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The Blacklist has been considered one of the best Crime Thrillers in the never-ending list of Netflix Crime Genre. To this extent, The Blacklist also comes in the Top 10 of the Crime Drama Thrillers of Netflix. An Unexpected Plot that will drive you crazy, scenes filled with raunchy nail-biting moments, best crime scenes with the twist of thrillers mysterious the distinctive factors that made The Blacklist is one of the best Crime Dramas Thrillers on Netflix.

There hasn’t remained any further doubt since the Positive Critic Reviews have clarified everything. Created and Written by Jon Bokenkamp, The Blacklist is the most prominent American Crime Drama Thriller premiering on NBC and later on Netflix, initially released on September 23, 2013. The Best part about the Show is James Spader’s consistent performance which is one of the factors for Positive Remarkable Critic Reviews.

The Blacklist has an IMDB rating of 8/10 and has received 91% of Rotten Tomatoes. The show is directed by Michael W. Watkins. Starring James Spader, Megan Boone, Diego Klattenhoff, Ryan Eggold, Parminder Nagra, Harry Lennix, Amir Arison, Mozhan Marnò, Hisham Tawfiq, and Laura Sohn.

The series revolves around the life of Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington, who has retired from the US Naval Intelligence and is now under the hit list of the FBI because of his track of committing serious criminal offenses. The Seriousness of Crime is to such an extent that Reddington has been ranked in the Top 10 Most Wanted Fugitives on the FBI’s List.

However, after around 20 years, Reddington unexpectedly surrenders himself to the FBI, with the agenda of helping the FBI to track down the other terrorist allies and serious criminal offenders who are currently planning something so catastrophic that could be dangerous for the whole of mankind. However, before giving any sort of information, he mentioned his two conditions before FBI Assistant Director Harold Cooper.

First, that he should be acquitted of all charges framed against him and the other that he would be working with the amateur profiler FBI Agent Elizabeth Keen.

Will There Be The Blacklist Season 9 on Netflix?

To test Reddington’s authenticity of the information, they carry out a mission, and it leads them to one of the Blacklist serial criminals. After that, Reddington and Elizabeth work together to catch all the Blacklisted Criminals one by one, preventing any harm to mankind that the criminals could have caused. But the only doubt which Cooper and Elizabeth have for Reddington is his interest in Elizabeth which progressively gets revealed in upcoming seasons.

Will there be The Blacklist Season 9? 

Will There Be The Blacklist Season 9 on Netflix?

The most obvious and disheartening news is Elizabeth Keen, played by Megan Boone, will no longer be a part of the Blacklist Team after Season 8. The Blacklist Season 8 premiered on July 20, 2021, and so far as The Blacklist Season 9 is concerned, a confirmed date is approaching. Blacklist Season 9 is set to premiere on October 21, 2021, on NBC and will include 20 episodes and be aired every week.

However, there’s a concept of Mid Season Finale, which possesses the main reason why Netflix would stream Season 9 of The Blacklist in the Spring to Summer of 2022. Up until now, no confirmed date has been announced. If in case we are awarded any other news, we’ll keep you updated.


What's New to Stream on Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, and More in October 2021

