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In a historical drama about a girl named Erica Shepard, a former CIA agent. Erica is one of the most dangerous figures in history. He is now known as the most famous traitor in American history and is serving a life sentence at Supermax. There is still hope of recruiting that woman for a national mission where she is recruited by FBI agent Keaton. The dual mission now is to track down a dangerous and elusive criminal who seems to be the most dangerous in history.
Grading on that curve, "The Enemy Within" doesn't bring much new to the party but offers enough polish on this earnestly played, tried-and-true formula so as not to be, unlike some of these shows, its own worst enemy.
Carpenter and Chestnut solidly play their roles, but Enemy Within doesn't crackle the way The Blacklist did in early episodes. There's nothing particularly special going on here, and it's hard to muster the enthusiasm to say much more than that.