Jaimie Alexander talked to Fansided about the new season of Blindspot. You can read the interview here:
Jaimie Alexander is back in Season 2 of ‘Blindspot’, and the star is enthusiastic about what’s ahead in an even more exciting new season.
Tonight Blindspot officially moves to its new timeslot on NBC, and that means two hours less to wait for Jaimie Alexander to kick behind as TV’s most exciting heroine Jane Doe.
Season 2 is set up to be even more of a roller-coaster for Jane, as she finally learned the secret of her true identity in the season premiere and now has to adjust to a new role within the FBI team that still feels like she betrayed them. Meanwhile, how many answers will she really get about her past this time around?
Hidden Remote sat down with Jaimie at San Diego Comic-Con to get her reaction to finding out Jane Doe’s identity, and learn what else has her so excited about returning to Blindspot for a second season. Continue Reading
Jaimie talked to People about her Chewbacca impression and how it calms her down when she’s nervous. You can read the article here :
Jaimie Alexander is crediting a beloved sci-fi character to helping with her on-set nerves.
Most recently, the Blindspot actress felt nervous “during a fight scene,” which she said resulted in her breaking “the left side of my nose.”
The NBC star revealed to PEOPLE that impersonating Star Wars fan-favorite Chewbacca, a.k.a. Chewy, is what helps her calm down when she’s feeling anxious.
“I start trying to make everybody laugh when I get nervous and then I sometimes break out my Chewbacca impersonation,” Alexander, 32, told PEOPLE. Continue Reading
Jaimie Alexander appeared on Live with Kelly a few days earlier. She talked about her show and some other things. You can watch the interview here and look at screencaptures on the gallery:
Every week, TV Line picks their favorite performance on TV and this week it’s Jaimie ! Read the article (full of spoilers here:
THE PERFORMER | Jaimie Alexander
THE SHOW | Blindspot
THE EPISODE | “In Night So Ransomed Rogue” (Sept. 14, 2016)
THE PERFORMANCE | As far as memorable entrances go, crawling out of a duffel bag in the heart of New York City is a tough act to follow.
And yet, as soon as Blindspot‘s sophomore premiere began Wednesday night, Alexander had us as captivated as we were the moment we first laid eyes on her inked Jane Doe last fall — and she didn’t let up one bit in the hour that followed. Continue Reading
Jaimie Alexander talked to Entertainment Weekly about the new Blindspot season! You can read the interview right here:
Jane Doe’s life is about to get even more complicated when Blindspot returns for season 2.
After three months of being tortured at a CIA black site, Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) returns to the FBI, forced to rejoin the team to bring down the mysterious organization that inked her. Suffice it to say, not everyone is pleased about working with Jane in the wake of her season 1 betrayal. Now the question is: Will Jane’s mission to infiltrate the organization end up causing her to ultimately turn on the FBI? EW caught up with Alexander to get the scoop on season 2.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What is Jane’s mindset when we pick back up with her?
JAIMIE ALEXANDER: Well, she’s been held captive for three months in a CIA black site, so I think that’s a lot of time to reflect. She’s definitely in the mindset of taking charge of her own life and really standing up for what she wants.
What kind of guilt does she feel in the wake of Mayfair’s death?
She definitely has a guilty conscience about all that and she wants to make it right, but in a way it’s double-sided because she feels that the team pretty much gave her to the CIA. She’s been beaten everyday for three months straight, so there’s a lot of anger and resentment going on and sadness, so it’s definitely a heavy start to the season.
Jaimie Alexander attended the Today Show this morning with her co-star Sullivan Stapleton. You can watch their interviews and see stills & screencaps on the gallery:
Blindspot Season 2 is closer than ever and we’ve got some news about the show. Check out this interview with Eonline:
Blindspot featured gasp-inducing reveals and non-stop action in season one, but things are just getting started. How do we know? Because the exclusive season two first look below—it’ll blow you out of the water.
“It’s going to send you on a massive emotional roller coaster,” Jaimie Alexander teases in the new preview below.
Get a peek at season two, including new addition Archie Panjabi (who appears to be up to no good…or lots of good?), now. There’s also a recap to refresh your memory. If only Jane Doe had a video recap for her life…
“We have a lot of new faces who are going to help clarify who Jane Doe really is,” Alexander says.
And get ready for more action. Lots of it.
“Season two is going to pack even more punches than the first,” Audrey Esparza says. Yes, get ready for more stunts and car chases, Sullivan Stapleton says.
“I’m excited to see where it takes us,” Stapleton says.
So are we.
Blindspot season two premieres at a special time, Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 10 p.m. on NBC. It moves to its regular timeslot of 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
Jaimie Alexander appeared on eTalk, a canadian talk show, to talk about her show Blindspot and its second season. You can watch the interview here:
Jaimie Alexander went to the Live with Kelly & Michael last week to talk about her show Blindspot. You can find pictures, screencaps and the video here:
Martin Gero, Blindspot‘s showrunner, talks about the show to Collider:
On the NBC series Blindspot, Jane (Jaimie Alexander) is still reeling from a series of massive revelations about what was done to her and questioning whether to trust Oscar (Francois Arnaud), and she’s also begun to doubt how much she can take the FBI team that she’s grown fond of at their word. And with a mole now discovered within the FBI’s New York Office, the team must hunt for the operative while facing extreme scrutiny from Inspector Fischer (John Hodgman), who threatens to expose their deepest secrets.
During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, showrunner Martin Gero talked about moving full speed ahead for the rest of the season, why they approached the mid-season premiere like it was another pilot, not deviating from their original mythology, and that he’s known who Jane is and what her real story would be. Also, Gero talks about how suspicious we should be of Oscar, the bond between Jane and Weller (Sullivan Stapleton), providing some satisfying answers by the end of the season, finding the balance between the procedural and the mythology, and how being a showrunner is about being as decisive as possible, all the time. Be aware that there are some spoilers.