The Blacklist season 10: Should you expect a two-hour premiere?

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Just like so many of you out there, we are beyond excited to see The Blacklist season 10 premiere on NBC! Unfortunately, we also know that the first episode is not coming until we get around to 2023.

So what could NBC do to make up for this? One solution feels fairly simple: They could decide to give us a two-hour premiere! That would be a great way to dive completely into the latest chapter of Raymond Reddington’s life, one that is sure to be filled with danger.

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While we would hesitate to say anything is for sure going to happen here, for us it feels fairly clear that something like this could easily transpire. If The Blacklist does end up doing a full 22-episode season as some suspect, they are either going to have to double-up some weeks or be okay with their show potentially running into late May or early June. Not every network may want to do this. There’s also a pattern established for this in season 6, where we saw a few weeks where multiple episodes did air at once.

If the show does take this particular approach, the one thing that we do hope is that these two episodes are linked in some way. The last thing that we’d want is two episodes that are completely separate from each other in terms of their purpose, leaving up with an end product that feels a little disjointed.

Should you expect a two-hour premiere for The Blacklist season 10 when it airs in the new year?

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