Blindspot: Season 1

Blindspot: Season 1

Blindspot: Season 1

A mysterious, tattooed woman (Jane Doe) is discovered in Times Square, with no memory of who she is or how she got there. One of her tattoos draws the attention of the FBI, and they quickly realise they’ve found their first clue; one which will lead them closer not only to the truth about Jane’s identity, but a vast criminal conspiracy...

2015Rating: TV-14USAWarner Bros.
ActionCrimeDrama

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EPISODE 1.1

Woe Has Joined

A beautiful, naked amnesiac is found in Times Square covered in mysterious tattoos, including one bearing the name of FBI Agent Kurt Weller. Special Agent Weller and his FBI team must decode the map of... MORE clues on Jane Doe's body in order to thwart a deadly terrorist attack. Who is Jane Doe - is she an asset or enemy? Who wiped her memory? And who is behind the tattoos?

EPISODE 1.2

A Stray Howl

The team unlocks a cryptic tattoo that points to Major Arthur Gibson, an Air Force pilot with a painful past and a lethal agenda. Jane continues to search for clues to her identity and is... MORE haunted when flashes of a disturbing memory force her to question her past. Meanwhile, Weller thinks he might know Jane's true identity.

EPISODE 1.3

Eight Slim Grins

An infamous crew of thieves almost pulls off the perfect jewel heist, except one thief - with a Navy SEAL tattoo identical to Jane's - is captured at the scene of the crime. Does this... MORE man know Jane? Meanwhile, Jane receives a visit - and an ambiguous warning - from the mysterious bearded man from her first memory as Weller and Mayfair struggle with Jane's role on the team.

EPISODE 1.4

Bone May Rot

Patterson and her puzzle-expert boyfriend, David, decode a tattoo clue that sends the team to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). While at the CDC, the team discovers a hidden message on Jane's body that... MORE uncovers a plot that could have catastrophic global consequences. Meanwhile, Jane and Weller grow closer.

EPISODE 1.5

Split the Law

After a seemingly straightforward hostage situation turns out to have deeper international implications, the CIA and FBI find themselves racing against each other to apprehend the same criminal with a dark history. Carter expresses concern... MORE about Jane's trustworthiness, causing friction with Mayfair and testing Reade's loyalty to the team. Meeting Weller's family proves overwhelming for Jane as she grapples with her identity.

EPISODE 1.6

Cede Your Soul

When an assassination leads the team to a dangerous app that allows criminals to track government vehicles, they have to work with the app's surprising creator to take it down. Jane and Weller attempt to... MORE keep their relationship professional. Zapata struggles with a moral issue.

EPISODE 1.7

Sent On Tour

One of Jane's tattoos sends the team to a remote location where they find themselves face to face with a dangerous criminal in a case that puts Jane and Weller's strained relationship to the test... MORE and threatens to expose Mayfair's secrets. Meanwhile, Patterson breaks the rules to solve a tattoo puzzle.

EPISODE 1.8

Persecute Envoys

After a police officer is murdered, Patterson unlocks a disturbing tattoo that appears to have predicted his killing, and the team chases a violent clue trail to stop further attacks. Mayfair reveals secrets from her... MORE past to Weller, seriously testing their relationship.

EPISODE 1.9

Authentic Flirt

Jane and Weller go undercover as a world-class assassin couple to prevent deadly information from getting into the wrong hands. The intimate assignment draws them closer than ever. Meanwhile, David embarks on a solo mission... MORE to win Patterson back, and Carter clashes with Mayfair over how to handle a dangerous individual.

EPISODE 1.10

Evil Handmade Instrument

In the thrilling mid-season finale the team goes after a group of sleeper spies that have just been activated and race to stop a slew of assassinations.

EPISODE 1.11

Cease Forcing Enemy

Jane reels from a series of massive revelations about her tattoos and grapples with whether to trust Oscar. Meanwhile, a tattoo leads the team to a shocking discovery in the Black Sea.

EPISODE 1.12

Scientists Hollow Fortune

After a disturbed Iraq War vet shoots up a military base, the team exposes a sinister plot. As Jane and Weller race to stop a single-minded scientist, Jane recalls her own mysterious military past and... MORE contemplates a new relationship with Oscar.

