The spring season is just getting more exciting than ever! Here is everything we know so far about “When will The Blacklist Season 10 return to NBC?”
After a quick week’s worth break, the much-loved series is finally returning to television in a few days. The much-anticipated 6th episode, simply titled “Dr. Laken Perillos: Conclusion,” will premiere on Sunday, April 2, 2023, at the same time slot of 10/9c, followed by season 5 of the revived “Magnum P.I.” on the NBC network for its weekend broadcasting schedule.
The episode is reported to be directed by Michael Caracciolo and written by Noah Schechter. In addition to this, the official synopsis of the episode states, “When Dr. Laken Perillos resurfaces to join Wujing’s crusade against Red, a member of the Task Force is put in danger.” We would like to highlight that the network hasn’t released the promo for this episode yet.
So, take a look at the official promo for the fifth episode to recall the events that will be explored in the next one:
The Blacklist Season 10: When will the next episodes premiere?
All things come to an end in the action-packed final season, and Red has saved his best for last. Every Sunday on NBC, the new episodes of Blacklist Season 10 begin airing. They are also accessible to watch on Peacock. Take a look at the official episode guide for the upcoming episodes below:
Season 10 Episode 7: The Freelancer: Part 2 – April 9, 2023: The episode is directed by Cort Hessler and written by Sam Christopher. The official synopsis of the episode states, “The return of The Freelancer unveils a conspiracy involving a local photographer; Ressler hits a personal milestone.”
Season 10 Episode 8: The Troll Farmer, Part 2 – April 16, 2023: The episode is written by Taylor Martin. The official synopsis of the episode states, “Most-wanted fugitive Raymond “Red” Reddington agrees to work with the FBI to catch his blacklist of mobsters, spies, and international terrorists – on the condition that he must work with profiler Elizabeth Keen.”
The main cast members include James Spader as Raymond “Red” Reddington, Diego Klattenhoff as Donald Ressler, Hisham Tawfiq as Dembe Zuma, Anya Banerjee as Siya Malik, and Harry Lennix as Harold Cooper. The recurring cast includes Chin Han as Wujing and Stacy Keach as Robert Vesco.
The guest stars of this season include Amir Arison as Aram Mojtabai, Teddy Coluca as Teddy Brimley, Jonathan Holtzman as Chuck, Sami Bray as Agnes Keen, Deirdre Lovejoy as Cynthia Panabaker, Alex Brightman as Herbie Hambright, Daniel Sauli as The Freelancer, Aaron Yoo as Bo Chang / The Troll Farmer, and Rebecca Faulkenberry as Paige.
It is the first season not to star Amir Arison and Laura Sohn. This season also doesn’t star Megan Boone. The season is produced by Davis Entertainment, Universal Television, and Sony Pictures Television. John Eisendrath, John Davis, Joe Carnahan, and John Fox continue to serve as executive producers, while creator Jon Bokenkamp returned as an executive producer.
The Blacklist Season 10: A quick recap of the season so far
In its landmark 10th season, “The Blacklist,” returns as Raymond Reddington (James Spader) confronts unparalleled danger. With Reddington’s covert role as an FBI informant facing exposure, former Blacklisters will unite against him in their lethal desire for revenge – testing Red and the FBI Task Force as never before.
Take a look at the official episode guide of The Blacklist Season 10 which elaborates on the plot that has happened so far:
Episode 1: The Night Owl: The episode is directed by Cort Hessler and written by Lukas Reiter. The episode is viewed by 2.32 million US viewers, and the official synopsis states, “Six months after Wujing’s escape from custody, Reddington mysteriously resurfaces in Manhattan amidst an explosion; when a former blacklister is found at the scene, the task force begins to investigate a larger conspiracy at play.”
Episode 2: The Whaler: The episode is directed by Michael Caracciolo and written by Sean Hennen. The episode is viewed by 1.76 million US viewers, and the official synopsis states, “The Task Force works to infiltrate a high-stakes poker game tied to Wujing with the help of new team member Siya Malik; Red and Cooper have opposing tactics when Agnes is bullied at school.”
Episode 3: The Four Guns: The episode is directed by Matthew McLoota and written by Katie Bockes. The episode is viewed by 1.89 million US viewers, and the official synopsis states, “An assassination attempt on Sen. Panabaker leads the Task Force to a group of renowned pickpockets; Red sends a dangerous gift to an old friend in custody.”
Episode 4: The Hyena: The episode is directed by John Terlesky and written by Daniel Cerones. The episode is viewed by 1.72 million US viewers, and the official synopsis states, “Red attempts to secure a late financier’s fortune locked by a series of challenging clues; when a deadly assassin pursues the money, the Task Force bands together to protect the endowment’s rightful heirs.”
Episode 5: The Dockery Affair: The episode is directed by Ruben Garcia and written by T Cooper & Allison Glock-Cooper. The episode is viewed by 1.78 million US viewers, and the official synopsis states, “An investigation surrounding the murder of a judge sheds new light on an unsolved case; Red’s relationship with a trusted colleague is put in a precarious position when his cooperation with the FBI is disclosed.”
All the episodes of The Blacklist Season 10 are available to stream on NBC and Netflix, which is ideal for many international viewers. Additionally, you can also stream the series by renting or purchasing it on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu. The series is also available to watch exclusively on Peacock TV where the episodes are published after they air on the channel, based on the user’s location.
While you wait for The Blacklist Season 10 to premiere new episodes on NBC, catch up on prior episodes.