Dec 02, 2016 06:14 AM EST

'Blacklist' Season 4 Episode 9 Air Date, Cast, Theories,Predictions, Latest News & Update: Is Samar The Traitor?


The NBC TV series, "The Blacklist" Season 4 Episode 9 had so many revelations. It was previously revealed that there would be a traitor in the team and this traitor could bring Elizabeth Keen's life be in danger. There were speculations that Samar Navabi could be the traitor.

Samar Navabi is an Iranian-born Baloch who was radicalized and was recruited by Mossad. She had past interactions with the criminal mastermind, Raymond Reddington. As shown in the previous season of "The Backlist" she was being assigned by to the task force as an investigative agent and Mossad liaison by Deputy Director Cooper when an agent of the Central Intelligence Agency, Merra Malik died.

As the news released by Jobs & Hire, it was reported that on "The Blacklist" Season 4 Episode 9 there would be an "unknown traitor" from the group that would threaten the life of Liz. In fact, Elizabeth and the rest of the team will be ambushed. There were speculations that the Iranian-born Baloch, Samar could be the traitor from the group.

As it was shown in the promo video teaser of "The Blacklist" Season 4 Episode 9, Red discovered that someone from the FBI task force was a secret agent. He then informed the senior FBI agent, Harold Cooper about the possible threat that could ruin their country. Donald Ressler, Elizabeth Keen, Aram Mojtabai and Samar Navabi were the four faces appeared in its promo video.

According to I-Tech Post, there's a big change that Samar could possibly the traitor. As it was shown in the clip, Harold talked to someone vaguely about his/her loyalty. The identity of the unknown traitor was quite revealed on the promo video of "The Blacklist" Season 4 Episode 9. Based on the hair shown in the video teaser, it was perfectly fit to Samar's description.

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