If we’re being honest, what we’re most excited for with the return of FBI: International is Forrester coming face to face with his Mom. It’s long overdue and it feels like something that we’ve been leading up to all season.
How do you face the Mom that left you? That sold out her country? That the world doesn’t want you to find?
We’re not sure. But we’re looking forward to it and to be honest, everything else will be secondary.
FBI: International stars Luke Kleintank as Special Agent Scott Forrester, Heida Reed as Special Agent Jamie Kellett, Carter Redwood as Special Agent Andre Raines, Vinessa Vidotto as Special Agent Cameron Vo, and Christiane Paul as Europol Agent Katrin Jaeger.
Lets prepare ourselves for tonights episode.
When a notorious American tech tycoon becomes involved in a murder in Frankfurt, the Fly Team must chase him down amid the local protesters he’s incited with his conspiracy theories on social media. Also, Jaeger relishes working in her home country, and Forrester must make a decision involving his mother’s past.
SEASON ONE DESCRIPTION
FBI: International is the third iteration of the successful FBI brand that follows the elite operatives of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s International Fly Team. Headquartered in Budapest, they travel the world with the mission of tracking and neutralizing threats against American citizens wherever they may be, putting their lives on the line to protect the U.S. and its people.
The Fly Team’s Special Agent Scott Forrester, their accomplished and dedicated leader, puts his missions ahead of his personal life and is rarely seen without the team’s “secret weapon” – their trusty Schutzhund dog, Tank. Second in command is Special Agent Jamie Kellett, not afraid to tussle – in an alley or courtroom – and her extensive network of informants is a powerful resource. Special Agent Andre Raines shines in the field and makes good use of his accounting background in tracking criminal enterprises’ moving money; and the group’s newest member is Special Agent Cameron Vo, a competitive West Point grad who excels at interrogation and strategy.
A key part of the mix is the unflappable Europol Agent Katrin Jaeger, a multilinguistic liaison between the FBI Fly Team and each host country they inhabit. Always at the scene where American interests are at risk, FBI: International is a globe-trotting depiction of law enforcement overseas.
THIS SEASONS REVIEWS
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×01 Review: “Pilot”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×02 Review: “The Edge”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×03 Review: “Secrets As Weapons”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×04 Review: “American Optimism”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×05 Review: “The Soul Of Chess”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×06 Review: “The Secrets She Knows”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×07 Review: “Trying To Grab Smoke”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×08 Review: “Voice Of The People”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×09 Review: “One Of A Kind Madman”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×10 Review: “Close To The Sun”
- ‘FBI: International’ 1×11 Review: “Chew Toy”