Renewed: Blindspot

US procedural has been renewed for a fourth season.

US procedural Blindspot has been renewed for a fourth season.

The series, which includes Jaimie Alexander, plus Aussies Sullivan Stapleton and Luke Mitchell, is produced by Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter. The third season has been pulling 5.4m US viewers in Live-plus-seven-day ratings.

Blindspot centres on a woman found naked in Times Square whose tattoos contain clues to crimes and airs in Australia on Seven.

Source: Broadcasting & Cable

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  1. The fact it’s been renewed is no guarantee Ch7 will pick it up again. Current episodes are showing after 11:00pm, I don’t know what the ratings are for this program but the very late time slot won’t be helping, I record and watch later.

    1. Me too re: recording it and watching later. Apart from Mary Stuart Masterson sleepwalking through an overly cliched role, this season has actually held up better than I expected.

      Also, just note that it’s going to be aired twice a week as of tomorrow; On late both Sunday & Monday (after The Blacklist).

    2. Seven owns the rights to Blindspot in Australia under an output deal. Unless they can find someone to sell them to, they may as well air them late at night. It could be at the end of the rights period though. Blindspot’s premise is probably the silliest ever: A Supervillian keeps solving crimes months or years before they happen and then tattoos clues onto Jane to keep the FBI busy and manipulate them. But it keeps on going.

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