“Blindspot” Season 2 cast member Sullivan Stapleton was recently spotted on the set of the hit NBC series.

Christina M. Kim, a writer and producer for “Blindspot,” shared a Twitter photo of Sullivan talking to a staff member in between takes. The snap was taken at the show’s studio location in Brooklyn.

Kim also posted a photo of “Blindspot” cast members Ashley Johnson and Audrey Esparza with newcomer Archie Panjabi goofing around on set. Johnson’s Patterson and Esparza’s Zapata will be working closely with Panjabi’s yet-to-be-named character in Season 2.

Meanwhile, big things will be unveiled in “Blindspot” Season 2, according to executive producer Martin Gero. While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Gero confirmed that Jane Doe’s (Jaimie Alexander) real name will be revealed in the first two episodes of the series. He also promised fans that new information about Jane will be unveiled, and this time around it will be real.

In Season 1, fans were led to believe that Jane and Taylor Shaw are the same person. “I was intentionally vague when talking about Taylor. I referred to her as Jane most of the time,” Gero explained.

The exec also told TV Line at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con that Jane’s real name starts with “A.”

In other news, “Blindspot” Season 2 will pick up three months after the events of the Season 1 finale. “And Jane Doe has been in a CIA black site. You know, that’s a rough three months for anyone who’s spent a few months in a CIA black site. And the rest of the cast is just trying to come to terms with the end of the year when they found out that Jane was sort of a double agent and wasn’t Taylor Shaw,” Gero told the publication.

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