In case you missed it, a lot went down in Season 2 of "The Blacklist" on NBC. However, if you did manage to let the action-packed season slip by or were waiting for the episodes to be available for streaming, fear not. Season 2 will premiere on Netflix on in September to give viewers the opportunity to make up for lost time before the Season 3 premiere

As of right now, “The Blacklist” is a little over a month away from the premiere of Season 3 on NBC, set to air on Thursday, Oct. 1, at 9 p.m. EDT. Season 2 will be available for streaming on Netflix on Sept. 16, giving viewers a little more than two weeks in between the two dates for lagging fans to catch up before the new episodes. 

So what do fans have to look forward to in "The Blacklist" Season 2? Season 1 ended with a thriller of a finale that concluded with Red (James Spader) setting out to search for the real Berlin, after previously killing an imposter. After some hesitation, Liz decided to join him. She did have a bone to pick with him, though. Before Liz killed him, Tom (Ryan Eggold) told Liz that her father was still alive. Red assured her this was not the case, but fans were left in doubt when in the last shot, Red took off his shirt to reveal burn marks on his back. Was he the one who rescued Liz from the fire? Is he her father? Plus, did Liz really kill Tom?

Season 2 features Red's battle with Berlin and introduces fans to a secret global organization of criminals with a vendetta against Red. The season also answers key questions about Red and Liz's relationship, including what really happened the night of the fire that killed Liz's parents, why Red chose Liz when he turned himself into the FBI, and if he is, if fact, her father. Fans are not going to want to miss a minute of the action.

Watch the preview for "The Blacklist" Season 2 below:

"The Blacklist" Season 2 premieres on Netflix on Sept. 16. Fans should not waste any time getting caught up. The Season 3 premiere of "The Blacklist" will air Thursday, Oct. 1 at 9 p.m. EDT on NBC.