‘The Blacklist’ Spoilers: A Different Kind of Manhunt To Occur; What To Expect This Coming November?

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
‘The Blacklist’ Spoilers: A Different Kind of Manhunt To Occur; What To Expect This Coming November?
Photo from the episode “Arioch Cain”. NBC Official Website/The Blacklist

Trouble and moments of high suspense and action have always been part of “The Blacklist,” but even more so now, in the upcoming November sweeps of the current season, as it seems that the stakes for the now fugitive and former FBI Special Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Keen (Megan Boone) are higher than ever. WARNING: This article will contain spoilers for the upcoming episode of “The Blacklist,” and will contain spoilers of the November sweeps episodes of the show. Read on to learn more about what will happen next to everyone’s favorite fugitive pair.

It seems as if trouble and action always seem to follow former FBI Special Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Keen (Megan Boone), regardless of whether she is in the FBI, or whether she is a fugitive on the run.


According to the promotional video on Spoiler TV, it seems that the stakes will get even higher for the former FBI agent in the upcoming episode, entitled “Arioch Cain,” as the FBI Task Force will races several bounty hunters out for former FBI Sepcial Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Keen’s  (Megan Boone) head, in a bid to get to her first. However, FBI Special Agent Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) is still out to arrest her instead of helping her escape, which she attempts to do, with the aid of Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader).

However, at a certain point, in a scene, in a private hangar with a plane ready to take off, the pair, Liz and Red, found themselves surrounded, which prompts Red to tell Liz to put her gun down.

This, however, is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the excitement that is headed the way of viewers and fans of the television series, as the November Sweeps preview of TV Line promises that more excitement and action is on its way.

In the episode after “Arioch Cain,” fans and viewers will reacquaint themselves with Red’s masterful and manipulative lawyer, Marvin Gerard (Fisher Stevens), as he and Red try to retrieve a very unusual yet important item, that will help clear Liz’s name, in the episode entitled “Sir Crispin Crandall.”

The November 12 episode, on the other hand, entitled “Zal Bin Hassan,” will take a very different direction as the episode will concentrate on Mossad Agent Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno), as some aspects of her past will be revealed, along with the revelation of her connection to Red, and why she was asked by him to join the Task Force in the first place.

It had already been established before that the two had some sort of working relationship or connection with each other, but it will only be now that will be placed out in the open.

This, of course, will lead to the fall finale entitled “Kings of the Highway,” in which the manhunt for Liz is at its peak.


During the course of the episode, Red and Liz will be both placed in a tight situation, which will lead to a very “unexpected resolution,” which will also raise up different questions that will all inform viewers and the audience as to what will be happening next when the show returns during the Winter season.

One thing that hasn’t been revealed, however, are the numbers of the Blacklisters that we will be seeing in the upcoming episodes.

How do you think the fall finale will end? Do you think that they’ll still be on the run when the Winter season begins? Do you like seeing Liz on the run, or do you think it is time for her to come back into the fold of the FBI? What about Red? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Photo Source: NBC Official Website/The Blacklist

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Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.