Blindspot: Season 1 Reviews

September 29, 2015
Thor's Jaimie Alexander is likably vulnerable and earnest as Jane Doe, straining to figure out her past despite her amnesia. Yet the FBI agents are a dull bunch by comparison, especially main man Sullivan Stapleton.
September 24, 2015
It's intriguing, at the very least. I'm interested. I actually want to watch more than the pilot. Sometimes a strong mystery is all you need to stay hooked, assuming there is a satisfying payoff waiting at the end.
September 22, 2015
Blindspot has a bit of a spark. Whether it manages to alight into something worth watching is another question entirely.
September 22, 2015
One's feelings about Blindspot will depend largely upon one's appetite for heightened action-thriller silliness. And once the show actually begins, Blindspot does not disappoint on that front -- though it disappoints in just about every other way.
Full Review | Original Score: C-
September 22, 2015
The vague feeling of disappointment comes early and lingers throughout the Blindspot pilot, which sinks its hooks into the audience only to immediately cut bait.
Full Review | Original Score: C+
September 21, 2015
You can't help but feel that despite the intriguing premise and hints of a complex mythology, viewers will be left holding the bag.
Full Review | Original Score: C+
September 21, 2015
As the Lady Sif in the Thor films, Alexander is already something of a warrior icon, and she is the main reason Blindspot comes out of the box (or that darn bag) with such tantalizing, high-energy grace.
September 21, 2015
If Blindspot star Jaimie Alexander... can persuade her Marvel Universe fans to join her for the NBC police procedural, the network, also responsible for similarly framed The Blacklist, has a promising new fall TV series on its hands.
September 21, 2015
Obviously, this is silly on a dozen levels, but Blindspot plays it depressingly straight.
September 21, 2015
Paranoid as all get-out, it's visually sumptuous and wildly watchable based on the pilot.