NBC Fall 2017-2018 Schedule

On Sunday, NBC has reviled it’s up coming fall schedule for the 2017-2018 TV season and it comes with some big news comes on the returning show. The Peacock network has announced that the breakout hit The Is Us is moving from Tuesdays at 9pm to Thursdays at 9pm. In it’s new slot, it will…

Blindspot (S02E04): “If Beth”

Review:  As Blindspot delves deeper into the mythology of Sandstorm and Jane’s (Jaimie Alexander) past, the stake for all those involved become greater. The fourth episode of its second season, “If Beth”, opens of a security guard enjoying a nice juicy burger. That enjoyment only lasts so long as the audience watches as the security…

Blindspot (S02E03): “Hero Fears Imminent Rot” 

Review:  Blindspot continues to be one of the most action-packed shows on our screens, but what makes it even better is the way in which emotional vulnerability and humor also define it. It’s not all shoot-outs and car chases, but an exploration into a variety of human relationships both personal and professional. The episode titled…

Blindspot (S02E02): “Heave Fiery Knot”

Review:  With the second season well underway, and the premiere not holding back, this week’s episode of Blindspot kept the intensity up. Titled “Heave Fiery Knot” the episode opens as Jane (Jaimie Alexander) begins to remember the events of the army battlefield. I say begin, because it’s with a little help from Roman (Luke Mitchell)…

Blindspot (S02E01): “In Night So Randomed Rogue”

Review:  After the heart stopping end to Season 1, Blindspot premiered this week with one hell of a bang. 3 months after being captured by Weller (Sullivan Stapleton), we find Jane (Jaimie Alexander) being held and brutally tortured at a CIA Black site in Oregon. If you thought Season 1 was phenomenal, the opening sequences…

Blindspot (S1E23): “Why Await Life’s End” 

Review:  And so we’ve arrived. The much anticipated final episode of Blindspot’s Season 1. By golly was it a heartbreaker. But did we expect anything less? If you got to this episode thinking we’d get all the answers and a happy ending, you’ll be disappointed. What we did get, however, was so much more. We…

Blindspot (S1E22): “If Love a Rebel, Death will Render” 

Review:  No time is lost when this week’s Blindspot episode “If love a Rebel, Death will Render” kicks off. Jane (Jaimie Alexander) and Oscar (Francois Arnaud) are in a heated confrontation after she’s found out the lengths to which he – and inadvertently her – have gone to, to frame Mayfair (Marianne Jean-Baptiste). She’s understandably…

Blindspot (S1E21): “Of Whose Easy Route”

Review: With no time having passed after the end of last week’s episode, this week we return to the hotel room with Bethany (Marianne Jean-Baptiste). Crime scene investigation has come and gone, while she stands in the middle of the room not moving looking despondent. It is safe to say the repercussions from this are…

Blindspot (S1E20): “Swift Hearted Stone”

Review: This week’s Blindspot, “Swift Hearted Stone”, opens on a dark street; a young girl is wandering down, barefoot, bloodied and holding a notebook close to her chest. Before the episode really kicks off, it is safe to say with only a few episodes left until the end of Season 1, the creative team behind…

Blindspot (S1E19): “In the Comet of Us”

Review: Blindspot is quickly approaching its Season 1 finale, and it will no doubt so answers to long-held questions such what exactly is Orion? And Daylight? Whatever the answers are, there are sure to be even more questions. This week’s episode, “In the Comet of Us”, didn’t hesitate in welcoming us back to the present…

Blindspot: (S1E18) “One Begets Technique”

Review: A familiar face returned to this week’s episode of Blindspot, “One Begets Technique” and it is within the first minutes that we are reunited. Everybody remembers Rich Dot Com (Ennis Esmer) right? The fast-talking, somewhat crazy genius mastermind? Well, he’s back and we reunite with him in prison where he has just beaten the…

Blindspot: (S1E17) “Mans Telepathic Loyal Lookouts”

Review: Before we get to this week’s episode, let me catch you up on last week’s titled “Mans Telepathic Loyal Lookouts” in which we predominantly followed an ever-inquisitive Patterson (Ashley Johnson) as she – along with dead David (Joe Dinicol) – attempts to solve another tattoo. Leading up to their one year anniversary David had…