The Blacklist season 7 premiere is going to arrive on NBC Friday night! There will be a lot of interesting stuff to expect, and much of it will be serious. After all, Katarina Rostova is entering the picture, Reddington is missing, and it’s going to be up to Liz Keen, the Task Force, and then Dembe to try and locate everyone and figure out what they want to do from there.
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Yet, in the midst of all that serious stuff, there is going to be room for a little bit of lighthearted content, as well — or at least stuff that matters to Liz on a slightly different level. In the video below, you can check out Megan Boone’s character doing her best to take on a different sort of issue: Trying to find the right person to look after Agnes. She brought her daughter home at the end of last season, thinking that this was going to be an opportunity to rebuild something that she lost. She also thought it would be safe enough for her to return to her world. That may not have been the case, but it doesn’t seem like she wants to turn back on the plan now.
The problem that she is running into, and the problem that she also tells Aram all about, is that it’s very hard to find honest help these days! She’s had a hard time finding a qualified nanny who doesn’t have a ton of skeletons in their closet, which leads to Aram admitting that he has also put through the ringer via dating apps — something Ressler did for him after he was struggling with Samar’s exit.
Consider all of this, in the end, to be a nice little update on where some of these characters are in their lives after the events of season 6.
What do you want to see when it comes to The Blacklist season 7?
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