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Oct. 1
21 Jump Street*
30 Days of Night
Alien vs. Predator*
American Gangster*
Apollo 13
Back to the Future*
Back to the Future II*
Back to the Future III*
Bad Moon
The Blob*
The Blues Brothers*
The Bourne Ultimatum*
The Breakfast Club*
Bride of Chucky*
The Broken*
The Burbs*
Carlito's Way
Carlito's Way: Rise to Power
Cast Away
Cat People*
Child's Play 2*
Child's Play 3*
Coyote Ugly
Cult of Chucky*
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Curse of Chucky*
Curse of the Fly
Day of the Dead
Definitely, Maybe*
Die Hard
Die Hard with a Vengeance
Dive Olly Dive and the Octopus Rescue
Dive Olly Dive and the Pirate Treasure
Fast & Furious*
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift*
Fast Five*
The Fly
Freddy Vs. Jason
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare
Friday the 13th*
Friday the 13th - Part II*
Friday the 13th - Part V: A New Beginning*
Friday the 13th - Part VI: Jason Lives*
Friday the 13th - Part VII: The New Blood*
Friday the 13th - Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan*
The Funhouse*
Gremlins 2: The New Batch*
Half Baked
Harlem Nights
The Hills Have Eyes 2*
How High*
How Stella Got Her Groove Back
I Know What You Did Last Summer
It Follows*
Jason X*
Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda 2
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Live Free or Die Hard
The Mask*
Me You Madness*
Mercury Rising
Monster High: Boo York, Boo York
Monster High: Haunted*
Monster High: New Ghoul at School*
Monster High: Scaremester Collection #03*
My Cousin Vinny
Nanny McPhee Returns*
National Lampoon's Animal House
The Natural
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
Never Back Down*
The Omen
The People Under the Stairs*
Predator 2*
Prince of Darkness*
Problem Child
Psycho IV: The Beginning*
Reality Bites*
Return of the Fly
Runaway Bride9
Saw 2*
Saw 3*
Saw 3D*
Saw 4*
Saw 5*
Saw 6*
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark*
Seed of Chucky*
The Sixth Sense
The Skeleton Key*
Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice
Slap Shot 3: The Junior League
The Spy Who Dumped Me*
Tales from the Hood 3*
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre*
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning*
The Triumph,
Village of the Damned*
The Wedding Singer
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Chloe's Closet, Seasons 1-2
Dive Olly Dive, Season 2
Married... with Children, Seasons 1-11
Pinkfong! Songs and Stories, Season 1
Halloween Horror Nights Channel*
Universal Monsters Channel*
The Witching Hour Channel*

Oct. 2
Nitro Rallycross
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football v. Cincinnati Bearcats
Premier League - Burnley v. Norwich City
Premier League - Wolves v. Newcastle
Premier League - Brighton v. Arsenal
Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 1 (NBC)
Tales from the Hood 2

Oct. 3
Nitro Rallycross
Sunday Night Football - Tampa Bay Buccaneers v. New England Patriots
Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 6
It's Showtime at the Apollo, Season 12

Oct. 7
American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 6 (Peacock Original)*
Create the Escape, Season 1 (Peacock Original)*
Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 4 (Peacock Original)*
Frogger, Season 1, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)*
One of Us Is Lying, Season 1, Episodes 1-3 (Peacock Original)*
Premier League - Tottenham v. Aston Villa
Premier League - West Ham United v. Brentford
Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 6 (Peacock Original)*
Sunday Night Football - Tampa Bay Buccaneers v. New England Patriots

Oct. 8
The Amber Ruffin Show, Season 2, New Episode (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 9
Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 2 (NBC)

Oct. 10
Sunday Night Football - Buffalo Bills v. Kansas City Chiefs
Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 13
Dead Silence*
In Good Company*

Oct. 14
American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)*
Archibald's Next Big Thing Is Here!, Season 4 (Peacock Original)*
Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 5 (Peacock Original)*
Frogger, Season 1, Episode 8 (Peacock Original)*
The Kids Tonight Show, Season 1, Two New Episodes (Peacock Original)*
One of Us Is Lying, Season 1, Episodes 4-6 (Peacock Original)*
Real Housewives of Orange County, Season 15
Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween (Peacock Original)*
Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 15
Assault on Precinct 13*
Dark Crimes*
Good Timing with Jo Firestone (Peacock Original Comedy Special)*
Halloween Kills*
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2
Project Runway, Season 19, Episode 1 (Bravo)
The Amber Ruffin Show, Season 2, New Episode (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 16
Home Sweet Home, Season 1, Episode 1 (NBC)
Premier League - Manchester City v. Burnley
Premier League - Norwich City v. Brighton
Premier League - Southampton v. Leeds United
Premier League - Brentford v. Chelsea
Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 3 (NBC)

Oct. 17
Sunday Night Football - Seattle Seahawks vs Pittsburgh Steelers
Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 18
Premier League - Arsenal v. Crystal Palace

Oct. 21
American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 8 (Peacock Original)*
Curious George, Season 14 (Peacock Original)*
Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 6 (Peacock Original)*
Frogger, Season 1, Episode 9 (Peacock Original)*
The Girl in the Woods, Season 1 (Peacock Original)*
The Kids Tonight Show, Season 1, Two New Episodes (Peacock Original)*
One of Us Is Lying, Season 1, Episodes 7-8 (Peacock Original)*
Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 8 (Peacock Original)*
WWE Pay-Per-View Crown Jewel

