I can’t believe it’s here already, but tonight is the season four finale of The Blacklist. A special 2 hour event starting at 9:00 PM with the first hour of the two part episode “Mr. Kaplan” followed by “Mr. Kaplan: Conclusion” to finish off the series. We can all rest easy knowing that The Blacklist was just renewed for a fifth season, so this isn’t the end, but it is bound to be explosive and heart breaking nonetheless.
We will finally get to see the conclusion to the war between Red and Kate, one that Red is reluctant to continue, but Kate will not stop until one of them is dead, leaving Red no choice but to defend himself and those who have helped him.
The task force is in danger of being shut down as Julian Gale is getting closer and closer to discovering the work they have been doing with Red. Red is putting one last plan into action to save the task force and keep his operation intact, we just don’t know what it is yet. Knowing Red though, it’s bound to be a crazy and dangerous yet brilliant one.
As we do before every finale, I just hope that everyone on the task force and Red’s team make it out of this unharmed. Kate is bent on destruction, and I can’t see her going down without taking someone with her, in this case, maybe even the entire task force if Red’s plan fails.
Whatever happens, it’s bound to change the task force and Red’s mission forever. Sending all of you hugs in advance! We’ve made it through three other season finales before, so we can make it through this one.
Read the Synopsis below and check out the gallery for a sneak peek at “Mr. Kaplan” and “Mr. Kaplan: Conclusion” tonight.
Facing a crippling siege on his organization, Red tracks a thief enlisted by Mr. Kaplan for a mysterious assignment. Agent Gale takes extreme measures in his investigation into the conduct of the task force.
Mr. Kaplan: Conclusion:
Red sets a risky plan in motion to save the task force. With the future of the task force in jeopardy, Liz confronts the biggest questions about her past.
The Blacklist season 4 finale airs tonight at 9/8c on NBC.