When Jane Doe is found naked in Times Square with her memory erased and her body covered in fresh tattoos, Agent Kurt Weller and his FBI team are instantly drawn to the case. Together, they discover each tattoo is a clue, making Jane's body a maze of mysteries that must be solved to uncover her true identity. But as Jane and Weller get closer to unveiling her past and discovering who set this riddle in motion, they find the quandary goes deeper than they ever imagined, involving people they thought they could trust.
It’s a show that people are going to have strong opinions about, and you’ll want to make up your own mind. You’ll also have to take a position on whether you cotton to the idea of a show that spends a lot of time running its camera over the smooth, tattooed body of its female star. What keeps the first episode from slipping into absurdity is the commitment to action displayed by star [Jaimie] Alexander and creators Martin Gero and Greg Berlanti. They get Jane Doe into dangerous situations in which she discovers that one of the abilities she doesn’t know she had is crack fighting skills. The in-close, punch-kick-elbow-knee work here is extremely well-choreographed and exciting to watch. Alexander, herself a solid athlete with a background in wrestling and martial arts, really comes alive in these scenes.--Ken Tucker, Yahoo, September 21, 2015
Martin Gero, David Mcwhirter, Rob Seidenglanz
Action, Crime, Crime Drama, Drama, Suspense
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