While I hear The Blacklist star James Spader had renegotiated his deal early on, adding an extra year, the rest of the show's original cast members' contracts were up at the end of the current sixth season.
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The Blacklist started out as a huge hit in 2013 when it aired after The Voice, but aside from a one-night pop after the Super Bowl in Season 2, the show never retained its audience when it moved to Thursdays. In its first two weeks "The Blacklist" averaged a live+same day rating of 3.6, 10-share in adults 18-49 and 12 million viewers. That is a 119 percent jump in the demographic. The drama ranks as the 2018-2019 primetime season's top-rated "most upscale drama" among the four major networks with adults between 18-49 years old and earning $100k.
The Blacklist was created by Jon Bokenkamp, who is an executive producer along with John Davis, John Eisendrath, John Fox, Joe Carnahan and Spader. The drama also stars Megan Boone as his daughter Liz Keen. NBC just announced they've renewed the TV show for a seventh season. The cast of season six also includes Diego Klattenhoff as Donald Ressler, Amir Arison as Aram Mojtabai, Mozhan Marnò as Samar Navabi, Hisham Tawfiq as Dembe Zuma, and Harry Lennix as Harold Cooper. Today, we received good news!More news: NKorean official: Kim rethinking US talks, launch moratorium
The network made the announcement today as season six of the one-hour drama is now airing on Friday nights at 9pm ET/PT.More news: You can now use Steam Link nearly anywhere