Blindspot: Season 3 (2017 - 2018)


Season 3

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Air date: Oct 27, 2017
Air date: Nov 3, 2017
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Air date: Nov 17, 2017
Air date: Dec 1, 2017
Air date: Dec 8, 2017
Air date: Dec 15, 2017
Air date: Dec 22, 2017
Air date: Jan 12, 2018
Air date: Jan 19, 2018
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Sullivan Stapleton
as Kurt Weller
Jaimie Alexander
as Jane Doe
Rob Brown (VI)
as Edgar Reade
Audrey Esparza
as Tasha Zapata
Ashley Johnson
as Patterson
Ukweli Roach
as Dr. Borden
Tori Anderson
as Blake Crawford
Ennis Esmer
as Rich Dot Com
Gloria Reuben
as Kira Evans
Chad E. Donella
as Jake Keaton
Bryce Pinkham
as Jack Izenberg
Bruce Davison
as Jean Paul Bruyere
Lauren Stamile
as Millicent Van Der Waal
Tarik Lowe
as Eric Vance
Andrew Long
as Max Kohler
Josh Dean
as Boston Arliss Crab
Linda Powell
as Ferguson
Peter Oldring
as DIA Dave Kirkpatrick
Heather Burns
as Kathy Gustafson
Aaron Abrams
as Matthew Weitz
Hunter Emery
as Derek FKA Thomas
Darren Goldstein
as Don Shipley
Coral Pena
as Alexis Parkin
Wendy Hoopes
as Claire Dunn
R. Ward Duffy
as Kevin Loewe
Ajay Naidu
as Sho Akhtar
Alex Ozerov
as Vanya Petrushev
Coral Pena
as Alexis Parkin
Tina Benko
as Yasmine Petrushev
Daniel Lissing
as Tom Jakeman
Natalie Roy
as Courtney Puritsky
Nicholas Calhoun
as Jonathan West
Michael Drayer
as Michael Ganzman
Josh Cooke
as Andy Taylor
Kathleen McNenny
as Camille Moon
Ami Sheth
as Afreen
John Patrick Hayden
as Johnny Sheridan
Jeanine Bartel
as Vanessa Baker
Amy Rutberg
as Marci Booth
Alex Webb
as Mike Shusterman
Jessica Hecht
as Dr. Margaret Palmeri
Bridget Barkan
as Agent Pozzebon
Lisa Bostnar
as Dr. Weber
Marcus Callender
as Agent Berger
Alex Morf
as Surjik Fells
Damiyr Shuford
as Agent Stevens
Paul F. Tompkins
as Booky Bentley
Kenya Brome
as Agent Singha
Frankie J. Alvarez
as Julian Milliken
Medina Senghore
as Agent MacKenzie
Carrington Vilmont
as Front Desk Clerk
Samrat Chakrabarti
as Ashish Jaffer
Michelle Hendley
as Sam Kadhoda
Anne Troup
as Agent Kim
Jonathan W. Lee
as Shady North Korean Man
Ron Rifkin
as Rob Donnelly
Manni Perez
as Vanessa Eckert
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Critic Reviews for Blindspot Season 3

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There have been times where Luke Mitchell's performance as Roman was terrifying, and there are times where I've thought there was a mushy center underneath it all.

Jun 21, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Blindspot has ensured that we'll tune in each week for clues as to what exactly happened in the time that we missed in their lives, while the new tattoos easily set up the week-to-week episodic element. It's foolproof.

Oct 29, 2017 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

The Blindspot season premiere may have started out by providing necessary answers, but it ends with a flurry of questions. Welcome back you ludicrous, ridiculously fun show.