Oct. 23
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football v. USC Trojans
Premier League - Chelsea v. Norwich City
Premier League - Crystal Palace v. Newcastle
Premier League - Southampton v. Burnley
Premier League - Brighton v. Manchester City
Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 4 (NBC)

Oct. 24
Premier League - Brentford v. Leicester City
Sunday Night Football - Indianapolis Colts v. San Francisco 49ers
Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 26
Below Deck, Season 9, Episode 1 (Bravo)

Oct. 27
Parientas a la Fuerza, Season 1, Episode 1 (Telemundo)

Oct. 28
All Summers End
American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 9 (Peacock Original)*
Band of Robbers
Beers of Joy
Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)*
Frogger, Season 1, Episode 10 (Peacock Original)*
Hitmen, Season 2 (Peacock Original)*
The Kids Tonight Show, Season 1, Two New Episodes (Peacock Original)*
Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 9 (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 29
The Blacklist, Season 9, Episode 1 (NBC)
Southern Charm, Season 7
The Amber Ruffin Show, Season 2, New Episode (Peacock Original)*

Oct. 30
Much Ado About Christmas*
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football v. UNC Tarheels
Premier League - Burnley v. Brentford
Premier League - Liverpool v. Brighton
Premier League - Watford v. Southampton
Premier League - Tottenham v. Manchester United

Oct. 31
Spirit Untamed
Sunday Night Football - Dallas Cowboys v. Minnesota Vikings
Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)* 

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A Walk on the Moon
Air Force One
All I Want For Christmas
Beavis And Butt-Head Do America
Biker Boyz
Boxcar Bertha
Boys And Girls
Code 46
Crimson Tide
Crocodile Dundee II
Dead of Winter
Dr. No
From Russia with Love
Get Over It
Harlem Nights
Head of State
House of Games
I Love You, Man
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Jackie Brown
Kate & Leopold
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life
License to Kill
Life Is Beautiful (La Vita E Bella)
Mad Max
Mean Creek
Minority Report
Racing with the Moon
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins
Road Trip
Rugrats Go Wild
Saving Private Ryan
Sleeping with the Enemy
Species II
Species III
Species: The Awakening
Spy Kids
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan
Star Trek III: The Search For Spock
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Sweet Land
Teen Wolf
The Crow
The Crow: City of Angels
The Crying Game
The Devil Inside
The Extreme Adventures of Super Dave
The Ghost and the Darkness
The Mask of Zorro
The Monster Squad
The Offence
The Perfect Holiday
The Queens of Comedy
The Saint
The Spy Who Loved Me
The Taking of Pelham 123
The Untouchables
Theater of Blood
Total Recall
Vampire in Brooklyn
Vigilante Force
What About Bob?

Oct. 4
Finding your Feet

Oct. 7
Rugrats: Season 1 - New episodes

Oct. 8
Madame X - Paramount+ Original Film premiere

Oct. 10
SEAL Team - Season 5 premiere
Evil - Season 2 finale

Oct. 11
G.I. Joe: Retaliation

Oct. 13
AwesomenessTV (Season 1-2)
This Is Stand-Up

Oct. 14
Guilty Party - Paramount+ Original Series premiere
Star Trek: Lower Decks - Season 2 finale

Oct. 19
Mommie Dearest

Oct. 20
See Dad Run (Season 1-3)
Tosh.0 (Season 1-10)

Oct. 25
Come Away
The Marksman

Oct. 27
100 Things to Do Before High School (Season 1)
America's Hidden Stories (Season 2)
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team (Season 14)
Jagger Eaton's Mega Life (Season 1)
Keep It Spotless (Season 1)
The Last Cowboy (Season 1)
Teen Mom 2 (Season 9)

Oct. 28
Star Trek: Prodigy - Paramount+ Original Series premiere

Oct. 29
Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin - Paramount film premiere
Unknown Dimension: The Story of Paranormal Activity

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The Blacklist: 5 Best & 5 Worst Episodes (According To IMDb)

The Blacklist isn't your average network TV procedural. This James Spader-led show is funny and its best. But it has its duds too.


