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THE BLACKLIST Season 7 Premiere Scoop

BY Jennifer Griffin

Published 3 years ago

THE BLACKLIST Season 7 Premiere Scoop

For fans of NBC's The Blacklist, the wait between seasons has been an excruciating one.

The season 6 finale, saw Red (James Spader), following Liz (Megan Boone) and Ressler's (Diego Klattenhoff) investigations into his true identity, kidnapped by Katarina Rostova (Laila Robins).

But is this mystery woman truly the Katarina Rostova we've seen in flashbacks? What does Rostova want? And just how much danger is Red in? 

Finally, with the show's return on October 4, answers to some of these questions are finally coming.

The premiere will span 2 episodes, airing on Oct. 4, and concluding on Oct. 11. We've seen both instalments a little early, thanks to our friends at NBC, and have prepped a number of teasers for you below.

As always (Or if you're just joining us this TV season) we never reveal major plot points or character developments that would spoil your enjoyment of the live episodes. However, Scoop and Spoiler articles from our magazine do dip a toe in spoilery waters, so please proceed with caution.

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Plenty of Love to Go Around

Finally, if you’re wondering what the state of Liz and Red’s relationship currently is – based on Liz’s belief Red is now not her biological father – then the opening episode is for you.

Liz will take a moment to reveal the full extent of her feelings towards Red, and what exactly he means to her.

Unfortunately he’s just not there when she says it.

 

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