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‘Blindspot’ Finale Sneak Peek: Jane Doesn’t Know Who to Trust

The “Blindspot” Season 1 finale is upon us, and we have plenty of questions going into the final hour, including whether Jane Doe really is Taylor Shaw, following last week’s deathbed confession that Weller’s father apparently did kill Taylor as a child, leaving her “under the fort.” If that’s true, then who is Jane?

Regardless of her real identity, Jane is running out of people to believe in, after Oscar shot and killed Mayfair in Episode 22 to prevent the disgraced FBI boss from revealing the truth about Jane’s unwitting frame job. In Variety‘s exclusive sneak peek from the May 23 season finale, we see Jane reach out to a former suspect, hacker Ana Montes (guest star Aimee Carrero), who was first introduced in Episode 6, for help with Oscar.

“Someone I trusted did something horrible — I don’t know who I can trust anymore,” Jane tells Ana. “I don’t even know if I can trust myself.”

Here’s the official description for Episode 23, titled “Why Await Life’s End”: Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) searches for the truth within a heartbreaking and confounding assertion. Jane (Jaimie Alexander) reaches out to a former suspect for help with Oscar (guest star Francois Arnaud). Meanwhile, the rest of the team struggle to help a friend… Also starring Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson and Ukweli Roach.

Blindspot” airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on NBC.

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