It sure would be a shame if this was really the end of The Blacklist: Redemption. Everything came to a head in “Whitehall: Conclusion.” By the end of the episode, it is clear where allegiances lie, and we get the truth about Howard and Scottie. After Howard’s press conference, Halcyon
Now that The Blacklist: Redemption is winding to a close, tensions are running high. Scottie knows that Tom is her son, Christopher Hargrave. Tom is having trouble figuring out who to trust, and Whitehall is officially revealed. Scottie now knows that Tom is her son. She tells Tom that she
Tom is beginning to question who to trust. Howard asks for one more thing to prove that Scottie is as evil as he claims. Meanwhile, a new case takes Solomon and Tom to the air posing as flight attendants. Tom and Solomon go undercover as flight attendants when they get
The government has done it again. The CIA set up a black site in the middle of Manhattan because that sounds like a good idea. When a truck crashes into the site, five prisoners escape. Halcyon is called in to look for the prisoners and return them quietly before there
The Redemption team heads to Russia to infiltrate a secret organization. It seems that the Russians have replicated Small Town, USA to train their spies to act like Americans. But, there’s more to this town than just some old Cold War tactics. Tom and Nez find themselves as candidates in
The Blacklist: Redemption takes a personal turn in “Kevin Jensen.” Kevin is a journalist in Kurkistan. He’s arrested and charged with espionage, and the Kurkistan police believe that Kevin is a deep cover CIA agent. The US government doesn’t want to go against the Kurkistan leader because he allows the
It’s finally here. The Blacklist: Redemption premiered its pilot episode, “Leland Bray.” Tom Keen is called to duty to help bring home a CIA operative and her son. The catch? He has to work side by side with Matias Solomon, the man who almost killed his wife and unborn child.