There’s no question that CBS’s FBI franchise of TV drama shows has been successful. Now that it has launched another spinoff, we have new characters to root for, and there’s already a clear breakout star. Tank on FBI: International is going to become a quick favorite. And here’s what you need to know.
Through a series of acting roles over the last decade or so, Heida Reed has become a well-known television star, building on her already impressive resume as an international model. Nowadays, through her role as Jamie Kellett on FBI: International, Heida is tapping into yet another large and established fan base and expanding her reach more than ever before.
How far will this team go in the first season of the FBI: International TV show on CBS? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like FBI: International is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustrated when their viewing habits and opinions aren’t considered, we invite you to rate all of the first season episodes of FBI: International here.
How FBI: International Will Handle Agents Carrying Weapons In Action-Packed First Season, According To The Showrunner
The FBI corner of CBS programming is just days away from getting bigger with the premiere of FBI: International, which takes the action that viewers may know from FBI and Most Wanted overseas with a new cast of main characters. International is launching via a three-part crossover event the likes of which has never quite been seen before on CBS, and it's hard to imagine a much stronger way to start an action-packed new series. Now, showrunner Derek Haas has opened up about how the new show will handle agents carrying weapons overseas while delivering plenty of action.
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 ratings — New episodes: The Resident, Our Kind of People, The Voice, New Amsterdam, FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, FBI: International, Bachelor in Paradise, The Ultimate Surfer, DC’s Stargirl, and Supergirl. Reruns: (none). Note: If you’re not seeing the updated charts, please try reloading the page or...
Fun fact: The Federal Bureau of Investigation has 93 units embedded in embassies, military bases and other sites around the world. Producer Dick Wolf’s third iteration of his FBI franchise focuses on one specific international unit: the mobile Fly Team, whose agents are “ready to get in the air wherever and whenever American citizens are threatened,” says showrunner Derek Haas.
What to watch Tuesday, September 21: 'Our Kind of People' premieres on Fox; 'FBI: International' premieres on CBS; blind auditions on 'The Voice,' NBC
our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) The third iteration of the popular "FBI" franchise is on its way with "FBI: International." The real-life Federal Bureau of Investigation has special agents and support professionals throughout the world, based in over 80 overseas offices. If "FBI: International" can maintain the popularity of the franchise, the series allows for a literal world of opportunities. Read on for everything you need to know about "FBI: International."
Soap opera alum Luke Kleintank was previously best known for his role in the daytime soap The Young and the Restless, but the actor has since moved on to more primetime programming. Luke had a starring role on the Amazon Prime original series The Man in the High Castle as Joe Blake, following his recurring role on Pretty Little Liars as Travis Hobbs.
FBI: International is coming to CBS to take the crime-fighting action of the FBI franchise global, starting with a three-part crossover event. The Fly Team is a group of elite operatives based out of Budapest to track and neutralize threats to American citizens, facing some challenges that agents on the other side of the ocean don't generally have to deal with. The new show will be part of the same TV universe as FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, and all of the shows executive produced by Dick Wolf, and showrunner Derek Haas weighed in on his time building up that universe and crossovers on the way.
The TV networks in the US are filled with police procedural shows and they garner good ratings as well. Fans love the excitement of police providing justice by taking on difficult cases and solve them with utmost determination. When you mix these things with strong actors, good dialogues, and epic storylines, then you get a show like ‘FBI’.
FBI Press Room (press release)
Opening Statement (Remarks as Delivered) Thank you and good morning, Chairman Peters, Ranking Member Portman, and members of the committee. I’m honored to be here today to discuss the threats facing our homeland. A week and a half ago, we marked a somber, really sacred, anniversary in this country—20 years...
‘FBI’: Dick Wolf Teases Season Premiere Crossover That Echoes Jeffrey Epstein Scandal, Explains Why Franchise Nights Work
CBS’ new all-FBI Tuesday lineup will launch September 21 with a three-hour crossover linking the three series: returning FBI and FBI: Most Wanted and new addition FBI: International. During an FBI franchise panel at TCA this week, CBS released a trailer for the crossover (you can watch it above), with...
The FBI’s takeover of Tuesday night is now complete. The hit CBS Fed franchise has expanded from the New York City bureau to the Fugitive Task Force (Most Wanted) and now offers FBI: International, which follows the Fly Team, a Budapest-based counterterrorism unit that protects Americans abroad. All three series premiere on the same night with an epic crossover.
Just how big is a case that it requires agents from FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, and FBI: International to solve it? Well, it involves murder, a criminal enterprise, and a teenage girl in trouble overseas. It all begins on Tuesday, September 21 on FBI with the murder of a young...
Tuesdays nights belong to FBI on CBS this fall — and there is a lot going on in the three-show crossover that kicks it all off on February 21. First, on FBI, Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym) and Omar Adom “OA” Zidan (Zeeko Zaki) witness a kidnapping, and Jubal Valentine (Jeremy Sisto) warns everyone that the New York Children’s Hospital has been hit with a cyber-attack. “Find the motive, use it to track the hacker down,” Isobel Castille (Alana de la Garza) orders.
FBI searches family home of Gabby Petito's fiancé Brian Laundrie after her likely remains were found
(CNN) — The FBI entered and searched the family home of Gabby Petito's fiancé Brian Laundrie in Florida on Monday, a day after investigators across the country found what they believe to be her remains. On Monday morning, FBI investigators searched Laundrie's parents' home in North Port as part of...