Blindspot is an American crime drama television series, created by Martin Gero, about a mysterious, heavily tattooed woman with no recollection of her past or identity. It stars Sullivan Stapleton and Jaimie Alexander. Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, Ukweli Roach and Marianne Jean-Baptiste co-star. Archie Panjabi, Luke Mitchell, Michelle Hurd, Ennis Esmer and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio joined the main cast in later seasons. The Warner Bros. Television-produced series premiered September 21, 2015, on NBC. On May 10, 2019, NBC renewed the series for a fifth and final season, which aired from May 7 to July 23, 2020.
- Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller, an FBI special agent at the New York field office. In season 1, as head of the FBI Critical Incident Response Group, he is called into the investigation of Jane when his name is found mysteriously tattooed on Jane’s body. He comes to recognize Jane as his missing childhood friend, Taylor Shaw, and becomes very protective. He has never recovered from the pain and guilt he suffered because of her disappearance. In the season 1 finale, he is promoted to head of the FBI’s New York branch after Mayfair’s disappearance. This is the goal of Stage One of the conspiracy behind Jane’s tattoos: The tattoo investigations eliminated less ethical potential candidates; Weller also learns that Jane is not Taylor Shaw and that the real Taylor has been dead for years. He is so upset about being deceived that he arrests Jane and turns her over to the CIA. The two slowly rebuild their relationship from scratch in season 2, following her escape. At the start of season 3, he and Jane marry and move to Colorado to stay close to Weller’s daughter, Bethany, but an attempted hit organized by Roman forces them back into the fight. Jane disappears for two years, and when they reunite and discover new tattoos on Jane’s body, the two return to New York, where they rejoin their old team and try to track Roman down. In season 4, he discovers that the effects of ZIP (the drug that first wiped Jane’s memories) have caused her to revert to her pre-ZIP persona, Remi, and are slowly poisoning her. These problems are resolved by successful treatments. In the end, after the team is dismissed from the FBI, he and Jane expand their family by taking in several foster children.
- Jaimie Alexander as Remi “Jane Doe” Briggs (born Alice Kruger), an unidentified woman found naked and amnesiac in Times Square, who is kept in FBI protective custody during the investigation into her identity. Despite lacking conscious memories, Jane occasionally has flashbacks to her past life and retains a wide variety of combat and language skills. They suspect that she is a former Navy SEAL, whose identity is classified because of her involvement in special operations. On the basis of a familiar scar on the back of her neck and a DNA test, Jane is identified as Taylor Shaw, Weller’s neighbor and childhood friend, who vanished 25 years ago and was presumed dead. The fate of the real Taylor Shaw is revealed when Weller’s father confesses to her murder on his deathbed. Weller finds Taylor’s remains at an old campsite they used as children: The conspiracy that changed the records of the Taylor Shaw case altered the DNA test results. Born Alice Kruger, in South Africa, the orphaned Jane was trained as a child soldier by the apartheid regime. Shepherd eventually adopted her and raised her as a daughter. At the start of season 3, she marries Weller and the two move to Colorado to stay close to Weller’s daughter Bethany. An attempted hit organized by Roman forces them back into the fight: Jane disappears for two years. They reunite and, discovering new tattoos on Jane’s body, they return to New York, where they join their old team and track Roman down. During this time, Jane reconnects with her biological daughter, whom Shepherd had forced her to give up for adoption when Jane was a teenager. Jane discovers her ties to the conspiracy that Roman is trying to bring down. At the end of the season, she reverts to her previous persona as Remi—a side effect from ZIP, the drug that originally wiped her memories. During the first half of season 4, Jane, as Remi, secretly works against her team in a bid to free Shepherd and rebuild Sandstorm. She is soon found out, and after a successful experimental treatment, Jane finally puts her past behind her, makes peace with Remi, regains all of her memories, and kills Shepherd. During the second half of the season, Jane is forced to deal with the physical effects of ZIP poisoning. The team finds a cure, in time. In the final episodes, she is ZIPed again by a bomb planted by Ivy Sands. She suffers many hallucinations as she tries to locate Ivy and the last bomb. In the end, she either dies from the poisoning or is cured and goes on to foster many children with Weller.
