What is 'Blindspotting' Season 2 about? Plot of the Starz comedy-drama series explained

What is 'Blindspotting' Season 2 about? Plot of the Starz comedy-drama series explained
Jasmine Cephas Jones as Ashley Rose in 'Blindspotting Season 2' (Starz)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: 'Blindspotting' Season 2 will have a two-episode premiere on Friday, April 14, 2023, at 9 pm ET/PT on STARZ in the US and Canada. The new season will be showcased at the 2023 SXSW in March 2023. The season will consist of eight episodes, with each episode being 30-34 minutes long.

The first two episodes will be released back-to-back on April 14, 2023. Followed by weekly releases of new episodes every Friday at 9 pm ET/PT. The final episode will be released on May 26, 2023. The Starz app will also stream the season.


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What is the plot of 'Blindspotting season 2'

In 'Blindspotting Season 2', the story continues nine months after Ashley and Miles' prison wedding from the Season 1 finale. Ashley is struggling to raise their son, Sean, on her own and is taking out her frustration on those around her. Miles is adapting to prison life and looking forward to their first family visit at San Quentin. Rainey is trying to help Ashley and Sean adjust to their new home, while also finding a way to stay connected to her own son in prison. Trish's business is doing well, but she's dealing with jealousy issues as her best friend and business partner Jacque begins dating Cuddie. Janelle is getting tired of always supporting Ashley and missing her life in Bali. Earl, recently released from prison for breaking his probation, is trying to reconnect with his family and come to terms with his past. This season promises to be full of challenges for everyone involved.



'Blindspotting' Season 2's official trailer was released in March 2023. The trailer shows Ashley trying to adjust to her new life without Miles by her side, while Miles eagerly awaits their first family visitation in prison. Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jonas) appears to be living life on her terms, partying, going to strip clubs, and even dressing as a nun. However, her newfound lifestyle is worrying those around her, including her mother-in-law, who finds her behavior terrifying. The trailer hints at the challenges that Ashley and Miles will face as they try to navigate their lives separately while still holding onto their love and family ties. Watch the trailer below. 


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