The Blacklist is a new show premiering on Monday, September 23 on NBC starring James Spader and Megan Boone. Spader plays a criminal mastermind that's on the FBI's Most Wanted List who casually walks into the FBI to turn himself in. He has a wealth of information about criminals that the FBI doesn't even know exist. He wants to help them, but what's his real agenda?
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"It must be good to be home again, sir."
Raymond Reddington walks nonchalantly into the FBI asks to speak to the Assistant Director, goes to the center of the room, and takes off his jacket and hat. When she realizes who he is alarms go off and guns on drawn on him as he kneels and puts his hands on his head.
It's just a mesmerizing scene to watch. It's an entrance and an introduction to a character that will be long remembered. James Spader is perfectly cast as the mysterious, criminal mastermind, Raymond "Red" Reddington.
When Red shows up at the FBI he demands to speak to Elizabeth Keen. It's her first day on the job at the FBI, but he won't talk to anyone else. She's put on the first case that he brings to the FBI.
"Kidnapping a General's Daughter"
Elizabeth is on a security detail to protect a General's daughter when it all goes wrong. The kidnappers put together an elaborate plan and are successful in kidnapping her. Elizabeth promised to find her.
In the aftermath of the kidnapping, Red helps them in the investigation to find her.
"Don't Think Like a Cop!"
Red takes control and briefs the FBI on Miroslav and the Banker. They are trying to stop a major event, but don't understand how the girl is involved.
Red tells her, "Don't think like a cop." He wants Elizabeth to make it personal and schools her on how to put the pieces together.
The Blacklist premieres on Monday, September 23 at 10 pm ET on NBC.
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