Will Jane (Jaimie Alexander) and Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) return to “Blindspot” Season 4? NBC

“Blindspot” may be at risk of cancellation after only three seasons.

According to TV Line, the Jaimie Alexander-starrer has not received impressive ratings throughout Season 3. In fact, “Blindspot” has already been dubbed as NBC’s lowest-rated series this season.

But the network hasn’t made an official announcement yet, and it’s possible that “Blindspot” will also be renewed for Season 4. After all, fans predicted that the drama will not be renewed for Season 3, but it was picked up just in time.

The announcement was made in May of last year after the show only received a 1.0 rating in the demo and 0.9 rating in the finale. But NBC may have given “Blindspot” a third season because series creator Martin Gero previously said that he’s already plotted storylines until Season 3.

While speaking with Collider, Gero said that he was very optimistic about “Blindspot” getting a Season 3 renewal. But if Season 2 would’ve been the last for the show, he would have also been satisfied with how they ended the series at that time.

“Blindspot” Season 3 was also moved to a Friday timeslot, which is very typical for shows that are at risk of cancellation. The series used to air on Wednesdays, but it was moved to Monday nights in Season 2. A similar thing happened with “The Vampire Diaries.” The Ian Somerhalder-starrer aired on Wednesdays for several seasons, but was moved to Friday before it was cancelled by The CW.

Meanwhile, “Blindspot” Season 3 will release its 10th episode on Friday, Jan. 19. “Balance of Might” will center on Reade’s (Rob Brown) journalist girlfriend (Reshma Shetty) helping the team thwart a terrorist plot.

“Blindspot” Season 3 was picked up for a total of 18 episodes, which is also much less compared to the number of installments released in Seasons 1 and 2. But the fate of the series remains unknown and will only be revealed sometime in May.

“Blindspot” Season 3 airs Fridays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.