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‘The Blacklist’: Red Faces Berlin & ‘No One Is Safe’ In Season Finale

Mon, May 12, 2014 3:00pm EDT by Elizabeth Wagmeister Add first Comment
The Blacklist Finale
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‘The Blacklist’ has been keeping viewers on the edge of their seats all season, as TV’s most-watched new drama, and the May 12 finale will be no exception. caught up with actor Amir Arison who plays Aram, and he assured us that ‘no one is safe.’

Amir Arison stars on The Blacklist, as Aram, a FBI computer specialist who has a knack for “helping uncover things,” as he says. Amir reveals that everyone, including Red, faces danger in the big season finale — they have all been listed. Keep reading for exclusive scoop on the final episode, plus Season 2 secrets.

‘The Blacklist’ Finale: Star Amir Arison Reveals That ‘No One Is Safe’

The Blacklist is the seasons biggest new hit, and for a good reason: every episode is heart-racing and nerve-wracking, especially the May 12 season finale.

“It turns out that we have all been listed on Red’s (James Spader) nemesis’s blacklist,” Amir Arison (who plays FBI computer specialist Aram) EXCLUSIVELY reveals to “I am doing the usual in the room sort of helping uncover things…but no one in the room is safe.”

When Amir says no one is safe, he means no one. Not even Red, who will finally face his mysterious enemy, Berlin, in tonight’s big episode.

Liz (Megan Boone) uses her power to pull Red out of custody so that he can help to find all of the suspects from the prisoner plane crash. Berlin, of course, is at the top of the prisoner list, as he’s somehow involved with the crash.

Amir Arison Teases Season 2 of ‘The Blacklist’

“Things are definitely going to shift,” Amir says of the aftermath of tonight’s season finale.

Regardless of what happens on tonight’s finale, Amir is thrilled to be starring on The Blacklist, opposite James Spader.

“He sets the bar for all of us in excellence, professionalism, you can feel the stakes rise when he comes to set,” he EXCLUSIVELY tells us. “It’s this big drama with these big mysteries and whodunnit and so forth, and to get to play a lightly funny character on a drama!”

We’re not quite convinced that tonight’s episode will be funny, but we’re glued to our seats, despite the terror!

HollywoodLifers, are you tuning into The Blacklist finale? Let us know!

— Elizabeth Wagmeister

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