Blindspot returns to UK screens via Sky Living on Thursday 17th November for its second season. Read our Blindspot season one finale recap to refresh your memory of what happened at the end of last season.
The first season of Blindspot introduced us to Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) after she mysteriously appeared in a duffel bag left in Times Square. Naked and completely covered in cryptic tattoo’s she had no memory of who she was or how she got there.
One prominent tattoo on her back mentioned FBI Special Agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton). Right from the first episode the show had us on the edge of our seats and the twists and turns each episode kept us guessing right up until the end of the season.
Watch the Blindspot season two trailer below:
Throughout the course of the season Kurt and his team worked on decoding the tattoo’s on Jane’s body. Each time they solved the meaning of a tattoo it led them to a new case to solve and closer to helping Jane work out who she was. For much of the season it looked like Jane was actually Taylor Shaw, a girl who went missing and that Kurt had known in childhood.
Outside of her work with the FBI Jane was contacted by a man named Oscar (François Arnaud) who was linked to her past. He told her that everything that was happening was her idea and he slowly gave her new information as she carried out missions for him.
At the end of the season Jane discovered that she wasn’t Taylor Shaw and ended up killing Oscar. The season finished with her getting arrested by Kurt.
We can’t wait for season two to start and are promised some big answers right at the start of the series. After season one finished we listed the 10 things we want from season two of Blindspot.
Tune in to Sky Living at 9pm Thursday 17th November to see the Blindspot season two premiere. Check out the season two cast photos below: