The Blacklist is back to premiere for its tenth and final season, On Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on NBC. Raymond “Red” Reddington, a former government agent, has been listed as one of the most wanted fugitives on the planet for many years. However, he later consented to assist the FBI in locating the criminals, spies, and foreign terrorists on his “blacklist” under the condition that he collaborates with profiler Elizabeth Keen. Red seems to have no connection with Liz, so it’s unclear what his true motivations were in picking her. Liz, does she have any personal secrets? Whether Liz wants to learn to think like a criminal or not, Red says she will teach her to “see the bigger picture.”

The Night Owl is the name of episode 1 of The Blacklist season 10. About six months after Wujing’s release from custody, Season 10 begins. In the meantime, Reddington reappears in Manhattan following an explosion, and we see him returning. The Task Force is investigating and believes there is a conspiracy. Only on NBC, the first episode of season 10 air at 10 p.m. ET. At 11 p.m. ET, “The Night Owl” will wrap up its approximately hour-long run. If you have terminated your cable subscription, you can still watch the episode on the platform you chose to take its place, such as fuboTV. Unfortunately, you’ll need to wait for a rerun if you can’t watch it when it airs on cable or streaming because, unlike many other shows, new series episodes do not stream the next day. This means The Blacklist will not stream on Peacock. Rather, you’ll have to linger until the episodes go to Netflix, where seasons 1-9 are presently streaming.

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