Blindspot Season 2 Spoilers and Updates: More romantic angle between Jaimie Alexander, Sullivan Stapleton characters, action-packed scenes expected

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Blindspot Season 2 spoilers and updates promise to have more action than the first season, to provide the hype and excitement for the fans of the show three weeks before the season premiere.

There’s also the possibility that the characters of Jaimie Alexander (Jane Doe) and Sullivan Stapleton (Kurt Weller) will be more involved with each other romantically, according to rumors.

The official social media page of the series provided some teasers for the new season, including welcoming Archie Panjabi, who will make her debut on the show in “Blindspot” Season 2.

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“It’s going to send you on a massive emotional roller coaster,” the star of Blindspot, Jaimie Alexander stated to eonline.com confirming that the new season will have more action and drama and better than season one.

“We have a lot of new faces who are going to clarify who Jane Doe really is.”

One of the new characters and actors is Panjabi, who will play the head of a secret department at NASA.

The crime drama thriller is created by Martin Gero and also stars Sullivan Stapleton (as Kurt Weller), Rob Brown, Ashley Johnson, Ukweli Roach and Marianne Jean-Baptiste from among the cast.

Other Blindspot cast members also said they were excited about the second season.

“Season 2 is going to pack even more punches than the first,” Audrey Esparza, who plays Tasha Zapata, stated.

Blindspot Season 2 spoilers were also posted on Spoiler TV, which claims that episode 1 will be about Jane looking for Shepherd and episode 2 will reunite Jane with Weller and the FBI team. Episode 4 will see a dramatic scene between Jane and Weller and the budding love story between the two.

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Blindspot Season 2 premiere will air on September 14, Wednesday at 10 p.m. on NBC and with regular timeslot at 8 p.m. the same day.

Photo courtesy: Twitter/@NBCBlindspot

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