The Black List
Category: TV Show Reviews
The Blacklist is a 29-episode, 2-season crime drama TV show from America, which premiered on the 23rd of September 2013 on an American commercial air radio and television network, the National Broadcasting Company. Jon Bokenkamp, an American producer and writer, has written the pilot episode of the show, whereas Joe Carnahan, an independent movie director, producer, screenwriter, and actor from America, has directed the show. John Eisendrath, Bokenkamp, and John Davis were the executive producers of the show.
On the 4th of October 2013, the NBC channel offered a back nine order, filling out the first season of the Blacklist TV show. On the 3rd of December 2013, the TV channel renewed the show for a second season, containing 22 episodes. On the 11th of May 2014, due to the breakout victory of the TV show, NBC publicized that the show will broadcast an episode in the timeslot of the popular post, Super Bowl during 2015.
The theme of the show
The leading role of the Blacklist TV show is Raymond Red Reddington, played by James Spader, an actor from America, who plays the role of an earlier government agent, who turned into a high-profile criminal, and had escaped arrest for decades. He willingly surrenders to the FBI, cooperating with the FBI on arresting a list of criminals who are almost unfeasible to catch. He persists on laboring with a recruit profiler, Elizabeth Keen, a fictional character in the show, played by Megan Boone, an American actress. The Blacklist TV show also stars Ryan Eggold, an American artist, Diego Klattenhoff, a Canadian performer, and Harry Lennix, an actor from America.
Elizabeth Keen questions the sudden interest of Reddington in her, but Reddington will only disclose that she is extremely special. After the FBI applies the information of Reddington to find a rebel, Reddington discloses that this activist is only the primary of several criminals that he will assist them neutralized. Over the line of his individual criminal livelihood, he has prepared a blacklist of international criminals who he considers are unsafe to society, most of whom are unidentified to the FBI. As the Blacklist TV show progresses, the stories of both Liz and Red unfold, with interweaves that entail other roles in the TV show.
Response to the show
The primary season of The Blacklist TV show acknowledged strong reviews from TV critics. The TV show has a score of 82% on the review aggregator website, the Rotten Tomatoes, derived from 45 reviews, with an average score of 7 out of 10. On the Metacritic, the review aggregator website, the TV show has a rating of 74 %, derived from 31 critics, generally indicating positive reviews. The Blacklist TV series has established so victorious that Netflix, a supplier of on-demand Web streaming media, has purchased the timed special rights for $2 million for each episode.
Nominations and awards
The Blacklist TV show won the 2014 Primetime Emmy award for the Exceptional Stunt Organization for a Drama Sequence, Miniseries or Film category.
The TV show won the 2014 ASCAP Film and Television Music award for the Top Television Series category.
The Blacklist TV show was nominated for the 2014 Golden Globes, USA Awards for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series category.