New ‘The Blacklist’ Season 7 Premiere Date Officially Revealed By NBC

New ‘The Blacklist’ Season 7 Premiere Date Officially Revealed By NBC

Hey, “The Blacklist” fans. Yes, it’s true. It’s damn true. It’s time for you guys to finally learn when your favorite show will be back in action with new season 7 episodes! Thanks to NBC finally announcing it, we can officially tell you when that magic day will arrive.

Are you guys ready?! Of course you are. So, here we go. With no further ado, the brand new season 7 of The Blacklist is currently scheduled to premiere on Friday night, October 4,2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on NBC of course. So, be sure to mark down that very important date on your TV show calendars.

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Apparently, the show will be keeping its exact same night and time slot. That means you guys won’t have to switch up your schedules in any way to catch it. Just start tuning back in to NBC on October 4, 2019 like you did with season 6, and you’ll be all set.

Currently, we don’t have an episode count from NBC. So, we’ll have to wait a little longer to find out that very important information. We think its very possible that it will get another 22 episode order from NBC, but we still have to wait to be sure.

The Blacklist’s LIVE ratings and viewership numbers for season 6 were ok, but they weren’t stellar. So, if NBC gave them a shorter episode count, we wouldn’t be shocked by it. Season 6 averaged 4.003 million LIVE viewers per episode and a 0.57 ratings score for the 18-49 year old demographics.

The season 6 finale episode that aired back on May 17, 2019, brought in 4.463 million LIVE viewers and a 0.59 ratings score. That was the biggest LIVE viewing audience of the season. So, the season 6 finale episode did very well.

However, it wasn’t the highest rated show of season 6. The season 6 premiere episode 1 was actually the highest rated episode with a 0.85 ratings score.

It’s confirmed that characters: Red, Liz, Ressler, Cooper, and Dembe will be back in action for season 7. According to the folks over at ,the show might bring on a new face.

They said that Samar is confirmed to be out for season 7, and that Amar might actually replace her as an on-field agent. The show’s creator Jon Bokenkamp recently told Entertainment Weekly, “Production is considering Amar’s position in the Task Force.” If Amar does indeed become a field agent, they might bring on someone to fill Amar’s old position.

We’re also hearing speculation about Katarina’s character and what she’ll be up to, but nothing is confirmed right now. And that’s about all we have in regards to possible season 7 plans aka spoilers. However, we’re definitely sure some more details will pop up in the not-too-distant future. So, be on the lookout for that.

Alright guys. So again, the brand new season 7 is currently scheduled to debut on Friday night, October 4, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on NBC.

How do you guys feel about season 7 premiere date? Are you excited or what? Lets us know in the comments section.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “The Blacklist” report, but definitely stay tune for more.

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4 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    cannot wait for season 7 ,loved every episode of season 6 was very intriguing ,but also very entertaining has never felt like i was glued to the sofa.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I can’t wait……………………………

  3. Rosin says:

    My husband and I are anxious and thrilled that season 7 of Blacklist will soon start. We have watched all seasons,live the plot and the characters. Thankfully NBC.

  4. Pattiann says:


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