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The life of Raymond Reddington has never been an easy one, particularly during last week's episode. And it's only going to get worse now that the show has cast a new villain that knows Red very well.
With everything that's happening on TV these days, it can sometimes be hard for a show to get a real rise out of viewers. Well, The Blacklist had no problem doing that tonight, and actor James Spader has some words.
The Blacklist spinoff has been in the works for a couple of weeks now, and a lot of the major players have already signed on. The Blacklist actor Ryan Eggold was rumored to be among the cast members leaving the original show to head to the spinoff.
The Blacklist has a lot of intriguing and/or likable characters. As it turns out, NBC’s drama won’t be keeping all of them to itself. Instead, The Blacklist is getting an NBC spinoff, and one actor from the original show is set to co-star in the upcoming project.
When you’ve got something good going, it only makes sense to want it to last as long as possible. For almost three seasons now, The Blacklist has been one of NBC’s biggest non-spinoff hits, and so it should surprise no one that the network is going into development on a follow-up drama.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
If you’re a network that boasts one of the most popular shows on TV, you’ll probably lock down future seasons for that show without question for as long as possible. That appears to be the case with NBC and The Blacklist.
The Blacklist has always been a show that has capably balanced villains of the week with an overarching mystery that should keep viewers tuned in over the long haul. Now, heading into its third season over at NBC, the show does have plans to change up the series a bit.
Every year, network programs battle it out in the ratings, enticing young and old viewers alike. This year some original dramas and comedies duked it out against sports programs and, yes, some reality shows for the top spot
America loves television. America loves television so much that last year there were 180 original scripted shows that aired on cable alone. While cable and streaming shows have been receiving a lot of love from the awards ceremonies of late, apparently, the average American is still very much a fan of regular broadcasts.
This morning, NBC has followed the recent trend of renewing programming well before the end of the TV season. The network is also trying really hard not to be outdone. While CBS and Fox have gone and renewed a few TV shows, NBC has announced the renewal of 5 shows.
From cancer to murder, fantasy dramas and crime dramas and more and more frequently killing off popular characters. I’d like to blame Game of Thrones’ first season for explaining to audiences that no character is really safe, but is it? Without further ado, here are 10 big deaths we expect to see in 2015.
What are the most popular network TV shows of 2014? Before we get into the fact that two comedies managed to top that list, which is particularly impressive in an era where network TV comedies aren't exactly thriving on the whole, let's define "popular," because this list has some very specific terms applied to it.
The era of NBC’s Thursday night, laugh track-generated dominance is officially over. While NBC has had trouble competing with the other big networks on Thursday nights for a few years now, the channel stubbornly held on to the hopes that it could make a comedy lineup work.
Ron Perlman is an actor who gets a lot of unique opportunities. He’s the type of guy that can hop from Pacific Rim to Sons of Anarchy to Adventure Time and other diverse projects, provided the gigs fit into his schedule. Now, he’s headed to NBC’s drama The Blacklist.