Tom Selleck Is Not at Risk of Losing $12 Million Ranch After ‘Blue Bloods’ Cancellation

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Tom Selleck is said to be not is at risk of losing his $12 million, 63-acre ranch in California due to the cancellation of Blue blood later this year, has learned.

In a sudden development, the 79-year-old actor follows suit concerns expressed about the loss of his beloved farm last weekend, sources close to Selleck emphasized that the Emmy winner’s finances were in order.

According to insiders close to the Blue blood star, Selleck used the potential loss of his 63-acre farm in Ventura County as an “example of his hunger to want to keep working” after the hit CBS show ends in the fall.

TMZ discovered that Selleck had taken out between $15 million and $16 million in loans to pay for the ranch in the 2000s. The outlet also noted that it was unclear how much of that debt the actor has already paid off.

Meanwhile, the 79-year-old Emmy winner reportedly earned an impressive $200,000 per episode (or $4.8 million per season). Blue blood before it was cancelled by CBS after the current 14th season.

According to reports, Selleck is currently worth an estimated $45 million.

If previously reported, the Blue blood And Magnum: PI The star made headlines this weekend after telling the story CBS Sunday morning in front of him risk of losing his 63-acre farm back then Blue blood ends in December.

“You know, hopefully I keep working enough to hold the spot,” the Emmy winner said said from his beloved ranch on Sunday.

“That’s always a problem,” Selleck continued. “If I stopped working, yes. Am I ready for life? Yes, but maybe not on a 63 hectare farm!”

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Selleck reportedly purchased the ranch in 1988, shortly after his departure Magnum: PI. He previously spoke about his affinity for California real estate during a 2020 interview.

“My relationships and my ranch keep me sane,” he says said back in 2020. “I do grunt work and I make the rounds. I like watching things grow. It is a refuge.”

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The actor also discussed his “worship” for acting during his interview with CBS Sunday morning last weekend – especially if Blue blood is ending.

“As an actor you never lose — at least I don’t lose — the feeling that every time I finish a job, it’s my last job,” Selleck explained Sunday. “I like that there are no excuses.”

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