‘The Blacklist’ Spoilers: Red Likely to Return with Revenge on Mind

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By Anshu Shrivastava | December 19, 2013 6:40 PM EST

"The Blacklist" mid-season finale, "Anslo Garrick - Part 2," solved none of the mysteries, but added a couple more to the already long list. It will be a long wait for viewers to see some of the mysteries get solved.   

In the episode, Anslo Garrick caught Red because someone important wanted to have a talk with him and give him a warning. The episode did not reveal the name of that someone, but according to media reports, the character that met Red is Crowley. He is an old nemesis of Red and will be having a multiple-episode arc.   

Lukas Reiter, writer and consulting producer of "The Blacklist" said in "Beyond the Blacklist" that the meeting showed that the reason behind Red helping FBI is more complicated than probably what one anticipated, originally.

Red walked away from the FBI and Liz for a short time, perhaps to think how far his association with FBI can go and ponder over the consequences of that association. It is highly unlikely that he will be away from FBI and Liz for a long time. According to TV Guide scoop, Red will return in episode 11, with revenge on his mind. "He (Red) is determined to avenge Luli's death, taking down anyone and everyone who was involved in the raid."

It was not possible for Anslo Garrick to attack the post office, without an informer inside. There is a mole in FBI, and it looks like everyone will become a suspect -- probably Agent Ressler would be excluded from that suspect list. TV Guide reports that a familiar face will become Red's target.

The episode 11 of "The Blacklist" is scheduled to air on January 13, 2014. NBC has renewed it for season 2. The first 10 episodes of the first season, which premiered this fall, has won James Spader a Golden Globe nomination for best leading actor in a drama. Spader plays the role of Red..

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