It's November, no shows have been officially canceled, and we have our first new fall show to get a guaranteed second season. This television season is wacky!
NBC's Blindspot, one of the few bright spots for network television this season, has already been promised a second season by the network. This is a bit early for such a promotion, but Blindspot has done everything to deserve it and when you think about it, it was inevitable. So why not get the formalities out of the way now?
Blindspot ranks as the number-one new show in the 18-to-49 demo with a 3.7 rating and a 12.7 million overall audience when DVR numbers are added, thanks to generally favorable reviews and a cushy time slot behind The Voice.
In case you didn't know, the show has a ridiculous premise: the FBI finds a naked woman (Jaimie Alexander) inside a duffle bag in Time Square with no recollection of who she is or how she got there. Her body is covered in tattoos, each of which corresponds to different crimes and a greater conspiracy! Then the cops go catch bad guys. Sullivan Stapleton, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, and Rob Brown also star.
Do you think Blindspot deserves a second season?
Blindspot airs Monday nights at 10pm on NBC.