If you are curious in learning about the Blindspot season 4 episode 7 return date, or really anything else that is coming up in terms of the show, rest assured that this information lies within!
Let’s, of course, kick this article off with a dose of bad news in that there is no new episode of the NBC show coming in one week’s time. As for the reasoning behind that, it’s also rather simple: Do you really want the series to air against Black Friday and with that, lose a lot of its own ratings momentum? There’s really not a lot of good that comes with airing an episode on a night when the majority of people out there are off doing some other things.
Of course, with this said there is still quite a bit of content left to come this season! Blindspot is a series with a full-season order of 22 and with that in mind, there will be plenty of opportunities to see Jaimie Alexander and the remainder of the cast moving forward. Episodes are just being saved for a later date, presumably when there will be more viewers around in order to watch them in general. This is, as a whole, the best thing that the show can be doing in order to support itself moving into the long-term future.
Now that we’ve said all of that, let’s get to actually talking about what is coming up next on Blindspot since there are a number of different stories ahead. Take a look at the Blindspot season 4 episode 7 synopsis below, which offers up a little bit of insight:
11/30/2018 (08:00PM – 09:00PM) (Friday) : Remi’s (Jaimie Alexander) schemes put her and Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) in danger, while Patterson (Ashley Johnson) and Rich (Ennis Esmer) solve a mysterious puzzle at the FBI. Also starring Rob Brown as Edgar Reade and Audrey Esparza as Tasha Zapata. TV-14 V
So basically, the main point of excitement here is going to be seeing what happens when Remi apparently flies too close to the sun with one of her plots, and puts both herself and Weller in a terrible situation as a result of it. From a dramatic standpoint, it’s not altogether hard to paint this as an excellent hour of TV. How can it not be when the stakes are this high?
If you like Blindspot, the #1 thing that you can do at the moment to support it is watch the series live! The ratings have not exactly been stellar this season and because of that, you do still have to say that there is a sense of relative danger all around it. We certainly do hope that there is a chance for a season 5, but that’s not something that will be 100% clear until we get around to the spring.
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