There are many television channels that show a lot of drama with a lot of genres. One such channel or label is NBC and it has a lot of genres to entertain its viewers. They cover genres like romance, action, comedy, and even crime. When it comes to crime then they have the best version, that is, The Blacklist.
The Blacklist is an American drama. It is a crime television series drama with a lot of thrill. The first time it premiered on NBC in 2013 and it is still going on with different seasons. It has crime, action, thrill, and of course mystery. This series is created by Jon Bokenkamp and produced by Anthony Sparks. The distributor of this drama is NBC Universal Television Distributors and Sony Pictures Television. The drama has seven seasons in hand and now fans are waiting for season eight.
The release date of The Blacklist Season 8
The first season of this drama released on 23 September 2013 and ran till 12 May 2014. It had 22 episodes. It was then followed by six more seasons. The previous season released on 4 October 2019 and ran till 15 May 2019. Almost every season ended in May of every year. When it comes to season eight then we have to wait for a little bit because it seems like we are going to get it in September or October of 2020, if the problems of Corovirus Pandemic will soon over.
When it comes to the number of episodes then it has overall 152 episodes. It seems like the eight seasons will have more than 20 episodes.
The cast of The Blacklist Season 8
The cast will be the same as the earlier season. They are- James Spader as Raymond Reddington or Red, Mega Boone as Elizabeth Keen or Liz, Diego Klattenhoff as Donald Ressie, Harry Lennix as Harold Cooper, Amir Arison as Aram Mojtabai, Hisham Tawfiq as Dembe Zuma, and Laura Sohn as Alina Park.
The plot of The Blacklist Season 8
The plot or the story of season seven has not concluded yet so it is very difficult to predict or tell the plot of season eight. We have to wait for the official announcements from the makers about the plot and release date. It was said by Chris Parnell (Co-president of Sony Pictures Television) that “wait until you see what is in store for season eight“.