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'Today' Previews Kathie Lee's Daughter Cassidy's 'Blue Bloods' Guest Spot (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 23rd 2011 3:30PM
We're all well aware by now that Kathie Lee Gifford is a booze-hound. Soon her daughter Cassidy will be playing one on TV. She has a small speaking part in the CBS cop drama 'Blue Bloods,' as an underage drinker at a bar that's under investigation for serving minors.

On the fourth hour of 'Today,' (weekdays, (9AM ET on NBC) Kathie Lee and Hoda previewed a clip from Cassidy's 'Blue Bloods' episode. As Will Estes, who plays Tom Selleck's son on the show, posts up at the bar, Cassidy approaches him and says, "Bet you a drink I can guess where you went to college." She delivers the line like someone who's learned from a seasoned pro.

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Inside 'Blue Bloods': A New York State of Mind

by Chris Harnick, posted Feb 25th 2011 1:00PM
'Blue Bloods': A New York State of Mind
It was a surprisingly warm February day when 'Blue Bloods' stars Will Estes and Nick Turturro hit the streets of Washington Heights to film scenes for an upcoming episode.

Dressed in their police duds, the two ran up and down streets while yelling after an imaginary perp, explored a vandalized shoe store and sped around the slushy neighborhood in a police cruiser.

There's no better way to get the New York City feel than actually film in New York, right?

"It's great," Estes said. "It's really hard to fake it some place else. I think we've done a great job utilizing Brooklyn and Manhattan, really showcasing how great it is.

"It's fun, there's no place like shooting in New York."

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'Blue Bloods' Star Will Estes On His New Show & Working with Tom Selleck (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Sep 13th 2010 4:15PM
Will Estes, 'Blue Bloods''Blue Bloods' combines a stellar pedigree (creators Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green wrote for 'The Sopranos') and an awesome cast, including Tom Selleck, Len Cariou, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan and Will Estes. But that's not all it has going for it.

Combining procedural elements, family drama and a nice dash of mystery -- brother Joe died in the line of duty, but it wasn't an open-and-close case -- 'Blue Bloods' (premieres Fri., Sept. 24, 10PM ET on CBS) follows a family on every side of the law, from a rookie cop to the chief of police and a D.A.

I caught up with Estes to hear more about his character, the family dynamic and where he ranks in the cast hierarchy with Tom Selleck and that famous facial hair.

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Reunion: 2006

by Ryan j Budke, posted Jan 17th 2006 7:32PM
Unfortunately, this is not good news about the show coming back, think of this as a "What could have been". Oh yea, and more bad news. According to E!'s online rumor monger Kristin, Fox's Reunion is all but officialy cancelled. Peter Liguori, Fox's President, announced that Sam (and Will's) daughter Amy was going to be Sam's killer, thus taking the wind out of any sails. Kristin also said she had, on good word, that Reunion's team was going to switch the killer right before the plug got pulled. She said that she'd announce the identity of the new killer, along with some other juicy facts (why Craig pretended to handicapped, Jenna's hatred towards Craig) during her next chat. And if you're wondering about the bad news; David Janolari, The WB's development guy, flat out said that they weren't going to pick up the show. It was fun while it lasted. All seven years of it.

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