blue blood

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noble rank or status by birth

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The original writer-producers, Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, were veterans of the HBO series The Sopranos, so when Blue Bloods premiered in 2010, they told the press:
Green and Burgess left after the first season, but Blue Bloods still focuses on heroism.
CBS also announced a new licensing agreement with WGN America, which will present off-network episodes of BLUE BLOODS exclusively on basic cable, also starting later this year.
NEW YORK -- Disney Publishing Worldwide (DPW) announced today the exciting plans in support of Gates of Paradise , the seventh and final book in the New York Times best-selling Blue Bloods series by Melissa de la Cruz.
Fans of the series will enjoy this interpretation, while those new to the Blue Bloods world will gain easy access to it through this stylized, visual version.
To fill the gap between books five and six in the Blue Bloods series, de la Cruz offers fans a collection of three short stories about love.
Even as curmudgeonly members of the British royal family complain about obnoxious press coverage of royally embarrassing doings, some of the blue bloods appear to be feeding stories to newspapers, the head of Britain's press watchdog agency says.
de la Cruz continues to build the mythology of the Blue Bloods in this fourth book in the series, expanding the past lives of the young, rich, and powerful vampires into the time of Ancient Rome and far beyond to their origins as angels and demons.
I see them training every day and, it's easy to say, but they look as if they've got blue blood.
Deep down, says the poll, we are snobs, still suckers for a drop of blue blood, still reckoning that background and job - should that be profession?