Jane Doe’s (Jaimie Alexander) real name may have just been revealed – but only to those who know how to decipher the final clue.

Just recently, Entertainment Weekly teamed up with New York Times crossword instructor David Kwong in providing fans with a final clue that could help reveal Jane’s name. “To uncover Jane’s name we have designed a game: Be sure to take great pains, for there are capital gains. In ‘Spoilers’ they’ve concealed, here their meanings revealed: A wolf in language of old, locked up dank and cold; stank to the heavens for days; and one with criminal ways. Put these four in the mix, and Jane’s name you will fix.” Unfortunately, those who cannot decode the clues would have to wait for the premiere episode of “Blindspot” Season 2.

Meanwhile, executive producer Martin Gero previously told TV Line that Jane’s name starts with “A.” But other than Jane’s name revelation, “Blindspot” Season 2 will not only focus on the lead character. After all, Gero said that Season 1 was all about Jane and Season 2 will be all about trust and family. “For us, Season 1 is about who Jane Doe is. And now Season 1 is over. And this year is about something else. It’s heavily-themed about trust and family,” he said.

In other news, “Blindspot” Season 2 will also focus on the problems and issues within the members of the FBI. In the premiere, Jane will reunite with Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) and his staff, and this could trigger tensions between them. After all, Season 1 ended with Kurt sending Jane away after he learned that she lied to him about her true identity. According to TV Guide, Kurt will have a hard time working with Jane so someone will step in to get things done.

“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.” NBC