Whiskey Cavalier

Aired: May 15, 2019 , Wednesday at 22:00 on ABC

New Series

Episode Summary: Frankie's commitment to cold-hearted professionalism is tested when the team's new mission to take down the head of a massive drug operation reunites her with a former guardian. Meanwhile, Jai and Standish discover that Susan has been writing psych evaluations on every member of the team, and their curiosity leads them to an unpleasant surprise.
...
 
8.5
out of 10 0.5
User Rating
2 votes
0

Episode Reviews
By Writers

0

Episode Comments
By TVBuzers' Users

 
 
 
 
 
 
New

LATEST REVIEWS

Two of a Kind

It was another hour of whiskey and fun.  We found out a little more about Frankie on Whiskey Cavalier Season 1 Episode 12 when the case she and Will had to investigate involved her former guardian and her husband. Will had way too much fun studying old pictures of Frankie and finding out as much as he could about his partner from her teen years. It seems Frankie may have picked up some of her closed off habits from Kelly. Kelly took her in after her parents died and r... more

 
 
New

LATEST NEWS

'Whiskey Cavalier' Canceled After One Season at ABC

“Whiskey Cavalier” has been canceled after one season at ABC. Series star Scott Foley posted a video on Instagram thanking fans for their support of the show, which can be viewed below. Following an emotional breakup, FBI super-agent Will Chase (code name: “Whiskey Cavalier,” played by Foley) was assigned to work with badass CIA operative Frankie Trowbridge (code name: “Fiery Tribune,” played by Lauren Cohan). Together in the series they led an inter-agenc... more

TV Review: 'Whiskey Cavalier'

The crux of “Whiskey Cavalier” can be found right in its protagonist’s name. “Will Chase” is a purposefully ridiculous wink of a name that tries to be both debonair and very silly all at once, just like the FBI agent (played by Scott Foley) to which it belongs. This isn’t a regular spy drama, “Whiskey Cavalier” insists at every turn, but a fun spy drama that refuses to take itself too seriously. Yes, it’s cheesy, but it’s hard to hold that against the show too much when it’s also half the point. more

 
New

Two of a Kind FAN COMMENTS (0)

 
 

No comments, yet. Be first!

 
 
NewContributors