Blindspot

2015
4.7
2.46K reviews
TV-UNRATED
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Season 1 episodes (51)

1 Pilot
9/21/15
In the series premiere, the discovery of Jane Doe sets off a vast and complex mystery that immediately ignites the attention of the FBI, who follow the road map on her body into a larger conspiracy of crime, while bringing her closer to discovering the truth about her missing identity. Special Agent Weller and his FBI team must decode the map of clues on Jane Doe’s body in order to thwart a deadly terrorist attack. Who is Jane Doe – is she an asset or an enemy? Who erased her memory? And who is behind the cryptic tattoos?
2 A Stray Howl
9/28/15
The team unlocks a cryptic tattoo that points to Major Arthur Gibson (guest star ROBERT ELI), an Air Force pilot with a painful past and a lethal agenda. Jane continues to search for clues to her identity and is haunted when flashes of a disturbing memory force her to question her past. Meanwhile, Weller thinks he might know Jane’s true identity.
3 Eight Slim Grins
10/5/15
Jane’s Navy SEAL tattoo ties her to a criminal who may have clues to her past. When an infamous crew of thieves almost pulls off the perfect jewel heist, one thief – with an identical Navy SEAL tattoo to Jane’s – is captured at the scene of the crime. Does this man know Jane? Meanwhile, Jane receives a visit – and an ambiguous warning – from the mysterious rugged man (guest star JOHNNY WHITWORTH) from her first memory. Weller and Mayfair struggle with Jane’s role on the team.
4 Bone May Rot
10/12/15
Patterson (series star ASHLEY JOHNSON) and her puzzle-expert boyfriend, David (guest star JOE DINICOL) 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 uncovers a plot that could have catastrophic global consequences. Meanwhile, Jane and Weller grow closer.
5 Split the Law
10/19/15
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. Tom Carter (recurring guest star MICHAEL GASTON) expresses concern 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.
6 Cede Your Soul
10/26/15
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. While Zapata struggles with a moral issue, Jane and Weller attempt to keep their relationship professional.
7 Sent on Tour
11/2/15
One of Jane’s tattoos sends the team to a remote location where they find themselves face to face with a dangerous criminal (guest star LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS) in a case that puts the strained relationship of Jane and Weller to the test and threatens to expose Mayfair’s secrets. Meanwhile, Patterson breaks the rules to solve a tattoo puzzle.
8 Persecute Envoys
11/9/15
After a police officer is murdered, Patterson unlocks a disturbing tattoo that appears to have predicted his killing, leading the team to chase a violent clue trail to stop further attacks. Meanwhile, Mayfair reveals secrets from her past to Weller, seriously testing their relationship.
9 Authentic Flirt
11/16/15
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 to win Patterson back, and Carter clashes with Mayfair (Marianne Jean-Baptiste) over how to handle a dangerous individual.
10 Evil Handmade Instrument
11/23/15
In the thrilling midseason finale, the team goes after a ring of sleeper spies that have just been activated, and race to stop a slew of assassinations.
11 Cease Forcing Enemy
2/28/16
While Jane reels from a series of massive revelations about her tattoos and grapples with whether to trust Oscar (recurring guest star FRANCOIS ARNAUD), one of her tattoos leads the team to a shocking discovery in the Black Sea.
12 Scientist Hollow Fortune
3/7/16
After a disturbed Iraq War vet shoots up a military base, the team exposes a sinister plot. Meanwhile Jane and Weller race to stop a single-minded scientist, as Jane recalls her own mysterious military past and contemplates a new relationship with Oscar.
13 Erase Weary Youth
3/14/16
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 (guest star JOHN HODGMAN). The team’s deepest secrets threaten to be exposed, and everyone is a potential suspect – but some, especially Jane, have more to hide.
14 Rules in Defiance
3/21/16
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.
15 Older Cutthroat Canyon
3/28/16
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.
16 Any Wounded Thief
4/4/16
After an armored truck is robbed, the team discovers that the stolen goods are chemical weapons, forcing them to race to thwart a deadly terrorist attack. Meanwhile, Jane grapples with a confusing memory of Weller – while growing even closer to Oscar. And Patterson receives a phone call from someone from her past.
17 Mans Telepathic Loyal Lookouts
4/11/16
After Patterson discovers a hidden message in the New York Times crossword, she embarks on a tattoo scavenger hunt that leads her into danger. Meanwhile, Oscar finally tells Jane more about who she was, and Weller seeks his dad’s opinion on who kidnapped Taylor Shaw.
18 One Begets Technique
4/18/16
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 (recurring guest star ENNIS ESMER). Meanwhile, Jane must decide whether to risk hurting Weller by executing a morally questionable order from Oscar.
19 In the Comet of Us
4/25/16
When a school shooting breaks out during the investigation of a tattoo, the team splits up to take down the shooter. Meanwhile, Mayfair copes with some issues from her past.
20 Swift Hardhearted Stone
5/2/16
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. Meanwhile, a conflicted Jane starts to grow closer to Weller again, and friendship blossoms between Borden and Patterson.
21 Of Whose Uneasy Route
5/9/16
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 Weller (guest star JORDANA SPIRO) to confront personal conflicts.
22 If Love A Rebel, Death Will Render
5/16/16
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. Meanwhile, a furious Jane confronts Oscar about he outcome of his secret missions.
23 Why Await Life’s End
5/23/16
In the shocking first season finale, Weller searches for the truth within a heartbreaking and confounding assertion. And while Jane reaches out to a former suspect (guest star AIMEE CARRERO) for help with Oscar, the rest of the team struggle to help a friend.
101 Trailer
9/8/15
Introducing the first season of Blindspot.
102 On the Set
9/8/15
Season-only
A behind-the-scenes look at the first season of Blindspot.
103 2015 Comic-Con Panel
9/8/15
Season-only
Kristen Baldwin from Yahoo TV and the cast and crew from Blindspot gather together for a panel at Comic-Con to discuss the show.
104 Deleted Scene: "Pilot" episode, Scene 61
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
105 Deleted Scene: "A Stray Howl" episode, Scene 56
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
106 Deleted Scene: "A Stray Howl" episode, Scene 76
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
107 Deleted Scene: "Cede Your Soul" episode, Scene 1
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
108 Deleted Scene: "Cede Your Soul" episode, Scene 33A
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
109 Deleted Scene: "Cede Your Soul" episode, Scene 72
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
110 Deleted Scene: "Sent on Tour" episode, Scene 32
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
111 Deleted Scene: "Persecute Envoys" episode, Scenes 29-31
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
112 Deleted Scene: "Authentic Flirt" episode, Scene 4
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
113 Deleted Scene: "Authentic Flirt" episode, Scene 7
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
114 Deleted Scene: "Authentic Flirt" episode, Scene 53
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
115 Deleted Scene: "Evil Handmade Instrument" episode, Scene 67
2/22/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer,
Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why
the scene was deleted
116 Recap
2/22/16
Season-only
A recap of highlights from Blindspot Season 1
117 Deleted Scene: "Cede Your Soul" episode, Scene 4A
3/8/16
Season-only
Deleted Scene with introduction by Executive Producer, Martin Gero who lets the viewer in on a secret about why the scene was deleted.
118 Casting The Team
3/15/16
Season-only
A inside look into casting the perfect ensemble for the lead FBI team.
119 Oscar: The Handler
3/29/16
Season-only
A featurette about the character of Oscar and his role on Blindspot.
120 Weller Takes Action
4/15/16
Season-only
A featurette about the character of Kurt Weller and his role on Blindspot.
121 Double Vision
4/22/16
Season-only
A featurette about Jaimie Alexander's stunt Double, Ky and her role on the action of the show.
122 Rich Dotcom
4/22/16
Season-only
A featureette about the character of Rich Dotcom and his role on Blindspot.
123 Make It Go Boom!
4/29/16
Season-only
A small look into the special effects in Blindspot.
124 Tattooed Clues
5/10/16
Season-only
Featurette on the Tattoo production and story in Blindspot.
125 Bound and Gag Reel
5/24/16
Season-only
Spoofs and blunders caught on camera.
126 Deleted Scene:Scientists Hollow Fortune Episode, Scene 66
5/24/16
Season-only
All of the scenes that were cut from the broadcast episodes of BLINDSPOT are presented with deeply insightful introductions from Creator Martin Gero.
127 Deleted Scene: Scientist Hollow Fortune Episode, Scene A26
5/24/16
Season-only
All of the scenes that were cut from the broadcast episodes of BLINDSPOT are presented with deeply insightful introductions from Creator Martin Gero.
128 Deleted Scene: Mans Telepathic Loyal Lookouts Episode, Scene 6
5/24/16
Season-only
All of the scenes that were cut from the broadcast episodes of BLINDSPOT are presented with deeply insightful introductions from Creator Martin Gero.

