Is Blue Bloods Off Netflix? How to Stream the CBS Drama Starring Tom Selleck

Blue Bloods fans, it's time to fill out a missing persons report for your favorite show because as of Tuesday, the hit CBS police procedural drama is no longer streaming on Netflix.

Eight past seasons of Blue Bloods ceased streaming today, prompting plenty of devastated fan reactions on Twitter.

"When you're binging blue bloods and it doesn't play the next episode. Come to find out Netflix got rid of it today. Well screw you Netflix. Thank goodness for Hulu. Now back to my binge using Hulu," wrote one fan.

Blue Bloods is just one of many titles leaving Netflix this month. British drama Last Tango in Halifax stopped streaming on November 2. Still to come in the November cull are hit ABBA musical Mamma Mia! (November 16), the Maggie Q-starring Nikita (November 22) and Disney-Pixar's Coco (November 29). The latter will join Disney+'s streaming lineup from November 12.

If you want to stream Blue Bloods, read on to find out how you can watch the show now that it has expired on Netflix.

How to stream Blue Bloods

To get your fix of Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg and company, you'll need to head over to Hulu or CBS All Access to continue binge-watching.

Hulu has all nine previous seasons of Blue Bloods available to stream. That's 199 episodes in total.

Hulu subscriptions start at $5.99 a month for an ad-supported experience. You'll have access to all nine seasons of Blue Bloods—with ads—as well as plenty of other shows and movies. New subscribers can get their first month free and pay $5.99 each month thereafter.

If you're not into adverts interrupting your favorite program, an ad-free Hulu subscription starts at $11.99 per month. Again, you get your first month free.

CBS' own over-the-top streaming platform, CBS All Access, also has all previous nine seasons of Blue Bloods available to stream, as well as all of the episodes of Season 10 that have aired thus far. (Episodes 2-6 of Season 10 are free to stream on without requiring an All Access subscription.)

CBS All Access plans start at $5.99 per month for limited commercials, or $9.99 for commercial-free viewing. You can get a one-week free trial with either plan.

If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, Seasons 1 to 6 are included in your Prime Video membership, too.

Here's what else is leaving Netflix in November:

November 15

Continuum, Seasons 1-4

November 16

Mamma Mia!

November 22

Nikita, Seasons 1-4

November 23

The Red Road, Seasons 1-2

November 25


November 29


November 30

Life Unexpected, Seasons 1-2