The Pandemic Caused Major Changes in the Finale Episode of Blacklist! Check Out the Details Below

The Blacklist is working to find a unique ending to its finale, and we all are looking forward to it. Since the last episode was in the middle of production when the pandemic hit. After the pandemic, all Entertainment industry was made to stop working and go on to hold. Therefore, the episode which audience will see would have incorporated part of the live-action shot as the retro times. NBC, on Tuesday, announced the title of episode 19, which is “The Kananjian Brother.” This episode will include scenes shot as “Motion comic” style, and the live-action scenes were already shot.

All the actors will give their recorded voices according to each scene.

The actors such as James Spader, Diego Klattehoff, Amir Arison, Megan Boon, Hisham Tawfiq, and Harry Lennix are part of this upcoming episode. The log-line of the episode reads as the task force is investigating for an accountant who is working for some lucrative criminals, in order to find the violent brothers hired to his protection. Now Liz must make a decision about how to get things done.

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The production team of “the blacklist,” including Len Goldstein, asked themselves the question “what the characters of their series would do in such conditions?” The answer is “all of them would find a way to get through this and stand up together for justice.” And all the cast members are doing the same thing by doing so. The producers stated their motive as what would the ending of the show be without all of the modern technology.

The eighth season of “The Blacklist” was renewed in February, so we will have next season for this series for sure. The finale of the seventh season would be on Television on May 15 at 8 p.m ET.