Jane Doe went back to not knowing who she is in the season finale of “Blindspot,” but not for long. The very first episode of Season 2 will reveal who she really is!
“Blindspot” began with Jane Doe getting out of a duffle bag in the middle of Times Square covered in tattoos, with having no memory of who she is or how she got there. Jane has since come a long way. She has worked alongside the FBI and helped catch bad guys, following clues hidden in her tattoos. She also shared romantic feelings with two men while convinced that her name was Taylor Shaw.
Everything was going so well for Jane, till the season finale, when Oscar tells her that she is not Taylor Shaw, and she is back to square one. To make things worse, Weller discovers that his recently deceased father had, in fact, killed the real Taylor and buried her in a camp site they used to go to as kids. Before Jane can tell him anything, an angry and betrayed Weller confronts and arrests Jane.
“Blindspot” Season 2
The finale of season 1 led to more questions than answers. More importantly, it disrupts the potential plotline of the series, going forward. If Jane cannot prove who she really is, Weller will keep misunderstanding her, hence ending any hopes of Jane working with the FBI task force again, which is really where the series draws its action from.
However, Martin Gero, the creator of “Blindspot,” spoke to TV Line and revealed that Jane’s identity will not be a mystery for long in season 2:
“That’s not going to be a mystery next season. You’re going to find out exactly who she is in the first episode of next season, so it’s not like we needed that for additional mystery. It had more to do with Weller’s journey this season and his belief that this was all about Taylor Shaw and the relationship that he had with his father.”
When Entertainment Weekly asked Jaimie Alexander, who plays Jane on the show, whether her character would work with the FBI in an official capacity in season 2, this is what she says:
“Potentially. I have a lot of guesses, but again, I try not to think about it too much.”
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