Quantico may have been cancelled, but Season 3 is still kicking a**

The show has been cancelled for another season, but their third and final season may just be worth remembering

                            Quantico may have been cancelled, but Season 3 is still kicking a**
Priyanka Chopra (Source: Getty Images)

As 'Quantico' season 3 finds its footing in the crime drama section on television, it has some really good episodes coming up. Expect a super fast-paced plot in the remaining episodes of this season.

In the first three episodes, the super secret black ops team has taken out an international arms dealer, neutralized a mass killing bio hazardous weapon and partially brought a cartel kingpin to justice.

If you notice, with each episode, the plot thickens — not in terms of the cases they get, but in the way the characters are established in the new no flashback way of storytelling.

The plot twists have been quite good so far too — every time you suspected who the killer was, it turned out to be someone else.

For their next two episodes at least, expect the trend to follow. Their next episode called 'Spy Games' is the fourth episode of the season. The gang is already made of spies so what could they possibly mean by spy games — is there a spy coming into the team? A mole?

In light of the royal wedding, there may be a situation where the plot leads us to a royal deal gone wrong. Expect McQuigg to get more important in the coming episode, maybe even fighting side by side with Alex Parrish.  

The series, that stars Priyanka Chopra as Alex Parrish, Jake McLaughlin as Ryan Booth, Johanna Braddy as Shelby Wyatt, Russell Tovey as Harry Doyle, Alan Powell as Mike McQuigg, with Marlee Matlin as Jocelyn Turner and Blair Underwood as Owen Hall has faced flak for not being thrilling enough this time.

But thankfully, it appears to be changing. 

The fifth 'The Blood of Romeo' episode maybe of an affair gone wrong, but as it is 'Quantico', a show full of twists, this may just turn out to be a physics professor at a university stealing weaponized uranium with intentions of using it for mass killings.

All in all, I'd say we have some cliffhangers coming our way.

After last week’s cancellation of the terrorism drama, ABC has announced that Quantico will finish out its third and final season on Friday nights. Starting May 25, Quantico will make its move from Thursday nights to Friday nights at 8 pm.