The drama follows the investigation of Jane Doe (Jamie Alexander), a mysterious woman who has no memory and is covered with tattooed clues to her past. The cast also includes Sullivan Stapleton, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, and Ashley Johnson.
Both Mitchell and Hurd will play “operatives from Jane Doe’s past.” The two join fellow new castmember Archie Panjabi, who has been cast as an NSA agent for the upcoming season.
Series creator Martin Gero teased some details about season two at this year’s Comic-Con:
It’s three months later and everyone has had a rough ride. Jane has been in a CIA black site. They’ve been questioning her for three months, and the rest of the team is listless. They’re going through the motions, and they’re dealing with anger that Jane is an impostor, especially after doing cases with her.”
Season two of Blindspot premieres on September 14th.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Blindspot? What do you hope happens in season two?