Blindspot is certainly a show that loves its complex plots, largely because that complexity masks the reality that almost none of it makes any sense from week to week. It’s a show that delights in the ridiculous and the fantastic—remember when, earlier this season, Weller jumped out of a plane
Some familiar faces will be returning to Strike Back in season 5.
Sullivan Stapleton and Philip Winchester are to appear on the Cinemax action series for the final two episodes of season 5, reprising their roles as Sgt. Damien Scott and Sgt. Michael Stonebridge.
They’ll first appear in the penultimate
There’s a very good reason that “Two Legendary Chums” is the best episode of Blindspot in a few weeks: it mostly sidelines the drama of the Avery storyline and instead returns the focus to the overarching story of Roman’s plan to take down Crawford, and how that might
“Balance of Might” kicks off with a flashback, the first of many peppered throughout this week’s episode. It’s six months ago, and the show places us inside a refugee camp. A man named Saya (The Wire‘s Jim True-Frost) is giving a family good news: their application has been
Blindspot only took a few weeks off over the holidays, and we probably all need to thank the show for that. None of us could have handled a month or two of sitting with the words Weller spoke to Jane at the end of the midseason finale: “You
Considering how often Weller almost dies each and every week on Blindspot, it’d make sense for him to change careers and find something a little more safe and secure, especially now that he’s trying to live a somewhat peaceful domestic life with Jane. Early on in “Adoring Suspect”
Blindspot‘s third season got off to a great start, a shift in the timeline moved the characters in new directions, giving this season a fresh look while not exactly hitting the reset button. There was great promise in Jane boasting new tattoos and the reveal that Roman had
If there’s one thing that Blindspot understands, it’s that you go into the holiday break on a high note and leave your viewers wanting more. “City Folks Under Wraps” does just that. It’s a thrilling, fast-paced, tense hour of television that expertly plays with our understanding of the