"Blindspot," NBC’s new drama that debuted in the fall, returns Monday for a second season.
The show follows "Jane Doe" after she is found in Times Square, covered in cryptic tattoos. She does not know who she is or how she ended up there. The first season ended with a big cliffhanger, Jane Doe learning that the tattoos and amnesia were part of a plot created by herself.
"Where we pick up is her finding out more information about herself, interacting a little bit more that shows up at the end of the midseason and then just the roller coaster that ensues from there," said Jaimie Alexander, who plays Jane Doe.
Alexander said this new season will be more intense and have not only more action, but more humor.
"Blindspot" airs Mondays on 7NBC at 10 p.m.
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