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What’s coming up in the Quantico finale? — Michele
EP Josh Safran wants viewers to pay attention to a key scene between Alex and another character we’ve met many times, who will be “the tie between season 1 and season 2,” he says. In other words, it won’t just be Alex acting as the bridge into next year.


WARNING: The following contains spoilers from season 1 of Quantico. Read at your own risk!

After a season on the run and in the dark, FBI agent Alex Parrish (Priyanka Chopra) will finally get answers — and some sooner than expected. “You’ll know everything,” executive producer Joshua Safran promises. “Before the finale, you’ll learn who [attacked New York], and in the finale, you’ll learn why and how.”

As Sunday’s episode revealed, Drew (Lenny Platt) is behind the Voice, manipulating Alex and Shelby (Johanna Braddy) into planting incriminating evidence into Ryan’s (Jake McLaughlin) laptop and driving away the nuclear bomb built by Will (Jay Armstrong Johnson). So with that, viewers now know who was behind the attacks — but that doesn’t mean the twists are over.

“One of the things you might not know until the finale is how many,” Safran teases. “Some people might be excited at just [answering] who, but we are excited about how and why. The show has been about, what makes someone a terrorist? What makes someone want to protect their country? What makes someone an American? That’s what we saved for the finale.”

To fill in those blanks, the drama’s season capper will bring back familiar faces, like academy burnout Elias (Rick Cosnett), and will include an epilogue with two time jumps that wrap up the story. “I’m not a fan of cliffhangers,” Safran explains. “We’re not leaving anyone’s life in the balance.”

Case in point: With two episodes left, Safran explains that “the last true Quantico episode” — in which we see the NATs train in the Academy during the present timeline — will happen in episode 21, with episode 22, the season finale, showing their graduation. Stories will wrap up there, while in New York, “it’s a non-stop [ride], the end of the rollercoaster,” he says. “It’s the last drops.”

Those last drops will also look ahead to season 2 through the introduction of a critical new character in the final minute and work up to a second season that will maintain the two-timeline structure, but connect them using a central catastrophe. “There will be a crisis that is ongoing that needs to be solved, that characters will find themselves in the midst of, but unlike season 1 — when Alex didn’t know while she was at Quantico that someone might be a terrorist — season 2 will be more integrated,” Safran says. “The present-day timeline will be all about how we believe this crisis is going to happen, and you’ll see it happening in the future.”

The remaining episodes of Quantico season 1 air Sundays on ABC at 10 p.m. ET, with the season finale airing May 15.


“Yes” – It’s graduation day for the NATS of Quantico, while, in the future, Alex and her team find themselves head-to-head with the terrorist, on the season finale of “Quantico,” SUNDAY, MAY 15, (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT)

PRE-FINALE: The May 1 episode, “Drive,” finds the NATs dispatched to different field offices and — shocker! — Ryan and Alex find themselves working a case together. Don’t worry, EP Joshua Safran says: Despite their recent arguments/suspicions, Booth and Parrish “get on the same page pretty quickly” in the Quantico timeline… yet wind up in a one-on-one fight “that’s really incredible” in the present-day story. As the lead-up to the FBI academy’s graduation ceremony continues the next week, the trainees undergo perhaps their hardest test yet. “The FBI saves one specific assignment for last… which is basically discussing the darkest days you have as an agent,” Safran says, adding that the hour takes the characters to “a very dark and emotional place” and “foreshadows the terrorist event that happens in the pilot.”

SEASON FINALE (MAY 15): Safran offers this tease for the season-ender: “You will see some familiar faces from earlier in the season,” and those will include “flashbacks for a character that has recently perished.”


I uploaded more HQ images of Priyanka on set the other day and also on set with the cast. View the pictures at the link below.

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Question: Quantico is going in a different direction every episode. Are we really going to find out who the terrorist is by the end of Season 1? And why is Caleb faking his mental state? —Johanne

Ausiello: Let’s handle the second question first: Clayton and Claire Haas’ son “is a heroin addict,” showrunner Joshua Safran says. “He’s not faking.” As for the terrorist(s?)’ identity, Safran promises you will definitely know who’s behind the bombings by the time the credits roll on the finale. “In fact,” he adds, “you will know who the terrorist or terrorists are prior to the finale.”


I uploaded 19 HQ pictures of Priyanka on set in Montreal yesterday. Check them out below 🙂

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