Mary-Louise Parker is coming to “The Blacklist.”
NBC announced she’ll be guest starring in the crime-drama’s Season 2 premiere at Comic-Con Saturday.
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The show features James Spader as a fugitive from justice who unexpectedly joins forces with the U.S. government and aids them in helping take down a “blacklist” of international troublemakers; it’s unclear whether Parker’s character will be one of the names on his list.
Parker won a Tony Award in 2001 for her role in “Proof,” an Emmy and a Golden Globe for “Angels in America” in 2003, and also won a Golden Globe for playing Nancy Botwin on Showtime’s “Weeds.”
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It’s not her only gig on NBC, either. As TheWrap previously reported, Parker will star alongside Peter Sarsgaard in the network’s upcoming mini-series “The Slap.”
“The Blacklist” returns Monday, Sept. 22 at 10 p.m.