The Blacklist Season 7 is a highly anticipated television series and fans are ardently waiting to know more about the plot. Since Season 6 dropped its finale on May 17, 2019, many questions have swirled up with some tending to get into speculations and rumors. However, here we will try not to entertain such buzzes and give you facts what we have accumulated so far.
For those who think The Blacklist Season 7 will end the American crime thriller television series, let us notify you that the series runners are in no hurry to end it. The series' creator, Jon Bokenkamp had given emphasis on the series' long-term prediction citing how much longer he and the executive producers, John Davis, John Eisendrath, John Fox, Joe Carnahan and James Spader would like to continue.
"We talk about it, yeah. We talk about it. Especially in a serialized show like this, where there is a mythology, we never want to stretch it. We never want to take advantage of that. And yet, at the same time, I think we really have a lot of story to tell. Going into (The Blacklist) Season 7, John and I both feel very confident that we have a lot of work yet to do. I don't think anybody's racing to the finish line," he said to TVLine.
Good news for The Blacklist fans is that the imminent Season 7 is going to have "jaw dropping moments". This has been teased by Amir Arison over Twitter recently. Amir plays the role of Aram Mojtabai in the series. This means, the series' writers will bring a sharp turn of the events.
The Blacklist Season 7 is believed to remove the curtain from Katrina-linked cliffhanger (left in Season 6). This cliffhanger has created huge questions among the viewers' minds. Katrina had taken Red taken during the completion of Season 6. No one knows where she has taken Red or the purpose of kidnapping him. The viewers are expected to get to know where he is being taken by her whom he previously met in Paris.
The good news for fans is that The Blacklist Season 7 has a confirmed release date. Stay glued to Devdiscourse to get the latest updates on the crime thriller television series.
These first two @NBCBlacklist scripts back feel like an entire season in itself!! That's how many times my draw dropped. Season 7 is gonna be something.— Amir Arison (@AmirArison) August 1, 2019