The Blacklist Season 2 Spoiler Update: Red Likely to Get a New Woman on his Team

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By Anshu Shrivastava | July 9, 2014 5:33 PM EST

Berlin is expected to be the main antagonist in "The Blacklist" Season2. However, it looks like he is not the only who will be seen doing Red hunting in the upcoming season. According to the latest spoiler buzz, a woman will be seen tracking down Red after hunting him for quite a while. This woman is reportedly going to join Red's team.

This woman is a "ruthless Mossad agent," according to TV Guide's Mega Buzz. The spoiler report says that Red learns about the real meaning of the popular proverb "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned" the hard way when this agent finds him after spending some time searching for him.

The report reveals that Red, like always, will finally get "the best of enemy." There is, however, a twist to this story-line, as things will not turn bad for this new character after Red defeats her. TV Guide hints that she is likely to join Red's team, as there is a "vacant slot" on his team.  

Red does not have many people on his team. "The Blacklist" Season 1 introduced Dembe and Luli as part of Red's team. Later, Mr Kaplan was introduced as someone who does the cleaning-up for Red to make the evidence and bloody trail disappear. In the mid-season finale of the freshman season, Red's old nemesis Anslo Garrick shot Luli to death. The new woman may take the spot vacated by Luli's death.

Meanwhie, "The Blacklist" team is heading to comic-con later this month. The fans of the show can expect to hear more details about the new season, as James Spader, who plays Red, and Jon Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath, executive producers of the show, are expected to take-up unanswered questions and preview Season 2.

"INTERCEPTED TRANSMISSION: #TheBlacklist is coming to Comic-Con Saturday, July 26 at 1:45pm in room 6A," The Blacklist's twitter account shared on July 09, 2014.

"The Blacklist" is scheduled to premiere on September 22, 2014.

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