NBC’s ‘The Blacklist’ Announces Season 8 Premiere Date!

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Blacklisters, we have good news! NBC has announced a premiere date for season 8 of The Blacklist.

Last year, the season 7 premiere date was in the middle of October, but because of production complications due to COVID-19, the date for this year has been pushed. Get your calendars ready, because season 8 will be premiering on Friday, November 13! (Friday the 13th, what could go wrong?) Filming should be starting up within the next month.

The last time we saw Liz in season 7, she was standing on the roof of a building and deciding to embrace her darkness. Without a doubt, this will definitely upset an already ill Reddington. How will this change affect Liz’s relationship with the team? Will Reddington reconsider his offer for Liz to inherit the business? We will have to wait and see!

Make sure to catch The Blacklist when it airs this fall. Don’t forget to catch up before season 8 on NBC’s streaming service Peacock, or on Netflix!

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By Kailey
Kailey has been a writer for Nerds and Beyond since 2018. She received her bachelors degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in May of 2020. Some of her favorite TV shows are The Blacklist, Supernatural, and Prodigal Son, to name a few. She also loves all things Disney! You can check her out on social media @kaileygross.
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