Blindspot, NBC’s inventive crime drama appears on its verge to solve it’s last and final case. Yes, Blindspot season 5 is all set to launch and allow the series to go out on its own terms, proper ending and all.
The season 4 of Blindspot saw the series continue a slowdown but steady rating decline, averaging at the time of schedule pull, with only 2.8 million viewers. But something that nevertheless left the series with little leverage to argue against cancellation.
RELEASE DATE OF THE SERIES
By far, the fifth season of the show does not have any confirmed release date yet. But it is expected to arrive in the mid of 2020 keeping the issues of coronavirus in mind. If we follow the pattern, the previous seasons of the show have premiered either in September or October. So, maybe this season could also arrive at the same time.
The creator of the show, Martin Gero released a little trailer of the show on his Instagram account while lauding the pickup of the final season of the show.
While the renewal of the series did not come up with the number of episodes it is going to have, but some people believe that since it is the finale season, so it may consist of 13 or maybe less than that episodes.
The show cast includes:
- Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller
- Rob Brown as Edgar Reade
- Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe
- Ashley Johnson as Patterson
- Luke Mitchell as Roman
- Audrey Esparza as Tasha Zapata
- Kelly P Williams as FBI agent
Blindspot appeared on NBC back in 2015 as a slick, thriller brandishing the attention-grabbing imagery of Jane Doe emerging naked from a duffel bag fully covered below in the neck in mysterious tattoos; the root of a massive secret that has been followed for all reasons.
The show had been fielding the task of carrying on the drama after its main premise had been solved, essentially treading water as a procedural notably the chemistry between Patterson and the reformed villain Rich Dotcom. So, we can guess that many more mysteries will be solved in season 5.