The Blacklist Season 4
The Blacklist season 4 started airing on Thursday, September 22, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S4E22 Mr. Kaplan: Conclusion
The season consists of 22 episodes. The second half premiered on Thursday, January 5, 2017.
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Plus, seeing Red give glimpses of his emotions is always fantastic. Sure, it’s fun to see him be the bad ass, but its seeing his care and concern for Liz, Agnes and the ones closest to him that truly stands out. Harold, Ressler and Aram were at least interested in helping her out. Samar felt burned by the <...> - via TV Fanatic [Sean McKenna]
This time, though, Liz overcomes her nerves just long enough to open the envelope and peek at the sheet of paper inside, which informs her — at long last — that Red is her father. Her next move: tracking Red down at his motel and admitting how angry she is that he kept this from her… before tearfully <...> - per TV Line [Rebecca Iannucci]
Additionally, all of the personality quirks or character flaws of the characters are still there. So, not only is there no death, there's no personal growth. Imagine if your best friend keeps on dating significant others that are cheap. The first time, you empathize and want to help. The second time, your sympathy may <...> - according to PopMatters [Anthony Merino]
Welcome to another season of “5 Things We Noticed About The Blacklist.” Season 3 ended with a real cliffhanger as Liz, Tom and baby Agnes were grabbed in Cuba by Liz’s father, Alexander Kirk. Meanwhile, Red was angry and frustrated because Mr. Kaplan betrayed him to help Liz fake her own death. The episode jumps <...> - per Wall Street Journal [Jason Evans]
But while the familial ties between Red and Liz may be what this series has been circling around for four seasons, it wasn’t what this finale focused on until its very final moments. That’s what’s weird about a two-parter like this. By the time you get to the end, you’ve traveled so far, you <...> - per Entertainment Weekly [Jodi Walker]