New images and a clip from The Blacklist expose that Red (James Spader) has actually gotten a hairy make over for season 10. After turning into one of the FBI’s Most Wanted, Red has actually gone far for himself as an FBI informant working to remove the world’s lawbreakers. While he initially dealt with Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) to find their suspects, after her current death, Red is more alone than ever.

In the clip and images launched by Entertainment Weekly, Red is showing that being alone is basically his default state. Check out the images below:

Sporting a new appearance that has actually left Red with long hair and a beard, the previous criminal seems on the run, as Cooper (Harry Lennix) does not appear to be mindful that Red remains in New York at all. With Red neglecting Aram, who apparently left The Blacklist after season 9, the future looks incredibly explosive for the roaming anti-hero.

How The Blacklist Season 10 Connects To The Past

Red played by James Spader in a courtroom in The Blacklist

After years of reducing scores that left the program with approximately just 4.77 million throughout season 9, the last season has actually practically gotten here. After shockingly reestablishing season 1’s Wujing (Chin Han), The Blacklist will be connected back to its roots as it puts Red in the function of the hunted crook, where he has actually just formerly been the hunter. Apparently, it’s resulted in a makeover and surges, which is all too familiar to Red.

With The Blacklist ending with season 10, the program will have the chance to appropriately conclude its long-running story. It is anticipated that there will be 22 episodes, and The Blacklist will require them all to conclude the numerous concerns that stay. The reveal still requires to describe the significance of Liz, and why Red has actually kept his identity trick for so long.

Red, Donald Ressler (Diego Klattenhoff), Dembe Zuma (Hisham Tawfiq), and Cooper will be going back to their functions in the program. Meera Malik (Parminder Nagra)’s child, Siya (Anya Banerjee), will be signing up with the cast, as she locates Red’s group and honors her mom’s memory. Everything understood about The Blacklist season 10 suggests that it will be binding loose ends, reestablishing old characters, and bringing an end to Red’s story– one method or another.

Source: EW