Tying up loose ends. That is what this abridged fifth and final season was all about. NBC’s Blindspot centered around a team within the FBI who became involved with a naked yet heavily tattooed woman who emerges from a black bag in the middle of Times Square. She has no memory of who she is or how she got there so they call her Jane Doe (played by Jaimie Alexander). She is somehow linked to team leader Kurt Weller (played by Sullivan Stapleton) and her tattoos are clues to many different high level crimes happening around the world. As the team works the cases, the team works to figure out who Jane Doe really is.

That is background for those who have not watched the series. By this point, season five, we know who Jane really is. That loose string has been tied up. What is left to be done is the reputation of the team. They have been set up and are on the run. Now they are trying to figure out who did this to them while restoring their reps.

Those behind the making of the series have 11 episodes to come up with something which fans of the show will be happy with. Not tons of time, but enough. Jane gets the team back together and they have to deal with being shot, kidnapped, terrorists, old foes, puzzles, stolen paintings, the deadly Zip, and the powerful Madeline Burke (played by Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio).

For fans of action packed FBI dramas this series is for you. Catch up. You’ve got five seasons to binge.