Blindspot (S03E13): “Warning Shot”

Review: The episode Blindspot returned from its break with was one of this season’s best episodes. The emotional storyline perfectly balanced the fun action. The plotline that has run throughout gets furthered this episode, “Warning Shot.” The one-liners were my favorite part, though, as it added some funny to the episode. The chases and undercover…

Blindspot (S03E12): “Two Legendary Chums”

Review: This episode was a good showcase of Blindspot’s quality before it goes on hiatus for the Winter Olympics (I think so at least). The unanswered questions should tide viewers over until then. A bit of the fun of Blindspot is the mysteries. This episode had so many mysteries as it separated the puzzle pieces…

Blindspot (S03E11): Technology Wizards

Review: He lied to his wife Jane about finding out her daughter existed (and subsequently playing a role in her alleged death), but Kurt Weller got a chance at redemption this episode when they set off to rescue Avery. The biology that went into describing Avery’s unseen torture gave me chills. The benefit of such…

Blindspot (S03E10): Balance of Might

Review: The end of this episode effectively set the pacing for how the show is going to unfold the story of Jane’s daughter Avery now that she’s alive. Avery lived after she was apparently shot during Weller’s botched operation, which, we now know, she was a part of at Roman’s behest. The issues that arose…

Blindspot (S03E09): Hot Burning Flames

Review: Around the five minute mark, I realized exactly what this midseason premiere was going for. Weller finally tells Jane the truth about him causing her daughter’s death while the team takes on the case of the week by themselves which was exciting to watch. Out of this emotional turmoil, the team, especially Zapata and…

Blindspot Catch Up

Review: My holidays were spent catching up on the wonderful new season and reviewing the experience. Here goes nothing: The storyline so far this season has been an improvement from the overtly gritty second season. It’s afterwards, when I’m putting all my thoughts together, that I realize how well the second season set the third…

Blindspot Season 3: First Look & Sneak Peek

Blindspot fans, the wait is over for new details on the third season. The problem is, you’re gonna have to wait a little longer, say Friday, October 27th at 8/7c. That’s when Blindspot will premiere. But here’s a first look and sneak peek at the third season: Thoughts about the third season? Leave a comment….

NBC Fall 2017-2018 Schedule

On Sunday, NBC has reviled it’s up coming fall schedule for the 2017-2018 TV season and it comes with some big news comes on the returning show. The Peacock network has announced that the breakout hit The Is Us is moving from Tuesdays at 9pm to Thursdays at 9pm. In it’s new slot, it will…

Blindspot (S02E04): “If Beth”

Review:  As Blindspot delves deeper into the mythology of Sandstorm and Jane’s (Jaimie Alexander) past, the stake for all those involved become greater. The fourth episode of its second season, “If Beth”, opens of a security guard enjoying a nice juicy burger. That enjoyment only lasts so long as the audience watches as the security…

Blindspot (S02E03): “Hero Fears Imminent Rot” 

Review:  Blindspot continues to be one of the most action-packed shows on our screens, but what makes it even better is the way in which emotional vulnerability and humor also define it. It’s not all shoot-outs and car chases, but an exploration into a variety of human relationships both personal and professional. The episode titled…

Blindspot (S02E02): “Heave Fiery Knot”

Review:  With the second season well underway, and the premiere not holding back, this week’s episode of Blindspot kept the intensity up. Titled “Heave Fiery Knot” the episode opens as Jane (Jaimie Alexander) begins to remember the events of the army battlefield. I say begin, because it’s with a little help from Roman (Luke Mitchell)…

Blindspot (S02E01): “In Night So Randomed Rogue”

Review:  After the heart stopping end to Season 1, Blindspot premiered this week with one hell of a bang. 3 months after being captured by Weller (Sullivan Stapleton), we find Jane (Jaimie Alexander) being held and brutally tortured at a CIA Black site in Oregon. If you thought Season 1 was phenomenal, the opening sequences…