NBC Picks Up "The Blacklist" for Full Season
(NEW YORK) -- NBC has picked up its freshman drama The Blacklist for a full season.
The show stars James Spader as a fugitive who turns himself in to the FBI and offers to help the organization capture other criminals. However, his character insists on working only with a new female profiler.
The Blacklist has averaged 12 million viewers through its first two episodes.
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