One of NBC’s hit dramas wraps up this week when the Season 9 finale of The Blacklist airs on NBC. Will Raymond Reddington’s connections to the FBI be exposed, or can he keep his cover? Find out when Season 9, Episode 22 drops on Friday, May 27 at 9 p.m. with a live broadcast on NBC.
• You can watch The Blacklist season finale live for FREE with DirecTV Stream (free trial), with fuboTV or with on the cheap the day after it airs with Peacock streaming service ($4.95/month).
What is happening in the Season 9 finale?
In this final episode of Season 9, Reddington and Cooper face off with conflicting endgames for their mutual traitor. Elsewhere, a major secret about the task force falls into the wrong hands that could have huge implications for Red.
Fans of The Blacklist will be happy to know that the show has been renewed for a 10th season and that the show’s star and executive producer, James Spader, will return.
Who is in The Blacklist Season 9 cast?
James Spader: Raymond “Red” Reddington.
Diego Klattenhoff: Donald Ressler.
Amir Arison: Aram Mojtabai.
Hisham Tawfiq: Dembe Zuma.
Harry Lennix: Harold Cooper.
Laura Sohn: Alina Park.
Patrick Murney: The Skinner.
Valarie Pettiford: Charlene Cooper.
What: The Blacklist (Season 9, Episode 22 “Finale”)
When: Friday, May 27 at 8 p.m.
TV Channel: NBC
If you have a HDTV antennae, you can watch this show locally on channel 8.1 or 26. If you need to get one, this Gesobyte brand HDTV antennae is currently the top selling HDTV antennae product on Amazon. It goes for under $30 and ships quickly with Prime. If you already have a Prime account, you should be able to get it and be watching college football, Timbers matches, network TV and local news as soon as it arrives.
How to watch live stream online: You can watch the final episode of Season 9 of The Blacklist live for FREE with DirecTV Stream (free trial) or with fuboTV (free trial). If you don’t have or don’t want cable and want to watch another way, sign up for Peacock for free with ads (or get the premium service with no ads for $4.95/month) to watch it on demand the day after it airs live. You can also get this show live on Hulu + Live (free trial) or Sling TV (promotional offers), if you are out of free trials, or simply prefer those platforms and their pricing plans. You can also watch the show live on NBC Live if you already have cable or satellite provider login information.
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