NBC’s Blindspot garnered overwhelmingly positive reviews from audiences and critics. The crime drama made its first appearance in September 2015 and became a popular television show at its debut. As of now, the series has completed its fifth run on July 23, 2020. And sadly, fans will not see another season in the immediate future because NBC has officially canceled the series as of now. But if Blindspot is picked up by Netflix or any other OTT platform, we see it returning to our screens. With that in mind, is season 6 even a possibility? To know the answer, make sure to read till the end of this blog.
Why Blindspot Season 6 was canceled?
Blindspot was gradually dying in terms of its audience ratings and viewership numbers. Season five saw a drastic decline in the views as well as ratings, which resulted in its end. Reports suggest that this series was not showings any signs of improvement. Additionally, series creator, Martin Gero said that he sketched a plan for the five-season series. And thus, he is grateful that he got the opportunity to properly conclude the story.
Though there is a slim chance of getting a renewal, fans still have plenty of content to binge-watch, thanks to its prior seasons. If you have not already watched this gripping story, head to Netflix, and enjoy it on a subscription basis. The series is also available for streaming on Amazon Prime, which is an economical OTT platform for many in comparison to Netflix.
Blindspot Storyline: What is it about?
Blindstory revolves around a mysterious woman, Jane Doe, who is found naked at Times Square with no memory of her past. The tattoos on her body are the mere clue to who this person is, and what led her to this place because Doe suffers from amnesia. A New York FBI agent, Kurt Weller is invited to examine the Doe’s case as Weller’s name is inked on the woman’s body. However, it turns out that the tattoos have hints of crimes that must be solved. Season five left no threads dangling, and gave a satisfying end to the whole story with Weller and Deo raising foster kids together. Weller and Jane’s bond grew stronger with the duo tying knots at the end.
At this moment, Blindspot season six is unlikely to get a green signal, but that does not shut the doors for a spin-off centering around a side character following what happened in season 6, or perhaps an entirely new series bringing in new characters and telling a different story that relates to the original plot in some way. We are not sure what the future holds for the series, but there is always a silver lining.
Blindspot Season 6 Casting details: Who could have been in the cast?
Blindspot features a myriad of A-star actors including Sullivan Stapleton (Kurt Weller), Jaimie Alexander (Jane Doe/ Alice Kruger), Rob Brown (Edgar Reade), Audrey Johnson (Patterson), Ukweli Roach (Robert Borden), Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Bethany Mayfair), Luke Mitchel (Roman Briggs) and Mary Elizabeth (Madeline Burke).
All the seasons of the series are created by Martin Gero. While NBC acquires the rights to the series.
Blindspot Season 6 trailer: Is it yet available?
Blindspot season 6 remains in dark, and its trailer is a long, long way off. Or just be honest, the trailer is the last thing we would expect to see at this stage.
We shall update this blog as more information becomes available. So, watch this space, and tell us in the comments your opinion about a possible season six of Blindspot, or are you content with season five’s end?