“The Blacklist” fall finale managed to wrap up a particular story arc in the storyline surrounding fallen FBI Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Keen (Megan Bone) and the criminal mastermind Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) while saving several burning questions for the second half of the season. Recently, several hints and teases have been given regarding several of those answers, and a new development has just been announced with regards to the series as a whole. WARNING: This article will contain spoilers for the first and second half of the third season.
As the winter hiatus is well under way, fans of the NBC favorite, “The Blacklist,” and fans of other television shows have become worried regarding the status of their favorite shows.
Fans of “The Blacklist” need not worry any longer, as TV Line has just reported that executive producer Jon Bokenkamp, while on the podcast, “The Blacklist Exposed,” has announced that “The Blacklist” has already been renewed for a fourth season.
Bokenkamp then continued by expressing his hopes that they will still be able to continue telling more stories centering on former FBI Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Keen (Megan Boone) and Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader), as he stated that they still have a lot to explore.
The show’s first half of the third season ended well, as it managed to wrap up the storyline that focused on Red and Liz on the run, as Liz was finally placed into the custody of the FBI by none other than her former partner, FBI Agent Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff).
However, in the process, a package, which Red and Liz coined as the “care package,” which will greatly help clear Liz’s name, was also taken into custody by the FBI.
According to Entertainment Weekly’s Spoiler Room, Bokenkamp didn’t share exactly what was inside the briefcase, but told them that Ressler and the Task Force will have to work double time in order to get the “care package” back into their hands.
Another topic of interest was the surprising romantic tryst that Mossad Agent Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marno) had with Ressler before getting fired for helping Red and Liz out in the finale.
This, according to another edition of Entertainment Weekly’s Spoiler Room segment, will have ramifications that will be felt by both Ressler and Samar in the episodes to come.
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