Blindspot "Sent On Tour" Review - AVClub

AVClub: The conundrum Blindspot faces is the fact that it’s never more boring than when it’s focused on its mythology and Jane’s origin story, which are supposed to be its biggest selling points. “Cede Your Soul” worked as well as it did because for once the show wasn’t bogged down in the story behind Jane’s tattoos or the whereabouts of Taylor Shaw. “Soul” was simply a strongly structured, well-performed case of the week with little emphasis on the foundational elements that make Blindspot exhausting. “Sent On Tour” dives back into Jane’s origins, as well as the mysterious “Daylight” program Mayfair has been fretting about since Jane first appeared, and just as quickly as Blindspot started to get interesting, it loses a good bit of its momentum.

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