The Blacklist is an American crime thriller television series. Each season of The Blacklist got many reviews praising Spader’s performance specifically. Seeing this popularity, a cell game was also released by Gameloft titled The Blacklist: Conspiracy. The Blacklist Season 8 might be just around the corner.
For an eighth season, the show was renewed by NBC on February 20, 2020. But there isn’t any official date announced for Your Blacklist Season 8 as the seventh season remains running. Also, the productions have stopped. So shooting is most likely to start until 2021 or 2020. Bearing this in mind, the eighth season would drop in overdue 2021. It’s also reported that this season may not be this show’s final season.
The Blacklist is about a former U. S. Navy Officer appointed, Raymond’Red’ Reddington who turns to a high profile criminal after eluding capture for decades. He willingly surrenders to the FBI one day saying that he’s the list of most dangerous criminals in the world. He offers to assist the police with a distinctive rookie agent partner with him if Elizabeth Keen. Each episode shows among these criminals and Reddington assisting the team in tracking them.
It is quite hard to predict the plot of the season, as the seventh season of The Blacklist is moving on. Co-President of Sony Pictures Television, Chris Parnell commented:” The Blacklist has been informed exciting and imaginative stories. Wait until you see what’s in store for the eighth season.”
This clearly states the upcoming season is going to be thrilling and exciting. The continuation of Red and also Liz’s story can be seen in year eight.
The cast of the show is expected to come back for the next season. Including James Spader as Raymond’Red’ Reddington, Megan Boone as Elizabeth Keen, Diego Klattenhoff as Donald Ressler, Amir Arison as Aram Mojtabai, Hisham Tawfiq as Dembe Zuma and Harry Lennix as Harold Cooper.
The upgrade regarding the trailer for year eight has not been made. News regarding production, official dates, and trailers will be made only after this continuing crisis subsides.