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‘Blindspotting’ takes on the criminal justice system with the people left on the outside

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It’s not only those behind bars who are trapped by incarceration. “Blindspotting,” the Oakland, California-based Starz comedy, which premiered Sunday and serves as a sequel to the 2018 movie of the same name, stays almost exclusively on the other side of the prison walls, focusing on those left to pick up the pieces. At its heart is Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones), a suddenly single mother after her partner Miles (Rafael Casal, reprising his role from the film) is busted for drug possession. “It’s a story that was about watching Ashley decide and struggle with and commit to what life is now and …

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