The Blacklist Season 5
The Blacklist season 5 started airing on Wednesday, September 27, 2017. 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.
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most recent episode S5E22 Sutton Ross
The season consists of 22 episodes. The second half premiered on Wednesday, January 3, 2018.
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She won't have to worry about being unemployed if that happens, though. There will always be room for her in the family business. But we've already gone down the road of her running from the FBI, so it might turn out that the new director overlooks the Red and Liz connection. For now, Tom's got one up on Red, but how long will it last? If that flash forward at the end of the hour is any indication, he's not going to have the advantage for very long. Red wants that suitcase, and what Red wants, Red gets. <...> - per TV Fanatic [Lisa Babick]
While there's still a sense of loss for the real joy of the season premiere, it's reasonable that Red would quite quickly tire of living the way he has recently — middling hotel, disappointing transportation and underwhelming amount of influence in the global underground. He's going to push ahead, and fast, both to get back to where he was and to prove that he can do it. Unfortunately, that was only one part of the episode. Elsewhere, The Blacklist presented some decent ideas that weren't exactly executed well, or given <...> - by TV.com [Cory Barker]
Abraham’s father worked for the U.S. Mint decades ago and, while he was there, managed to steal thousands of Federal Reserve notes worth $100,000 a pop. But when he was demoted at the Mint for stealing the cash — even though no one could actually prove he did it — he minted four unique bronze pennies that served as a map to where he stored the money. (The eventually-revealed hiding spot? The exact Mint office where he once worked! It’s always the place you least suspect, folks.) Red and Abraham have the <...> - according to TV Line [Rebecca Iannucci]