- Rob Brown as Edgar Reade, an FBI special agent and member of Weller’s team. He has doubts about including Jane on the team and is skeptical of Weller’s willingness to follow the information from Jane’s tattoos so quickly. He is in love with Weller’s sister, Sarah, but broke up with her both at Weller’s behest and because Reade feared for Sarah’s safety after one of the group behind Jane’s tattoos threatened Sarah. In season 3, he becomes the head of the New York field office after Jane and Weller leave New York. He is engaged to Megan Butani, an investigative journalist, but they break up. He also has romantic feelings for Zapata, and he finally acts on them, late in season 4. His happiness is short-lived: He is killed in the drone strike at the end of season 4. This is not revealed until the season 5 premiere. In season 5, he appears in flashbacks and in the series finale as a hallucination caused by Jane’s ZIP poisoning. Tasha gives birth to his child, as is revealed in the last scenes.
- Audrey Esparza as Natasha “Tasha” Zapata, an FBI special agent and member of Weller’s team, previously an NYPD officer at the 96th District for five years. She has a secret gambling addiction, caused by guilt from the death of her NYPD partner, and is deep in debt, a fact she also hides from her co-workers. She has feelings for Reade. In season 3, she leaves the FBI and joins the CIA. At the end of the season, she is supposedly terminated by the CIA, and goes to work for Blake Crawford as a fixer. After Blake’s death in season 4, she works for her successor, Madeline Burke. Midway through the season, it is discovered that she had been working deep cover for the CIA all along, under Director Jake Keaton. In season 5, she hooks up with Reade shortly before his death in the drone strike at the beginning of the season, becomes pregnant, and raises their child as a single mother. After the team’s dismissal from the FBI in the series finale. she works as a private investigator.
- Ashley Johnson as Patterson, an FBI special agent and head of the FBI Forensic Science Unit, responsible for studying and identifying Jane’s tattoos. In season 3, she leaves the FBI to work in the tech industry. After the two-year time-skip, she returns to help solve Jane’s new tattoos. Later in the season, it is revealed that Patterson is the daughter of Bill Nye (who guest-starred as himself). She took her mother’s last name. In the series finale, after the team’s dismissal from the FBI, she and Rich Dotcom become treasure hunters.
- Ukweli Roach as Robert Borden (seasons 1–2; recurring season 3; guest seasons 4–5), an FBI psychiatrist who helps Jane to retrieve and understand her memories. He is later revealed to be Nigel Thornton, a former doctor and a Sandstorm mole within the FBI. After the FBI corners him, he had apparently killed himself to avoid capture. However, Borden managed to fake his own death, and was found and recruited by the CIA. He goes to prison after Zapata reneges on his deal with the CIA, as justice for betraying Patterson. In season 4, Jane visits him, and he helps her to accept the lives and personas of Remi and Alice as part of her self. He later appears as a hallucination caused by Jane’s ZIP poisoning in the series finale.
- Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Bethany Mayfair (season 1; guest season 2), assistant director in charge of the FBI’s New York Field Office. Mayfair is directly in charge of Weller and his team; she acts as their ally and mentor. She was once the FBI contact for Operation: Daylight, a program to present illegally obtained information as coming from reliable informants. Jane’s tattoos may have some connection to Daylight. After Mayfair is framed for murder because of evidence planted by an unwitting Jane, she discovers Jane at a safe house used by the conspiracy. Oscar shoots and kills her. Despite her death and the damage to her reputation caused by her wrongful arrest, the team continues to remember Mayfair fondly for the rest of the series. Weller names his daughter after her, and the team pays tribute to her and Reade before leaving the FBI offices for the last time in the series finale.
- Archie Panjabi as Nas Kamal (season 2; guests seasons 3 & 5), head of Zero Division, a secret department of the NSA. She has investigated Sandstorm for years, and forms a joint NSA-FBI task force with Weller’s team and Jane to try to infiltrate the organization. In order to protect the team from federal investigation, she resigns, taking responsibility for all of the task force’s failures. She spends time working freelance before she is able to use a tattoo case to acquire a powerful computer virus, trading it to the NSA in return for getting her job back. She returns in the series finale to help the team capture Ivy Sands.
- Luke Mitchell as Roman Briggs (born Ian Kruger) (seasons 2–3; recurring season 4; guest season 5), Jane’s brother and a member of Sandstorm. Jane wiped his memory with ZIP (the same drug that wiped her memories) after he turned against Shepherd, and he remained in FBI custody for a while. After regaining his memories, including the fact that Jane erased them, he turns against her and rejoins Shepherd during her attack on the FBI’s New York Office. In season 3, he devises a complex scheme to get revenge on Jane that involves covering her with new, bio-luminescent tattoos. At the end of the season, he is fatally shot by Blake Crawford, and dies in Jane’s arms. In seasons 4 and 5, he appears as a hallucination, as a result of Jane’s ZIP poisoning.
