Actress Priyanka Chopra started shooting for ABC's drama series "Quantico" Monday July 27. "A 4 am call time in beautiful Montreal! I rise even before the sun!! Chasing the sun today!! #Quantico #ItBegins #Day1," tweeted Priyanka.

The actress also posted a picture of herself wearing a t-shirt with 'Parrish' written on it. Priyanka will be shooting most of the show in Montreal and some portions in New York City. The team will shoot 13 episodes first and gauging by the response from the audience, the channel will decide whether to run it for the entire season - which would mean shooting for 10-13 more episodes. At this point decision will also be made whether to extend it for another season. 

"Quantico" premieres Sep. 27, 10 pm. 

Meanwhile, here are 5 things you can expect from the show:

The reviews of the pilot suggest that we should brace ourselves for tons of twists and turns as the story goes back and forth between the FBI training and the aftermath of the terrorist attack, which is the present. It is said to be an edge-of-the-seat thriller. We expect that the break-neck speed, and twists and turns continue to engage us through out the season as mysteries unfold. 

Priyanka, we know, will give her 200 per cent for the show, and we expect her to kick butt as an FBI agent. The actress has always excelled in powerful female parts. We really look forward to how America reacts to one of Bollywood's best actresses.

PC is also expected to look super sexy on the show, getting tons of eyeballs for her hotness quotient. Check her out in jeans, leather jacket and boots on the "Quantico" poster and you'll know what we mean! 

And expect more male eye candy in the form of actors like Jake McLaunglin and Rick Cosnett. 

Look forward to seeing a quintessential ABC show with elements of "How to Get Away with Murder" and "Grey's Anatomy" thrown in. It has worked for the channel and it could work this time too. There is tons of diversity on the show, and surely its got something in it for everyone.

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