Marisa Ramirez, star of “Blue Bloods,” posted a sweet selfie on Instagram to commemorate the show’s 250th episode. The CBS series has reached a significant milestone. The CBS drama has been on the air for nine years, with a total of 250 episodes produced. Marisa Ramirez, the show’s star, is marking the occasion with a selfie and a “Blue Bloods” cupcake.
Ramirez is proud to have been on the show for so long, as she smiles and holds up her sweet treat. What began as a minor role evolved into a recurring one, for which she is grateful.
“When two weeks turned into nine years for me…” says Ramirez. “Congratulations on your 250th episode, @bluebloods cbs!” How did I get so fortunate?! Congratulations to everyone who contributed to the success of this show!! I’m not sure where I’d be without my bestie @donniewahlberg. P.S. I’m not going to take this out of the box because it will end up in my stomach, but I can save it for you!”
The actress from “Blue Bloods” concludes her caption with three hashtags: #bestcrew, #bestfans, and #sograteful. Since Ramirez has been playing Maria Baez since 2013, fans have grown to consider him a close friend. Congratulatory messages abound in the comments section.
“Many congratulations, Marisa!! It is such a blessing to have a job that you enjoy! “I really enjoy watching #BlueBloods on Friday nights,” says one fan.
“Congrats! I adore you!!!! Donnie has never had a better partner than you. “Enjoy your cupcake,” says another.
Donnie Wahlberg, her co-star and friend, joins in on the fun, commenting “Same!!!”
We hope Marisa Ramirez enjoys her cupcake and will continue to appear in “Blue Bloods” episodes for many years to come.
A Touching “Blue Bloods” Family Dinner
The Reagan family dinner is a pivotal scene in “Blue Bloods.” Marisa Ramirez discusses her first family dinner scene in an interview with Pop Culture.
Ramirez struggled to keep her emotions in check after joining the show shortly after her grandmother d1ed. Tom Selleck was a huge fan of her grandmother.
“I really wanted to say something to Tom about how’my grandmother was such a huge fan of yours,'” she says. “But I knew I wouldn’t be able to say anything without crying.” [I] didn’t want to look like a wuss at family dinner, but I couldn’t stop thinking about her.”
Ramirez claims that the welcoming nature of the cast and crew made her feel at ease on set.
“And it almost made me feel more at ease and calm, and I was able to take in the surroundings and the warmth and the fact that they welcomed me there.”