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Blindspot Will End After Season 5

The ink is dry

Amanda Bell

Prepare for another round of tattoo-tracking drama. NBC has renewed Blindspotfor Season 5, but it will be the last for the show, TV Guide has learned.

The series began as a mystery-drama in the vein of The Bourne Identity, with audiences meeting Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) as an inked-up amnesiac who slowly discovers that the clues to her past are drawn all over her body. Since then, though, things have gotten very dark for the series' leading lady. In the fourth season, she became the evil Remi Briggs again and started helping with Sandstorm's terrorism objectives from within the FBI. She snapped out of it, of course, but she now carries the baggage of guilt for all the ills that she, as Remi, has caused.

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Blindspot's fate was pretty uncertain in recent weeks; NBC had relegated the series to Friday nights amid declining viewership before pulling it from the schedule altogether. But fans can rest easy knowing that the show will get one more season to tie everything up.

The show, which also stars Sullivan Stapleton, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, and Ennis Esmer, joins the previously renewed Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., Manifest, Will & Grace, The Blacklist, The Good Place, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

​Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe on ​Blindspot

Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe on Blindspot

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