“The Blacklist” star Megan Boone is leaving the NBC dramatization arrangement after eight seasons, Variety has affirmed.
Boone has played FBI profiler Elizabeth Keen on the series since it started, featuring inverse James Spader. With her exit, Spader, Harry Lennix, and Diego Klattenhoff are the only original cast members left on the show.
News on Boone’s leave comes in front of “The Blacklist” Season 8 finale. There are two scenes left in the flow season, with the following booked to air on June 16 followed by the finale on June 23.
At the hour of her leave, Boone will have showed up in more than 170 episodes of “The Blacklist.” She additionally played the role of Keen in the short-lived spinoff series “The Blacklist: Redemption.” Boone as of late showed up in the critically-acclaimed Amazon series “The Underground Railroad,” playing the part of Miss Lucy in the show’s second episode. Her different credits include “Law & Order: LA,” “Sex and the City 2,” and “Blue Bloods.”
“The Blacklist” was renewed for Season 9 back in January. Spader stars as Raymond “Red” Reddington, one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives, who helps the Bureau track down the most notorious criminals on the world.
Spader, John Eisendrath, Jon Bokenkamp, John Davis, John Fox, Lukas Reiter, Laura A. Benson, Daniel Cerone and Sean Hennen fill in as leader makers on the arrangement. Davis Entertainment produces in association with Sony Pictures Television Studios and Universal Television. Bokenkamp created the series and fills in as co-showrunner with Eisendrath.
Cutoff time was first to report Boone’s exit from the series.
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