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Megan Boone to exit series after 8 seasons

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The Blacklist, Megan Boone, James Spader, Season 8, exit

Megan Boone is crossing her title off The Blacklist after eight seasons. Boone performs the feminine lead, Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Keen, reverse James Spader’s Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington, on the series. She’s scheduled to make her final look as a series common through the upcoming Season 8 finale.

According to Deadline, Boone has been plotting her exit for some time. In reality, she determined to go away properly earlier than The Blacklist was picked up for a ninth season. This gave the writers ample time to craft an exit that can hopefully be well-received by followers. While she’s strolling away from The Blacklist, Boone already has different initiatives within the works to concentrate on.

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During her time on The Blacklist, Boone’s Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Keen has gone from a rookie FBI agent to a prison on the run. You would possibly say that extenuating circumstances have reworked her all through the years, main her down a path towards the Dark Side. After watching ‘Red’ Reddington kill her mom, Liz made him her subsequent and first goal. However, anybody who watched The Blacklist will know that Red is a slippery type, and so their sport of cat and mouse continues.

Before Boone leaves the present, The Blacklist creator Jon Bokenkamp has teased that the present will likely be “going again to the very starting and unpack solutions to eight years price of questions.” Obviously, the writers have lots of floor to cowl. Let’s hope they’re up to the duty.

How will The Blacklist transfer ahead with out Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Keen as a key part? Who else might function a correct foil for Spader’s Reddington? I do know lots of people who nonetheless love this present, they usually’ll be dying to discover out.

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