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The Blacklist, Season 1HDTV-14

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The world’s most-wanted criminal mysteriously turns himself in and offers to give up everyone he has ever worked with. His only condition is he will only work with a newly-minted FBI agent with whom he seemingly has no connection.

Customer Reviews



Good start

Reads a little Silence of the Lambs, but offered enough new material to be intriguing!

Another Show Constrained By Pilot

I don't want to say this show is stupid, it seems to have some intelligence behind its overarching story. However the pilot was just that; stupid. Desperate to set up characters and motivations in a single hour, rushing through plot in a mad attempt to set up absolutely everything. If this first episode had been broken into three or four episodes, moving slower and with much more care, I would probably be rating this five stars.

However, as is, this show gives little thought to reason or the questions; why, what, which, and how. For example, when moving an identified high profile target of kidnap, the FBI are easily fooled by a fake Hazmat truck and raided. Real FBI would have sent cars far ahead of a high risk target to vet out a safe path, and thus know that the Hazmat crew was false. But that was the quickest way to move the plot forward, so just forget about realism. And while you're at it forget about any training the main character has about psychology, because when someone she is loved is threatened at knife point she addresses the loved one and tells them repetitively that "it will be OK" instead of trying to resolve anything, which seems completely outside of her character.

As for the James Spader character, he seems about as threatening as a sign that says "I'm super threatening" on it. The show never gives reason as to why or how he is so super threatening, the show just claims him to be like a broken record. Same thing with how intelligent he is, the show just claims it.

They already set up the surprise of him being the main character's father, which is going to be as surprising as a balloon deflating. I'll be much more surprised if he isn't her father.

I'll just hope that NBC doesn't do what it does best, which is ruin good shows by trying to rush everything. I feel the corporate pressure on this show, which is probably where all the low points are coming from. I'm highly expecting this show to become much better halfway through the first season or second season, if NBC decides to let the people with talent use it.

The Blacklist, Season 1
View in iTunes $24.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Sep 23, 2013
  • CCin English for some episodes

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