Blindspot: Season 4 (2018 - 2019)

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Episodes

1
Air date: Oct 12, 2018
2
Air date: Oct 19, 2018
3
Air date: Oct 26, 2018
4
Air date: Nov 2, 2018
5
Air date: Nov 9, 2018
6
Air date: Nov 16, 2018
7
Air date: Nov 30, 2018
8
Air date: Dec 7, 2018
9
Air date: Jan 11, 2019
10
Air date: Jan 18, 2019
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Critic Reviews for Blindspot Season 4

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It's 2018 now, the show just recently began its fourth season, and it's time to let Blindspot into your heart. Because this show still f---s.

Oct 22, 2018 | Full Review…

[Blindpsot] launches the audience into a new season of intrigue and complication.

Oct 15, 2018 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Blindspot: Season 4

  • Apr 11, 2020
    The fourth season is horrible. From the end of the second season, the series has been repeating history and taking the same turn after episode after episode.
  • Feb 24, 2020
    It's great and keep you attention all the time.
  • Aug 09, 2019
    So far this has been my favorite season of this series, Rich and Boston regular appearances bring comic situations to the series.
  • Jul 03, 2019
    This show has always required a pretty high degree of suspension of disbelief. This season broke it. The plots they are solving become more and more convoluted, the motives of the bad guys are nonsensical, and for no sane reason suddenly everyone has dangerous secrets. Everyone. Out of no-where. I will not be watching the fifth season.
  • Jun 03, 2019
    Season 3 was fine but didnt capture the appeal of the first two Roman went after Jane and the others for revenge and almost destroyed their happiness the drug that erased Jane's memory now reboots itself turning her back into her original self back before the events of Times Square Zapata and Crawford's daughter, Blake was revealed that they are working together as well taking over her father's company, Melinda Burke now runs Crawford's operations now that Jane is Remy there are way more tattoos to solve maybe for good and she plans to infiltrate the FBI as originally planned but where does her allegiance lie now? plus there's the fact that the drug she was originally given is slowly poisoning her so she has a limited amount of time A man named Stack from Zero Division has something Jane wants and she double crosses the FBI to do it She's also seeing hallucinations of Roman pushing her to carry out her objective Melinda Burke then comes into the FBI unexpectedly but only to throw the team off, Zapata may be in too deep as well doing terrible things to gain her trust it's also very shocking learning her true motives for going after the FBI since it's personal Her affiliate Dominic Masters plans to carry out her plan to unleash deadly weapons to blackout the country under the name Helios Patterson's love life seems to be in order yet after after a one night turns out one of the trainees is the new director's nephew making things more awkward More of the tattoos lead to certain associates of Sheppard to biological weapons to a bomb threat to a novelist writing fictionalized versions of the team to a swarm of bees to special guest star Bill Nye the Science Guy to Kurt's mother This season truly grows more sinister as the old Jane we used to know isn't herself and her nefarious nature starts to slowly unravel Happy to say the show gets back on track with developing Jane's dilemma and Kurt facing the horror of it all Can she escape from her Remy side and still retain her memories as Jane? Will she survive her body shutting down? The finale leads to a cataclysmic event the team must stop yet seems out of their control and the fact that their loyalties are being tested potentially ruining their connections to one another are they just family or just work together? can they maintain to keep their partnerships alive while taking down Burke? Everyone has a line they can't cross, paranoia and distrust ruins a marriage, there'll be plenty of excuses not to see family but sooner or later they won't be there and you won't get any more chances, we all have secrets kept from one another, if people can't change maybe they become worse versions of themselves, how many loopholes can government officials go through before it starts looking like corruption? Season 4 is so much better this time around thank god Jane is back in top form and each member of the team solving the tattoo cases faces bigger personal problems as well The cliffhanger is very sad seeing where our heroes have gotten to at this point but also very terrifying Fingers crossed Season 5 can try and salvage what hope is lost for them all
  • Jun 03, 2019
    I generally liked this season. I felt the individual filler episodes really improved. Last season the writers seemed to be mostly repeating themselves, but here they try some new things which usually pay off. Unfortunately, the overall story arc is the weakest of the group. A lot of it feels like a poor retread of last season. The finale is interesting, but I felt they spent way more time than they needed leading up to this. Jaimie Alexander gets to play double roles in this and until now I haven't realized how much a good actress she is. This season really gets into Jane Doe's character more than ever before. The wisecracking RIch Dotcom (Ennis Esmer) finally becomes a cast regular, and he and prickly straight man Patterson (Ashley Johnson) make a great comedy team. Longtime thorn in the team's side Matthew Weitz is now the director of the FBI and he brings a new dynamic in comparison to his predecessors, being ladder climbing and more humorous. They continue the Reade (Rob Brown) and Zapata (Audrey Esparza) romantic tension, despite the two characters not having much chemistry. I felt the character of Blake Crawford was really poorly utilized given the amount of time spent on her last season. Jane's daughter is weirdly dropped without even a mention. Most frustrating element of the is the main villain: motives are tenuous, annoying personality, and she kills so many underlings that you wonder why anyone works for her. I'd rank this season on the same level as season 3 but weaker than seasons 1 and two. If you're beginning to question your loyalty to the show as it moves farther away from the original concept, I'd recommend you still give this a second chance just for the individual episodes.
  • Jun 02, 2019
    I think season 4 was interesting and I like how the plot developed towards the end. I love this show and really hope there's a season 5.
  • Jun 01, 2019
    Although not bad, its a show that needs to wrap up. Too much of the same.
  • Mar 31, 2019
    See it to believe it that was awesome
  • Mar 14, 2019
    It's 2018 now, the show just recently began its fourth season, and it's time to let Blindspot into your heart. Because this show still f---s.

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