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The 10 Best Tom Selleck Movies and TV Shows, Plus Where to Watch Them

From 'Friends' to 'Blue Bloods,' here are our favorites 


Best known for his iconic mustache and lovely, deep voice, Tom Selleck might just be one of the most well known actors in Hollywood. From his work on Friends to his latest hit show, Blue Bloods, Selleck has proven that he can do it all. This is why we have found — and ranked — the 10 best Tom Selleck movies and TV shows of all time. 

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10. Killers (2010): Tom Selleck movies and TV shows

Selleck stars alongside Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher in this comedy/thriller. The story follows Jen (Heigl) after she learns that her husband, Spencer (Kutcher), is actually a deadly spy. Now, the couple must deal with multiple threats on their lives, as well as trying to keep up appearances. 

You can watch this film on Amazon Prime Video

9. Three Men and a Little Lady (1990) 

In this squeal to the hit  1987 film Three Men and a Baby, Peter (Selleck), Michael (Steve Guttenberg), and Jack (Ted Danson) live with Jack’s ex-girlfriend, Sylvia (Nancy Travis), and her daughter, Mary (Robin Weisman), whom the three men are still raising. But when Syliva tells the guys she is engaged and going to move to England, they do everything they can to stop that from happening. 

You can watch Three Men and a Little Lady on Disney+

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8. Quigley Down Under (1990): Tom Selleck movies and TV shows

Selleck plays Matthew Quigley, an American rifleman who travels to the Australian outback after getting hired by Elliot Marston (Alan Rickman) to be his sharpshooter. Things go south when he gets there, though, and soon Quigley is left in the Outback with Crazy Cora (Laura San Giacomo)  — who helps him plot his revenge. 

You can watch this film on Tubi

7. Meet the Robinsons (2007) 

This hit Disney film follows an inventor named Lewis (Jordan Fry and Daniel Hansen) after he gets whisked away to the year 2037 by Wilbur Robinson (Wesley Singerman). What follows is a battle of family, love and brains. Tom Selleck voices Lewis Sr. in the future. 

You can Meet the Robinsons on Disney+. 

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6. Mr. Baseball (1992): Tom Selleck movies and TV shows

After getting traded to a Japanese baseball team called the Dragons, former American Star Jack Elliot (Selleck) is genuinely upset. But after getting more accustomed to Japanese culture, Jack realizes this change might have been the best thing that ever happened to him. 

You can watch this film on Amazon Prime Video. 

5. Friends (1996-2000) 

Although Selleck appeared in only 10 Friends episodes, his portrayal of Dr. Richard Burke was unforgettable. Introduced in season 2, Dr. Burke was a long-time love interest of Monica Geller (Courteney Cox). Selleck earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for his work on the show. 

But it wasn’t always smooth sailing on the Friends set for Selleck. In fact, he was quite nervous when he started filming. 

“[The] hardest thing is to guest on a show,” Selleck said in 2022. [So] “I was scared to death.” 

It all worked out in the end, though, and Selleck had nothing but love for his time on Friends, saying, “That group is just an incredible group of friends. They obviously became friends in life as well as on the show, and it shows. It was a wonderful place to work.” 

You can watch all 10 seasons of Friends on Max

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4. Jesse Stone: Stone Cold (2006): Tom Selleck movies and TV shows

In this hit Hallmark mystery, based on the book series by Robert B. Parker, police chief Jesse Stone (Selleck) sets off to find the psychopath that is disrupting his small New England town. There were nine Jesse Stone movies in total, with Selleck starring in all of them. He also earned an Emmy nomination for his work in the 2007 TV movie, Jesse Stone: Sea Change. 

You can watch this movie on Roku

3. Magnum P.I (1980-1988) 

Set in gorgeous Hawaii, Selleck portrays Thomas Magnum, a private investigator who is sent all over the island of Oahu to try and fix whatever problems come up. The show ran for eight seasons and earned Selleck five Emmy nominations in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series category. 

You can watch this television show on Amazon Prime Video

2. Three Men and a Baby (1987): Tom Selleck movies and TV shows

After Jack’s (Ted Danson) ex-girlfriend drops off a baby on their Manhattan apartment doorstep, he and best friends Michael (Steve Guttenberg) and Peter (Selleck) must straighten up and learn how to take care of her. This comedy movie is heartfelt and filled with laughs at every single turn. 

You can watch this movie on Disney+

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1. Blue Bloods (2010-2024) 

Selleck starred in 293 episodes of Blue Bloods, the hit cop show that just recently wrapped up production of its 14th and final season. Selleck plays Frank Reagan, the New York Police Commissioner, who has to deal with personal and professional problems, secrets and heartbreaks. 

“For the past 13 years, it has been an honor and a privilege to work on a show that not only celebrates the men and women who protect and serve in New York City, but also displays the importance of family,” Selleck said in 2024 on the show’s ending. “Working alongside these incredible actors, writers, producers, directors and crew has been a dream come true. I’m grateful to have been a part of this extraordinary group for over 275 episodes.”

You can watch this show on PlutoTV. 

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