- Michelle Hurd as Ellen “Shepherd” Briggs (season 2; recurring seasons 3–4; guest season 5), Jane’s and Roman’s adoptive mother and leader of the terrorist group Sandstorm. She was a U.S. Army major general with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and has been manipulating Weller’s life since he was a teenager. She is captured at the end of season 2 after Jane and Weller foil her plans, and is imprisoned in a CIA blacksite until Jane, reverted to her persona of Remi, frees her during season 4. She is later shot and killed by Jane after the latter finally overcomes the mental effects of ZIP, but later reappears as a hallucination as a result of Jane’s ZIP poisoning in the series finale.
- Ennis Esmer as Rich Dotcom (real name Gord Enver) (seasons 4–5; recurring seasons 1–3), a former computer programmer turned Internet crime lord. Eccentric and manic, Rich often embroils Weller’s team in elaborate, convoluted schemes to achieve his goals. Starting in season 3, he begins working with the FBI as part of a deal for his past crimes. In the series finale, after the team’s dismissal from the FBI, he and Patterson become treasure hunters.
- Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as Madeline Burke (season 5; recurring season 4), a major stockholder in the Crawfords’ company HCI Global, who takes over the company after fatally poisoning Blake and the other executives as part of a mysterious long-term plan. At the end of the season, her plan, Project: Helios, takes effect, causing a major blackout on the Eastern Seaboard. She frames Weller’s team for the attack and corruption, chairs an oversight committee for the FBI and eventually becomes director of all federal law enforcement. All this is part of a plan to avenge her father, who was killed in an FBI raid. Throughout season 5, Madeline exercises her new power. She intends to reform the world’s governments, all under her leadership, by wiping the memories of the planet’s population with ZIP. She continues to hunt the team, even forming an alliance with the terror group Dabbur Zhan and using ZIP on her oldest son when the team convinces him to turn against her. Near the end of the season, she manages to capture most of the team, only to see her crimes and her associates’ publicly exposed by Patterson (who faked her death to escape capture) and Zapata through a connection at the New York Post (Reade’s ex-fiancé, Megan Butani). The blackmail material she held against various connections is lost, thanks to the actions of Director Matthew Weitz and analyst Afreen Iqbal. Now exonerated, the team corners her when she tries to flee the country. She commits suicide in a fail-safe manner calculated to push her final plan forward. She appears in the series finale. as a hallucination, a result of Jane’s ZIP poisoning.
On January 23, 2015, a pilot was ordered by NBC. The pilot was written by Martin Gero, who was also set to serve as executive producer alongside Greg Berlanti. On February 12, 2015, it was reported that Mark Pellington would direct the pilot episode.
On May 1, 2015, NBC gave the production a series order. It was also reported that Berlanti Productions, Quinn’s House and Warner Bros. Television would serve as additional production companies. A few days later, it was announced that the series would premiere in the fourth quarter of 2015. On July 11, 2015, the premiere date was set for September 21, 2015. A back nine order was given on October 9, 2015, bringing the first season to a total of 22 episodes, along with an order for an additional episode, bringing the first-season episode count to 23. On November 9, 2015, it was announced that the series had been renewed for a second season. The second season premiered on September 14, 2016. On May 10, 2017, the show was renewed for a third season, which premiered on October 27, 2017. On May 10, 2018, NBC renewed the series for a fourth season that premiered on October 12, 2018. On May 10, 2019, NBC renewed the series for a fifth and final season of 11 episodes. The season was set to air in mid-2020, but due to the airing of Parks and Recreation’s special A Parks and Recreation Special, it instead premiered on May 7, 2020.
May 7, 2020
- E01 – “I Came to Sleigh”
- E02 – “We Didn’t Start the Fire”
- E03 – “Existential Ennui”
- E04 – “And My Axe!”
- E05 – “Head Games”
- E06 – “Fire & Brimstone”
- E07 – “Awl In”
- E08 – “Ghost Train”
- E09 – “Brass Tacks”
- E10 – “Love You to Bits and Bytes”
- E11 – “Iunne Ennui”
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