Times Square is a beautiful place. It’s filled with big city dreams, neon lights and the hustle of New York. It’s also where a beautiful woman (Jaimie Alexander) with no memory of who she is or how she got there is discovered. She’s covered in a series of cryptic tattoos, including the hardened FBI agent, Kurt Weller’s (Sullivan Stapleton) name on her back.
As Weller and his teammates at the FBI–among them, wartime vet Edgar Reed, the secretive Tasha Zapata and Assistant Director Mayfair (Marianne Jean-Baptiste)–begin to investigate Jane Doe’s tattoos, an international plot blows up, as they discover each intricate tattoo on Jane Doe is a crime to solve. The tattoos create a map that leads closer to their truth about her identity and mysteries yet to be revealed.
The information they uncover might ultimately change the world.
It all happens in Warner Bros. television series, Blindspot.
For me, Blindspot is much like The Blacklist with a female lead. It’s a series that’s fast paced with relatable characters.
There is no doubt Alexander is the reason you’ll turn in. She is vulnerable and relatable. She can also be frightening.
It’s a great show that unwinds at a pace I can keep up with and doesn’t have me wandering the house, looking for comfort as Blindspot becomes white noise in the background.
I’m looking forward to Season 2 of Blindspot starting this fall and catching up with Blindspot Season 1 on Blu-Ray set for an August 2 release to stores nationwide.