Next week on Blindspot season 4, the end of the road will be here — at least for the time being. There are two hours coming up on NBC, and one of them includes an epic finale — one where the battle against Madeline is going to be front and center. There are going to be characters in danger, there are going to be surprises, and there could very well be some sort of cliffhanger. It’s nice to know entering these final episodes that there is that season 5 coming (even if it’s the final season) — just remember that there was a while there where we didn’t have all that much in the way of insight on the subject.
Below, CarterMatt has the official synopses for these two episodes below, just in case you want some more information as to what’s coming.
Episode 21, “Masters of War 1:5-8” – 05/31/2019 (08:00PM – 09:00PM) (Friday) : Dominic (Guest Star Chaske Spencer) begins to enact Madeline’s (Guest Star Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) cataclysmic scheme as the team rushes to stop him. Tensions rise as past secrets begin to unravel. Starring Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller, Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe, Rob Brown as Edgar Reade, Audrey Esparza as Tasha Zapata, Ashley Johnson as Agent Patterson and Ennis Esmer as Rich DotCom TV-14 V
Episodes 22, “The Gang Gets Gone” – 05/31/2019 (09:00PM – 10:00PM) (Friday) : Season Four Finale The team sets out on an international mission to stop an attack from spreading. Madeline (Guest Star Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) attempts to turn the tables as internal conflict threatens relationships within the team. Starring Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller, Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe, Rob Brown as Edgar Reade, Audrey Esparza as Tasha Zapata, Ashley Johnson as Agent Patterson and Ennis Esmer as Rich DotCom TV-14 V
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Obviously, what we’re building towards here is a showdown like no other with the FBI on one side of it and Madeline on the other. What makes this finale so strong is that beyond just what we’re getting in terms of physical danger, we also have emotional danger here as the team threatens to tear each other apart. This may be a machination of Madeline’s own, or just a product of a long, difficult run for some of these characters to get them from point A to point B. She’s got an endgame, and we just hope that some of these characters are prepared.
No matter what happens, be sure to stick around for two hours next week and relish in every moment — after all, there aren’t going to be any opportunities to check out what’s next until most likely the new years. Blindspot isn’t on NBC’s fall schedule, which feels mostly like the network’s attempt to prioritize some other things in the early going before finding a way to tie some stuff up.
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