I’ve been a James Spader fan for as long as I can remember. Recently, people may remember him from “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” or his brief-but-hilarious stint on “The Office.” My fandom reaches further back, to his turn as Daniel in “Stargate.” And further still, to watching “Sex, Lies and Videotape” in a college film studies class. It reaches all the way back to my adolescence, and loving but loathing him as the slimy Steff in “Pretty in Pink.” I knew he was in a show on NBC called “The Blacklist,” but I could never find a convenient time to park myself in front of the television and do some binge watching to catch up. But NBC has solved my problems – I can take my TV with me and watch on my computer with NBC TVEverywhere.
In the third season of the hit NBC drama “The Blacklist,” FBI Agent Elizabeth “Liz” Keen (Megan Boone, “Law & Order: Los Angeles”) is now a fugitive and on the run with criminal mastermind Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader, “The Office,” “Boston Legal”). With Assistant FBI Director Harold Cooper under investigation, a conflicted Agent Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff, “Homeland”) leads the FBI Task Force on a massive manhunt for Liz and Red – more dangerous together than apart since Liz has expert knowledge of FBI procedures and no one exceeds Red’s vast resources. As they struggle to stay one step ahead of their former colleagues and Liz immerses herself into Red’s underworld of disreputable contacts and covert operations, will the notorious list of new Blacklisters this season play a key role in their survival or their demise? Liz is on an unpredictable journey of self-discovery and all the pieces of her life, including her indefinable relationship with Tom (Ryan Eggold, “90210”), will be drastically challenged as she continues to believe Red holds all the answers.
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