The Blacklist Season 9 Episode 11 Spoilers: Who is The Conglomerate?

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The Blacklist Season 9 Episode 11 will premiere on NBC on Friday, Mar. 4, and it will include another mysterious organization. This episode's title is The Conglomerate, which sounds very uninteresting on paper.

Fortunately, this is where the good news comes in: this episode will 100% continue one of the season's central plots, which is what happened the night Liz died. We can't promise any answers, but as long as the story continues in some way, we'll be happy.

The Blacklist Season 9 Episode 11 Synopsis

The full The Blacklist Season 9 Episode 11 synopsis goes like this:

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“An investigation into the Conglomerate, a group of former government-sponsored assassins, becomes complicated when the Task Force learns one of their own may have ties to the group. Red digs deeper into the events leading up to Liz’s death.”

So who could it be from the Task Force? On the surface, we'd like it to be Aram, because this character hasn't had much of a story this season. However, we're already perplexed as to why he'd be associated with such an organization.

Maybe it has something to do with the last several years? Park is also a viable option, primarily since she is better renowned for her work in the field and did have a serious problem with bloodlust for a long time.

The Blacklist Season 9 New Timeslot

Another thing to keep in mind here is that, with the return of the original Law & Order, The Blacklist will return to its old Friday timeslot. Starting on Feb. 25, the show will air on that night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. We're still a week away from that, so we'll have to be patient till the next chapter of the series comes out.

Is This the Final Run for The Blacklist?

That remains to be seen, but we're hoping to discover more about the future between now and when the show airs again. We personally want at least one more season after this one, mostly so that the show can re-establish its rhythm without Megan Boone. That's something they've already figured out after some trial and error.