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Mary-Louise Parker Joins ‘The Blacklist’ Season 2

Mary-Louise Parker has joined the cast of “The Blacklist,” NBC announced at Comic-Con on Saturday.

The Emmy winner will have a recurring role in the drama’s upcoming second season.

Parker will play Naomi Hyland, a woman who’s hiding a dark secret from her husband. Creator Jon Bokenkamp described the character as “completely tied to Reddington,” James Spader’s character on the hit show. That means we’ll learn a bit more about the mysterious Red this season.

Parker will make her debut in the show’s premiere on September 22.

It was also just announced that she will star in the NBC miniseries “The Slap,” opposite Peter Sarsgaard, about the fallout between two families after one father slaps another’s child.

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