The Reagan family will be back at the dinner table after renewed for its 13th season.
The network handed the long-running cop drama the renewal after star and exec producer Tom Selleck closed his deal to return.
The series has been a rock-solid performer at 10 p.m. on Fridays, where it has aired since 2010 other than a four-week tryout on Wednesdays in its first year. It is currently the No. 4 series on broadcast television, averaging 9.81M viewers.
follows the Reagans, a family of New York City cops. Selleck plays Police Commissioner Frank Reagan, Donnie Wahlberg plays Detective Danny Reagan, Bridget Moynahan plays ADA Erin Reagan, Will Estes plays former patrol officer and now Sgt. Jamie Reagan, and Len Cariou plays former Police Commissioner and Frank’s father, Henry Reagan.
Marissa Ramirez and Vanessa Ray also star.
Produced by CBS Studios, the series is exec produced by Kevin Wade, Ian Biederman, Brian Burns, Siobhan Byrne-O’Connor, Dan Truly and Selleck.
The move comes amid a slew of renewals for the network, which has handed new seasons to the franchise – and as well as comedies including and , while is ending its run this season.
“America’s favorite first family of law enforcement is back for season 13,” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment. “The Reagans possess an incredible bond with audiences literally everywhere and on every platform. And in its 12th season, with over 250 episodes, not only continues to dominate in the ratings but excels at an exceptionally high creative level.”