There are more adventures of this young man called Whiskey. The series began with FBI agent Will Chase and his symbolic name, Whiskey Cavalier, who recently separated from his lover. Things began to take on a different form after the emotional separation. He was appointed to work with CIA Francesca, codenamed Fiery Tribune, to form an inter-agency team of spies who save the world in difficult circumstances.
There is nothing ground-breaking here. The series is pure popcorn, with lots of spy games and spy toys, pantomime villains, preposterous action sequences and nonsensical storylines. But that is part of the appeal.
Whiskey Cavalier knows what it is - which is a compliment, since many shows don't. And what it is is a good-looking action dramedy with good-looking people; it's aiming for a Mr. & Mrs. Smith sort of vibe.
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.