“Blindspot” is set to return to the small screen and fans of the NBC series have just over a day’s wait. The Blindspot Season 2 starring Jane Doe (Jamie Alexander) has also roped in Archie Punjabi.
In Blindspot Season 1, Jane Doe’s identity was not revealed but now in Season 2, more about her will come out. It will be interesting to watch what happens to her next.
Fans have reacted on Twitter to a new teaser trailer by NBC. All of them are waiting eagerly for Blindspot Season 2 to kick off Wednesday.
Many of them are happy that Archie Punjabi from “The Good Wife” is onboard. Jane Doe was found naked in Times Square with her body fully covered with mysterious and intricate tattoos.
“Her discovery sets off a vast and complex mystery that immediately ignites the attention of the FBI, which begins to follow the road map of her tattoos into a larger conspiracy of crime, while bringing her closer to discovering the truth about her identity,” according to IMDb.
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The hit NBC series Blindspot is likely to get bigger and better. The premiere episode of Season 2 “will truthfully reveal Jane’s identity, and that’s so the series can move past that debate and into new territory with its stories,” said Martin Gero, creator of the show to Hidden Remote.
The new season will only dwell on the present and the future. But past will not altogether be set aside.
Two new characters are being introduced in Blindspot Season 2 including Luke Mitchell (Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D) and Michelle Hurd (Law & Order: SUV). Besides, Gero said that episode 2 will be an entertaining flashback.
In Season 1 of the series, Jane’s boss Bethany Mayfair (Marianne Jean-Baptiste) is killed by Oscar, as recapped by TV Line. In the new season, the team now has to deal with the aftereffects.
Meanwhile, award-winning actress Archie Panjabi will play Nas Kamal, the head of another government organization with an interest in the Jane Doe case.
The most interesting thing about Season 2 is that a viewer need not have watched Blindspot Season 1 to get a feel of the show, Martin Gero said. He added that the new season will have its own beginning, middle and end.
“It’ll be a more satisfying watch if you’ve seen it all, but I think we’ve framed it in such a way where it feels like a sequel. I’ve said every season needs to be a novel in a series of books that you like,” said the show creator.
“Blindspot” Season 2 premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 10 p.m. on NBC.