'The Blacklist' Season 7 Hinted As The Biggest Season Yet; Series Star Teases Details

The Blacklist Season 7
Megan Boone (Elizabeth Keen), Diego Klattenhoff (Donald Ressler), James Spader (Red) "The Blacklist" Panel at the 2013 Comic Con. (Photo: Thibault from Paris, France [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)])

Read at your own risk: This article contains major spoilers for The Blacklist Season 7.

In less than two months, The Blacklist Season 7 will finally premiere on NBC. And obviously, the fans can no longer to witness what happened or what will happen to Red after being captured by Katarina Rostova.

When the sixth season concluded its course, the fans saw how Red decided to meet with Katarina in Paris. However, things went in full shock once more when Katarina abducted Red instead after calling him in the middle of his walk.

Quite amusingly, fans of The Blacklist already know that show is always up to something. And with its surprising and brilliant twists underneath every plot twist, it seemingly appears that the fans really have no idea what will happen when the new season arrives.

But thanks to some of the series main cast, specifically, Amir Arison, who plays the role of the fan-favorite - Agent Aram Mojtabai, he teased a few details about the upcoming episodes of the show.

According to Cinema Blend, the actor hinted that The Blacklist Season 7 is something that the fans would not think of. And as it appears, it seems that he is expounding on the idea that the new season will be the biggest yet.

In his most recent "tweets," he shared that after reading the scripts of the first two episodes, he was in full shock. And all of the things that will happen made his jaw drop more than once.

This goes without saying that the seventh season will be a blast, especially for the fans. And this is in consideration of the fact that even the show's cast members were in for a treat.

He continued to share that even just the first two episodes, it already felt like a whole season is already happening. And this simply justify that The Blacklist Season 7 will drop more bombs and mind-boggling twists to its characters and storylines.

As per Cartermatt, this is not really surprising anymore considering how the show continued went on ever since its arrival on NBC in 2013. But as for the upcoming revelations, everything will make total sense once the new season arrives.

It is also worth noting that the upcoming installment will not serve as the series' endgame yet. So, certainly, the show is onto something much bigger, bolder, and better in its future episodes.

The Blacklist Season 7 will premiere on October 4, on NBC. As for its arrival on Netflix, it is highly likely that the show will be dropped on the platform in 2020.

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