In “The Courier’s Gambit,” the opening scene of “The Blacklist” season 10 episode 5, Reddington and the task force are in a race against time to intercept a perilous courier who is bringing a deadly bioweapon into the country. The crew must go through a web of treachery and betrayal to find the courier and stop a devastating attack while the lives of millions are at stake.
As time passes, Reddington and Liz must face their troubled past and band together to avert disaster. But in this heart-pounding episode of “The Blacklist,” it’s obvious that nothing is as it seems because danger lurks around every corner.
The Blacklist Season 10 Episode 5 Release Date
Already aired On March 26, 2023, The Blacklist Season 10 Episode 5 aired. Each week, The Blacklist releases brand-new episodes on Sundays; an episode of the show could run 45 to 50 minutes.
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The Blacklist Season 10 Recap
The 10th season of The Blacklist gets off to an explosive start. Aram (Amir Arison) declared at the end of season 9 that he would be taking a leave of absence from the task force, and when season 10 begins, Aram is shown leaving the Met and making his way to his bike, obviously enjoying his time off.
When he sees someone cross the street in his direction, he stops. Raymond Reddington is depicted yet still has a distinct beard (James Spader). Red hears him shout out and wave, but when he saw Amar, he turns around and hails a cab.
Amar dials Agent Cooper right away (Harry Lenix). Cooper informs him that Red has been in Guatemala and that the task force is dormant. There is an explosion across the street as Amar is telling Cooper that Red is back in New York City.
Dembe Zuma (Hisham Tawfiq) is in Washington, D.C., working at an FBI location scanning documents pertaining to Marvin’s (Fisher Stevens) employment and his passing. Cooper informs Zuma over the phone that Red has been located. Outside of a 12-step meeting, Diego Klattenhoff’s Ressler and Zuma cross paths. They board a plane for NYC together. Unofficially, the task force is back together.
When Ressler and Zuma get to the explosion site, they are informed that it is an annex of the Chinese consulate and that they are not permitted to enter. According to the fire department, Ressler and Zuma enter despite Chin Yao (Grant Chang), a representative of the Chinese government, trying to stop them since a woman was inside during the explosion.
Despite Chin Yao’s protests and threats to file a lawsuit, they confiscated the laptop that was found with her. Surprisingly, he seems unconcerned. Red has been using the bus instead of a private vehicle and has no security. Does Red not care that he is a target any longer?
Or perhaps by appearing in public, he’s hoping to attract the attention of those who will attack? Once Red’s true motivation is revealed, this season promises to be exciting. Malik sits down with Cooper to talk about her mother, and she admits that he played a role in her choice to pursue a career in intelligence. He welcomes her to the squad when she wishes to join it. With most of the crew back together and prepared to resume work, all the pieces are now in place.