'Whiskey Cavalier' comes up with a new trailer and it looks like the buddy-cop dramedy that we've all been waiting for
ABC is known for having the perfect formula of drama, romance, action, and comedy in its series, and its new show, 'Whiskey Cavalier' seems to follow this formula impeccably.
With a name like 'Whiskey Cavalier', fans would expect the series to be just as creative as its namesake and with the new trailer of 'Whiskey Cavalier' out, we can safely say that it does not disappoint in this aspect.
'Whiskey Cavalier' revolves around the journey of Will Chase (we totally acknowledge his punny name), codename Whiskey Cavalier, as a heart-broken detective on his way to recovery after a traumatizing break-up. We see that Will Chase is not known as a super-agent for no reason, and even with his emotional flaws, he still manages to get the job done.
Like most of ABC's shows, there seems to be an element of danger lurking right around the corner, but instead, fans will be surprised with the funny one-liners popping out to help to cut the tension on any serious detective show. Will Chase (played by Scott Foley) is part of the FBI and is one of their best agents, but his shortcomings see him teaming up with a CIA operative Francesca 'Frankie' Trowbridge (Lauren Cohan) who's codename is Fiery Tribune (eh, not as great as Whiskey Cavalier, but we'll take it!).
Whiskey Cavalier and Fiery Tribune share a lot of chemistry together and a lot of tension as well, and we see that Chase's biggest weakness, is his soft, mushy heart. In this classic role reversal, Chase is the softie of the unlikely duo and Frankie is the total badass, often messing with Chase and screwing up his mission to bring Edgar Standish (Tyler James Williams) back to the FBI alive. Though we're still unsure of what role Standish plays in all this, we know that he's another important character in the fray and is definitely the comic relief who seems to be pulled into something bigger than he'd expected it to be.
While the first trailer seems to just be ripping on Will Chase, the second trailer finally shows the dubious pair of detectives being "activated" by their seniors, and the pair go on to retrieve Standish, who, although cuffed for most his on-screen time, still manages to make an audience laugh with his hilarious one-liners.
The first trailer was three minutes long, and ABC made sure to not give away any of their juicy details in their promo, but the second trailer is barely a minute long, and it still manages to have more substance than the first without giving too much of the story or character away. In fact, the second trailer is just as hilarious as the first, and it looks like ABC has made another hit show!
ABC's 'Whiskey Cavalier' will premiere on February 24, and you can watch their juicy new trailer below!