NBC’s branded drama “Black List” – from Sony Pictures Television, Universal Television and Davis Entertainment – has been extended for the 10th season.
The current ninth season of the Black List, which airs on Friday at 8pm, has garnered 22 million viewers on linear and digital platforms and is growing by 200% compared to the average airtime + on the same day. The play is also the fourth in number of broadcasts, attracting a high-class audience.
Two years after the death of Elizabeth Keane, Raymond Redington (James Spader) and members of the FBI Task Force disbanded – their lives changed unexpectedly, and Redington’s whereabouts were unknown. Once at the crossroads, the common goal forces them to restore their original mission: to destroy dangerous, vicious and eccentric “blacklists”. In the process, they begin to uncover deadly opponents, unimaginable conspiracies and bizarre betrayals that will threaten the union and prompt revenge for the past led by the most insidious criminal of all – Raymond Redington.
NBC resumes Blacklist for season 10
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