Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Blindspot: Season One 2015:

     A mysterious tattooed woman who has lost her memory is found in a black zippered bag in New York City’s Times Square.  All her tattoos have been recently applied and they cover most of her body.  The designs are very intricate and the FBI believes the tattoos are clues to future events of crime in the city.  Special Agent Patterson is head of the FBI Forensic Science Unit and she has been carefully studying the tattoos.  The FBI has a team of 3 people in their Critical Incident Response Group and they decide to add Jane Doe as they are calling her to their team since she proves she has the ability.  She knows guns, hand-to-hand combat, she speaks many languages and she has courage under stressful conditions.  She may have been trained as a Navy Seal in Special Operations.  Her DNA matches Taylor Shaw, she is a young girl who went missing and she was a neighbor of Special Agent Kurt Weller.  He has always thought he may have been able to save her.
      Every episode is very tense and the team doesn’t usually know what they will face when they get to each crime scene.  This FBI group relies on every member to be constantly on their best game whether in the office or out in the field.  There is the danger of dying around every corner and they take out a lot of people during their work.  The actors are British and Australian actors.  The second season of Blindspot is now being shown on NBC.  4* (I really liked this series)

There are a total of 23 episodes in the first season, 5 episodes on 4 discs and 3 episodes on disc 5, TV Series, each episode 42 min, created by Martin Gro with Sullivan Stapleton, Jamie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, Ukweli Roach, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Francois Arnaud, Jordana Spiro, Jay O. Sanders, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Michael Gaston.
Note:  Imdb 7.6 out of 10, 68% critic 79% audience on Rotten Tomatoes, Amazon 4.4* out of 5* with 39 reviews.
Special Note:  Jamie Alexander has commented that she usually doesn’t say anything when she is actually punched in the nose during one of the fight scenes.  Alexander and Mitchell are both part of the Marvel Universe.  Ashley Johnson was Beth the Waitress in The Avengers. 

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