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The Blacklist 3 Seasons 2014

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (433) IMDb 8.2/10

The world's most wanted criminal mysteriously turns himself in and offers to give up everyone he has ever worked with. His only condition is he will only work with a newly-minted FBI agent with whom he seemingly has no connection.

Starring:
James Spader, Megan Boone

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

One of the most-wanted fugitives in the country turns himself in - under one condition: He'll only speak with newly minted profiler Elizabeth Keen

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: 23 September 2013
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2. The Freelancer (No. 145)

Red (James Spader) offers to turn over an elusive assassin whose next target is a high-profile anti-human-trafficking activist. Liz (Megan Boone) learns a troubling secret about her comatose husband. Guest starring Isabella Rossellini and Jane Alexander.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: 30 September 2013
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3. Wujing (No. 84)

Red (James Spader) takes Liz (Megan Boone) on an undercover assignment to bring down a freelance Chinese spy who's targeting CIA agents.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 7 October 2013
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4. The Stewmaker (No. 161)

When a witness in the murder trial of a ruthless cartel boss disappears, Red (James Spader) leads Liz (Megan Boone) and Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) on a search for the Blacklist's No. 161, a gruesome hit man known as the Stewmaker.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: 14 October 2013
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5. The Courier (No. 85)

Red (James Spader) leads Liz (Megan Boone) and Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) in a hunt for a kidnap victim and his abductor - The Blacklist No. 85, a secretive criminal courier whose inability to feel pain makes him impossible to stop. Liz uncovers evidence linking Tom (Ryan Eggold) to a Russian defector's unsolved murder.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 21 October 2013
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6. Gina Zanetakos (No. 152)

Liz's (Megan Boone) search for corporate terrorist Gina Zanetakos (guest star Margarita Levieva) - Blacklist No. 152 - exposes a plot to detonate a radioactive bomb and uncovers evidence linking Tom (Ryan Eggold) to the murder of a Russian defector.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 28 October 2013
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7. Frederick Barnes (No. 47)

Red (James Spader) leads Liz (Megan Boone) in the search for a deranged chemical weapons expert who unleashed a rare but fatal disease in the Washington, DC subway.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 4 November 2013
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8. General Ludd (No. 109)

Red (James Spader) demands a deal from Cooper (Harry Lennix) before he'll agree to stop an anti-capitalist terrorist network's next deadly attack, while her dad's failing health reveals secrets in Liz's (Megan Boone) past.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 10 November 2013
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9. Anslo Garrick (No. 16), Part 1

A fearless hit man mounts a brutal assault on the FBI's black site to settle an old score with Red (James Spader).

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 25 November 2013
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10. Anslo Garrick (No. 16), Part 2

After Red (James Spader) is kidnapped, Liz's (Megan Boone) search reveals the existence of a mole whose leaks threaten to bring down the task force. Liz's questions about her past put Tom (Ryan Eggold) back in the spotlight.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 2 December 2013
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11. The Good Samaritan (No. 106)

As the hunt for a mole inside the FBI targets the Blacklist team, Liz (Megan Boone) uncovers a surprising connection between a serial killer and his victims. Red (James Spader) methodically tracks down those involved the attempt on his life.

Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 13 January 2014
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12. The Alchemist (No. 101)

As Red (James Spader) enlists activist whistleblowers in his search for the mole, Liz (Megan Boone) pursues a deranged scientist who's helped dozens of criminals escape by engineering and killing their genetic doubles.

Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 20 January 2014
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13. The Cyprus Agency (No. 64)

As Liz (Megan Boone) heads up an investigation that exposes an adoption agency's shocking secret, Red's (James Spader) pursuit of the FBI mole identifies a surprisingly new suspect.

Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 27 January 2014
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14. Madeline Pratt (No. 73)

Plans for Liz (Megan Boone) to steal an ancient statue rumored to contain some valuable espionage data pit Red (James Spader) against a respected businesswoman and former partner in crime (guest star Jennifer Ehle).

Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 24 February 2014
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15. The Judge (No. 57)

Liz's (Megan Boone) search for a crusader who exacts justice for wrongful convictions exposes a coerced confession that puts Cooper (Harry Lennix) in her crosshairs. Red (James Spader) closes in on a link between the attack on the unit's black site and Tom (Ryan Eggold). Guest starring Dianne Wiest.

Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 3 March 2014
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16. Mako Tanida (No. 83)

A revenge killing spree targets Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) and exposes an FBI agent's link to a Yakuza gangster's criminal empire. As Red (James Spader) closes in, Jolene (guest star Rachel Brosnahan) presses Tom (Ryan Eggold) for more information about Liz (Megan Boone).

Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 17 March 2014
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17. Ivan (No. 88)

A teenage hacker poses as a Blacklist cyber-terrorist and threatens to bring Washington D.C. to a halt. The investigation into Jolene's disappearance brings Liz (Megan Boone) closer to discovering Tom's (Ryan Eggold) secret.

Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 24 March 2014
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18. Milton Bobbit (No. 135)

The team targets the Undertaker, a life-insurance figure who steers ordinary people into becoming contract killers. Elsewhere, Liz (Megan Boone) and Red (James Spader) try to unearth Tom's (Ryan Eggold) secrets.

Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 31 March 2014
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19. The Pavlovich Brothers (No. 119-122)

The team targets brothers who specialize in abducting high-profile marks. Meanwhile, Liz (Megan Boone) patiently investigates the truth about Tom (Ryan Eggold).

