A large duffle bag is found in the middle of Times Square. The authorities surround it, thinking that it might be some sort of dirty bomb; instead, out of this oversized satchel steps a woman, naked and covered in tattoos. She has no idea who she is or how she got there. The only clues as to her identity rest in the various inscriptions and illustrations inked on to her skin — not even her new guardian, FBI agent Kurt Weller, knows who this "Jane Doe" might really be. The fact that his name is etched across her back in giant letters, however, suggest that he's just as tied in to whatever is going on as she is.\r\nPart Memento and part primetime mystery procedural, NBC's Blindspot has already captured the imaginations of viewers who love a good whodunnit (or rather, whothehellisthisnakedwoman). As for the showrunners and stars, they love keeping all of the series' various twists and turns secret — yet photographer Lindsey Byrnes managed to convince the powers that be to let her snoop around and tag along with the cast on a typical shoot day. Check out this exclusive behind-the-scenes gallery, complete with commentary from stars Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleton.