sean get down to the bottom of this mystery? That’s a very important question for this particular storyline. Whatever the case, it sounds like we’ll get some pretty intriguing scenes out of this storyline.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that Frank will have a pretty interesting set of events in this episode. At some point, Frank will get asked by a woman named Paul Hill to transfer her son to a safer assignment.

CBS’ description for this Frank and Paula Hill situation reads like this, “Frank gets a personal request from a woman, Paula Hill (Bonnie Sommerville), to transfer her son to a safer assignment.”

Will Frank oblige this women’s request? That’s a big question for this particular storyline. we’ll definitely have to wait and see. It sounds like things could get dramatic for Frank if he doesn’t. So, get ready for that.

The 3rd teaser description reveals that Danny will be looking to carry out an important task in this episode. He will be doing some deep, deep research to learn the truth about how a keywitness got killed during one of Erin’s cases.

CBS’ description for this intense Danny situation reads like this, “Danny seeks to uncover the truth behind the murder of a key witness in one of Erin’s cases.”

Will Danny get the intel he’s looking for? That’s another big question we’ll be looking to see get answered before the hour is up next week. We think this storyline could offer some possible intense scenes. So, look out for it.

The 4th and last teaser description lets us know that Eddie will start contemplating something quite huge in this episode. Apparently, she and Jamie will stumble upon a newborn child that was left outside of their precinct. This will cause Eddie to start thinking about having a child.

CBS’s description for this Eddie and Jamie plotline reads like this, “Eddie begins to think about having a child after she and Jamie discover a newborn left outside their precinct.”

Will Eddie’s new desires for a baby result in anything? That’s a big question for this plotline. Only time will tell at the moment.

Episode 19 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Will Hochman as character (Joseph Hill), Carlos Andrickson as character (Juan Acosta), Danielle Davenport as character (Nia Martin), Jamila Velazquez as character (Camilla Garcia), Roman Maldonado as character (Cortez), Alexander Goyco as character (Geo Valdez), Richard Kline as character (Judge Angioli), Bonnie Somerville as character (Paula Hill).

Guest stars continued: Avery Anton as character (Pregnant Teen), Ale Valentina as character (Marisol), Gwendolyn Ellis as character (Dr. Sarah O’Sullivan), Reynaldo Piniella as character (Teddy Valdez), Jess Nahikian as character (Amy Taylor), Kristina Bartlett as character (TARU Tech Santini), Joe O’connor as character (Officer Malone), Frank Garcia as character (Bodega Owner) and Jared Morrison as character (TARU Tech Walker).

Episode 19 will feature a few recurring stars. They are: Abigail Hawk as character (Abigail Baker), Gregory Jbara as character (Garrett Moore), Robert Clohessy as character (Lt. Gormley), Steven Schirripa as character (Anthony Abetamarco), Andrew Terraciano as character (Sean Reagan), James Nuciforo as character (Nuciforo) and Stacy Keach as character (Archbishop Kevin Kearns).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 19 are: Tom Selleck as character (Frank Reagan), Donnie Wahlberg as character (Danny Reagan), Bridget Moynahan as character (Erin Reagan), Will Estes as character (Jamie Reagan), Len Cariou as character (Henry Reagan), Marisa Ramirez as character (Det. Maria Baez), Sami Gayle as character (Nicky Reagan-Boyle) and Vanessa Ray as character (Officer Eddie Janko).

Episode 19 was written by Siobhan Byrne O’Connor, and it was directed by Dave Barrett. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 19 is indeed scheduled to air next Friday night, May 1, 2020 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Blue Bloods” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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