New Blue Bloods Season 13 April 21, 2023 Episode 18 Spoilers Revealed

New Blue Bloods Season 13 April 21, 2023 Episode 18 Spoilers Revealed

Hey, “Blue Bloods” fans. We are back with some great news for you guys because CBS is going to finally air the next, new episode 18 of Blue Bloods’ current season 13 tonight, April 21, 2023. That’s right, guys. After delaying this episode last week, CBS is going to finally let it out of the bag tonight, and we’ve got some new spoiler scoops for it.

We were able to collect a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for this new episode 18 by way of CBS’ official episode 18 press release synopsis. So, we’re going to certainly dip into it, right now, to tell you what’s going on in tonight’s new episode.

To start, we’ve got the official title for this new episode 18 of Blue Bloods season 13. CBS let us know that it’s called, “Family Matters.” It sounds like episode 18 will feature some very scandalous, intense, interesting, dramatic, action-filled and possible suspenseful scenes as a grand larceny scandal goes down. A large amount of immigrants show up. Erin does some serious contemplating, a drug dealer responsible for overdoses is out on the loose and more.

We’ll go ahead and kick off this spoiler session with the grand larceny situation. Yep, it turns out that a case of grand larceny will take place in this episode, and it will be connected to feuding crime families. Danny and Baez will jump on this case to run an investigation.

CBS’ official description for this grand larceny case tells us, “Danny and Baez investigate a case of grand larceny tied to feuding crime families when the gifts are stolen during a mob wedding.”

The second spoiler scoop reveals that a pretty good amount of immigrants are going to start showing up in the city, and it’s going to cause a big clashing argument to go down between Frank and Mayor Chase.

CBS’ description for this immigrants arrival situation reads like this, “Frank clashes with Mayor Chase (Dylan Walsh) when an influx of immigrants arrive in the city. Dylan Walsh Returns as Mayor Chase.”

The 3rd spoiler teaser lets us know that we’ll get some new scenes with Erin in action. She will be thinking a lot in these new scenes because she will start contemplating whether or not her campaign to become district attorney is actually compromising her day job.

CBS’ description for this latest Erin scenario reads like this, “Erin questions whether her district attorney campaign is compromising her day job.”

The 4th and final teaser description for this new episode 18 lets us know that a drug dealer who is responsible for causing people to overdose on fentanyl will be on the loose. So, we’re going to see Eddie get some help from Jamie to hunt down this drug dealer.

CBS’ description for this drug dealer hunt reads like this, “Eddie enlists Jamie’s help to bust a drug dealer responsible for fentanyl overdoses in order to comfort a grieving grandfather (Larry Manetti). Larry Manetti Guest Stars as Sam Velucci, a Grieving Grandfather.”

CBS also let us know that episode 18 was written by Jack Ciapciak and Peter D’Antonio, and it was directed by Ralph Hemecker.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 18 of Blue Bloods’ current season 13 is indeed scheduled to finally show up tonight, April 21, 2023 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright, guys. That’s going to be a wrap for this latest, “Blue Bloods” TV show, spoiler report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest, TV show news, movie news and more by Clicking Here.

Be sure to follow us through our RSS Feed For more of the latest TV show and movie news by Clicking Here.

Be sure to follow us on Instagram by Clicking Here.

Get your favorite TV Show and Movie stuff by Clicking Here.

Posted in

You may also like...

All comments are moderated, meaning they won't post until we approve them. Please, keep your comments clean and on topic. Thanks.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.