The long wait for Blindspot's final season is nearly over.
NBC announced Friday that the fifth season of the thriller will launch Thursday, April 30 at 10/9c.
The following week, it will settle into the 9/8c, and it will remain there for the duration of its 13-episode run.
The Thursday timeslot is somewhat surprising, especially when you consider that the show was pulled from its Friday night slot during Season 4 for several weeks.
But the series is probably being used on Thursdays because NBC doesn't exactly have a lot of scripted shows to air.
The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has found the network making the decision to bring many shows, including the Chicago trifecta, SVU, and Good Girls to a close earlier because the shows were shutdown.
Blindspot Season 4 averaged 2.8 million viewers and a 0.5 rating in the demo, but by the time the show returns, many will have forgotten about it.
The demo tally did swell to a 0.9 rating with a week of DVR factored in.
Serialized dramas struggle when they are off the air for a long period of time.
As far as plot details go, NBC has yet to release a synopsis, but we can only assume it will bring the storyline full circle.
Not many shows get to conclude with a farewell season, but we also don't know whether production was affected by the shutdown.
It's possible all episodes were shot before the shutdown, but there's a chance some of them were in post-production.
NBC will likely drop details down the line, but for now, we have a premiere date. That's something.
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