Thanks to Mr. Kaplan’s handiwork, Red’s empire is understandably decimated as the new season opens. She really has stripped him down to nothing. And oddly enough, Red’s OK with that. He sort of rolls with the punches and relishes the idea of rebuilding. Reddington loves life, the obstacles, the challenges, and he loves the idea that he gets to reinvent himself. He’s terrified that the contents of that missing suitcase may turn up and cause real problems.
The Sopranos alum Aida Turturro will recur on The Blacklist as a brilliant accountant who cuts a deal with the Feds to save her own skin, while The Americans‘ Michael Aronov will recur as a logistics expert who is on the run after being accused of embezzling
Enrique Murciano is leaving NBC’s The Blacklist after one season. The Without a Trace alum joined The Blacklist in April as obsessive FBI investigator Julian Gale, appearing in Season 4’s final four episodes, including the two-part finale.
Ryan Eggold is returning to The Blacklist, in the wake of its Redemption offshoot in which he starred opposite Famke Janssen, getting cancelled after one season.
The Blacklist returns on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 8/7c.