Basic Summary – From the outside, Graceland is the idyllic beachfront home of a group of diverse young roommates. On the inside, it’s the residence and operations center of vital agents of the FBI, DEA and U.S. Customs — the place got its name because it was seized from a drug lord obsessed with Elvis Presley. Young FBI agent Mike Warren is sent to Graceland, unexpectedly, while he is anticipating a traditional Washington desk job. Thrown into the fire with this undercover assignment, Warren relies heavily on mentor Paul Briggs, a senior agent who conceals the compound’s activities from the world.
A new-ish take on the typical crime show, Graceland keeps you guessing on what will happen next. I don’t remember how I got into this show, but what caught my interest was that Aaron Tveit was in it and he’s a darn good actor. With that under its belt, this show couldn’t do much harm.
The characters are all fun and interesting. It is easy to find one that any person will connect to. The villains are always entertaining and really forward the story forward.
I’m currently in the middle of the second season and I’m still entertained. If you haven’t seen it yet, the first two seasons are on Netflix. In total there are only 3 seasons which is sad, but maybe I’ll see why as I continue on. Go check the show out.