‘The Blacklist’ Spoilers: Expect a Thrilling Return in ‘The Troll Farmer’

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
‘The Blacklist’ Spoilers: Expect a Thrilling Return in ‘The Troll Farmer’
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In just a few more days, on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 at 9:00 PM on NBC, “The Blacklist” will return once more to the small screen with an interesting and new dynamic which will permeate throughout the season thanks to the events of the second season finale. In line with this, several sneak peeks of the first episode of the season, “The Troll Farmer”, were released in order to give fans and viewers an idea of what will be happening once “The Blacklist” airs this Thursday. WARNING: This article will contain spoilers for the third season of “The Blacklist” and will contain spoilers on “The Blacklist” Season 3 Episode 1 “The Troll Farmer”. Read on to learn more about the first episode of the season.

The first sneak peek clip that was released on Spoiler TV featured FBI Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Keen (Megan Boone) and Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) talking to each other in a rather spacious looking apartment.


There, Liz confirmed the fact that she looked like her mother, based on the picture in Red’s apartment.

However, they were interrupted by a lady named Marta who entered the apartment with some dry cleaning. Red then complimented her hair, and asked for her cell phone, all the while reassuring her that they wouldn’t hurt her. However, they will lock her up in the bathroom. The pair then departed with the dry cleaning.

The next clip was released recently on Entertainment Weekly and featured an interesting chase scene.

In the clip, FBI Agent Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) confirmed that Liz used to be his partner and is now branded as a murderer and a fugitive.

Meanwhile, at the task force, while pulling up surveillance footage of the roads in order to get a hit on the vehicle that Liz and Red were using, FBI Computer Specialist Aram Mojtabai (Amir Arison) told Mossad Agent Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno) that he believes that Liz is innocent.

Inside their car, Liz and Red changed clothes and managed to escape the police barricades by stowing on a tow truck full of cars.


When they were in the clear, they got out of the van, dressed as police officers and entered another car, which was now disguised as an official police car.

Also, during the duration of the clip, Red told Liz that they would not attempt to get out of the city, as the FBI would be expecting them to do so.

The next two clips released on Spoiler TV featured the pair wearing police uniforms and being escorted by an associate of Red’s into his restaurant.

However, much to their surprise, the owner’s sister was there, but the owner promised that she wouldn’t tell anyone. However, the sister ended up calling the FBI, which made Red terminate his relationship with the restaurant owner, and told the sister that she was going to have to get the FBI to leave, or else.

Spoiler TV  also released several official photos of the first episode, where it was plain to see that while Ressler was determined to catch Liz and put her away as a criminal, Aram, and Samar, although they still did their jobs and helped him, weren’t as eager as him to catch Liz and Red.

Are you excited for the third season of “The Blacklist”? How long do you think Ressler will feel that way towards his former partner? Let us know what you think and what your theories are in the comments below!

And those were the latest spoilers NBC’s “The Blacklist”. For more news, spoilers, updates and recaps on “The Blacklist” and other television shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).

Catch the season premiere of “The Blacklist” on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015, at 9:00 p.m. on NBC.

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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.