Trailer For ‘Blacklist,’ The Best Looking New Drama On NBC (And The Morning Links)

05.13.13 5 years ago 8 Comments

NBC released their fall schedule yesterday, and in addition to scheduling changes and what amounts to an overhaul of nearly their entire primetime schedule, we learned that James Spader’s thriller, Blacklist, received the most coveted timeslot on NBC’s schedule: Mondays at 10, right after The Voice. To get a slot like that, NBC obviously has a lot of faith in the drama, and based on the four-minute trailer, they should. It looks pretty great. The trailer seems to spoil the entire pilot episode, but I’m OK with that if the rest of the series is as good as this looks. Embed after the links.

Watch 1974′s ‘The Great Gatsby’ Recut Like 2013′s ‘Gatsby 2 The Streets’ — (UPROXX)

Vince Vaughn has outflanked us again! — (Film Drunk)

A Man With No Arms Threw Out The First Pitch In Baltimore (Like A Boss) — (With Leather)

The PBS Avengers — (Gamma Squad)

Tracy McGrady’s Top 10 Poster Dunks Just Because It’s Nice Outside — (Smoking Section)

Testing Tyrann Mathieu — (Kissing Suzy Kolber)

Put Your Damn Shirt Back On: Analyzing An Upsetting New Film Trend — (Pajiba)

2 Chainz’s Eight Lines of Dialogue on Law & Order: SVU — (Grantland)

15 Failed American Remakes Of Foreign TV Shows — (Mental Floss)

Nick Offerman Channels Miley Cyrus — (HuffPost Comedy)

8 Error Messages for the Human Body — (College Humor)

Kirsten Dunst Wore Nude Spanx On The Set of ‘Anchorman 2′ Because Goddamn Everyone’s In It — (The Superficial)

If They Melded: Witherspoon + Buscemi Edition — (Clip Nation)

The Good, The Bad, and The Insane: Delving Into the Brilliant, Horrifying Realm of Harry Potter Fanfiction — (Unreality)

In Which Cops Taze a High School Kid in the Face — (Brobible)

Around The Web