CBS’s “Blue Bloods” Star Vanessa Ray has became one of the biggest stars on CBS in the recent years and it’s well deserved!
Blue Bloods has racked up 13 seasons and we’re positive that the show will return for a 14th in the second half of 2023.
Season 13 debuts at the beginning of next month and we just ran across an interview where Vanessa shared her favorite episode ever of the show.
She shared with The Nerds Of Color:
“There was an episode, I think it was maybe last season or the season before, where I feel like Eddie kind of found a bit of her calling, which was — I don’t know if you remember this episode, but they found a baby like in a bag. That episode, I was reading it and I was weeping. But I feel like she really found her kind of calling in that she, I mean, this sounds silly to say but it’s like she helps the defenseless, the people that violence is being acted upon them and they can’t fight back. I feel like that episode made a big shift and I feel like we’ve seen her over the last couple of seasons kind of build upon that. Recently, there was an episode with a character who had been raped and there was just a fire in her gut that was like, “violence has been done to this person and I’m going to fight back as hard as I can to provide justice.” I think she felt like she had something to prove early on. Now, it’s more just truly, trusting her gut and finding ways to stand up for people. But I loved that episode.”
That episode is still a vivid memory in our minds and we see why she picked that one.
Catch Vanessa in Blue Bloods Season 13:
“Keeping the Faith” – The job takes a dangerous turn for the Reagans when Eddie and Jamie deal with a domestic violence case associated with an investigation led by Danny and Baez. Also, Frank and his friend, Archbishop Kearns (Stacy Keach), go on a mission to avail themselves to an unfiltered look at the city; and Erin is presented with a surprising offer by her ex-husband, Jack Boyle (Peter Hermann), regarding her run for District Attorney, on the season 13 premiere of BLUE BLOODS, Friday, Oct. 7 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Stacy Keach returns as Archbishop Kearns, Will Hochman guest stars as Joe Hill and Peter Hermann guest stars as Erin’s ex-husband Jack Boyle.