NBC has picked up a comedy series that will be filmed entirely through video chats. Titled "Connecting," the series is described as an ensemble comedy about a group of friends trying to stay close (and sane) through video chats as they share the highs and lows of these extraordinary times. It is unknown at this […]
“Blindspot” has been renewed for a fourth season at NBC. The series follows a mysterious woman known only as Jane Doe who is found in Times Square with her memory erased and her body covered in a series of coded tattoos. But as she and the FBI team who discovered her work to decipher the […]
Everybody knows about the amnesiac woman covered in tattoos on Blindspot, but in Season 2, the rest of the team are also getting more time in the spotlight. Last week, Zapata (Audrey Esparza) discovered Reade standing over the bloody body of his former football coach with plenty of motive and no alibi. We talked with Rob Brown about the compromising situation his character has found himself in and what that could mean for the rest of the season.
A lot of shows kick ass, but only "Blindspot" can do it and look this good in formalwear. Jane and Weller are once again being sent in undercover at a high-society soirée — this time it’s a museum gala — to hunt down an assassin in this exclusive clip from Episode 4, “If Beth.” And nobody’s forgotten that the last time the two looked this good, they were playing a married couple. With all that over their heads, it’s no wonder that something as innocent as Kurt's helping Jane zip up her dress might feel like … more.
The agents on Blindspot are a serious bunch, fighting scary bad guys and shadowy government conspiracies — but behind the scenes, the Blindspot set looks like a pretty fun place, if these photos from star Sullivan Stapleton are any indication. Click through the pics here, and then read EP Martin Gero’s preview of what’s ahead in Season 2.
We spoke with Gero about what he calls the “brutal marathon” of filming 23 hours of feature-film-quality action a year and why it was worth it to risk burning out to make the episode.
"Blindspot" is the story of an amnesiac mole sent to infiltrate the FBI, so it’s a bold choice to expose the mole and her backstory at the beginning of Season 2.
With so much to watch on TV, it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.
Luke Mitchell and Michelle Hurd will join previously announced recurring player Archie Panjabi for the NBC sophomore drama.
With Comic-Con about to kick off Thursday in San Diego, the stars of Warner Bros. TV shows are proving they’re social media ready with a new video.
A barcode on an infant’s wrist matches a barcode on Jane’s. The baby is left in a bag (just like Jane — are duffels really the most efficient means of carrying tattooed individuals?) and is a genetic match as the child Bryce Warren (Mark Junek), the son of a former presidential candidate. FBI Director Pellington (Dylan Baker) tells Weller that he’s looking for Mayfair’s replacement and that he’s shutting down the Jane Doe project. Jane, kicked out of the FBI, surveils the baby and partially foils a kidnapping.
The Red Nose Day special is back on NBC, and we've got a first look at Jack Black, Adam DeVine, and the cast of 'Blindspot' clowning around for charity.
The purpose of all the insignificant missions Oscar has been sending Jane on was finally revealed, as the FBI building is put on lockdown by hackers masquerading as janitors. Allegiances are exposed and Mayfair gets arrested with evidence that Jane has been planting all year. The FBI building goes on a routine lockdown drill, but Patterson quickly discovers that she’s been locked out of the network, so it’s anything but routine.
Warning: This recap for the “Mans Telepathic Loyal Lookouts” episode of Blindspot contains character and story spoilers. A scavenger hunt set up by the tech’s boyfriend before his death leads to a serial killer and a surprisingly satisfying resolution for their relationship. Reade digs himself out of his hole, while Zapata and Mayfair dig deeper into theirs and Kurt’s family situation has a moment of stability before quickly beginning to crumble.
As a gift to our readers, Yahoo TV is giving away a free answer for a future New York Times crossword puzzle. Well, on the April 4 episode of the hit NBC series, reality and fiction collided when a message left for FBI agent Patterson (Ashley Johnson) by her recently deceased boyfriend, David (Joe Dinicol) in a Times crossword puzzle also appeared in that morning’s edition of the actual paper. The message was, “Got One Patterson,” David’s way of informing his grieving girlfriend that he had unlocked the mystery of another tattoo painted on the body of the show’s central character, enigmatic amnesiac, Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander). Related: Catch Up on ‘Blindspot’ With Our Recaps In the real world, that crossword-embedded message was designed by another David — David Kwong, the renowned puzzle creator and magician, who regularly builds puzzles for the Times when he’s not serving as a consultant on hit movies like Now You See Me. Since Blindspot launched to big ratings in the fall, Kwong has been creator Martin Gero’s go-to guy for designing the intricate tattoo-based mysteries that drive the series.