Now a fugitive on the run, Liz must figure out how to protect herself from the fallout of her actions in the explosive Season 2 finale. The Blacklist, Season 3 Wiki
1 - The Troll Farmer (No. 38)
The FBI hunts for Liz for the murder of an attorney general in the Season 3 premiere. Also: Red and Liz try to flee the city with help from a Blacklister called the Troll Farmer; and Dembe is put in a perilous situation.
2 - Marvin Gerard (No. 80)
Liz escapes to the Russian embassy as the FBI corners her and Red. Liz can trust no one but Red, who mobilizes a lawyer named Marvin Gerard to help them evade a difficult hostage situation. Meanwhile, the FBI tries to push Cooper out of the task force.
3 - Eli Matchett (No. 72)
Red and Liz head toward the Midwest in their quest to take down the Cabal and exonerate Liz. Meanwhile, Ressler, Samar and Aram discover what could become a global food crisis.
4 - The Djinn (No. 43)
Red enlists a task force to locate a woman called the Djinn, an enigmatic woman who fulfills revenge fantasies. Red and Liz believe the Djinn can lead them to the Cabal and help them exonerate Liz.
5 - Arioch Cain (No. 50)
A bounty is posted for Agent Keen, with any number of shady assassins surfacing and Red setting out to protect her.
6 - Sir Crispin Crandall (No. 86)
Red (James Spader) and Liz (Megan Boone) pursue a reclusive billionaire who’s assembling a modern day Noah’s Ark to save the world’s most brilliant minds from extinction.
7 - Zal Bin Hasaan (No. 31)
Samar's tragic past resurfaces when the team tracks an elusive international terrorist. In other developments, the FBI and the Cabal make significant strides in their search for Liz and Red, and Tom faces obstacles in his plan to exonerate Liz.
8 - Kings of the Highway (No. 108)
Red and Liz are separated when Red falls into a perilous situation. Elsewhere, Samar makes a risky choice to help Liz, and Tom and Cooper continue their quest to exonerate Liz.
9 - The Director (No. 24)
As Aram struggles to protect the imprisoned Liz, Tom and Ressler team up to keep Karakurt out of the Cabal’s hands.
10 - The Director (No. 24): Conclusion
As Liz prepares to stand trial, Red scrambles to protect her from the Cabal.
11 - Mr. Gregory Devry (No. 95)
As Liz watches from the sidelines, Red alerts the Task Force to a secret meeting of the world’s crime bosses that’s been called to punish him for cooperating with the FBI.
12 - The Vehm (No. 132)
A rare medieval device is used in a murder, prompting Red to warn the task force that a lethal vigilante group from the Middle Ages is now in operation. Meanwhile, Liz receives startling news and cautiously plans her next move.
13 - Alistair Pitt (No. 103)
Red and Liz work with the taskforce to stop a negotiator who has resurfaced to unite two rival crime families. Tom reconnects with a former flame.
14 - Lady Ambrosia (No. 77)
Red and Liz target a woman who may be kidnapping children. Meanwhile, Tom comes up against shocking consequences after his plan to help Liz goes awry.
15 - Drexel (No. 113)
The founder of an Internet start-up is killed. Red suspects a notorious killer is at work, leading the task force to a dangerous underground news source. Meanwhile, Tom faces a life-threatening situation, and Liz contemplates options for her baby.
16 - The Caretaker (No. 78)
A State Department official is killed in Beijing, leading Red and Liz to "The Caretaker," a shadowy keeper who maintains a safety-deposit vault for criminals. Also, Tom makes a risky decision, and Liz continues her quest to learn more about her mother.
17 - Mr. Solomon (No. 32)
Part 1 of 2. Thieves target a tactical nuclear weapon, so the team races to stop them and prevent a nuclear disaster. Meanwhile, a decision could alter Tom and Liz’s relationship forever.
18 - Mr. Solomon (No. 32): Conclusion
Conclusion. A team member falls into grave danger due to a tragedy, leading the task force to rely on Red and his unorthodox methods. Meanwhile, an unforeseen complication impacts Tom and Liz.
19 - Cape May
An enigmatic beauty goes on the run from unknown attackers. When she happens upon Red, she enlists his help to retaliate against her assailants.
20 - The Artax Network (No. 41)
Assailants are pursued after a loss devastates the task force, with focus turned to a mysterious group using a global satellite network. Elsewhere, Red faces a ghost from his past.
21 - Susan Hargrave (No. 18)
When Reddington links an elegant, powerful and extremely dangerous woman to the recent tragic events, the task force is forced to play a deadly cat and mouse game to stop her before she strikes again.