About this show

When a mysterious Jane Doe is found in Times Square with no idea of her identity, but covered in freshly inked tattoos, the FBI calls in agent Kurt Weller. Why? Because his name is on her back. Soon, Weller and his FBI team realize that each mark on her body is a crime to solve, leading them closer to the truth about her identity.
4.7
2.46K reviews
Steve
July 9, 2021
Well after struggling through three seasons we couldn't take it any longer. This poorly written movie needed to be put out of it misery so we skipped the last two seasons and watched the last two episodes. Left with that feeling you get when you escape a pushy car salesman on a hot summers day. You know the ones that pull the switch and bait. Its akin to taking a teaspoon of peanut butter and trying to get it to cover a whole loaf of wheat bread. In the end they were just killing time trying to be cute. We are happy Bosch has one more season.....now there is a movie done right.
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A Google user
January 11, 2018
Great show, love how each episode has it's own gimick, like the team escaping a rural town run by corrupt cops, or the team accidentally getting involved in a school shooting. The camerawork is great, and it adds to the show's overall style. It's a small thing, but I love the gigantic timestamps, like the TWO WEEKS LATER towards the start of 201... combine all that with some mediocre action, a huge overarching plot that still affects every single character in the show, and some excellent acting and you get one of the best procedural FBI drama shows ever produced. If you're like me and don't want to deal with NBC's cesspool they call an app, all the seasons of Blindspot are on Hulu right now, and depending where you are, Netflix as well.
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Omar Arevalo
February 25, 2016
This show is amazing. A lot of really good characters, action, drama, mystery. But the male lead is very difficult to watch and listen to. And I'm worried that this show is going to end up being another generic case of the week show, instead of moving forward with its storyline and realizing its immense potential to become something truly phenomenal. I love this show. But come on it could be a hell of a lot better than it is right now. Starting with recasting Kurt Weller. And getting further development on the characters and central mystery
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