‘Quantico’ Episode Guide (April 17): The Truths About Drew, Will and Caleb Come to Light

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‘Quantico’ Episode Guide (April 17): The Truths About Drew, Will and Caleb Come to Light

“Soon” (04/17/16) – At Quantico, the NATs look into each other’s background to determine who gets high-level security clearance, and in the process Alex, Shelby and Iris learn some surprising truths about Drew, Will and Caleb.

Meanwhile, in the future, Alex contacts Claire Haas (guest star Marcia Cross) in order to find her missing friends and is shocked when she discovers what happened to Caleb, on “Quantico,” SUNDAY, APRIL 17 (10:00 – 11:00 EDT) on the ABC Television Network.

Guest starring in this episode are Mark Pellegrino as Deputy Director Clayton, Jacob Artist as Brandon, Marcia Cross as Claire Haas, Lenny Platt as Drew Perales, Li Jun Li as Iris Chang, Jay Armstrong Johnson as Will Olsen and Daniel Kash as Marshall Freed.

“Soon” was written by Cherien Dabis and directed by P.J. Pesce.

Flashing back and forth between the future—the aftermath of a terrorist attack on Grand Central Station—and the present—a 20-week training course at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA—we follow the lives of seven FBI recruits. These young adults are pushed to the brink as the class is gradually whittled down, until only the finest candidates remain.

Haunted by questions about her late father and his mysterious career as an undercover agent, Alex Parrish joins the FBI searching for answers. Her fellow trainees include Ryan Booth (ex-military), Shelby Wyatt (an orphaned Southern belle), Eric Packer (a Mormon with a troubled past), Simon Asher (the first openly gay FBI recruit), Nimah Amin (an observant Muslim with a double life), and Caleb Haas (for whom the FBI is a family business).

Their mentors at the Academy—Miranda Shaw and Liam O’Connor—have boundless experience but a complicated history with the Bureau and each other. When Alex Parrish learns that she’s been framed for the terrorist event, she has to run for her life while trying to figure out which of her former classmates is the real terrorist before they strike again.

“Quantico” stars Priyanka Chopra as Alex Parrish, Josh Hopkins as Liam O’Connor, Jake McLaughlin as Ryan Booth, Aunjanue Ellis as Miranda Shaw, Johanna Braddy as Shelby Wyatt, Tate Ellington as Simon Asher, Graham Rogers as Caleb Haas and Yasmine Al Massri as Nimah Amin.

“Run” was written by Joshua Safran and directed by Marx Munden. Executive producers of “Quantico” are Joshua Safran, Mark Gordon, Nicholas Pepper, Jake Coburn and Robert Sertner. “Quantico” is produced by ABC Studios.

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