The Blacklist is such an incredible series that we’ve watched more than 150 chapters over seven seasons, and even so, we’re super excited about the already announced 8th. And the crazy thing is: no one has any idea how this whole story will end.
After all, is Raymond Reddington (James Spader) the father of Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) or not? Yes, we are dying to know!
Until then, see 6 series similar to The Blacklist to continue in the atmosphere of mystery!
Anyone who enjoys Raymond Reddington’s charisma and leadership will be charmed by serial killer, cult leader and fascinating Joe Carroll (Pennyworth’s James Purefoy). The only difference is that Carroll is the root villain and Reddington is more of an antihero.
The villain’s great opponent is the anguished agent Ryan Hardy, played fantastically by Kevin Bacon, who spends the three seasons of the series with an FBI task force, trying to stop Carroll’s plans, often being forced to cross the line between what’s cool and what’s right to do.
A beautiful woman appears in the middle of New York’s Times Square and comes out of a suitcase, totally naked and covered in strange tattoos. Only the opening scene was enough for us to realize that there was something different there. With her memory erased, Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) became the series’ big question mark.
In its five seasons until its closure in July 2020, Blindspot has been an authentic roller coaster of mysteries and emotions.
One of the best criminal series ever produced, Criminal Minds was so brilliant in its 15 seasons from 2005 to the beginning of this year that it is worth watching some of its episodes just to try to guess not only who committed the crime, but why.
The series shows what would happen if an explosion eliminated, in addition to the President of the United States, everyone in the Oval Office. However, with one exception: the Designated Survivor Tom Kirkman, played by Kiefer Sutherland.
The actor lives here the opposite of the protector he was in 24 hours, because he needs to be protected all the time. The series was canceled by ABC after season 2, but had a final season 3 on Netflix.
The Blacklist: Redemption
Derived from the original series, The Blacklist: Redemption premiered on February 23, 2017 and, despite the great cast, did not have a second season, ending after eight episodes.
In the story, secret agent Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold, husband of Elizabeth Keen in the original series) joins Susan “Scottie” Hargrave (the great Famke Janssen of X-Men), head of a secret mercenary organization that solves a lot of problems dangerous to the government.
The difference between Reddington and Lucifer is that Raymond looks like a demon and Mr. Morning Star is the demon. But, although both are evil (one, by the way, is Evil), it seems that it has become fashionable among evildoers to fight crime.
Lucifer, played by the charming Tom Ellis, gets bored of being Lord of Hell and decides to open a nightclub in Los Angeles. He ends up becoming a city police consultant only to be close to agent Chloe Decker (Lauren German) without knowing that it makes him, literally, vulnerable.
The series is at its peak in the first part of Season 5 on Netflix and has already been renewed for Season 6, which should be the last.