After an illustrious 14-season run of the hit crime drama “Blue Bloods,” Tom Selleck is set to retire, embracing a quieter life with his family on their 65-acre avocado farm in Los Angeles. The celebrated “Magnum P.I.” and “Friends” actor, known for his low-key demeanor, plans to leave the hustle of New York City behind.

According to sources close to Selleck, the decision comes as he seeks more leisure and family time, reflecting his preference for a life away from the limelight. “I’ve always treasured the balance between work and time with my family. It’s always about them,” Selleck expressed in 2020. At 78, Selleck, who once paused his career for a simpler life, is ready to step away from acting, focusing instead on his relationships and ranch, which have kept him grounded.

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