The Blacklist: Season Five finds Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone, TV’s “Blue Bloods”) living with the reality that Red is her father, which leaves her caught between her two worlds – the FBI and the criminal underworld.
Sony Home Video is releasing The Blacklist: Season Five on Blu-ray and DVD on August 14th – with bonus features including Featurettes, Gag Reel and Audio Commentaries.
The third season premiere of The Blacklist (NBC, Thursdays, 9/8C), The Troll Farmer, picks up within minutes of the conclusion of the second season premiere, with Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington and FBI Special Agent Elizabeth Kean on the run following Kean’s killing of the Attorney-General/key Cabal member.
The season three tag line, ‘It’s good to be wanted,’ is – from an audience member’s perspective – right on the nose.
NBC’s The Blacklist returns with part one of an explosive two-parter following the Super Bowl Sunday.
Taken by the CIA, Red warns them that Luther Braxton (Ron Perlman) is about to escape. They don’t listen. (Nobody ever listens…).
For an extend sneak peek at Luther Braxton Part 1, follow the jump. Then go behind the scenes as cast members talk about the show’s super episode and transition to Thursday nights beginning February 5th.
In anticipation ofThe Blacklist’s move to Thursday nights, NBC is launching #RedOnTheRun, a scavenger hunt in 25 cities!
From February 2-5, fans will go on a scavenger hunt to find Red Reddington look-alike decoys in their city by solving the clues on the show’s social media handles. This culminates in a national tune-in-and-win sweepstakes with a $25,000 cash prize during the show’s Thursday premiere on February 5.
Fans can participate in #RedOnTheRun by following @NBCBlacklist on Twitter or liking The BlacklistFacebook page. The first three fans in each city to catch the Red decoy, wearing his signature suit and fedora hat, will be rewarded with cash prizes – $500 for 1st place, $300 for 2nd place and $200 for 3rd place.
The #RedOnTheRun scavenger hunt will visit the following cities:
Monday, February 2 – Los Angeles, Denver, Minneapolis, Boston, Hartford and Washington, DC
Tuesday, February 3 – Sacramento, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh
Wednesday, February 4 – San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Indianapolis, Baltimore, Cleveland and Tampa
Thursday, February 5 – New York, Seattle, Atlanta, Charlotte, Phoenix and Raleigh
Season one of NBC’s newest drama hit, The Blacklist, will arrive on home video on August 12th. The series, in which Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington aids the FBI in tracking criminals so good they’ve remained completely undetected – but only if deals directly with Agent Elizabeth Keen, was a surprising hit, maintaining top ratings even when accompanied by lead-in The Voice.
The Blu-Ray release, from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, will include ten new featurettes; 22 episodes of Beyond the Blacklist, and commentaries on three episodes – the Pilot, Anslo Garrick Pt. 1 and Berlin: Conclusion – with Jon Bokenkamp, John Eisendrath and Joe Carnahan. For details, follow the jump.
NBC’s The Blacklist (Mondays, 10/9C) is, to my mind, the fall’s best new drama. The titular blacklist is a list of criminals that no one has caught because no one has ever known about them. Criminal mastermind Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington turns himself in to the FBI and claims he can help bring them down on one condition – he’ll only work with profiler Elizabeth Keen who is only just about to start her first day on the job.
The Blacklist’s executive producer, John Eisendrath and Agent Keen herself, Megan Boone, recently spoke with a select group of journalists/bloggers about NBC’s much buzzed about new series.
The first teaser for NBC’s upcoming season is for the James Spader vehicle, The Blacklist.
The FBI’s most wanted criminal, Raymond Reddington (Spader) turns himself in after being in hiding for decades. He promises to divulge information leading to a list (‘It’s called the blacklist. That’s exciting!) of criminals so big and so successful that the FBI doesn’t even know they exist – but he’s only willing to talk to rookie agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone), whose first day on the job happens to be the day Reddington has turned himself in.
Check out the trailer after jump, then ask yourself if you don’t maybe see more than just a hint of a Hannibal Lector/Clarice Starling vibe building between the two of them.