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NBC gives their hit thriller drama The Blacklist an early season 7 renewal and have agreed to new deals with the entire cast for their returns.
Take a look behind the mysteries of The Blacklist, as we delve into the show's secrets both on and off the screen.
The big broadcast networks made several announcements in the past few days regarding renewed and canceled TV series. See them all here.
Winter is coming, but there will be plenty of new and returning TV shows to keep you warm. Here is a list of the shows you'll be watching in 2017.
NBC has ordered The Blacklist: Redemption, focusing on characters from The Blacklist played by Ryan Eggold and Famke Janssen.
American Gods enters production, Stana Katic leaves Castle, Kevin Bacon joins I Love Dick, Idris Elba joins Guerrilla, and more.
A spinoff of NBC's The Blacklist is reportedly in the works, with former X-Woman Famke Janssen eyed for a lead role.
The Blacklist makes an enthusiastic return to television with a fast-paced episode that nicely sets up the second half of the season.
The Blacklist goes on fall hiatus with an episode that underlines the perils of modern interstate travel and crossing Donald Ressler.
As it turns toward the big fall finale, The Blacklist ties up some loose threads but fails to give Liz anything to do.
The Blacklist winds up in familiar territory, focusing its energies on everything but propelling its main story forward.
The Blacklist is up to its old tricks, trying to mix a hot-button issue with its global conspiracy storyline, and the results are uneven.
The Blacklist moves further away from its procedural format and finds some success in telling a more serialized storyline.
The season 3 premiere of The Blacklist presents a more propulsive kind of show, one that puts its central premise to better use.
NBC drama The Blacklist will reportedly feature an increased focus on serialized storytelling when it returns for season 3.
In its season 2 finale, 'The Blacklist' revealed more of Elizabeth Keen's history. Is it something fans should trust, or is the show crying wolf?
Keen is made a fugitive by the Cabal, as Red strikes back against the organization in 'The Blacklist' season 2 finale: 'Tom Connolly'.
Raymond “Red” Reddington, one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives, known as “The Concierge of Crime,” mysteriously surrenders to the FBI and offers to help them catch a deadly terrorist, Rank Zamandi, with the condition that he only speaks to FBI profiler Elizabeth “Liz” Keen, who just so happens to be starting her first day on the job.