Viewers want to know what secrets Jaimie Alexander has tattooed all over her body, and so does NBC. After just three episodes, the network has decided to pick up its new drama "Blindspot" for a full season, reports Variety, the first full-season pickup this year.
The network announced Friday that it will air 22 episodes in the show's first season, which has surpassed expectations and performed exceeding well for a freshman drama in its time-slot. With an average 2.7 rating/9 share in the adults 18-49 demographic according to Nielsen results, the show has continued to gain millions of viewers each week.
Produced by Greg Berlanti ("Arrow," "The Flash"), Sarah Schechter ("Supergirl"), Mark Pellington ("Cold Case") and Marcos Siega ("The Vampire Diaries"), “Blindspot” revolves around a Jane Doe (Alexander) who wakes up in Times Square with no memories and a body covered head-to-toe in tattoos. Each week, the mystery surrounding her unravels a little more as the FBI becomes involved. The agency then use her tattoos as clues to reveal a larger criminal conspiracy and, hopefully, discover her true identity.
The series, which airs Mondays at 10 P.M., also stars Sullivan Stapleton, Rob Brown, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Audrey Esparza, Ukweli Roach and Ashley Johnson.