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Quantico - Episode 2.10 - JMPALM - Promo, 2 Sneak Peeks, Promotional Photos & Press Release + Cast Photos

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Sneak Peek

Cast Promotional Photos

“JMPALM” – At the Farm, Owen teaches the recruits a lesson on the necessity of betrayal, with a mission of getting the Venezuelan Consul Gabriel Carrera (Javier Muñoz, “Hamilton”) to turn on his country. In the future, Alex is forced to team up with Miranda to save the hostages, while President Claire Haas has a plan to end the crisis once and for all, on “Quantico,” MONDAY, JANUARY 30 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network.

“Quantico” stars Priyanka Chopra as Alex Parrish, Blair Underwood as Owen Hall, Aunjanue Ellis as Miranda Shaw, Jake McLaughlin as Ryan Booth, Johanna Braddy as Shelby Wyatt, Yasmine Al Massri as Nimah and Raina Amin, Russell Tovey as Harry Doyle, and Pearl Thusi as Dayana Mampasi.

Guest starring Marcia Cross as President Claire Haas, Aaron Diaz as Leon Velez, Tracy Ifeachor as Lydia Bates, David Lim as Sebastian Chen, Jay Armstrong Johnson as Will Olsen, Paige Patterson as Carly Klapp, Jeff Leaf as Adam Elling, Javier Muñoz as Gabriel Carrera and Nick Westrate as Robbie Robertson.

“JMPALM” was written by Braden Marks and directed by David McWhirter.

Promo & Interview

Going forward, what else can you tease about next week’s episode and what’s ahead?

On the Farm timeline, it’s a little bit like episode 5 — it’s a caper, and Javier Muñoz — who plays Hamilton on Hamilton now — is in the episode, and that’s really fun.

How and when will the switch to a single timeline take place?

The single timeline actually starts in episode 13 — it doesn’t start in 14. Episode 14 could be a new pilot. If you’ve never seen the show before, you could walk right in and not have any trouble following a single thing. It is brand new. That’s why we’re set [from changing more of the story to reflect the political landscape], because the structure of episode 14 is so crystal clear without a single moment of confusion anywhere.

Quantico's female president (Marcia Cross) makes her return in the next episode, after the president stepped down when the first lady was beheaded. How is there more pressure to represent a female president on TV after Hillary Clinton's loss?

Safran: Marcia Cross is in the next episode and then she’s in the episodes thereafter. She talks about how she wouldn’t have been voted in but is given the job because of the president stepping down, and that forces her to show who she is. We shot it five days after the election and it was hard for Marcia. She went to Hillary's concession speech and then she was here the next day. The story didn’t change, but it changed. It was rough, but it’s a beautiful story. We knew the president was going to step down and that she was going to become president and we knew she was going to talk about being a woman who wouldn’t have been elected, but suddenly, five days after the election, it was this whole other thing.

What was the mood like filming that scene?

Cameron Litvack: We as writers and Marcia as a performer were all yearning for a story with a sense of hope. So we were able to provide Marcia with this opportunity to have that character go to a different place than we had initially thought when we created that character last season. When you see how that story unfolds and the role Marcia takes in the show moving forward, you’ll see where most shows might have kept going on the trajectory with her, we zagged a little bit to take in what’s happening.

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