The Blacklist The Forecaster Trailer
The Blacklist: Season 4’s plot synopsis from NBC:
In the shocking third-season finale, former FBI agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) was discovered alive after a failed attempt to shield her new baby from further collateral damage by associating with the “Concierge of Crime” Raymond “Red” Reddington (James Spader). A mysterious man claiming to be Liz’s real father targets her, but first she must resolve the mystery of her lost childhood and reconcile her true identity with the elusive memories corrupted by Reddington. Without the truth, every day holds more danger for herself, her baby and her husband, Tom (Ryan Eggold). Meanwhile, the Task Force reels from Liz’s resurrection and friendships are fractured. Betrayed by those closest to him, Reddington’s specific moral code demands justice, all the while battling an army of new and unexpected blacklisters.
The trailer starts with Liz discovering a bizarre diorama left on her doorstep. The item depicts what appears to be a murder and is accompanied by a note that reads “Please save her”. Red warns her that the killer clearly knows where she lives and that he will continue to taunt her until he is caught. Director Cooper also cautions Liz, saying that it is important that she doesn’t underestimate the very real threat to her and her family.
For a program that is in the middle of its fourth season, the trailer manages to impress. The antagonist is unseen but still manages to be intimidating, a necessary trait in all great villains. It also manages to convey the danger that Liz is now in, something that is not easy to do after everything that the show has thrown at her so far.
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