For decades, ex-government agent Raymond "Red" Reddington has been one of the globe's most wanted fugitives. But then he agreed to work with the FBI to catch his "blacklist" of mobsters, spies and international terrorists -- on the condition that he must work with profiler Elizabeth Keen. Red's true intentions -- choosing Liz, a woman with whom he seemingly has no connection -- are unclear. Does Liz have secrets of her own? Red promises to teach Liz to think like a criminal "to see the bigger picture," whether she wants to or not.
We are used to seeing James Spader deliver fun and fabulous lines, but tonight was just a non-stop cacophony of great lines and powerful acting. I thought there could have been a bit more shock and surprise from a lot of the characters at Liz being alive, but aside from that, this was a tremendously well-acted episode.I can’t wait to see how this show gets remade and reshaped as a result of tonight’s episode. For two seasons, “The Blacklist” was a police procedural with a mystery drama mixed in. This year, it dropped the procedural aspect almost completely and became a show about characters on the run. Now it feels like we may be on our way to another re-imagination of what “The Blacklist” can be. --Jason Evans, Wall Street Journal, May 19, 2016
Michael W. Watkins, Bill Roe, Andrew Mccarthy
Action, Crime, Crime Drama, Drama, Suspense
The Blacklist was one of the most popular Tv Shows that year. That Tv Show won Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama in 2014, Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama in 2015, and Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series in 2016. This was Jon Bokenkamp’s 1st Tv Show. The Blacklist was one of this most popular pieces. You can try similar series like Blindspot, Criminal Minds, and Chicago P.D..