'Blindspot' Season 2 Set As Final Season? NBC Threatening Cancellation After Possible Jaimie Alexander Departure And Low Midseason Finale Ratings?
The second season of "Blindspot" might currently be in hiatus, but people still couldn't stop talking about the show's future. Will "Blindspot" Season 2 become the final season of the NBC series? There are talks about a possible cancellation following whispers of Jaimie Alexander's possible departure.
The rumored exit of its lead star Jaimie Alexander is not the only reason why "Blindspot" Season 2 is the show's possible last season. NBC might also be unhappy with the low ratings on the recent midseason finale although "Why Let Cooler Pasture Deform" concluded with a shocking cliffhanger.
'Blindspot' Season 2 Set As Final Season Due To Jaimie Alexander's Possible Exit?
GamenGuide has previously reported on speculations that there will be no "Blindspot" Season 3. Some believe that Jaimie Alexander might be planning to leave the series after "Blindspot" Season 2 due to her commitments to more Marvel Cinematic Universe films. Unfortunately, NBC might not want to continue with the show without its Jane Doe.
Fans are not giving up hope on their favorite series. After all, there is still a possibility that Jaimie Alexander could appear in just a few episodes as a guest star in "Blindspot" Season 3, right? On the other hand, NBC could still choose to discontinue the show after the "Blindspot" Season 2 midseason finale got low ratings last November.
'Blindspot' Season 2 Faces Cancellation After Low Ratings On Midseason Finale?
"Why Let Cooler Pasture Deform" was an excellent way to end the first half of "Blindspot" Season 2. Unfortunately, the midseason finale didn't bring in as much viewers as the previous episodes. Some fans are now concerned that NBC might decide to cancel the series altogether in favor of other more successful shows.
Do you think "Blindspot" Season 2 will be the show's final season? Should the series continue even without Jaimie Alexander? Let us know in the comments below.