We’ve learned that The Blacklist: Season 1 is set to make its Netflix streaming debut on Sunday, September 7th. This should give viewers enough time to catch up ahead NBC’s Season 2 premiere on September 22nd (at least if they try hard enough).
We get weekly lists of upcoming title additions from Netflix. Dates are always subject to change, but this week, The Blacklist: Season 1 is showing up for Sunday. The description is as follows:
James Spader, Megan Boone, Harry Lennix, Diego Klattenhoff, Ryan Eggold, Ilfenesh Hadera
After turning himself in to the FBI, brilliant fugitive Raymond Reddington offers to help capture other criminals, but only if the bureau plays by his rules — which include teaming with rookie profiler Elizabeth Keen.
Last week, we learned that Netflix had acquired the rights to the show in a deal that was reportedly worth $2 million per episode. There are 22 episodes in the first season.
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