EPISODE 1.13

Erase Weary Youth

After a tip reveals there's a mole within the FBI's New York Office, the team must hunt for the operative while facing extreme scrutiny from Inspector Fischer. The team's deepest secrets threaten to be exposed,... MORE and everyone is a potential suspect - but some, especially Jane Doe have more to hide.

EPISODE 1.14

Rules in Defiance

An anonymous tip leads the team to investigate an urgent death row case, ultimately sending Zapata undercover. After nearly getting caught during the mole hunt, Jane considers leaving the FBI.

EPISODE 1.15

Older Cutthroat Canyon

After a painting featuring one of Jane's tattoos is heisted from a gallery, the team discovers Jane is the real target. In order to protect her team, Jane goes AWOL.

EPISODE 1.16

Any Wounded Thief

After an armored truck is robbed, the team discovers that the stolen goods are chemical weapons and they must race to thwart a terrorist plot. Meanwhile, Jane grapples with a confusing memory of Weller... MORE - while growing even closer to Oscar. Meanwhile Patterson receives a phone call from someone from her past.

EPISODE 1.17

Mans Telepathic Loyal Lookouts

After Patterson discovers a hidden message in the New York Times crossword, she embarks on a tattoo scavenger hunt that leads her into danger. Oscar finally tells Jane more about who she was, and Weller... MORE seeks his Dad's opinion about who kidnapped Taylor Shaw.

EPISODE 1.18

One Begets Technique

In order to capture a dangerous international criminal, Jane and Weller are forced to collaborate with the only person he will meet: their former target, Rich DotCom. Jane must decide whether to risk hurting Weller... MORE by executing a morally questionable order from Oscar.

EPISODE 1.19

In the Comet of Us

When a school shooting breaks out during the investigation of a tattoo, the team splits up to take down the shooter. Mayfair copes with some issues from her past.

EPISODE 1.20

Swift Hardhearted Stone

When a mysterious young girl with a tattoo connection falls into Borden's care, he brings her case to the FBI team -- but her ties to a terrorist organization prove dangerous for all of them.... MORE Meanwhile, a conflicted Jane starts to grow close to Weller again, and friendship blossoms between Borden and Patterson.

EPISODE 1.21

Of Whose Uneasy Route

The FBI is locked down when criminal hackers infiltrate the building, trapping the team inside SIOC. As they fight their way out, the close quarters force Mayfair, Zapata, Reade, and Sarah to confront personal conflicts.

EPISODE 1.22

If Love a Rebel, Death Will Render

After an abandoned baby is found with a tattoo identical to one of Jane's, the team races to piece together the child's identity and save dozens of infants. A furious Jane confronts Oscar about the... MORE outcome of his secret missions.

EPISODE 1.23

Why Await Life's End

Weller searches for the truth within a heartbreaking and confounding assertion. Jane reaches out to a former suspect for help with Oscar. Meanwhile, the rest of the team struggles to help a friend...

Blindspot: Season 1 / Reviews

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

I don’t demand realism from a show about a tattooed naked woman dropped in Times Square, but there’s a line where it gets ridiculous instead of entertaining and Blindspot crosses it early and often.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

With a good cast and crisp delivery, Blindspot should at least compel you to stick around for a few more episodes to see where it's going.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

Blindspot really only works if you don’t think about it too hard.

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Paste

Paste

The pilot is too concerned with making sure that we move from one plot point to the next, without allowing ample time to actually enjoy the journey.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The story doesn’t unravel in a dynamic way, it just kind of clunks along and hits the necessary beats with precision.

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Stuff

Stuff

All a bit unbelievable, but that's okay, I can suspend belief for a good show. But add lazy writing and a storyline seemingly driven entirely by lucky coincidence and things start to grate slightly.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Jaimie Alexander is likeably vulnerable and earnest as Jane Doe... Yet the FBI agents are a dull bunch by comparison, especially main man Sullivan Stapleton.

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Salon

Salon

Blindspot is itself remarkably silly... but there is an element to it that vibrates at a more sophisticated pitch.

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The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

Paranoid as all get-out, it's visually sumptuous and wildly watchable...

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

The writing's not subtle but Blindspot's relentless action and the ongoing intrigue... make that easy enough to look past, for now.

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