Blindspot Preview: There’s No Slowing Down


After what has seemed like a very long winter hiatus, Blindspot finally returns Monday night with another great episode. If you thought things might slow down in the second half of the season, then think again. Blindspot‘s high intensity, edge of your seat storyline continues and shows no signs of slowing down.

If you remember, the midseason finale ended with Jane (Jaimie Alexander) slipping her detail to sneak over to Weller’s (Sullivan Stapleton) house and kiss him before being kidnapped by Carter (Michael Gaston), the dirty FBI agent that tried to torture her story out of her. Luckily Oscar (Francois Arnaud), the man with the tree tattoo on his arm from Jane’s memories, showed up, killed Carter and showed Jane a video that she had made before her memory was wiped. The video said that Jane had planned all of this herself. The tattoos, Weller, the memory wipe. It had all been her own plan.

We don’t want to spoil too much–because this episode really is great–but here are a few hints to tide fans over until Monday night.

No Time Jump

The winter premiere picks up right where the last episode left off. Jane is still with Oscar and he has some very interesting things to tell her about her past.

Jane Is Noticeably Off

After receiving some new information about her past from Oscar, Jane doesn’t know what to think or who to trust. She isn’t even sure if she should continue looking into her tattoos. Her uneasiness becomes evident to her FBI team and they start to question her abilities.


Tension Between Jane and Weller

Jane and Weller still haven’t had a chance to talk about that kiss and the tension is palpable between the two of them. Is this a relationship that they want to pursue? Can they pursue it given the situation that they are in? These are the questions that they are going to be asking themselves this week.

Patterson Is Back And She Is Better Than Ever

Ever since David’s death, Patterson (Ashley Johnson) has been beside herself. Understandably, she feels responsible and it looked like she may never get over it in the fall finale. But this week she is back, she is adamant that she is OK to work and she is a force to be reckoned with.

The Team Is Being Investigated

The FBI is convinced that David’s murder is somehow the team’s fault and they are not happy with their investigation. They decide to do their own internal investigation into the events that lead up to his death and Patterson is the first to take the blame.


Are you excited for Blindspot‘s return? What are you looking forward to in the second half of the season?

Blindspot airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET on NBC and CTV.