The Blacklist is one of the rare network television shows that frequently transcends its channel. It also overcame its somewhat tired procedural premise. That’s because the ensemble of characters on this FBI show are very likable, and the stories eventually incorporate more intimate scenarios. The procedural element is a tough hurdle, but many of the cases are surprisingly intriguing. At its best, the series offers a balanced diet of humor, action, and heart. However, at its lowest, it can have some pretty frustrating issues. Let’s have a look at how the fans have rated all its highs and lows on IMDb. Spoilers included!

10 Worst: "The Vehm (No. 132)" - 7.5

Someone in the writer’s room took Mr. Wallace’s threat from Pulp Fiction very literally, regarding medieval torture. In this episode, a vigilante group that seems to be targeting pedophiles has killed one of Reddington’s associates. It’s very strange to combine silly elements like medieval killings with such a serious subject matter. But even worse, the case unfortunately has very little to do with the more interesting character interactions. Procedurals always run that risk, but by Season 3, this series had more or less outgrown it. Ultimately, if there were a better vehicle for the drama, this episode likely wouldn’t have been rated so low.

9 Best: "Tom Connolly (No. 11)" - 9.3

The second season's finale offered as much resolution as setup, with a refreshingly swift pace. Putting Elizabeth on the run resulted in some of the best stories on the show. It simply gets all of the characters moving around and forces them to act emotionally. The sense of urgency is palpable throughout the episode and Elizabeth’s rash murder is genuinely stunning. In retrospect, it’s reminiscent of John Wick 2, wherein Wick conducts business in the Continental. Elizabeth ends up on the run because she saw no alternative. She also recollects her memories and secures her relationship with Tom. It’s a thrilling, creative, and even daring episode.

RELATED: The Blacklist: 10 Best Characters, Ranked

8 Worst: "The Kenyon Family (No. 71)" - 7.5

This second season episode decided to delve into a predictable case about a cult. To the dismay of all fans, it doesn’t really put any kind of unique spin on the concept. Instead, the story resorts to some pretty familiar and tiresome beats. Furthermore, the culprits of the episode are a group of boys that were cast out of the cult. This show has often made the most of exaggerated villains, in a playful and fun way. But it just wasn’t able to capture that spirit this time around. Instead, the plausibility factor tests its threshold a tad too far, particularly with the manufactured kidnapping. But it features a pre-Stranger ThingsGaten Matarazzo, so that's something.

7 Best: "The Director (No. 24): Conclusion" - 9.3

The Cabal isn’t necessarily a very original concept, but the course of events ultimately transpired in a captivating way nonetheless. And even with all the resolution this episode offered, the plot still wasn’t done. Reddington helps orchestrate the Director’s kidnapping, while Tom delivers Karakurt. So finally, the plan to restore Elizabeth’s innocence is successfully completed. This story arc was one of the more effective and engrossing standouts of the show, certainly this early on. It’s exactly the showdown that was promised by the second season finale, and the pieces come together impeccably.

RELATED: The Blacklist: 10 Questions We Still Have After The Season 6 Finale

6 Worst: "Lipet's Seafood Company (No. 111)" - 7.4

This episode directly followed a striking two-part storyline about Alexander Kirk. Liz’s convoluted history, steeped in secrets, has always been a highlight of the show. The Blacklist often went back to that well too frequently, but at least it was nicely executed. But this episode felt like an about-face, at no fault of its own. The series is really effective at top speed, but when it slams on the brakes, it generally doesn’t work out. However, this episode was actually the return after a seasonal intermission. The pacing is slowed for some decent character development, like Navabi’s secret. But the case itself was an uninteresting tangent to the drama.

5 Best: "The Osterman Umbrella Company (No. 6)" - 9.3

This episode almost borrows a page from Mission Impossible's "Syndicate", with a secret world of assassins and ex-agents. But obviously, the focus of this episode is the loss of such a major character. It’s a terrific, tragic sendoff that has sincere, compelling drama instead of melodrama. That’s because it is a willing goodbye, rather than a typical death scene. Also, the episode boasts some of the best action the show has ever offered. It helps that we’re completely invested in this two-parter. Also, there is a looming sense of inevitability as Aram and Samar haphazardly flee such an oppressive force.

