Megan Boone as Elizabeth Keen in the series "The Blacklist." Photo Credit: NBC

‘The Blacklist’ Episode 11 ‘The Good Samaritan Killer’ Preview (Video)


Tonight, after what felt like forever, your favorite hit NBC series The Blacklist returns from its Winter Break with an all-new episode. If you thought things were intense before, they were only just getting started.

After the events that took place during the conclusion of the Anslo Garrick storyline, things have gone upside down for Red and Liz. With Red missing, he has suddenly found himself in the crosshairs. He is on a mission on find the one who betrayed him; however, we all know that Red could never leave Liz hanging.

In tonight’s episode, a serial killer from Liz’s past, known only as the “Good Samaritan Killer,” makes his reappearance. Of course, Liz wants in on the action. Cooper allows her to join the mission knowing that Red will eventually make his presence known in order to assist Liz in a case that she takes such a personal interest in.

Here is a look at the synopsis for tonight’s episode of The Blacklist entitled “The Good Samaritan Killer.”

The entire FBI team is under investigation as internal affairs tries to find the mole. Elsewhere, Red is missing and conducts his own investigation into who betrayed him. Meanwhile, a serial killer from Liz’s past, “The Good Samaritan” strikes again. Liz is allowed to join the hunt for the killer as Cooper knows Red will likely reach out to help knowing how much this unsolved case means to Liz.”

The biggest question since The Blacklist took its leave for its Winter Break is, where is Red? Tonight, we shall find out.

Take a look at a preview for the series entitled “Where is Red?”

 

The Blacklist airs on Monday nights at 10:00 p.m. on NBC.

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  • http://modestcomplexity.blogspot.com Darci

    This was definitely Red’s best episode yet, James Spader brought his A game and was truly terrifying and also did a great job of leaving the viewer torn between whether or not to root for him or detest him, much like Walter White.

    I loved that scene Red spreads the ashes in the water of his assistant who was killed in the siege, then speaks to the man who caused the fatal leak, knowing that he will have to kill him – he was ice cold. Also loved that they used “Line of Fire” by Junip during that scene, that really added mood to everything.