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"Blindspot" review by Suzanne
Airs Wednesdays 10/9c on NBC
I really loved the first season of this show... even
though they tend to kill off actors I like! It's one of
those that has action, action, action, and twists and turns
in the plot that really surprise you. I watched the season 2
premiere, which airs tonight. It's just as good, but more
violent. I hope that the whole season is not that violent. I
don't like it when shows feel that they have to amp
everything up and make it all more violent each season.
That ultimately can't be sustained and leads to ridiculous
over-the-top action that's laughable and unrealistic, and
then cancellation. Let's hope it's just that way due to it
being the premiere.
They finally tell us who Jane really is in the first
episode, and her name! That's great. Of course, we don't get
ALL of the details about everything. Jane does get
back with her FBI team, but you probably could figure that
out. Jane is in a difficult situation, gets out of it (out
of the frying pan and into the fire, so to speak), but then
she gets nabbed by her team, and then...well, you have to
wait and see the rest.
Three new characters are added: Nas, played by Archie
Punjabi, who works for a secret NSA group; A woman played by Michelle Hurd,
who is someone very important to Jane (Sorry, I can't tell
you who she is, but you'll find out tonight); and Roman,
played by Luke Mitchell -- someone else who is very important to Jane! LOL! Sorry to be
I wish they would get rid of Luke Mitchell's beard (I'll
be glad when that whole beard fad is gone!). He's so
gorgeous. I remember him from "Tomorrow People" and
"Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.". Maybe they wanted to tone
down his good looks, since he's not on the "good guys"
Anyway, you definitely want to watch,
especially to see the ending. Looks like it will all be a
Season two of “Blindspot” premieres Wednesday, Sept. 14
at 10 p.m. ET/PT on NBC, and will debut in its regular time
period Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
escaping from CIA custody, the team recaptures Jane and
convinces her to become a triple-agent within her old
terrorist organization where she unlocks some major secrets
from her past, while recent betrayals from both sides
threaten to tear her and the team apart for good.
The cast includes Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob
Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, Ukweli Roach, Luke
Mitchell, Michelle Hurd and Archie Panjabi.
Creator and writer Martin Gero serves as executive
producer along with Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Jeff
F. King. “Blindspot” is a production of Warner Bros.
Television, Berlanti Productions, and Quinn’s House.
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