Jun 26, 2018 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Blindspot: Season 3

  • May 01, 2018
    I’m disappointed in this show and have stopped watching since the season 3 premiere. It kinda sets up an interesting premise but it feels more of a rehash and unoriginal. The huge leap forward in time is what bothered me the most. I was looking forward to see how Jane and Weller get together and their entire relationship was all summarized in less than an episode and mostly in a crappy montage sequence. The same goes with the other characters and their development. Now the mystery is finding out what they have been up to in the past two years. I guess I understand why they did this, but I’m really just not invested in this show anymore.
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  • May 28, 2019
    Season 1 & 2 was good but very disappointed with season 3 i just stopped watching it of how bad it is and i spent alot of time on this tv show so just to see season 3 is bad i had to write this 😒
  • Jan 18, 2019
    I enjoy the twists and turns in this plot and the characters which are continually developing. I look forward to what might happen each week. Yes it's predictable as far as you know the main characters are going to come out of it every week, but the the new things they learn about different characters each week keeps it interesting.
  • Jun 25, 2018
    Who could see 3 years into the future to be the TATTOO ARTIST? Maybe NOSTRADAMUS'S ghost?
  • May 27, 2018
    Great show! I watch on hulu and love it!
  • May 21, 2018
    Enjoyable but not extraordinary unless you like lots of eye-rolling moments.
  • May 20, 2018
    Jane, Kurt and the others managed to stop Sheppard from bombing the Capitol and Roman walked away towards an uncertain future. Jane and Kurt then got married and built a life for themselves but soon find themselves once again fighting for their safety and their freedom Burtrum who was a former member of Sandstorm then sent out a hit on Kurt and Jane on the dark web after the FBI took her in. 2 years later Season 3 starts with Jane leaving Kurt in order to keep them both safe from being hunted; Kurt then finds her in Nepal with a brand new set of tattoos on her body, not to mention that Read, Zapata, and Patterson have all been abducted. The action then shifts over from NYC to Europe with our heroes once again deciphering several of Jane's tattoos to unlock more threats, the writers even find a way to go back to the fascinating enigma of Season 1. Now the CIA and the FBI now have to work together to combat a new threat. acting director Durst who now joins the ranks, Rich Dot Com even makes an amusing return to lend a hand Another new development is that each member of the team has their own secret in between the last 2 years everyone split up, that could potentially destroy them. Jane even makes a shocking discovery with a new ally in the form of Hurst the team is very suspicious of her and her motives. Jane feeling betrayed later goes back to a former flame of her past. Roman steps up his game to bring Jane and the others down with a man named Crawford and Nas makes a surprising return, too covering something called Project Dragonfly to which Avery has deep ties. She and Jane even bond a bit more while taking down Crawford. Tasha and Reade may be involved with one another unexpectedly, too. Special guests include Jennifer Esposito and Bill Nye. Patterson is also shocked to learn of Bordon's return after his betrayal working for Sandstorm, he became a CIA asset. Roman has a massive plan that has Jane and the team bring back Sheppard one more time. The finale has Jane dig once more into her past, mainly her childhood with Roman in Africa. We also finally learn the purpose of the orphanage they both grew up in. The last scene turns everything around entirely on us and the writers make a sudden dark turn in the storytelling which sets up much scarier things for Season 4. How many more tattoos are there to solve? What becomes of Jane next? Yeah at times this season is derivative but the team still kicks butt together and Roman does make a for suitable adversary. Jamie Alexander still owns this role!
  • May 19, 2018
    The weakest of the three seasons, but still decent. The individual episodes were mostly pretty good. A few of them were a bit repetitive of older episodes, Loved the Patterson heavy episode. One of the best. The humorous Dotcom appears more and he doesn't get old. Roman and the other main antagonist were interesting and three-dimensional, and Roman, who we follow throughout as he slowly develops his plan, in particular seemed to drive the season more than the protagonists. The big halfway crisis was pretty tense. Plus, the show makes the wise choice not to make most of the subplots go on for too long. You get satisfaction for most issues and questions pretty quickly. On the downside, we get more of the Zapata/Reade relationship, which remains pretty dry due to the lack of chemistry between the two actors. I also found the conclusion to be lackluster and didn't pay off the seup of the entire season.
  • Jan 13, 2018
    Show is going downhill fast. I like a lot about it, including the main two actors, but you need to fire the soap opera writers and hire action film writers ASAP or this show will tank.
  • Dec 24, 2017
    Excellent show amongst all of the drab reality and mundane TV. Pretty smart tv show, should be watched by more than it is.

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