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There Have Been a Lot of Changes to the 'FBI: Most Wanted' Cast, and We Have Mixed Feelings

It’s safe to say that 2021 has been a strange year for television between weird season timing and delayed filming schedules thanks to COVID-19. For one of CBS’s newer shows, FBI: Most Wanted, its third season is bringing some changes. The cast for the high-intensity thriller is switching it up a bit, and while we’re disappointed in some changes, we’re excited about others.

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This year brings a new season of FBI: Most Wanted, and with it, new series regulars. So what exactly are the changes in the 2021 cast, and how will the third season be different from the past seasons?

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Most cast members are returning to ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ in 2021.

Although there are changes, we can definitely find comfort in the constant. So let’s go over what’s not changing first — several of our favorite cast members are returning in 2021.

Julian McMahon is coming back as Jess LaCroix, the leader of the Fugitive Task Force, and Roxy Sternberg is returning as Sheryll Barnes, the second in command. In addition, Keisha Castle Hughes is back as the Intelligence Analyst Hana Gibson.

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But there’s one more returning cast member who’s getting promoted for Season 3. Miguel Gomez, who plays Ivan Ortiz, is coming back as a series regular. He joined the FBI: Most Wanted cast in Season 2 as a recurring character, and we are very pleased that he’s now fully on the force.

But there are some cast members who aren't returning to ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ in 2021.

Fans of FBI: Most Wanted went wild when Nathaniel Arcand, who played Clinton Skye, slowly but surely disappeared from the show in Season 2. After missing a couple of episodes in Season 2, fans started to realize that he might not be back on the show at all.

And unfortunately, the rumors were correct. In a June Instagram post, Nathaniel wrote, “Moving On. Moving Forward. Don’t Look Back ... #clintonskye Must Say Bye. Bye,” confirming his exit from FBI: Most Wanted.

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But in a bigger shock, Kellan Lutz, who played Special Agent Kenny "Ken" Crosby, will also not be returning to Season 3 of FBI: Most Wanted. At the end of Season 2, we hear gunshots but have no idea who gets hurt. In the Season 3 premiere, we learn that Ken is the one who got severely injured and needs to take a break from active duty.

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Kellan's been a central part of the show since day one and was even featured in FBI and FBI: International. However, after the COVID-19 pandemic and several losses in his own life, Kellan realized that his number one priority is to spend time with family.

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He announced his exit in an Instagram post in which he shared some personal details about the losses he's been dealing with. But he also shared that he was very grateful to the cast and the team behind FBI: Most Wanted.

There’s another exciting cast change in 2021 for ‘FBI: Most Wanted.’

Even though we’re losing a favorite, we’re gaining a new cast member who could be a new favorite! Alexa Davalos is joining the cast of FBI: Most Wanted this year as a series regular, and we hope that she’ll be sticking around. She’s playing another agent joining LaCroix’s team, Kristin Gaines.

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Before joining the cast of FBI: Most Wanted, Alexa played Juliana Crain in Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle, so fans might be familiar with her from that. She’s also been on our screens since 2002, with a small role in Judd Apatow’s Undeclared and a three-episode arc in Angel as Gwen Raiden.

She’s also well-known for playing Kyra in the 2004 film The Chronicles of Riddick. So while Alexa has been in tons of sci-fi projects, we can’t wait to see her in a new type of thriller.

FBI: Most Wanted airs on CBS Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST.

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FBI Season 4 premiere date, cast, trailer, synopsis, and more

FBI Season 4 is officially happening, but there are a few changes to the CBS fall 2021 schedule to be aware of. Here’s what we know about Season 4 so far.

CBS renewed the crime drama back in March 2021. Not only that, but CBS renewed the spin-off FBI: Most Wanted and ordered a second spin-off FBI: International. Dick Wolf’s productions are taking over TV across two networks.

The fall schedule is out, and this series certainly has pride of place. While it’s seeing a slight change, it’s actually potentially into a better timeslot and will act as a lead-in for the other two FBI shows.

Let’s take a look at what we do know about FBI Season 4 so far. We’ll bring updates as they happen.

