As we go into the third season of Blindspot, one of the big changes is that Luke Mitchell (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) is now a series regular. Series creator Martin Gero is confirming that Mitchell's character, Roman, is behind Jane's (Jaimie Alexander) new light-up tattoos. This was the big reveal at the end of Season 2, but now the show is going to jump ahead two years — and everyone has secrets.
Gero told TVLine:
"It would be fair to guess that Roman is behind it, but it's not about Sandstorm. It's not about taking over the American government. It's a whole new thing now. Luke Mitchell is a series regular this year. He's in every episode. He's our main bad guy, and first and foremost, he's really hurt. Jane is the closest person to him in the world, and she chose Weller and the FBI over him. He's been hurting about that. This isn't the only reason for the tattoos, but there's certainly a punitive part of the tattoos where he's trying to imprison Jane by them in many ways."
He seemed so nice as Lincoln Campbell on S.H.I.E.L.D.
Blindspot returns for its third season starting October 27th on NBC.