Will Jaimie Alexander's Jane Doe and Sullivan Stapleton's Kurt Weller have more storylines in “Blindspot” Season 3? NBC

“Blindspot” Season 3 has not yet been renewed by NBC.

According to TV Line, the Jaimie Alexander-starrer is one of the nine other shows that are at risk of being canceled. Other shows include “The Originals,” “New Girl,” “Quantico,” “The Last Man On Earth,” “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “2 Broke Girls,” “Elementary” and “Once Upon A Time.”

However, executive producer Martin Gero told Collider last week that he already has plans for Season 3. Following the first few episodes of Season 1, the NBC series was renewed for a second season. But this time around, Gero came up with storylines for Season 3 even before the renewal announcement from the network.

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“I can’t speak to what needs to fall into place. I will say that NBC is deliriously happy with the show, creatively. And yes, absolutely, we have a plan in place. I had a three-year sketch of what we wanted to do with the show before we even pitched, and we’ve been running those plays, I hope pretty effectively. We’ve been working on Season 3, at least creatively, since January, and we’re in fantastic shape. It’s a very, very exciting season, and hopefully, we get to make it,” he said.

Meanwhile, the ratings for “Blindspot” Season 2 have been decreasing week after week. TV Series Finale came up with a record of the show’s ratings from episode 1 until episode 17 this season. Since episode 12, the show’s ratings have dropped to below one percent. From over seven million viewers in episode 1, the series now only has over four million viewers per installment.

“Blindspot” Season 2 airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.