22 - Alexander Kirk (No. 14)
The FBI task force's hunt for revenge nears its endgame. As Reddington (James Spader) and the team close in on the mysterious arch-criminal responsible for recent tragic events, they're forced to operate outside their comfort zone -- and outside the law -- in order to take down their enemy once and for all.
23 - Alexander Kirk (No. 14): Conclusion
As Reddington and the task force close in on the person responsible for Liz's death, a shocking betrayal leaves them racing to save one of their own.
24 - A Look Ahead: Season 3
Executive Producers Jon Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath give a hint of what’s to come in season 3.
|1||The Troll Farmer (No. 38)||43:05||USD 1.99||Download|
|2||Marvin Gerard (No. 80)||43:05||USD 1.99||Download|
|3||Eli Matchett (No. 72)||43:04||USD 1.99||Download|
|4||The Djinn (No. 43)||43:03||USD 1.99||Download|
|5||Arioch Cain (No. 50)||43:05||USD 1.99||Download|
|6||Sir Crispin Crandall (No. 86)||43:05||USD 1.99||Download|
|7||Zal Bin Hasaan (No. 31)||42:59||USD 1.99||Download|
|8||Kings of the Highway (No. 108)||43:05||USD 1.99||Download|
|9||The Director (No. 24)||43:02||USD 1.99||Download|
|10||The Director (No. 24): Conclusion||43:06||USD 1.99||Download|
|11||Mr. Gregory Devry (No. 95)||43:05||USD 1.99||Download|
|12||The Vehm (No. 132)||43:04||USD 1.99||Download|
|13||Alistair Pitt (No. 103)||43:02||USD 1.99||Download|
|14||Lady Ambrosia (No. 77)||43:06||USD 1.99||Download|
|15||Drexel (No. 113)||43:01||USD 1.99||Download|
|16||The Caretaker (No. 78)||43:03||USD 1.99||Download|
|17||Mr. Solomon (No. 32)||43:06||USD 1.99||Download|
|18||Mr. Solomon (No. 32): Conclusion||43:02||USD 1.99||Download|
|19||Cape May||43:09||USD 1.99||Download|
|20||The Artax Network (No. 41)||43:00||USD 1.99||Download|
|21||Susan Hargrave (No. 18)||42:15||USD 1.99||Download|
|22||Alexander Kirk (No. 14)||43:05||USD 1.99||Download|
|23||Alexander Kirk (No. 14): Conclusion||43:03||USD 1.99||Download|
|24||A Look Ahead: Season 3||02:25||Free||Download|
It keeps u on the edge of the chair.. Awesome show ...
I love really this show and I hate when end without compassion for those faithful that keep getting each season as a gift.
I don't see how they can keep the momentum up and yet they do. Red (Spader) is like the relative that has you on edge as you wait for him to ruin Thanksgiving. What is the connection between Red and Liz? I want answers! In the mean time, I'm along for the ride from the safety of my living room.
The first season was really good, intriguing, unique and well acted. It's gone downhill with each subsequent season. This season (3) was lame, predictable (did you really believe that Liz Keen was dead, come on!) and uninteresting. I'm done with this show and won't be rejoining next season
James Spader is incredible!!!
Love everything about this show!
The Blacklist will never be topped...the actors do not seem like actors but real life characters...in real adventures...so much goes on...the twists and turn of events get better each week...I hope it stays on the air until the end of time. 😎 👍 🙃
Can 1 man, carry an entire show? Apperently. This show is intense, violent, over the top, and frequently unpredictable. Spader, is truly one of the best on Television. Watch it in order.
I like the noir tone and the intelligent script.
The authorities call Raymond Reddington a psychopath. Some of his characteristics do resemble those traits shown by card-carrying sociopaths, such as glib, superficial charm and a Machiavellian understanding of how the world works. And then, of course, there is the remorseless murders he commits after telling an historical anecdote. One never knows whether he will end his trip down memory lane with a mere sigh, or whether the point to the story will be a murder. In that sense, he is less than mundane and certainly a good host. But, despite his lack of reservations when it comes to killing those individuals who are a threat to peace and goodness, Raymond Reddington is actually just a teddy bear. He wouldn't exactly score high on the Hare Psychopathy checklist. He strikes me more of a Robbin Hood, than a Parasite. He's cleaning up the corruption associated elitist, secret societies, such as the Cabal. Many times in this show fiction is realistic and representative of real life. I can't wait for Lizz to see the burns on Raymond's back so she can see what he endured to save her. I think she is not dead. It is a fake out to get Solomon off the trail. Come on, Lizz, dead? Now? Naaaaah.
Excellent from day one and gets better every episode.
Never end this show! It's hard to find a great show!