FBI Season 4 premiere date

We start with the news of the timeslot change. CBS is moving NCIS out of the Tuesday 8/7c timeslot for the first time ever to give Mondays a better chance. FBI Season 4 is moving forward an hour to take over the timeslot.

This will allow the series to act as a lead-in for the new spin-off International, with Most Wanted keeping the last timeslot of the night.

We don’t have an exact premiere date just yet, but CBS is hoping to get the fall back to normal. We should probably expect the last week of September 2021.

FBI Season 4 cast

There probably won’t be too much of a chance to the cast. Of course, we’re still waiting for the season finale to air, so anything could happen. However, we’re expecting the following to return for the fourth season:

  • Missy Peregrym as Maggie Bell
  • Zeeko Zaki as Omar Adom “O. A.” Zidan
  • Jeremy Sisto as Jubal Valentine
  • Alana de la Garza as Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Isobel Castille
  • John Boyd as Stuart Scola
  • Katherine Renee Turner as Tiffany Wallace

We may see some of the characters from the spin-offs show up if there are crossovers.

FBI Season 4 trailer

There isn’t a trailer just yet, which isn’t all that surprising. The fourth season hasn’t started filming yet and probably won’t until July 2021. The trailer won’t be released until closer to the premiere date, and we’ll be sure to share once it’s out.

FBI Season 4 synopsis

There isn’t a synopsis for the season, but this is a procedural drama. Each episode is another case for the team to solve, so we’re expecting more of the same. Of course, there will also be character development for the teammates at the same time.

FBI is available to stream on Paramount+.

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FBI cast 2021: Who’s in the show?

CBS' crime drama series FBI returned for a third season in 2020.

The crime series took a hiatus in early December, but returned to CBS' lineup on January 24 with new episodes for season three.

Alana de la Garza as Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille in FBI

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What is CBS' FBI?

FBI was created by Emmy Award winner Dick Wolf and the team behind the Law & Order franchise.

Similar to Law & Order, FBI is a fast-paced drama about the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

"This elite unit brings to bear all their talents, intellect and technical expertise on major cases in order to keep New York and the country safe," CBS explains.

Missy Peregrym as Maggie Bell in FBI

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Katherine Renee Turner as Tiffany Wallace in the CBS crime series

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The show premiered in 2017, with 13 episodes.

The series was renewed for a second season in January 2019, however it was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic.

FBI cast 2021: Who's in the show?

Meet the cast of FBI:

  • Missy Peregrym plays Maggie Bell, an FBI special agent and the widow of a Wall Street Journal investigative reporter.
  • Zeeko Zaki plays Omar Adom "O.A." Zidan, an FBI special agent and Maggie partner.
  • Jeremy Sisto plays Jubal Valentine, an FBI assistant special agent-in-charge.
  • Alana de la Garza plays Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille.
  • John Boyd plays Stuart Scola, an FBI special agent.
  • Katherine Renee Turner plays Tiffany Wallace, a former NYPD officer and White Collar division agent.
The cast of FBI

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How can I watch FBI?

FBI airs Tuesday's, at 9pm on CBS.

Episode seven of season three will air Tuesday, February 16 on CBS.

Fans of the series can watch it by tuning into CBS Tuesday's at 9pm, or by downloading the CBS All Access App on their smartphone.

The plan for CBS All Access starts at $5.99 a month, however users can cancel anything.

FBI airs Tuesdays at 9pm on CBS

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Kellan Lutz Confirms He’s Exiting ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ After Season 3 Premiere

Actor Kellan Lutz, an original cast member of FBI: Most Wanted, has officially acknowleged he’s leaving the police procedural.

After last night’s Season 3 premiere – actually Part 2 of a three-part crossover with FBI and its new spinoff, FBI: International – Lutz took to Instagram with a lengthy post. He played Agent Crosby on the show, a drama focusing on the Fugitive Task Force of the bureau.

His character’s exit was a key part of the premiere. Agent Crosby was assisting Missy Peregrym’s Special Agent Maggie Bell in last night’s show. During the action, a veteran who had served alongside Crosby in the Army shot him, requiring immediate surgery. That left the agent a farewell with the door slightly ajar, as the show portrayed him returning home to his parents in Oklahoma to recuperate.

In real life, Lutz said that the heartbreak of losing his first-born daughter in 2020 and other factors led to his departure.

