Spader was mum about new-season specifics and NBC kept episodes under wraps.
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Raymond "Red" Reddington's life has taken a turn for the worse on "The Blacklist," and James Spader says both he and his character are delighted. As the NBC drama opens its fifth season, the once high-flying Red, his lucrative criminal network in shreds, is reduced to living in a motor lodge and spending his leisure time there poolside. Spader was equally mum about new-season specifics and NBC kept episodes under wraps, but a promotional clip includes a scene in which Red and Keen take a lighthearted dance spin poolside.An element of danger often colored Spader's youthful handsomeness (see the film "Secretary," for one), and maturity has only made him more adroit at leavening ruthlessness with charm.
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