‘Blindspot’ First New Fall Series to Receive Full Season Renewal

NBC’s “Blindspot,” which launched a month ago, has been winning in the ratings during primetime. Averaging 10 million viewers a week, it has become this season’s better performing new show. Thus, the network has decided to go ahead with its full season order of the series.

“Blindspot” stars Jamie Alexander as Jane Doe, who has no idea who she really is and only hopes to find clues based on the tattoos marks all over her body. She’s under the care of an FBI agent Kurt Weller played by Sullivan Stapleton, who gets to solve cases also based on her tattoos. Little by little, Jane and Weller unlock the secrets of Jane’s past. But as the truth is slowly unraveled, some worries arise — will Jane like what she learns about herself?

According to TV Guide, the show has had the highest rated numbers since the season premiere of “The Blacklist” in previous seasons. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show is the number one new series among adults 18-49.

It’s the lone show to get a full season order from this season’s batch of new programs so far.

“Blindspot” airs after “The Voice” on NBC during Mondays.