Critic Consensus: Blindspot is elevated by an intriguing mystery and enough strong action to propel most viewers into a necessary suspension of disbelief.
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In the premiere season of this drama, the FBI find an unidentified woman (Jaimie Alexander) who has amnesia and is covered with tattoos, including a large tattoo featuring one their names: Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton). They soon realize that these tattoos are connected to crimes to be solved. They call the woman Jane Doe, and she begins to work with Kurt's FBI team as a consultant, under the supervision of assistant director Bethany Mayfair (Marianne Jean-Baptiste). Team member Edgar Reade… More
as Jane Doe
as Kurt Weller
as Tasha Zapata
as Bethany Mayfair
as Dr. Borden
as Edgar Reed
as Agent Rose
as Sawyer Weller
as Frank Surrey
as Rebecca Fine
as Juliette Chang
as Allison Knight
as Randy Luskey
as Rich Dotcom
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The show's urgent opening few minutes quickly pull you in with a kind of dumb yet instantly intriguing central premise, wherein a dazed and naked young woman climbs out of an unattended duffel bag in the middle of Times Square.
It clomps along from cliche to exposition dump. Sometimes they labour a point so obvious, you wonder if they think we are complete idiots.
Hopefully, the creators will settle down, smooth the show's rough edges, and get into a better groove.
Thor's Jaimie Alexander is likably vulnerable and earnest as Jane Doe, straining to figure out her past despite her amnesia. Yet the FBI agents are a dull bunch by comparison, especially main man Sullivan Stapleton.
It's intriguing, at the very least. I'm interested. I actually want to watch more than the pilot. Sometimes a strong mystery is all you need to stay hooked, assuming there is a satisfying payoff waiting at the end.
Audience Reviews for Blindspot: Season 1
A clever new thriller about a mysterious woman with tattoo all over her body without any recollection of how it happened. While the plot is ridiculous, it was well acted and fun at times.
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