In drama from "Perfect Stanger" writer, criminal agrees to turn in co-conspirators — but there's a catch
NBC has ordered the drama pilot "The Blacklist," in which a master criminal agrees to turn in everyone he's ever worked with — but there's a catch.
In the pilot, from "Perfect Stranger" screenwriter Jon Bokenkamp, the wanted man will only work with "a newly minted FBI agent with whom he seemingly has no connection," according to NBC.
"Alias" veteran John Eisendrath will run the show, from Sony Pictures Television, if it is ordered to series.
Bokenkamp, Eisendeath, John Fox and John Davis will executive produce.