Monday, September 26, 2016

‘Blindspot’ Season 2 Release Date: Jane Doe Still Works With FBI?

‘Blindspot’ Season 2 Release Date: Jane Doe Still Works With FBI?

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“Blindspot” Season 2 is set to air on NBC this year and fans have already started guessing the big events that can shape it. However, executive producer Martin Gero has teased big reveals.

“Blindspot” Season 1 ended with Jane Doe not being Taylor Shaw. So who is she? Is she still with the FBI? Gero states that Season 2 reveals all that we want to know about Jane Doe. Additionally, it will also spill the beans about Orion.

According to The BitBag, “Blindspot” Season 2 will reveal Jane Doe’s real identity. This is because Season 1 ended with FBI agent Kurt Weller realizing that Jane Doe is not Taylor Shaw. The finale also showed Doe killing Oscar, though not on purpose.

It is now being said that “Blindspot” Season 2 will reveal everything about Jane Doe. Gero confirmed the speculation in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly. “You’re going to learn Jane’s real name in episode 1 of Season 2. You’re going to find out a lot. A lot. And it will be real this time,” he said.

Another The BitBag report indicates that even though Season 2 opens with the tragic events of the Season 1 finale, there are other big reveals in store. Audiences will know everything about Orion in the first few episodes itself. “Oh yeah, that’s a big deal. You will find out everything about Orion in the first two episodes,” added Gero.

Martin Gero also explained that all these reveals and the actions from the previous finale will surely impact Jane Doe. “Jane has a terrible last episode. From Mayfair dying to her killing Oscar to trying to come clean to Weller hours too late, she’s in a real state of flux going into next season. It’s going to be next to impossible for anyone to trust her again right away,” he said.

“This family that she’s created herself is then shattered in a lot of ways. Going into Season 2, a big thing for us is the show reinvents itself a little bit as far as what these relationships are, can they be mended, and if so, how? I hope it’s going to lead to some really exciting storytelling,” he added.