'Blindspot' Pulled From NBC Schedule: When Will the Remaining Season 4 Episodes Air?

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NBC's upcoming schedule may mean bad news for the future of Blindspot.

The drama is missing from the schedule for the coming weeks, with The Blacklist taking over the 8/7c time slot on Fridays starting April 26 (with back-to-back episodes), then continuing May 3, May 10, and, May 17 (with its Season 6 finale).

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What's significant about this move is it means that the yet-to-be-renewed drama starring Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleton will be missing out on May Sweeps, which runs from April 25 to May 22.

Blindspot was originally supposed to air a new episode on May 3. Instead, TV Insider has confirmed it will return to its regular time slot on May 24, with "Coder to Killer," in which a horrifying and vengeful villain threatens the FBI.

The remaining two episodes of the season, "Masters of War 1:5-8" and "The Gang Gets Gone," will air back-to-back on May 31 as the team tries to stop Dominic from enacting Madeline's plan.

Blindspot, Fridays, 8/7c, NBC