Published On: Thu, Aug 11th, 2016

Quantico season 2 first look: Priyanka Chopra’s Alex Parish moves from FBI to CIA


Alex Parish, who was wrongly accused of activating a terrorist attack, managed to clear her name in season 1.

Mumbai: After few sneak peaks and inside pictures, the makers have finally released the first look of Hollywood TV show Quantico’s season 2. By now, the fans already know that Priyanka Chopra aka Alex Parish, who was wrongly accused of activating a terrorist attack, managed to clear her name and also saved million lives.

The show’s first season ended with Alex Parish getting a chance to work with the CIA and now going by the show’s second season first look poster, we can fairly assume that Priyanka Chopra aka Alex Parish is now working for CIA.

Now there are reports that in season 2, we will see Alex trying to save the world from a massive attack which is being planned.

‘Quantico’s season 2, which will go international, is shot in New York.

Before unveiling the show’s poster, Priyanka shared a video from the sets of ‘Quantico’.


My hand at videos!! Yikes.. Think I may do more of this.. #alexparrish #quan2co

A video posted by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on


Priyanka Chopra was born 18th July 1982 to the family of Capt. Dr. Ashok Chopra and Dr. Madhu Chopra. She had a very varied upbringing. She started her education at La Martinière Girls College in Lucknow as a resident student; a short stay at Maria Goretti College in Bareilly prepared her for further studies in the USA. Having completed tenth grade in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, she decided to become a software engineer or a criminal psychologist.

She enjoys Indian music and dance; flair for writing poetry and short stories; reading, especially biographies; and has worked for a lot of social-welfare programs.

News Source DC & IMDB

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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