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NBC's The Blacklist gets early renewal

NBC is back on The Blacklist after ordering a full 22-episode second season of its freshman drama.

The series, which debuted in the US in September, stars James Spader as a world-renowned terrorist on the FBI’s Most Wanted List who helps the government catch international criminals, but for unknown reasons. 53 more words


The Blacklist goes full season on NBC

NBC has ordered a full season of its freshman drama The Blacklist.

The broadcast network has put in a back-nine order to take the series up to 22 episodes. 109 more words


THE BLACKLIST: John Eisendrath and Megan Boone Preview the Intriguing New Spy Series (2013)

A master class criminal walks right in the front doors of the FBI and turns himself in.  In a rare twist of self-interested altruism, Red Reddington (James Spader) is offering up himself and his expertise to assist the FBI in tracking down the world’s most notorious criminals — the ones they did not even know existed.  6,507 more words

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The Blacklist goes global

The Blacklist, the forthcoming drama coming to NBC, will air in 66 countries when producer Sony Pictures Television distributes it across its global networks.

The suspense thriller starring James Spader will be available in 11 languages to more than 100 million SPT Networks viewers worldwide, airing across Asia and Poland on AXN, and on Sony Entertainment Television (SET) across Latin America and Brazil, as well as Russia and the CIS. 152 more words

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Advance Preview: NBC's The Blacklist

Red sets off a series of events in Elizabeth’s personal life, and none of them seem like they’re going to bring the young agent any joy (unless she really hates her family, her home, her life and her future. 414 more words


THE BLACKLIST: John Eisendrath Gives Inside Scoop on Season 1 (2013)

Red Reddington.  Just like the name James Spader, some names invoke an aura of mystery.  In this case, the hero of THE BLACKLIST is the world’s most wanted criminal and he has just turned himself in — but he has something different in mind than just sitting in a cell and rotting away for the next 50 years.  5,077 more words

Tiffany Vogt (author)

"Battlefield: Bad Company" to become hilarious(ly violent) TV show...

Well, this is a turn-up for the proverbial books  – Adam Sandler‘s Happy Madison production company are involved in bringing DICE & EA’s151 more words