Blind dating 2016 cast

The cast of NBC’s tattoo-filled “Blindspot” was on hand Monday night at New York’s Paley Center for Media to discuss their hit series.

“Today Show” host Hoda Kotb moderated a panel with creator and exec producer Martin Gero, plus actors Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza and Ashley Johnson, who shared juicy behind-the-scenes insight.

“We’ve started shooting the season finale, so I leave my neck tat on overnight and it stays pretty well,” Alexander told the Paley audience.READ MORE: * First Dates NZ producer on the Kiwi series: 'People will be quite shocked' * First Dates is coming to New Zealand to make for 'excruciating' viewing * First Dates NZ: Kiwi attacked on social media for dating show signs up for NZ version * Shamed First Dates contestant speaks out NICOLE (25) & JOHNNY (35)"Extremely accident-prone" event planner Nicole hobbles in with a crutch for support - and "her GP on speed dial" according to the narrator."I think I've been in hospital five times in the last six months" she tells us.Elaine's potential match Andrew is a musician currently working on his 14th album."If my love life was a song it would be called the rapids of love," he says poetically.Not because he's a fast mover, but because he believes love is "uncontrollable". Andrew is looking for somebody he can "gel with and laugh with - and sleep with..." At least he's honest. Later they bond over a mutual love of Indian cooking. NIKOS (21) & CAYLA (19)"After a long drought, Nikos is hoping to meet the girl of his dreams..." That's a bit harsh isn't it narrator?

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