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“When we start Season 5, Liz really plants her flag in the idea that she’s a cop — a The Season 3 premiere will pick up right where May’s finale left us, with Jane’s tattoos all aglow — and according to series creator Martin Gero, viewers will get a whole lot of questions answered before the first commercial break hits. Even though Jane and Weller’s dynamic starts off “a little shaky,” Gero assures us that “the first episode back is going to be the most fulfilling ‘Jeller’ episode we’ve ever done.
They are in love, there’s a very good reason they haven’t seen each other in a while and Weller’s been searching for her.” BONUS SPOILER!
“We’re going to wrap up the [conspiracy] story with a thrilling, action-y conclusion” and then move away from the “existential threat to the president.” And while Zoe Mc Lellan () are new to the mix (playing the White House counsel, a political director and an MI-6 love interest for Hannah), returning players won’t be forgotten.
Newly installed National Security Advisor Aaron Shore’s heritage will skew his view on a Mexican border issue, while Brian Mc Namara () guest-stars as Chief of Staff Emily Rhodes’ dad. : The midseason twist that will “knock [your] socks off” (as Sutherland teased in May) arrives in Episode 10, “and that’s all I can tell you,” Eisner smiles.
“We have this amazing story that is going to tie in with Oliver’s dealings with his own son, as he helps Slade find Joe Wilson.” BONUS SPOILER!
: Yes, it’s true — Vigilante will finally be unmasked.
And although Burgess is all business these days and “Linstead” is no more, the EP does hint at “some romantic involvement” within the unit. : An “important” episode will find Atwater “dealing with the fact that he’s the surrogate father, so to speak, [to] his brother and sister,” Eid describes. 27 at 10/9c (NBC) After getting ditched at the altar by her true love Josh Chan, will Rebecca Bunch spend Season 3 in quiet reflection?
Nah, she’s out for blood, says executive producer Aline Brosh Mc Kenna: “I think it’s our funniest season, but it’s definitely our most intense, emotionally…
“Liz is safe, but Reddington is now broke,” series creator Jon Bokenkamp previews.
“He has literally lost everything — money and relationships — to save her.
Now it’s time to rebuild, and that is going to be a total blast.” Liz, meanwhile, will be doing some serious soul-searching, now that she’s learned Red is her father. She knows this is in her DNA — dark, violent tendencies,” Bokenkamp shares. Why haven’t [she and Weller] seen each other in so long? All of that will be answered, and they’ll immediately pick up to go find their friends.” Also, #Jeller fans need not worry about the state of their favorite ‘ship.
“She’s a bad influence on pretty much anyone who comes into her orbit,” says Haas, adding that Hope will set her sights on one of Firehouse 51’s men, which “may not rub everyone the right way.” Plus: Boden doesn’t hold back when there’s a fire at Donna’s school; Sylvie and Antonio reignite their romance; and someone gets laid… “It’s Hitchcockian sort of situation where you have a bunch of different personalities and different levels of panic happening, and Gabby having to navigate all of them,” Haas previews. 28 at 10/9c (NBC) The NBC drama will bring real-world Chicago into Season 5 with stories about racial tension, terrorist activity, immigration and police reform.
That means Voight’s job “just got harder,” executive producer Rick Eid previews.