On March 11, 2019, the seventh season of the American crime television series The Blacklist was ordered. On Friday, October 4, 2019, at 8 p.m., the season aired on NBC. The season was supposed to last 22 episodes. The show was forced to stop production due to the COVID-19 pandemic ; the season has been reduced to 19 episodes, with the season finale featuring animated segments to complete the episode.

The Blacklist Season 7

Review:

The seventh season of the Blacklist was as successful as it should have been. Liz discovered her mother, who stood across from her during the season. Liz is torn between Red and her mom over who’s telling the truth, but with Red refusing to tell her what she wants to hear, she leans more toward her mom at the end of the season as she accepts the influence. perverse that she undergoes everything. season in the season finale.

This season we learned about Ressler’s story, which included helping his brother get rid of the body of a cop who had killed their father twenty years before. And the team welcomes a new member, Aliana Park, who has a tumultuous past with Reddington.
One of the most exciting developments in this tale was the arrival of accountant Frank Merwin. Although by the end of the episode he has been captured, it seems obvious that this character is still a part of the story.

The Blacklist Season 7

The seventh season on the blacklist has shown that she is still high. The show continues to bring out the best in these characters. Week after week, episode after episode, the show continues to prove it has teeth, even though there are times when it seems like it’s running out of gas. Brilliant writing and character growth, as well as another season of outstanding performances from the cast, especially from Megan Boone, which has been particularly strong this season. For his appearance in this season’s 150th episode, Al Roker deserves an Emmy nomination.

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