Quantico (2015–2018)
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After turning herself into the FBI, Alex is aggressively interrogated to confess about who really bombed grand central. New evidence is uncovered that might lead to Alex's freedom. Back at Quantico, the group investigates serial murderers.


Stephen Kay


Joshua Safran (created by), Cameron Litvack | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Priyanka Chopra ... Alex Parrish
Josh Hopkins ... Liam O'Connor
Jake McLaughlin ... Ryan Booth
Aunjanue Ellis ... Miranda Shaw
Yasmine Al Massri ... Nimah Amin / Raina Amin
Johanna Braddy ... Shelby Wyatt
Tate Ellington ... Simon Asher
Graham Rogers ... Caleb Haas
Anabelle Acosta ... Natalie Vasquez
Oded Fehr ... Griffin Wells
Rick Cosnett ... Elias Harper
Mark Pellegrino ... Clayton Haas
Jacob Artist ... Brandon Fletcher
Anne Heche ... Dr. Susan Langdon
Julian Bailey ... ND FBI Agent


The NATS attend a class with guest speaker Dr. Susan Langdon, played by Anne Heche. Dr. Langdon is a former agent and profiler who tasks the trainees with looking at serial killer cases to find the one victim that doesn't fit the case, but when Simon becomes too good at finding things that don't belong, it's his life that becomes endangered. In the future, Alex is interrogated by a highly sophisticated FBI team while Ryan's life hangs in the balance.

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English | Hebrew

Release Date:

29 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Dr. Susan Langdon refers to the Welfare Mother Killer as a "mass murderer" instead of a "serial killer." These are two completely different classifications that no profiler would ever confuse. See more »


Dr. Susan Langdon: You never really know a killer until you've caught them.
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Quantico: Guilty
14 May 2016 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Alex surrenders herself and told the FBI that there was another bomb but there is another returning face from the training days. Elias returns as her lawyer who she contacted.

However another government group has a presidential executive order to interrogate Alex by using torture if necessary and they have on the case the world's worst interrogator who has managed to get hold of Ryan and tortures him.

Why is he the world's worst interrogator? He just gets off on torture and does not recognise the truth if it hit him on the head with a baseball bat.

Caleb, Elias, Natalie and the twins decide that something is not right in the way Agent Goodwin's body is found and try to establish a time line and find out when Agent Goodwin was kidnapped, drugged before being supposedly relocated to the explosion site.

Liam is now convinced that Alex was framed and frees her from torture and persuades Alex to plead guilty so that the real culprits still feel safe and can be hunted down.

At Quantico training Simon puts himself in danger when he realised that a crime expert falsified evidence to put away a serial killer.

A real shift in gear in this episode, very tense and some issues resolved such as Alex now being found framed for the explosion.

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