“Blindspot” has been renewed for a third season, TheWrap has learned.
Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleton star in the crime drama series from creator Martin Gero, which was a hit when it premiered in the fall of 2015. Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson, Ukweli Roach also star. Luke Mitchell, Michelle Hurd and “The Good Wife” alum Archie Panjabi joined the cast for Season 2.
Gero serves as executive producer alongside Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter of Berlanti Productions and Jeff F. King.
The news comes as the network begins to finalize its fall line-up ahead of its upfront presentation to advertisers next week. NBC has already renewed the freshman series “Taken,” “The Good Place” and “This Is Us,” as well as returning series “Superstore” and “Shades of Blue.”
The time-travel drama “Timeless,” the DC Comics comedy “Powerless” and the “Wizard of Oz” adaptation “Emerald City” have already been canceled Dick Wolf’s “Chicago Justice,” the “Blacklist” spinoff “Blacklist: Redemption” and comedies “Great News” and “Trial & Error” as the four new series still awaiting renewal or cancellation from the network.
On the pilot side, NBC has already ordered the Glenn Howerton-led comedy “A.P. Bio,” Jason Katims’ high school drama “Rise” and the military drama “For God & Country.”