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Vulture Watch Will all of the mysteries be solved before the end? Has the Blindspot TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on NBC? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Blindspot, season two. You can bookmark this page or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's this TV show about? Airing on the NBC television network, Blindspot begins when a Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) is found inside a body bag that's been left in Times Square. Jane is covered with complex tattoos and has no memory of her previous existence. FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) and his team are called in and they discover an ever-widening web of conspiracy and »
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#FromJennifer is the third installment of James Cullen Bressack's Jennifer franchise. It stars Tony Todd, Derek Mears and Danielle Taddei as the new Jennifer. Check out all the details below as well as the trailer for #FromJennifer.
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Horror icons Tony Todd (Candyman, the Final Destination series) and Derek Mears (Friday the 13th, Predators) join Aaron Abrams (Hannibal, Blindspot), Meghan Deanna Smith (Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness), Trae Ireland (13/13/13) and Danielle Taddei (Pretty Little Liars) in #FromJennifer, the latest feature film from writer/director Frank Merle (The Employer).
#FromJennifer follows a struggling actress named Jennifer as she tries to navigate the high-pressure world of social media stardom. When she gets dropped by her manager for not having a big enough social media following, Jennifer loses her grip on reality and sets out on a bizarre revenge plan, designed to be filmed and »
ABC has has given pilot orders to two more drama projects, Deception, an FBI crime drama procedural from Chuck co-creator Chris Fedak, magician David Kwong, Blindspot creator Martin Gero and Berlanti TV and a timely futuristic sci-fi project The Crossing, from Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie (Criminal Minds) and producer Jason Reed, which touches upon the issue of refugees. Deception, from Warner Bros. TV and Greg Berlanti’s studio-based Berlanti TV, had been an early… »
ABC has added a pair of buzzy drama pilots to next season’s development slate.
The network has picked up two new drama pilots, The Crossing and Deception, TVLine has learned. The Crossing has a timely-sounding premise, with war refugees seeking shelter in an American town. Only there’s a sci-fi twist: The refugees are from America… and traveling back in time from 250 years in the future. The main characters include a local sheriff with a past, a federal agent and a mother looking for her refugee daughter… and of course, there’s a conspiracy at the center of everything. »
ABC added to its drama pilot orders Thursday, handing out official pickups to a magic drama from Greg Berlanti and the Blindspot team as well as a futuristic war drama from Criminal Minds grads Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie.
Ordered to pilot are The Crossing, from Dworkin and Beattie, and Deception, from Berlanti, showrunner Martin Gero (Blindspot), magician David Kwong and writer Chris Fedak (Chuck, Forever). David Nutter (Game of Thrones) is expected to direct and exec produce Deception, reuniting with Berlanti after helming pilots for The Flash and Arrow.
The drama, produced by Warner Bros. Television, where Berlanti, Gero and Fedak are »
- Lesley Goldberg
Maybe it's because we're only two episodes back but Blindspot Season 2 Episode 11 feels more like it's taking accounting for another episode than a full episode itself.
"Droll Autumn, Unmutual Lord" is a slow starter that doesn't pick up until its second half and seems like its primary function is to make Jane and Weller reassess their families. Or to make us hate basketball.
The core concept of forcing the FBI to work with the CIA was played out before, and better, in Blindspot Season 1. Not to take anything away from Chad Donella, who plays Keaton, but he'll forever be Jacob Clarke from the miniseries, Taken.
Keaton's an annoyance; Carter was someone you full-on loathed. So asking Jane and company to work with Keaton's CIA is more of an irritation than particularly tense, »
- Brittany Frederick
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The ensemble also includes Captain America: Civil War‘s Paul Bettany (as Unabomber Ted Kaczynski), Avatar‘s Sam Worthington (as FBI agent Jim “Fitz” Fitzgerald) and Game of Thrones‘ Keisha Castle-Hughes (as Fitz’s street-agent partner, Tabby).
Production on Manifesto kicks off this month, »
There are about a million ways that The CW’s Riverdale — a slick new reboot of the classic Archie comics — could’ve gone horribly wrong. (See: NBC’s Emerald City.) And yet the new year is full of surprises, because Riverdale (premiering Thursday, Jan. 26 at 9/8c) actually turns out to be an artfully crafted, instantly engaging teen soap with loads of potential.
It’s an unexpected revival, to be sure, because the original comic-book hi-jinks of 1950s teens Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead are about as dated as sock hops and chocolate malts. But the Archie comics have been given »
Season 2 of Blindspot has been hit and miss. With Blindspot Season 2 Episode 10, the show starts to put itself back on the right track, but still has some underlying concerns to fix even as it spins its story off in a new direction.
"Nor I, Nigel, Aka Leg In Iron" picks up immediately after the events Blindspot Season 2 Episode 9. It's literally right afterward – Weller and Nas still have dirt on their clothes from the explosion that killed a dozen FBI agents, and Blindspot wastes no time in showing us that it was Patterson who took the bullet.
It's really not a shocking reveal if you think about it. The victim was either Patterson or Borden, and Patterson is the only one that has any true emotional value to the audience anymore. Now that we know that Borden is Sandstorm's mole we don't care if he gets shot, set on fire or stuffed into another duffel bag. »
- Brittany Frederick
Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you have not watched Wednesday’s winter premiere of Blindspot.
It’s a new world order on Blindspot.
The action drama picked up right where it left off in Wednesday’s action-packed winter premiere, answering the cliffhanger in question: Who got shot? Turns out, the unlikely victim was Patterson (Ashley Johnson), shot in the stomach by her ex-lover, Borden (Ukweli Roach), who held her hostage with help from Shepherd (Michelle Hurd), who was seeking answers.
Jane (Jaimie Alexander), meanwhile, struggled over her decision to wipe away Roman’s (Luke Mitchell) memory and chose to lie about who erased his memories, as the FBI starts the arduous process of figuring out how best to use Roman as their asset. The Blindspot team also discovered that there was a blueprint for an extra tattoo of a tiger. Why was the tattoo taken off?
Related: 'Blindspot' Sneak Peek! Jane Lies to »
Blindspot is back!
It’s been a grueling six-week wait for Blindspot fans and on Wednesday’s winter premiere, the aftermath of the action-packed midseason finale (is Roman going to be Ok?! did Borden shoot Patterson?!) will finally play out.
Related: 'Blindspot' Boss on the Reveal of the Mole and Roman's New Reality
Et exclusively debuts a sneak peek from the return episode, where Jane (Jaime Alexander) has a chance to tell her brother, Roman (Luke Mitchell), the truth about his memory wipe -- that she was the one who injected him with the serum -- only she chooses not to.
“Everything is empty,” this new version of Roman pleads when Jane enquires about the whereabouts of Patterson (Ashley Johnson), using her own amnesiac experience to connect with him: “I was empty and these people [the FBI] helped me feel full again … You can trust me. I’m not going to lie to you.”
Except Jane tells »
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