Blindspot is a American crime drama telvision series created by Martin Gero, starring Sullivan Stapleton and Jaimie Alexander. It was produced by Berlanti Productions, QUinn's House and Warner Bros. Television, also distributed by Warner Bros. Television Distribution.
The show premiered on September 21, 2015. A month later, a back-nine order was given, bringing the first season of the series to a total of 22 episodes plus an additional episode bringing the other to 23 episodes.
On November 9, 2015, "Blindspot" was renewed for a second season.
Blindspot focuses on a mysterious tattooed woman who is found naked inside a travel bag in Times Square by the FBI, with no recollection of her own past or her own identity. They discover that her tattoos contain clues to crimes they will have to solve.
- Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller
- Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe
- Rob Brown as Edgar Reade
- Audrey Esparza as Tasha Zapata
- Ashley Johnson as Patterson
- Ukweli Roach as Dr. Robert Borden
- Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Bethany Mayfair (season 1)
- François Arnaud as Oscar [season 1]
- Luke Mitchell as Roman [season 2]
- Michelle Hurd as Shepherd [season 2]
- Archie Panjabi as Nas Kamal [season 2]
Episode number Edit
On January 23, 2015 it was announced that NBC ordered a pilot episode for the script written by Martin Gero. On February 12, it was announced that Mark Pellington would lead the pilot and serve as executive producer. On May 1, NBC ordered the development of a series, which was released on September 21, 2015.
On September 28, NBC commissioned nine more scripts. Finally, on October 9, the series received the order for a full season. On November 3, NBC ordered an additional episode for the series, which will have a total of twenty-three episodes.
Critical response Edit
Blindspot has received generally positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes the series has a rating of 68%, based on 59 reviews, with an average rating of 6.3/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Blindspot is elevated by an intriguing mystery and enough strong action to propel most viewers into a necessary suspension of disbelief." On Metacritic, the series has a score of 65 out of 100, based on 32 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews."
- Blindspot on Fandom