“Blindspot” Season 2 is set to return to NBC on Sept. 14, and new crimes and feuds will be in store for Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) and the rest of the characters.

Here are 4 things that you need to know ahead of the premiere of “Blindspot” Season 2.

Premiere Episode Synopsis

“Blindspot” Season 2, episode 1 is entitled “In Night So Ransomed Rogue.” The episode will focus on Jane's escape from the CIA after working with them for three months. The lead character will also reunite with FBI Agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton), who, despite their issues in Season 1, would have to work with Jane once again.

“After escaping from the CIA custody, the team recaptures Jane and convinces her to became a triple-agent within her old terrorist organization where she unlocks some major secrets from her past, while recent betrayals from both sides threaten to tear her and the team apart for good,” the synopsis read.

Episode Titles

  • Episode 2 – “Heave Fiery Knot”
  • Episode 3 – “Hero Fears Imminent Rot”

Big Reveal of Jane’s Identity

While speaking with Fansided, executive producer Martin Gero confirmed that new information about Jane’s identity will be included in the premiere episode. However, Gero clarified that some parts of Jane’s backstory will remain a mystery so they can be unveiled in the upcoming episodes. “Who she is and what her connection is with this group of people continues to be, I hope, a point of ongoing interest. But you’re not going to get every moment of it. We’re going to expand it as the year goes on,” he said.

New Cast Members

“Blindspot” Season 2 will introduce a slew of new cast members in its upcoming episodes. According to Deadline, Michelle Hurd and Luke Mitchell have been cast to play operatives from Jane’s past. Mitchell will give life to the character Roman, one of Jane’s contacts who was also mentioned in the Season 1 finale. Hurd’s character’s name has yet to be revealed.

“Blindspot” Season 2 will premiere on NBC on Sept. 14 at 10 p.m. ET.

‘Blindspot’ Season 2 A tattooed woman has her memory wiped out and dumped in Times Square in “Blindspot.” Photo: NBC