In Quantico, Priyanka Chopra is Alex Parrish. She is one of many recruits to the FBI Quantico Base. She is one of the best and the brightest recruits to the FBI who all have undergone major vetting. One would think that this group of elite recruits would be a completely safe group of New Agents in Training (NATs)… until Alex is framed as a traitor in the most lethal attack against New York City since 9/11. Alex then finds herself in a run against time as she tries to clear her name, find the real culprit, and prevent future attacks. The worst part? It appears that the true attacker is working within the FBI.
Quantico looks and sounds pretty good. This isn’t a show that will blow you away with its HD clarity or sound effects. However, it does look good.
There were a few extras that accompanied this DVD release of Quantico. They include:
- Deleted Scenes– These were found on each disk and focused on certain episodes.
- Audio Commentary– This extra was included on the episode Run and featured commentary from executive producer/creator Joshua Safran and actors Priyanka Chopra, Jake McLaughlin, Yasmine Al Massri, Johanna Braddy, Tate Ellington and Graham Rogers.
- Gag Reel – This is a four minute blooper reel from the sets of Quantico.
- Welcome to Quantico– This extra features interviews of the cast and the crew. It gives a look at what it was like to work on this show along with how some of it came together.
The extras were about what I expected. It won’t win any awards for awesome extras but there are a few nuggets in there that are worth checking out. The strongest offering has to be Welcome to Quantico.
Quantico intrigued me much more than I was expecting it to. I was definitely glad for the ability to sit and watch the episodes consecutively as it did pull me in and I’d rather just keep watching rather than wait another week. While not my favorite show of the year, it did progress nicely and if you are into FBI type shows it is worth checking out.