NBC handed out an early second-season renewal to its
freshman hit “The Blacklist.”
The network has ordered a full 22-episode second season of the action procedural for the 2014-15 TV season.
“The Blacklist” ended its fall run with a bang — drawing
12.3 million viewers and a 3.5 rating in the “money” adults 18-49 demo,
its best demo rating since its September premiere.
In the series, Spader plays rogue criminal Red Reddington, who’s now
cooperating with the FBI — but only with agent Liz Keen (Megan Boone).
In viewers, “The Blacklist” grew 14 percent week-over-week.
The series is the No. 1 new show in both total viewers and adults
18-49, and set a DVR record for its Nov. 4 episode, adding more than 6
“The Blacklist” returns with new episodes on Jan. 13.