The Blacklist is one of the most popular TV shows on NBC. It’s about a man who goes by Raymond Reddington, and he has over 200 criminal identities, but his real name is unknown. He works with an FBI agent named Elizabeth Keen to help solve high-profile cases in exchange for immunity from prosecution. The show revolves around how they work together to catch criminals and what their personal relationship looks like as they both grow closer.
The Blacklist Season 8 Release Details:
NBC renewed the series for season 8 on February 20, 2020. Season 8 was released on November 13, 2020, with a count of 22 episodes in total.
The series will end on June 23, 2021. The ninth season was announced for renewal on January 26, 2021.
The Blacklist Season 8 Cast Details:
The cast of season 8 of the blacklist is as follows:
- James Spader as Raymond “Red” Reddington.
- Megan Boone as Elizabeth Keen.
- Diego Klattenhoff as Donald Ressler.
- Harry Lennix as Harold Cooper.
- Amir Arison as Aram Mojtabai.
- Laura Sohn as Alina Park.
- Hisham Tawfiq as Dembe Zuma.
The Recurring cast members inculcate Laila Robins (Katarina Rostova), Reg Rogers (Neville Townsend), Ron Raines (Dominic Wilkinson), Kecia Lewis (Esi Jackson), Deirdre Lovejoy (Cynthia Panabaker), LaChanze (Anne), and David E. Harrison (Ivan Stepanov).
The Blacklist Season 8 Story Details:
Raymond Reddington, facing his most formidable enemy yet, decides that he needs to align himself with Elizabeth Keen in order to find out what his endgame really is. He needs her mother’s infamous (and untrustworthy) Russian spy Katarina Rostova, too.
Liz must decide how far she is willing to go as well. The mutual distrust between Reddington and Keen will have devastating consequences for everyone caught in the middle, including her former team.
Liz and her team are hired to find the perpetrator of a series of bombings. Meanwhile, Liz tries to get closer with Reddington in order to learn about his plans for Katarina Rostova, while Red remains suspicious of Keen’s motives.
As she investigates more into it, she learns that the truth might be closer than ever before as this season comes full circle back to where it all began-the original bombing at FBI headquarters.
The Blacklist Season Eight Review:
I think I’m going through some sort of Zemanie cycle because when I first saw The Blacklist after its hiatus from last fall until now, I was certain there were only four episodes left in the entire show (and not just this season) because they wrapped up all three storylines neatly and quickly.
As it turns out, that might have been a good thing-just as we’re feeling confident about how things are going to end with Red being killed by Berlin or Tom setting fire to himself like he did at the end of last season.
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