CRIM­I­NAL CATCH-UP

The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - NEWS -

IT be­gan with “Red” Red­ding­ton saun­ter­ing into FBI head­quar­ters af­ter 20 years on the run, and sur­ren­der­ing. He asked for im­mu­nity, and cut a deal to se­cretly help the FBI catch his ‘Blacklist’ of the world’s worst crim­i­nals – but only if he could work with pro­filer El­iz­a­beth Keen.

Lizzie still doesn’t know why, but be­tween them they’ve put away a lot of crim­i­nals and played an ad­dic­tive game of men­tal chess.

When we last saw them Red – ever the keeper of se­crets – had just dis­cov­ered Liz had a whop­per of her own. He thought she’d killed her ‘hus­band’ AKA spy Tom. In­stead she’d had him locked up for months. What she doesn’t know is that Tom and Red have a history.

The mid-sea­son re­turn sees Red’s luck run out when ar­rested abroad, and taken to a ‘black site’ prison which ‘of­fi­cially’ doesn’t ex­ist.

Among the in­mates is hard­man Luther Brax­ton (Ron Perl­man, above). He is a for­mi­da­ble foe – and a threat to far more peo­ple than Red.

Perl­man, last seen as vi­o­lent bikie pa­tri­arch Clay Mor­row in Sons of An­ar­chy, proves a supreme vil­lain – men­ac­ing, coolly ef­fi­cient and pre­pared to kill any­one who stands in his way.

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