The Blacklist Season 9: Release Date, Plot, and Storyline

The Blacklist season 9
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The Blacklist’ is one of the highest-rated shows on NBC. The crime series follows Raymond “Red” Reddington, a former US Navy officer who strikes a deal with the FBI after spending years as a high-profile criminal. In exchange for his freedom, he is willing to share a list of the most wanted criminals in the world and gather relevant information for the FBI. But he is particularly interested in working with Elizabeth Keen, a profiler with whom he develops a father-daughter relationship. However, the biggest mystery in the series is Red’s identity itself.

The Blacklist Season Nine: Release Date, Plot and

Storyline

– The show airs new episodes every Friday at the same time as it has for previous seasons. (NBC)

– The series features Reddington’s daughter Lizzie Keen who he was reunited after four years away from her when she joined him in his criminal life. He now wants revenge against those responsible for taking her away from him and The Blacklist team. The show will also feature the return of The Rival. And an international arms dealer who was one of Reddington’s first partners in crime

The Blacklist' Season 9: Will There Be Another Season of the NBC Show?
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– The season is set to have 22 episodes, which means it should end on a cliffhanger with most likely no closure for fans until at least 2020 when Season Ten airs.

– The series stars James Spader as Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington and Megan Boone as Elizabeth Keen after her character’s disappearance from the last few seasons following her son being kidnapped by Red himself in order to lure his daughter Lizzie out into hiding so they could be reunited.”

The Blacklist Season 9 Release Date

‘The Blacklist season 8 released on November 13, 2020, on NBC, with the season coming to an end on July 23, 2021. The eighth season consists of 22 episodes that run for 40-45 minutes each.

With regard to the ninth season, you would be happy to know what we’ve found. On January 26, 2021, NBC ordered the ninth cycle of the show. The announcement came fairly early, after only three episodes of season 8 hit the screens. This news was anticipated, given that the premiere episode of season 8 alone amassed 7.5 million viewers. Although the number of viewers has dropped over the years, the third-longest running scripted TV show on NBC is still a reliable performer and attracts an impressive number of viewers in the delayed and digital viewing. In the 2019-2020 TV season, the show was watched by about 39 million total viewers. It airs in multiple countries and has a profitable deal with Netflix. Which also makes it a solid profit generator for Sony Pictures Television Studios.

The Blacklist Season 9 Cast: Who can be in it?

All the major players are expected to return in the ninth season. This includes James Spader (Raymond “Red” Reddington), Diego Klattenhoff (Donald Ressler), Harry Lennix (Harold Cooper), Amir Arison (Aram Mojtabai), Hisham Tawfiq (Dembe Zuma), and Laura Sohn (Alina Park). Unfortunately, it has been confirmed that one of the show’s mainstays Megan Boone, will not be returning to portray Elizabeth Keen AKA Liz. Her last appearance on the show is the season 8 finale. However, we will see some new faces as the series often features numerous guest stars.

The Blacklist Season 9 Plot: What can it be About?

In season 8, Red and Liz’s relationship has seen some unexpected twists and turns. Things drastically change between the two when Red kills the woman Liz believes is her mother. As she had already warned Red, she seeks revenge for the alleged Katarina murder. Even if it means putting her life on the line. Liz becomes a wanted criminal and goes into hiding. She learns about her childhood, her parents, and why things turned out to be the way they did.

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