CineTV Contest | | My Favourite Underated TV series
Law enforcement tv series have always been my preferred type of movies as far as series go. The intensity of combat mixed with different emotions such as love, anxiety and anger makes it thrilling to watch. Quantico is my favourite TV series not because of the action thriller but the amazing story arc it brings to the screen.
I love the way flashbacks were used to training at Quantico and then related to the present which featured the lives of the trainee now special agents and their work at the FBI. The concept of flashbacks was what glued me to the tv series right from season one. Producer Cherine Davis made Quantico a marvelous work of art in the tv series industry.
The plot starts with Alex and her life in Italy before she was recruited into the bureau, she had been dating a guy, Andrea, her life seemed perfect at that moment. Alex was on her way to Quantico when she bumped up into Ryan, at the airport and also after their flight. The had a connection and a one night stand, which Alex came to regret as Ryan turned out to be her instructor at Quantico.
Although the plot had started with a female actress as the protagonist it proved worthy of view because from the storyline only a female would have been fit for that role. The perfect blend of drama which came mainly from Alex's behaviour to Ryan made season one a great watch. Season cannot be concluded without other acts like that of the twin Amins, the mole in the Academy, and the rich girl which became Alex's friend.
The many conspiracy stories in Quantico made it intriguing and can got me hooked indefinitely to the series as I watch everything unfold at both ends. The terrorist attack plot was my best part of the TV serie. Without the strong arc that characterized this serie it would have looked overstuffed. The ending was simply phenomenal nothing more would have been done. If you haven't checked this TV serie out, please do and thank me later.l
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