After a splendid performance of the seventh season of the American crime thriller television series, The Blacklist, which was premiered on NBC on 4th October 2019, viewers are anxiously waiting for the approval of season 8.
A brief description
The Blacklist follows Raymond “Red” Reddington, and a former US Navy officer turned high-profile criminal, who voluntarily surrenders to FBI after eluding capture for decades. The Blacklist’s mixture of twist-filled scripts with a sting in tail, fast-paced direction, and brilliant performances means the show is still going as strong today as it did first hit our screens.
What’s the air date of season 8?
As the Blacklist has always come back either in September or October, the season 8 is most likely to be released in late September 2020. The trailer hasn’t been out yet and would probably be released in August. It would be fun to predict the storyline of season 8 after the release of its trailer.
Forecasting of the cast
No rewards for guessing that our beloved protagonist James Spader will return as Raymond Red Reddington. Megan Boone will be back in the role of Liz. Hisham Tawfiq is supposed to answer Dembe, Red’s close friend. Diego Klattenhoff and Henry Lennix will be back into their characters of Donald Ressler and Harold Looper, respectively. The comeback of Laila Robins is still an interesting question.
What to expect from the new season?
The Blacklist’s twist-filled plot makes it quite difficult to predict anything for the eighth season. Season 7, too, ended with a bunch of surprises, and the same are our expectations from the season 8. There might be a new triangle between Katrina, Liz, and Red. We may also get to know why Red came into Liz’s life.
There’s plenty of mystery to unveil, which will be drip-fed to fans until the final season.
Keep us bookmarked for further updates.