Blindspot: Season 5 Reviews

  • Aug 09, 2021

    excellent series, with very good plot

    excellent series, with very good plot

  • Oct 25, 2020

    melhor serie uqe ja vi na vida quero que venha mas capitulos.

    melhor serie uqe ja vi na vida quero que venha mas capitulos.

  • Sep 20, 2020

    garbage, not worth wasting your time

    garbage, not worth wasting your time

  • Jul 29, 2020

    This final season ended with a bang....story line was interesting with very few eye-rolling moments (which was commonplace with Blindspot) and the ending provided a thought-provoking twist.

    This final season ended with a bang....story line was interesting with very few eye-rolling moments (which was commonplace with Blindspot) and the ending provided a thought-provoking twist.

  • Jul 24, 2020

    it's the 5th and final run for NBC's thrilling crime-drama 'Blindspot' the final 11 episodes attempt to wrap up the storylines for fellow FBI agents Weller, Jane, Patterson, Zapata, Reade, and RichDotDom the cliffhanger at the end of Season 4 showed Madeline Burke's rise to power at the FBI framing the team for a series of terrorist/cyber attacks, turns out her father was denied a chance to work with the agency and she blames them for his death now Madeline wants to tear down the FBI to make them pay for what she lost it looked as if the team minus Jane died in a drone attack in a shack in Iceland but.... Season 5 opens with the team making it out alive but Reade sadly doesn't make it and the rest of them are still on the run two months later RichDotCom has been taken to a CIA black site and now they have to find a way to clear their names as well as remove Madeline from her seat of authority Can it be done though? How many loopholes will the team have to jump through to make it back? The rest of the team is unsure at this point since Madeline controls the American government and the public opinion, she uses all of her resources to try to track down and eliminate Jane and the others, Madeline also enlists the assistance of a woman named Ivy Sands to play a cataclysmic event Jane feels that every call she makes puts everyone in danger, her nightmares show everything taken away from her This season also flashes back to the first days of Zapata and Reade back when they first met at the FBI yet it's difficult for Zapata to get past the trauma of losing him The finale leads to Jane and the team saving as many as they can from the same chemical that erased her memory on a massive scale New changes take place because of everything Jane, Patterson, Zapata, Rich, and Kurt have been through so many past players come back flooding Jane's mind almost throwing her off making her self doubt everything she's ever done and the final action set piece terrifically ties back to the start of the show it's been such a fun ride seeing Jaimie Alexander play one of the best kick-ass female leads on prime time television; a woman who lost her identity but thanks to the help of a dedicated team of the FBI she's been able to unlock more secrets of her past as well as prevent several disasters from happening I'm so relieved NBC gave me a reason to tune in again ever since 'Heroes' got cancelled and this was an effective, action-packed drama-filled thriller of a show gave me great characters, well-written plot twists and turns, some intense action scenes, and tricky emotions Blake Neely's score added some coolness to each episode and the creator Martin Gero succeeded in presenting an original idea that's actually pretty cinema-worthy even if it was just for television well, so long Jane Doe, Kurt Weller, Tasha Zapata, RichDotCom, Edgar Reade, and Patterson and thank you so much for your service not just at the FBI but also providing genuine thrills and exciting adventures to protect America and its freedoms thank you 'Blindspot' for being another staple of my tv watching for life!

    it's the 5th and final run for NBC's thrilling crime-drama 'Blindspot' the final 11 episodes attempt to wrap up the storylines for fellow FBI agents Weller, Jane, Patterson, Zapata, Reade, and RichDotDom the cliffhanger at the end of Season 4 showed Madeline Burke's rise to power at the FBI framing the team for a series of terrorist/cyber attacks, turns out her father was denied a chance to work with the agency and she blames them for his death now Madeline wants to tear down the FBI to make them pay for what she lost it looked as if the team minus Jane died in a drone attack in a shack in Iceland but.... Season 5 opens with the team making it out alive but Reade sadly doesn't make it and the rest of them are still on the run two months later RichDotCom has been taken to a CIA black site and now they have to find a way to clear their names as well as remove Madeline from her seat of authority Can it be done though? How many loopholes will the team have to jump through to make it back? The rest of the team is unsure at this point since Madeline controls the American government and the public opinion, she uses all of her resources to try to track down and eliminate Jane and the others, Madeline also enlists the assistance of a woman named Ivy Sands to play a cataclysmic event Jane feels that every call she makes puts everyone in danger, her nightmares show everything taken away from her This season also flashes back to the first days of Zapata and Reade back when they first met at the FBI yet it's difficult for Zapata to get past the trauma of losing him The finale leads to Jane and the team saving as many as they can from the same chemical that erased her memory on a massive scale New changes take place because of everything Jane, Patterson, Zapata, Rich, and Kurt have been through so many past players come back flooding Jane's mind almost throwing her off making her self doubt everything she's ever done and the final action set piece terrifically ties back to the start of the show it's been such a fun ride seeing Jaimie Alexander play one of the best kick-ass female leads on prime time television; a woman who lost her identity but thanks to the help of a dedicated team of the FBI she's been able to unlock more secrets of her past as well as prevent several disasters from happening I'm so relieved NBC gave me a reason to tune in again ever since 'Heroes' got cancelled and this was an effective, action-packed drama-filled thriller of a show gave me great characters, well-written plot twists and turns, some intense action scenes, and tricky emotions Blake Neely's score added some coolness to each episode and the creator Martin Gero succeeded in presenting an original idea that's actually pretty cinema-worthy even if it was just for television well, so long Jane Doe, Kurt Weller, Tasha Zapata, RichDotCom, Edgar Reade, and Patterson and thank you so much for your service not just at the FBI but also providing genuine thrills and exciting adventures to protect America and its freedoms thank you 'Blindspot' for being another staple of my tv watching for life!

  • Jul 12, 2020

    Finishing the show on an amazing note. After the slop of s4 this is amazing!

    Finishing the show on an amazing note. After the slop of s4 this is amazing!

  • Jun 09, 2020

    So disappointed that the writers decided to kill of Reade's character. I was sooo looking forward to Tasha and Reade's relationship developing further, they finally gave in to the love that they both had for each other the entire time, then bam! Reade is killed! Every role of an African American on this show has been eliminated every single season? So very cliche, "the black character always dies first" ...going back to the very beginning... offing Mayfair and every character of color from there..Good, bad or indifferent..Dr. Borden and even Shepherd..blah, after I watched Reade's character crushed under a mountain of rocks..I've had a hard time tuning in..what do the writers have against black characters? They do bring something to the storyline..a good mix is always better.. I may be done with the show after seeing this ridiculous pattern. ✌🏽

    So disappointed that the writers decided to kill of Reade's character. I was sooo looking forward to Tasha and Reade's relationship developing further, they finally gave in to the love that they both had for each other the entire time, then bam! Reade is killed! Every role of an African American on this show has been eliminated every single season? So very cliche, "the black character always dies first" ...going back to the very beginning... offing Mayfair and every character of color from there..Good, bad or indifferent..Dr. Borden and even Shepherd..blah, after I watched Reade's character crushed under a mountain of rocks..I've had a hard time tuning in..what do the writers have against black characters? They do bring something to the storyline..a good mix is always better.. I may be done with the show after seeing this ridiculous pattern. ✌🏽