- Consider For
"...remains on the must-see list."
"Is there anything James Spader can't do?"
"It's been said countless times before, but James Spader is fantastic as Raymond Reddington. He brings such a presence to the screen..."
"...could wind up making this the best season yet."
"...a real adrenaline rush and a ton of fun!"
"The premiere episode was pulse-pounding, and every minute of it got me more excited for what's to come."- "Every cast member was at the top of their game for 'Esteban'. The direction of the episode was wonderful. The pacing of the episode was excellent. As a huge fan of the show, I have zero complaints."- "Each actor has come into their own so well, and they all carry scenes masterfully."- "How great is James Spader? I know I say that in basically every review, but it's true. Reddington just operates on another level."- "He's [James Spader] so complex and nuanced..."
"Spader always brings the intensity..."
"All of the relationships this show is founded on have been shaken up, which makes for extremely compelling television."
- Golden Globes
Feeling surprisingly unencumbered, Raymond Reddington (James Spader) is back, and in the process of rebuilding his criminal empire. His lust for life is ever-present as he lays the foundation for this new enterprise - one that he'll design with Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) by his side. Living with the reality that Red is her father, Liz finds herself torn between her role as an FBI agent and the temptation to act on her more criminal instincts. In a world where the search for Blacklisters has become a family trade, Red will undoubtedly reclaim his moniker as the "Concierge of Crime.”
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