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The Blacklist ended Season 5 with another shocking twist: The bones Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) had been seeking all season belonged to the real Raymond Reddington, and the criminal mastermind fans have come to know and love — the man Agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) had come to believe was her biological father — was an impostor who assumed the identity of the late naval officer (and Liz’s real father) around 30 years ago. Read More here

by Jules January 6, 2019 Comments Off on The Blacklist Boss on What’s Next for the Impostor Raymond Reddington in Season 6

The Blacklist returns for its sixth season with looming questions about who Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader) really is. With Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) armed with the knowledge that Reddington isn’t actually who he says he is (aka her real biological father) — and him blissfully unaware of that fact — the upcoming season puts Liz paces ahead of the impostor she’s begun to consider family. Read More here

by Jules January 6, 2019 Comments Off on ‘The Blacklist’ Boss Explains Why Season 6 Is a Completely ‘Unique’ Adventure

Emmy-winning Boston Legal star, James Spader, 58, resumes the role of Raymond “Red” Reddington when NBC’s The Blacklist returns for its sixth season with a two-night premiere (January 3 and 4). After a major twist in the season five finale, the audience will wonder all the more who Red really is and why he is so involved in the life of FBI agent Elizabeth Keen, played by Megan Boone. (Spoiler from season five: He’s not her father!) Going into season six, Red is still an enigma. What makes him special to play? There are so many opposites in him at any given moment. It’s a constant dance. That’s what allows for surprise within the stories and within the revelations about him. Read More here

by Jules December 29, 2018 Comments Off on James Spader on the Plot Twists in Season 6 of The Blacklist

by Jules December 8, 2018 Comments Off on ‘The Blacklist” Season 6 Trailer

This week, NBC finally did something that many of us have been wanting them to do for some time: Release the official key art for The Blacklist season 6. Read More here

by Jules December 1, 2018 Comments Off on The Blacklist season 6 key art: Making sense of the Reddington choice

NBC said a couple of weeks ago that Season 6 of The Blacklist would have a two-hour premiere, but the network said today that it will be over two nights. The thriller starring James Spader and Megan Boone now will launch a day earlier, on January 3, 2019 and continue the next night. Read More here

by Jules November 23, 2018 Comments Off on ‘The Blacklist’ Season 6 Premiere Expands To Two Nights In January

Escape, the over-the-air network reaching women 25-54 with a brand of programming anchored in stories of crime and mystery, has acquired the television rights to Law & Order and Boston Legal in two individual deals. Escape lands the first 12 seasons of Law & Order – the longest-running crime and investigation drama on American primetime television – in a multi-year licensing agreement with Universal Television. The complete series/five seasons of Boston Legal come from Twentieth Television, Inc. Read More here

by Jules November 21, 2018 Comments Off on Law & Order and Boston Legal Coming to Escape Jan. 1, 2019

The sixth season of NBC’s “The Blacklist” will premiere with a two-hour special on Friday, Jan. 4 from 8-10 p.m. ET/PT and air regularly on Fridays from 9-10 p.m. beginning Jan. 11. Read More here

by Jules November 11, 2018 Comments Off on THE BLACKLIST Moves to Friday Nights in January

NBC has set Friday, January 4, for the Season 6 premiere of The Blacklist, a special two-hour episode that will start at 8 PM. The series starring James Spader and Megan Boone will move to its previously announced regular 9 PM slot the following week. Read More here

by Jules November 11, 2018 Comments Off on The Blacklist’ Sets Season 6 Premiere Date With Two-Hour Special On NBC

With Friday the 13th being a box office behemoth in 1980, many people seem to consider this to be the high-water mark of Sean S. Cunningham’s career. And while he hasn’t ever had a film that became part of the lexicon the way that Jason and his ubiquitous hockey mask have, it would be wrong to toss aside a career that is actually quite varied. And with some perspective, who knows if one could say this about all the films that came after Friday the 13th, but The New Kids (released in 1985) is certainly a movie that deserves a much better life than it’s had. In fact, it is so well done that The New Kids deserves to rise above it’s cult classic status… if it even has that! Read More here

by Jules September 15, 2018 Comments Off on The New Kids Is a Sean S. Cunningham 80s Classic We Need to Talk About More