“Blindspot” Season 2 won’t be complete without the three most important female characters of the show: Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander), Zapata (Audrey Esparza) and Patterson (Ashley Johnson).

Just recently, NBC released a teaser for the upcoming second season that mostly revolved around the three characters. The clip opened with the title, “Boss Beauties with Brains.” Footages from “Blindspot” Season 1 starring Jane were then shown. “Who is Jane Doe?” Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) also couldn’t help but wonder. One of the scenes showed Jane speaking in Chinese and Russian without really knowing how she learned both languages. She also took down several bad guys who tried to kill her last season.

The same clip also highlighted some of Zapata’s most impactful scenes from “Blindspot” Season 1. During that time, the character was forced by Thomas Carter (Michael Gaston) to track down Jane. While speaking with Jane, Zapata explained that there are some good people in this world who do terrible things.

Patterson, the person responsible for solving Jane’s tattoos, proved just how smart she really is. Not only can she decipher the meaning behind Jane’s tattoos, but she’s also not threatened by other characters’ mind games. In the final scene, the three girls could be seen enjoying a night out in the city. “Can we stop solving puzzles for one night?” Jane said.

“Blindspot” Season 2 will continue to see Jane, Patterson and Zapata working together. However, their dynamic will change after Jane accidentally killed their former boss Bethany Mayfair (Marianne Jean-Baptiste). According to Spoiler TV, Jane, Zapata and Patterson’s reunion will happen in episode 2, in which they will be tasked to investigate a dirty Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent.

Meanwhile, Jane’s real name will finally be revealed in the premiere episode of “Blindspot” Season 2. As of late, executive producer Martin Gero already confirmed that the character’s name starts with “A.”

“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