4 Worst: "Gaia (No. 81)" - 7.3

Season 4 was a curious outing for the show, equally dishing out some terrific highs and abysmal lows. Everything involving Kathryn was absolute gold, and “Requiem” is arguably the best drama that the show ever delivered. But this episode sticks her in a cabin for a while, and the predicament is frustrating and arguably just plain silly. But the villain was probably the episode’s largest problem. It’s an eco-terrorist, and politics don’t blend well with this sort of entertainment. Certainly these days, and certainly regarding the environment. There’s simply a profound lack of originality in this episode. This includes the romance between Aram and Samar, which doesn’t feel especially organic here. And although fans love a breezy case, episodes that briskly advance the plot generally receive higher ratings.

RELATED: The Blacklist: Most Shocking Moments From The Show, Ranked

3 Best: "Rassvet" - 9.3

Once more, we receive an elaborate history lesson full of answers, akin to “Requiem.” But this is a more intimate and complete portrayal of Katarina Rostova’s convoluted past. Understanding her relationship with the current Reddington provides the answers everyone wanted, and satisfactory context for the entire show. The casting for a young James Spader was actually superb, and the performances were terrific all around. The romance with Katarina felt very natural and was incorporated well. And yet, all of this history comes from a possibly unreliable narrator. At the very least, he could be withholding further truths. The writers understand that fans love their mysteries even more than their answers.

2 Worst: "The Major (No. 75)" - 6.9

This is the Season 2 episode that brought everything to a standstill. Perhaps it would be a particularly useful tool for newcomers that needed a recap on literally everything. Elizabeth is sent to court for questioning in a murder case. As a result, the show reflects on all the most crucial recent events. It’s a clip show, which is unusual for a serialized narrative. Fans weren’t pleased about similar concepts for the finales of Seinfeld or The X-Files. But at least those episodes had a lot to reflect on. This show was barely closing out its second season. Fans couldn’t possibly be pleased with such a non-story.

1 Best: "Ian Garvey (No. 13)" - 9.4

The mystery of the suitcase and whose remains were in it, generated a surprising amount of story. Red’s warnings never deterred Tom, and his utter determination ultimately costs him dearly. It was hard to see that character go, although there were indications that might have allowed fans to brace for it. But Tom’s death is absolutely fitting, sending him out in the only way possible — defending his loved ones against overwhelming odds. What is especially heartbreaking is that Tom’s death is so drawn out. Attempts to rescue him slowly fail, and the reveal after Liz wakes from her coma is the most dramatic possible delivery. It’s a creative, impressive, sincere piece of writing, and deserving of its crowning rank.

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Fiona Dourif

American actress and producer

Fiona Christianne Dourif (born October 30, 1981)[1] is an American actress and producer. She is known for her role as Bart Curlish in BBC America's Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency and as the young Diane Jones in Dustin Lance Black's When We Rise. She has appeared in Showtime's Shameless, in a recurring role on NBC's The Blacklist, and Nica Pierce in the 2013 horror film Curse of Chucky and its 2017 follow-up Cult of Chucky, which are part of the Child's Play franchise; she appears in these films alongside her father, Brad Dourif, who portrays the series' main antagonist, Chucky. In 2018, she was cast as Good Leader Tavis in the USA Network series The Purge.

Early life[edit]

Dourif was born in Woodstock, New York, the daughter of actor Brad Dourif and psychic Jonina (Joni) Dourif,[2][3] She has a sister, Kristina Dourif.[4][2] After college she became a segment producer for documentaries premiering on History and TLC. She began acting at 23.[3]

Acting career[edit]

In 2005, Dourif made her acting debut as Chez Ami Whore in the television series Deadwood. The following year, she was cast as Alice in the television mini-series Thief. The same year, Dourif made her debut film appearance in Little Chenier.

In 2007, Dourif appeared in the off-Broadway play Some Americans Abroad at Second Stage theater.[5] Later she was cast in the short film The Lucky One. In 2008, Dourif portrayed Becky in the indie film Garden Party and Lisa in Frank the Rat. The same year, Dourif guest starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Detective Nikki Breslin.

