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.
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.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Monday's season finale of The Blacklist. Read at your own risk!]
Red Reddington's past misdeeds have come back to haunt him, but it wasn't the notorious criminal who paid the ultimate price in the season finale of The Blacklist.
With a ragtag cadre of criminals loose in New York City after the prison plane crash-landed, the FBI has no other choice but to let Red (James Spader) escape so he can help track down the mysterious Berlin, the person who has been trying to destroy Red's life piece by piece. But Berlin isn't just going after Red; he also wants to make the entire task force pay. Red's warning comes too late for...
Berlin has arrived and Tom is back on the season finale of The Blacklist.
On Monday's episode, the season's mysteries converge as the hunters become the hunted and the lives of both Red (James Spader) and Liz (Megan Boone) are in jeopardy.
Will Red be able to save Liz when the enigmatic Berlin orders Tom (Ryan Eggold) to kill his "wife"? And will we finally learn Red's real connection to Lizzie?
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