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Fargo, True Detective, The Affair and a bunch of new faces topped Thursday's Golden Globe nominations.
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Fargo led the way with five nods, including for TV movie/limited series, where it'll compete opposite True Detective, The Normal Heart, The Missing and Olive Kitteridge.
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Ron Perlman is bringing anarchy to NBC's The Blacklist. The actor has signed on to play the drama's next mega criminal when it returns on Feb. 1 behind the Super Bowl.
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Paul Reubens — the actor sometimes known as Pee-Wee Herman — joins NBC's The Blacklist for at least two episodes next month, and TV Guide Magazine has the first look at his character.
Reubens plays Mr. Vargas, a mysterious fixer for the underground criminal world. He first appears in the episode "Dr. Linus Creel," which airs on Monday, Oct. 6 at 10/9c. In the episode, Red (James Spader) warns Liz (Megan Boone) that a social-psychological experiment may be behind a series of killings at the hands of seemingly nonviolent people.
The adventures of James Spader's jaunty criminal turncoat Red Reddington continue with federal agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) digging deeper into her husband's villainous betrayals, baddie Berlin (Peter Stormare) still at large, and the rest of us wondering if — and how — Red and Lizzie are related. Here, Spader assesses the situation and (of course) dodges all spoilers concerning Season 2 of The Blacklist.
Get your daddy theories ready because The Blacklist is back to toy with every one of them.
The NBC crime drama returns for its second season Monday at 10/9c and picks up a few months after the self-styled "concierge of crime" Red Reddington (James Spader) and FBI Special Agent Liz Keen (Megan Boone) agree to continue their odd, ambiguously familial work relationship. Their main goal is take down the villainous Berlin (Peter Stormare), who is targeting Red and isn't afraid to kill off any FBI agents who are protecting him.
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Berlin's beef goes back years to when Red supposedly killed Berlin's daughter and then mailed her back to him piece by piece."
The conflict between Reddington (James Spader) and Berlin is heating up onThe Blacklist — and poor Liz (Megan Boone) is caught in the middle!
The Blacklist is full of mysteries, and its characters are the most baffling (and intriguing) ones.
When the NBC crime drama returns for its second season this fall, fans once again will delve into the murky identity of master criminal Red (James Spader). And while everyone is obsessed with whether or not he's FBI Agent Liz Keen's (Megan Boone) father, clues may be found in Liz's own character.
House of Cards alum Mozhan Marno is heading to The Blacklist as a series regular, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Mary-Louise Parker will recur on The Blacklist's second season.
The former Weeds star will appear as Naomi Highlind, a character who creatorJon Bokenkamp described at Comic-Con on Saturday as "completely tied to Reddington," according to Deadline.