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 21 April 2014
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20. The Kingmaker (No. 42)

A politician in Prague is framed for murder, triggering the team's effort to take down the Kingmaker, a shifty strategist who's behind the rise of powerful politicians. Meanwhile, Liz (Megan Boone) unearths a secret that Red (James Spader) has been hiding.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 28 April 2014
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21. Berlin (No. 8)

Part 1 of 2. Liz (Megan Boone) concludes that she can't trust anyone and refuses to work with Red (James Spader) after the truth about her father's death is revealed. Red seeks to make amends and delivers a case the FBI can't turn down. Elsewhere, Liz divulges information about Tom (Ryan Eggold).

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 5 May 2014
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22. Berlin (No. 8): Conclusion

The explosive ending to the two part season finale

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 12 May 2014
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Action & Adventure, Crime
Starring James Spader, Megan Boone
Supporting actors Diego Klattenhoff, Harry Lennix, Hisham Tawfiq, Ryan Eggold, Amir Arison, Mozhan Marnò, Parminder Nagra, Kody Christiansen, Susan Blommaert, Adriane Lenox, Baz, Edi Gathegi, David Strathairn, Valarie Pettiford, Reed Birney, Deborah S. Craig, Dante Nero, Jennifer Kim
Season year 2014
Network Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This is what I call great 'bubble gum tv'. It's a show that moves at breakneck speed and has plenty of intrigue to keep you watching to the end. It's not without its flaws. The plots have huge holes in them and the acting by the support actors could get you splinters. However, the whole thing is brought together by without doubt the best lead actor I have seen in any TV series. James Spader playing Red, makes The Blacklist so watchable and I would recommend this series to anyone. I can't wait for series 2.
5 stars for James Spader.
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Only way to truly describe this show is joyous. is it a believable show? No. Its a fantasy in many ways, one built on suspense rather than an absolute reality. Are there plot holes? No doubt although some of those I am sure have been left deliberately to fill in later.

The action and characters are watchable and the mystery surrounding Reddington is engaging. The criminal of the week is a way to have something in the immediate for the audience while the long play, the real plot, is happening slowly over the season and beyond.

But ultimately, what makes this show work is James Spader. His performance is wonderful to watch. His character is how I would imagine his Boston Legal character, Alan Shore, if he went completely over to the dark side rather than simply sticking his toe in it every once in a while. The character is by turns charming, sympathetic, compassionate, intelligent, ruthless, hilarious and irredeemable. That Spader is able to bring out all the facets of this character without any of the parts looking alien to the others is a testament to his acting skills.
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I still remember how much I hated James Spader's smug character in "Pretty in Pink" back in the 80's. I remember that smug, sarcastic tone of voice, that deadpan delivery, that smart a**ey way about him. No actor radiates such bemused contempt for others quite like Spader.

Shoot forward 3 decades, he hasn't changed much at all, just minus most of his hair, and a few wrinkles.

Anyway, I'm nearly through with series one now. I will be buying series two, just not wanting to pay £14 for it... This series is really good. What I like about it is that it's easy to watch. Particularly after I got through series one of The Wire, which requires your full attention, and even then, you feel as though you need to watch each episode a second time. This one, you can watch with one eye shut. It's effortless. Sometimes, its a bit silly. Sometimes, it's far too easy. But what really makes this is James Spader in the lead role.

No, it's not entirely believable that he'd turn himself in, nor is it believable that he'd demand to only work with Liz Keen, a rookie FBI agent out of nowhere. Nor is it believable that the FBI would just let him go round the world freely once he's turned himself in. But who cares. This is light entertainment, and it does the job.

Megan Boone does a decent job in her role as Liz Keen, although again a bit of a stretch that she leads every hunt tipped off by Reddington (Spader), but hey, this is Hollywood. There's also decent chemistry between her and Spader, so this works.
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OMG!! What a character Red Reddington is! James Spader almost instantly 'throws off' the round wire spec's and geeky archaeologist character of Daniel Jackson (Stargate) and brings to life a deliciously 'bad' super-criminal turned "advisor" to the FBI.From the first episode, me and my partner were hooked and "just one more episode" would turn into four more and bedtime was in the early hours of the morning!
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There's a lot to like about this series - James Spader and Megan Boone (yes, contrary to some other reviewers, I actually like her in the role), lots of action, some interesting storylines, lots of secrets and intrigue. However, there were some things that really annoyed me: the Hannibal Lecter/Clarice Starling look-alike right at the beginning, right down to the glass cage in the middle of a huge room, and Reddington coming out with things he 'shouldn't' have known about Liz for a start. And add the crime boss daddy question and you've got a nod to Rizzolli and Isles.

After just a couple of episodes it seems that Reddington is now running the FBI - or at least the special task force they've set up - and the good guys are all singing to his tune. It seems that the FBI are so inept they can't do their job without him. They didn't start asking the hard questions - where does he get his knowledge from (he's almost omniscient, knowing things about current events even when he's locked up; and you just know that if he says he doesn't know something, he's probably withholding the information for his own purposes!); why has he handed himself in and offered to work with the FBI after 20 years off the grid; what's his agenda in targeting specific people in his list? - these questions aren't being asked until at least halfway through the series, long after I'd already stopped believing in the scenario. By the time I got to the last few episodes, where some of the questions were starting to be answered, I'd lost interest and the DVDs were more like background noise than meaningful viewing. There are times when I could suspend disbelief, but altogether too many when I couldn't.

This is an okay series but I won't be bothering to go back for the next season.

I also hate the packaging - a single spindle for 6 DVDs? How is that user friendly? It's not even good for the long-term care of the DVDs.
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