In 2009, Dourif starred in the film The Messenger and had a guest role on the television series Bored to Death. The following year, Dourif starred in the indie film Mafiosa and the TV movie After the Fall. Dourif subsequently portrayed Penny in Letters from the Big Man before having a recurring role as Casey in True Blood and a guest appearance on The Protector.[6]

In 2012, Dourif starred in This is Caroline and The Master. The following year, Dourif portrayed Nica Pierce in Curse of Chucky, part of the Child's Play franchise which her father, Brad Dourif, had long starred in as Chucky. The film was a cult hit.[3]

In 2014, she was cast in the indie films: Gutshot Straight, Dangerous Words from the Fearless, Precious Mettle, and Fear Clinic.[7]

In 2016–17, Dourif played the "holistic assassin" Bart Curlish in Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. The series ran for two seasons. Also in 2016, she portrayed the young Rachel Griffiths in the ABC mini-series When We Rise. She played Brie in the indie thriller Blood is Blood.[8][9]

In 2017, Dourif reprised her role as Nica Pierce in the horror film Cult of Chucky.[10][11]

In 2018, Dourif played Jennifer Reddington, long lost daughter of main character Raymond Reddington, in Season 5 of the NBC drama The Blacklist. She also recurred in the 2018 series The Purge as Good Leader Tavis, a zealous cult leader.[3]

In 2020 Dourif was cast as the villainous Rat Woman in the miniseries adaptation of Stephen King's novel The Stand.[12]

Personal life[edit]

As of September 2018, Dourif is single and lives in Los Angeles.[13]





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Article Highlights:

  • The Blacklist Season 9 promo dropped last week.
  • Aram Mojtabai is missing from the short clip.
  • Season 8 is available on Netflix now.
'The Blacklist' Season 9 promo art features a close-up of Raymond Reddington's face with the words 'someone's going to pay'.

RELATED: ‘The Blacklist’: If You’re Skeptical of Liz Keen’s Death — Here’s How Many Times Someone ‘Died’ and Came Back

The Blacklist Season 9 is coming up fast, which means we’re closer than ever to get the answers we need and deserve. The season 8 finale “Konets” left a lot of questions with the exit of star Megan Boone. Her character Liz Keen was shot and killed in the episode’s final moments, leaving many to wonder how the show could continue.

The confirmed two-year time jump means the story won’t follow Raymond Reddington (James Spader) and the task force team until much of their grieving process has ended. Hopefully, the jump allows the story to begin in action without lingering too much on the loss. Still, we have a lot of questions going into the new season. For instance, why is one character missing from the promo?

This character isn’t shown in ‘The Blacklist’ Season 9 promo

RELATED: ‘The Blacklist’ Star Harry Lennix Almost Became Priest

After much anticipation, The Blacklist Season 9 promo was released last week and it’s setting up a wild season ahead. The short clip gives a glimpse at what’s in store for Reddington without his longtime muse Liz. From its looks, a newly bald Reddington has been in hiding while the task force team is disbanded.

Former FBI Agent Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff) — who also has a new look — urges Red to fight. This in and of itself is interesting because it’s Ressler who had it in for Red for eight seasons. Also shown in the brief promo are Agent Alina Park (Laura Sohn) and FBI Director Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix) in casual clothing.

Noticeably absent is that of resident techie Aram Mojtabai (Amir Arison), who likely took Liz’s death pretty hard. The star, who also hosts the web series “Positive Peeps,” doesn’t have the season 9 premiere episode “The Skinner” listed on IMDb yet, but neither does anyone else from the cast.

This could mean a few things: Arison doesn’t appear in the premiere, his storyline is a surprise, or the clip wasn’t conducive to a good tease with Arison in it. Either way, we can’t imagine the crime drama without him.

Stream Season 8 on Netflix now

RELATED: How to Watch ‘The Blacklist’ Season 9 Premiere

Before season 9 premieres on NBC, now’s the chance to re-watch season 8 on Netflix now, which dropped Oct. 6. That means all eight seasons are ready and waiting for viewers to dive into Reddington’s story. We don’t yet know if season 9 will be the last, but we’re sure remaining showrunner John Eisendrath will do his best to tell the story series creator Jon Bokenkamp planned before his departure.

Whether you’re tuning into season 9 as a longtime loyal viewer or you’re still catching up to all that’s happened, buckle up. We think this season will be a bumpy ride, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

The Blacklist Season 9 premieres Thursday, Oct. 21 at 8:00 p.m. ET on NBC.

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