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NBC's 'Blindspot' filled with 'twists and turns' and tattoos

NBC's 'Blindspot' filled with 'twists and turns' and tattoos

NBC's new drama "Blindspot" is mysterious — but that's kind of the point.

The show, which premieres Sept. 21 after "The Voice," follows an FBI team investigating a mystery involving a Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) covered in intricate tattoos, each of which contains clues to crimes.

"Each episode is a puzzle piece," said Sarah Schechter, one of the show's executive producers, at the Television Critics Assn. summer media tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday.

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