Blacklist is an American crime spine-chiller series on NBC featuring James Spader and Megan Boone. The show follows Raymond “Red” Redington (played by James Spader), a criminal who was a secret witness for the FBI. In seasons five and six, he was uncovered to be an impenetrable man who had killed the real Reddington and kept his bones in a bag.
The first, second, and third seasons came in September 2013, September 2014, and October 2015. A fourth, fifth, and 6th released in September 2016, September 2017, and January 2019 after three seasons. The seventh was arrived in October 2019 and is as of now in progress, the last episode came on May 15, 2020.
Release Date For Season 8
Unfortunately, Blacklist’s eighth season doesn’t yet have an official arrival date.
Given the show’s past arrival dates, the eighth season of The Blacklist is probably going to air in September or October 2020. Notwithstanding, the 6th season disclosed in January 2019, so fans may need to hold up until January 2021 to air from the eighth season of the Blacklist.
NBC restored the police spine-chiller on Thursday, February 21, that day that the cast and group commended episode 150 of the show in New York.
True to form, the whole cast would be returning for the show restoration.
- James Spader, who plays Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington
- Megan Boone will be returning as Elizabeth Keen,
- Amir Arison as Aram Mojtabai,
- Diego Klattenhoff as Donald Ressler,
- Harry Lennix as Harold Cooper,
- Hisham Tawfiq as Dembe Zuma.
Season 7 is as yet in progress, making it hard to anticipate what will occur next season. Sony Pictures Television co-seat Chris Parnell expressed, “The Blacklist keeps on recounting to energizing and inventive stories. Hold up until you see what’s coming up for season eight. We will proceed with the narrative of Red and Liz in the eighth season.” And this affirms the content for the eighth part of The Blacklist is good to go and will be energizing and exciting indeed.