RELATED STORIES Blindspot’s Patterson and also Rich Dotcom are typically the ones fixing puzzles– as well as yet, they created a new one in the program’s series ending.
Throughout the NBC dramatization’s farewell performance on Thursday, the whole FBI team was rejected from their functions at the bureau, motivating them to consider new type of work. When Rich recommended taking place a global search for a gold-making device that Isaac Newton apparently developed, Patterson was done in– as well as also Rich appeared to believe their exploration would certainly make a good Blindspot offshoot.
“My buddy as well as I right here will dilate right into a grand series of primetime experiences that you really must see,” Rich hinted to one more FBI worker, prior to obtaining disturbed by more pushing issues. And also according to series designer Martin Gero, a Patterson and also Rich-centric offshoot isn’t completely off the table.
“I would die to deal with Ashley [Johnson] and also Ennis [Esmer] once again in any way,” Gero tells TVLine, when asked if Rich’s meta joke was meaning an actual spinoff. “If they ever claimed, ‘Hey, let’s do this,’ sign me up. I would certainly figure it out. I ‘d identify a way to make it take place.”
Though Gero wouldn’t verify whether a spinoff has legally been reviewed, he confessed that “we’re all requiring a little Blindspot break for the minute.” If the chance developed to bring back Patterson as well as Rich, he states “that would certainly be a desire. They’re entirely extraordinary, and I like those characters.”
Elsewhere in Blindspot‘s collection finale, which averaged a “B+” from TVLine viewers, Jane and Weller– looter alert!— effectively soothed a ZIP bomb that Ivy Sands had actually grown in Times Square … only for the episode’s last scene to recommend that Jane passed away of ZIP poisoning after they saved New York City. (Read our complete post mortem Q&A with Gero below.)