Zuckerman told TV Guide that "no major changes are on the cards" for the CBS cop drama's second run.
"There's a lot of continuity [from season one]," he claimed. "I kept almost all of the old writers who are a great resource. They're good writers, and they know the characters. People really know what they're doing."
Zuckerman, who replaced series creators Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green, also dismissed suggestions that Blue Bloods will become more of a procedural drama.
"The idea is to keep the show the same balanced show, between a case of the week and Reagan family issues and family drama," he explained. "I think if anything, we might be doing a little more Reagan family stuff this year."
He added: "I want to just keep the show as good as it was last year, and try to make it a little bit better."
Blue Bloods producer Ed Zuckerman recently revealed that future episodes will see Jamie Reagan (Will Estes) investigate a mob family.
Dexter actor David Ramsey and Lie To Me's Monica Raymund will both appear in the new run, while Grammy Award-winning singers Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett will also perform a duet in the season premiere.
Blue Bloods returns to CBS on Friday, September 23.
Watch a video recap of Blue Bloods season one below: