- Format: DVD Region 2 for the UK
- Number of Disc: 4
- Genre: Crime Drama,Action & Adventure,Thriller
- Starring: Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson
- Studio: WarnerBrothers
- Release Date: 2018
What’s it about
Following the shocking second season finale, Blindspot returns for its third season Jaimie Alexander stars as Jane Doe, a mysterious woman found in Times Square with her memory erased and her body covered with a series of coded tattoos. As Jane and the FBI team who discovered her work to decipher, investigate and solve the clues behind her tattoos, an ever-widening web of conspiracy and corruption is revealed, as is the truth behind Jane’s true identity and the organization that sent her to the FBI in the first place. Season 3 jumps two years forward. Agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) finally tracks down Jane, who’s been on the run. After the two discover a new set of luminescent tattoos planted on Jane’s body, Jane is forced to return to the FBI. Weller, Jane, and the FBI team set out to solve these new puzzles and stop the dangerous conspiracies they reveal. But the tattoos also expose the team’s darkest secrets…
It’s still a great show, but the plots are a little different now than when it first started. A lot of doomsday scenarios that get a bit ridiculous with the bombs, chemical attacks, and last second bomb defuses. Blindspot’s major victory is in the amazing actors and characterization. Roman is an amazing actor, so is Patterson and Jane. The amount of emotions and range that this cast has is incredible. They feel like real people which many of these TV shows fail to do. I do miss the mystery of Jane though we had in the beginning. Finding out her tattoos and why she was such a badass. And then we find out she always used to beat Roman and we know Roman is a massive badass. I wish they would let Jane separate from the FBI role and do her own thing with Weller similar to what she did with Klem/Clem.
Very intense, lots of violence, but very intriguing. Keeps you on the edge of your seat. Mild language, no graphic sex scenes, mild sexuality w/ some romance. Surprised to learn halfway through series you had to start paying for episodes. A little cheaper to buy season rather than individual episodes. Ordinarily don’t like to pay additionally but this was riveting enough that we did, felt we got our money’s worth.