The Blacklist: Redemption, Season 1

The Blacklist: Redemption, Season 1

The Blacklist: Redemption

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-02-23
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 9
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99

Description

Seeking redemption for their past transgressions, this new group solves problems governments don’t dare touch. Blacklist operative Tom Keen joins the team’s brilliant and cunning chief, Susan “Scottie” Hargrave as well as lethal assassin and Tom’s nemesis Matias Solomon as they aim to be a force for god and right dangerous wrongs. Along with highly skilled members Nez Rowan and hacker Dumont, they will undertake seemingly impossible missions – all in the hopes of repairing their damaged souls.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Leland Bray 42:12 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Kevin Jensen 43:01 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Independence, U.S.A. 42:57 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Operation Davenport 42:55 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Borealis 301 43:02 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Hostages 43:02 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 Whitehall 42:08 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Whitehall: Conclusion 42:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 The Blacklist: Redemption - First Look 01:02 Free Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Getting good!

    5
    By Hw108
    Took them a few episode to get the intrigue going.....things are starting to get really good around episode 6. Although I wish there is more crossover with the original. He Tom living in NY while Liz and Agnes are in DC? What's happening?
  • Great show!

    5
    By ienvmoi
    Love this show!
  • Don’t expect it to be The Blacklist

    3
    By CMac117
    Don’t expect it to be The Blacklist, because it’s simply not. Mainly because James Spader is the nexus of that show and none of the characters in this spinoff are capable of carrying a series like Spader does. Look at shows like the CSI and NCIS franchises … you begin to care about ALL the main characters, not just the lead. Even in The Blacklist, I cared about the supporting cast of characters. But that just isn’t happening for me in this show. As much as I want to sympathize with this Tom, it just feels weird that he’s been totally ripped out of the old show and inserted into this new 24-action-hero-shoot-em-up environment. The reason I cared about him in the first place was because of his complex relationship with Liz and Red. You just can’t ignore all that; but this show does. Plus, the underlying plot of this show seems to be an effort to mirror the ‘is Red Liz’s dad?’ arch in The Blacklist, playing on the Tom/mom dynamic. Is it working for you? It’s not for me.
  • Hope people will give it a chance!

    5
    By JonesGirl
    I hope people will give this a chance. I am loving it so far. It's not as complex as The Blacklist, but few brand new shows are. It takes time to develop the complexity and sublte intricacies (and thus the deep emotional reactions) that the original has. I remember watching The Blacklist and not being sold at first. As soon as I got a few episodes in, I was hooked. The Blacklist: Redemption is showing great promise in this area, escpecially after the last episode. I love all the actors, most notably Tom and Solomon and their interactions. They add a fantastic comic relief that I hope the writers take more advantage in the future.
  • Famke Jensen looks good, but...

    5
    By Barney Thriller
    I cannot really tell you what the first episode was about because there is a scene featuring the lovely Famke Jensen in a tight red dress -- which I have no problem with -- but the same features her adult son kinda perving on her and I just couldn't focus on any of the story it was so captivating. And hot.
  • Who is watching the BABY?

    2
    By fey 2
    Are they kidding!!!!!What a waste of time .The Blacklist is good this isn t even close......
  • Famke Janssen looks good, but...

    3
    By marousek
    I cannot really tell you what the first episode was about because there is a scene featuring the lovely Famke Janssen in a tight red dress -- which I have absolutely no problem with -- but the scene features her adult son kinda perving on her, and that's just sketchy.
  • RIP OFF! And not as good.

    2
    By 700 Pages
    "Season Pass" makes the average buyer think they are getting AT LEAST 13 episodes (if not more) when anyone familiar with the production knows there's only 8 weeks of shows. The first eposide was good, but not as great as the original Black List show (there's no Raymond Reddington) and then to over charge, too?! Not fair.
  • Looking forward to

    5
    By HH-65a
    NBC finally made a great show, keep it up.
  • $20 for 8 episodes seems—pricy!

    3
    By Jay Schufman
    I luv The Blacklist, and was looking forward to the spin-off. (8 episodes) X (season discount $2 per ep) = $16; not $20! I am (or would be) buying/paying for the season, not scarfing or hacking or illegally downloading the vids. Come on, NBC! Nothing like scamming your own fans and supporters! Guess I'll watch the 480p version on my iPad, and airplay it to my Apple TV for free…!

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