Blindspot season 4 episode 10 preview: Can Jane be cured?

Blindspot season 4Next week, Blindspot season 4 episode 10 is going to be airing on NBC and with that is going to come some very high-stakes storytelling. How else can you describe Jane’s life being in danger plus also a showdown between Reade and Zapata? This episode is entitled “The Big Reveal,” and that certainly does feel appropriate when you take a minute and consider some of the things that the show is going to be bringing your way. You’re going to see some potentially violent showdowns and if that wasn’t enough, some emotional moments as well. This is where much of the story of season 4 comes to a head.

Are we reasonably confident that Jane Doe can be brought back into the fold in a substantial way? Absolutely so, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some other surprise consequences that surface. Blindspot is known for its curveballs; the fact that it has taken this long to bring a version of Jane back is proof of that. It’s possible that these could relate to Jane herself, or that another part of Remi’s past could surface and cause some other issues.

For some more insight, check out the official Blindspot season 4 episode 10 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below:

01/18/2019 (08:00PM – 09:00PM) (Friday) : Reade (Rob Brown) confronts Zapata (Audrey Esparza), while the team follows a lead to a potential cure for Jane (Jaimie Alexander). Also starring Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller, Ashley Johnson as Patterson and Ennis Esmer as Rich DotCom. Guest starring Chad Donella as Jake Keaton, Britne Oldford as Claudia, Jen Richards as Sabrina Larren, Patricia Richardson as Dr. Nora Lee Roga, Allen McCullough as Christian Kearns and Evan Todd as Clay Roga. TV-14 V

From a programming perspective, there’s some less-than-fantastic news that is worth reporting here in that “The Big Reveal” will be the final episode of the month of January. On the other side of it, Blindspot is going to make you wait until we get around to February to see more of what’s coming. This is going to be a pattern for the series for the better part of early 2019, given that NBC isn’t intended to end the show until April or May and there are only 22 episodes in a season. There are going to be a lot of weeks coming with new The Blacklist episodes, but Blindspot will be taking some time off along the way.

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What do you want to see when it comes to Blindspot season 4 episode 10? Be sure to share some of your thoughts and hopes now in the comments. We’ll have more on the series’ future soon. (Photo: NBC.)

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