John Noble will guest-star on The Blacklist, EW has learned exclusively — and we’ve got a first look!
The Fringe alum will appear in the Wednesday, Feb. 28 episode of the NBC drama as Raleigh Sinclair III, an artisan who has made it his life’s work to provide people
Things! Just! Got! Interesting! Don’t get me wrong — watching Skeleton racing on NBC is also going to be interesting, but after the last five minutes of Wednesday’s episode, having to wait three more weeks for our next Blacklist fix might be particularly torturous. (I mean, not
Liz Keen will come closer than ever to getting the truth behind Tom’s death during Wednesday’s episode of The Blacklist.
Ahead of a two-week hiatus for the Olympics, The Blacklist is expected to drop some major clues about the show’s mythology when Liz (Megan Boone) finally meets her grandfather,
If you didn’t like when I went on a tear earlier this season about The Blacklist trivializing police brutality for the sake of dramatic flair, oh boy, are you not going to like this (and this episode doesn’t even have any redemptive elephants). You have been warned…
It’s the moment a lot of Blacklist fans have been waiting for since Tom Keen’s death: Liz will finally confront Red during Wednesday’s episode of The Blacklist.
After Tom (Ryan Eggold) died in search of the truth about Red (James Spader), Liz (Megan Boone) will point blank ask Red
After five seasons of twists, turns, and more blacklisters than we can count, The Blacklist will hit 100 episodes on Wednesday.
The NBC thriller debuted back in 2013 with a simple premise: Former U.S. Naval officer-turned-high-profile criminal Raymond Reddington (James Spader) surrenders to the FBI, offering up a list
“You know the one thing I’ve learned in all my time out here alone? Men just get in my way.” Ladies and gentlemen, Elizabeth Keen.
I didn’t know exactly what The Blacklist’s midseason premiere would bring us, but I certainly wasn’t anticipating a Lizzie bottle episode, and given
“You said that once you cross over, there are things in the darkness that can keep your heart from ever feeling the light ever again.” –Donald Ressler, quoting Raymond Reddington
So, we’re basically just down to Aram, right? Like, everyone else on the Task Force has gone full
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The Blacklist's spinoff Redemption came in with a roar and will, sadly, go out with a whimper.
NBC dropped the axe on the crime procedural on Friday (May 11), only hours after picking up its parent series The Blacklist for 22 more episodes to air next season (via Deadline).