Time hasn’t run out for Jane Doe. The Blindspot TV show has been renewed for a fourth season by NBC. The series, which once seemed like it could be the Peacock Network’s next big thing has hemorrhaged viewers each season, so the renewal is a bit of a surprise. However, the series has a devoted fan base and the network negotiated a license fee reduction last year so that the show has been profitable for NBC.
An NBC crime drama, Blindspot stars Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, and Luke Mitchell. After amnesiac “Jane Doe” (Alexander) is found in Times Square, FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Stapleton) and his team work to decipher her intricate tattoos. Despite a web of conspiracy and corruption, they begin to uncover the clues therein, as well as Jane’s identity.
Blindspot: A Look at the Ratings
The third season of Blindspot is averaging a 0.62 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 3.30 million viewers. Compared to season two, that’s down by 39% and 33%, respectively. Find out how Blindspot stacks up against other NBC TV shows.
The renewal was announced via Twitter.
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