‘Blind Spot’, a series created by Martin Gero and starring Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleton, ended on Thursday, July 23, 2020, the same way it started: with Jane tucked into a sack in the middle of Times Square. The NBC fiction was released in September 2015 and spanned 100 chapters spread over five seasons.
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In the final chapters of the final installment, it was revealed that Patterson was not dead and that he took advantage of this confusion to secure the downfall of Madeline Burke. However, this character did not die at the hands of FBI agents, she preferred to ingest poison before revealing the location of the ZIP containers.
WHAT HAPPENED AT THE END OF “BLIND SPOT”
Although Jane and Weller were successful in defusing a ZIP bomb Ivy Sands planted in New York City, the protagonist of “Blind Spot” was not immune to poisoning. Patterson administered an antidote, but it was not enough, due to the high doses of ZIP to which Jane was exposed in the past.
As a result, Jane began to suffer from hallucinations, in which she saw people from her past including Roman, Shepherd, Dr. Borden, and others. Fear took hold of Jane as she felt close to death, however, noticing that the hallucinations were helping her stop Ivy, she decided not to receive the second dose of the antidote.
Jane was successful, but it was too late for her and she succumbed to ZIP poisoning. For that “Blind Spot” It ended the same way it started, with the protagonist in a bag, although this time the police kept her body in a body bag. Is she really dead?
WHAT DOES THE END OF BLIND SPOT MEAN?
In an interview with TVLine, series creator Martin Gero shared some details about the show’s shocking ending. NBC. For example, he said he had a lot of ideas from the start.
“Sure, there are some finale components in the show that I had in mind, notably returning to Times Square. But what’s exciting about working on a TV show is that when you start, it’s just you. It’s you, alone, in a room, then thousands of other people come in contact with him and add his incredible intelligence and artistry. You would be foolish not to let the show grow in directions you hadn’t intended to accommodate your amazing ideas. So parts of it, absolutely. But it’s really a collective achievement of the venue, ”Gero explained.
Regarding the dinner scene, Jane said, “I think there is no correct interpretation of this one. Obviously, I have my intention, and I and the writers have a strong idea of what we believe. But we wanted it to be a Rorschach test and I can’t believe how effective it is. Fifty percent believe she is undoubtedly alive, while the other half believes she is definitely dead. We intended it to be a one-stop-shop for everyone. [Risas] We wanted to do the things we wanted to do, but we also knew there were things the fans desperately wanted to see, at least for a while on the show. We made a big list and we were like, okay, at the end of our dream, what could we include? ‘And then we try to honestly put as many as possible as you can see it. It’s a very complete episode. But we wanted everyone to have an ending that they could feel good about after 100 episodes. “
Asked about the ambiguous ending, she said, “I won’t talk about whether she’s dead or not, but I think the ambiguous endings… here’s the thing. It won’t be an ambiguous ending for most people. Most people will believe it is one way or the other and has evidence on both sides to make this point. What we’ve tried to do is, yes, it’s ambiguous if you take a step back. But in reality, the viewing experience will be very clear one way or another. “