Megan Boone is now done with filming on The Blacklist season 5 — so what could be coming up next for Liz Keen?
If you follow The Blacklist closely, then you may have heard the name Sutton Ross already in the form of an episode title. His name is the title for the season 5 finale, one that is incredibly important for a number of different reasons.
Following the conclusion of the Mr. Kaplan story on The Blacklist last season and the discovery of the bones, CarterMatt constructed what we’ve liked to coin the Imposter Theory.
In our The Blacklist season 5 episode 19 review we detail the crazy events of “Ian Garvey: Conclusion,” one of the season’s best episodes.
What lies ahead on The Blacklist season 5 episode 20? “Ian Garvey: Conclusion” is coming up on NBC tonight and following that, we are bracing for what’s going to be a pivotal three-episode arc that could tie together a number of significant loose ends when it comes to the series.
Are you ready for Wednesday night’s new The Blacklist season 5 episode? Well, the title here is “Ian Garvey: Conclusion” and at the center of it is going to be a showdown like no other.
As we start to inch closer to The Blacklist season 5 finale on NBC, there are many different questions that we have. The status of the bones and the duffel bag is an obvious one, given that the contents of this could be the very thing that completely alters the series as we know it.
If you’re down for seeing notorious characters pop up on The Blacklist, consider this news to be more than welcome: Expect to see more of John Noble as Raleigh Sinclair.
Moving into The Blacklist season 5 episode 21 on NBC, one thing feels pretty darn clear: The duffel bag of bones is still a pretty big factor in the story at this point.
There are few stories that have us as curious on The Blacklist as the one at the center of season 5 episode 20. The title here is “Nicholas T. Moore” and it is currently set to air on Wednesday, May 2.