“What a night! And yes, you saw that correctly, Crosby won’t be chasing down any bad guys for a little while,” Lutz wrote. “2020 was a lot for everyone to say the least. For me it started with losing my first daughter, then nearly my wife, and both grandfathers among other things, all in the middle of a global pandemic on the opposite side of the country from my family, friends, and entire support system.”

He went on to say that “After a lot of prayer and reflection, I made the difficult decision to move my growing family back to CA so our daughter could grow up with her grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, just a short drive away.” The FBI: Most Wanted series films mostly in New York’s Westchester and Rockland counties.

Lutz thanked series creator Dick Wolf, the network, UniversalTV and his cast and crew.

“One thing that I kept hearing over and over when I booked this job was how much of a family Dick Wolf shows are, and that couldn’t be more accurate. They’ve supported me in the lows and celebrated with me in the highs and I will forever be grateful for everything they’ve done for me.

“I will miss the show, my costars, production, and most importantly my character Kenny Crosby, who is named after one of the grandfathers I lost earlier this year, but I have so much peace knowing I made the right decision for my family.

“I hope Crosby is able to pop in and out here and there in the future but for now-

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Volledige cast & crew van FBI: Most Wanted

Hier vind je een overzicht van de cast & crew van de serie FBI: Most Wanted uit het jaar 2020, met onder andere alle acteurs, actrices en de regisseur. Wanneer je klikt op de naam van een acteur, actrice of regisseur uit de serie FBI: Most Wanted kun je meer films en/of series van hem of haar bekijken. Klik hier voor meer informatie over de serie.

Wij hebben een overzicht gemaakt dat onder meer bestaat uit acteurs, regisseurs, het productie-team, het camera-team, schrijvers en overige crewleden.

Roxy Sternberg

Roxy Sternberg

Sheryll Barnes

Morgan Montgomery

Morgan Montgomery

Detainee

maggie gough

maggie gough

yohanna florentino

yohanna florentino

Laakan McHardy

Laakan McHardy

Miranda Diaz

Jennifer McCabe

Jennifer McCabe

Alice Jackson

Taylor Petracek

Taylor Petracek

Billy Ray Jackson

Mark Cayne

Mark Cayne

Lamont Carpenter

Kendra Farn

Kendra Farn

TV Reporter

Lawrence Oliver Cherry

Lawrence Oliver Cherry

August Delancy

Tyrone L. Robinson

Tyrone L. Robinson

Security Guard

Jackson Mercado

Jackson Mercado

Deputy Torres

Jill Durso

Jill Durso

Witness

Kayla King

Kayla King

Jilly

Sean McDermott

Sean McDermott

Joe Earley

Cathy Salvodon

Cathy Salvodon

Nechelle Robinson

Jason Ostrowski

Jason Ostrowski

Ben Lewis

Minda Larsen

Minda Larsen

Maureen Lewis

Sawyer Ploski

Sawyer Ploski

Hudson Lewis

Katie Hartke

Katie Hartke

Aunt Rebecca Lewis

Stephen Michael Spencer

Stephen Michael Spencer

AJ Fisher

Francisca Munoz

Francisca Munoz

Med Tech

Jisoo Grace

Jisoo Grace

Female Employee

Scott Drummond

Scott Drummond

U.S. Marshal Carter Larsen

Robert Pendilla

Robert Pendilla

Dave

Charles Everett

Charles Everett

Agent Rashad Alero

Jeffrey Mark

Jeffrey Mark

Len Garnier

Luke Hofmaier

Luke Hofmaier

Bank Manager

Upenda Morton

Upenda Morton

Officer Amy Campbell

Patrick Foley

Patrick Foley

Dennis Williams

Sally Stewart

Sally Stewart

Carol Martin

Lisa Hampton

Lisa Hampton

Det. Susanne Smith

Jahneer Williams

Jahneer Williams

Michael

Constance Zaytoun

Constance Zaytoun

Faiza

Kayla Wickes

Kayla Wickes

Bethany Bilson

Seth J. Guerra

Seth J. Guerra

Frank

Sky Lakota-Lynch

Sky Lakota-Lynch

Tommy Bigtree

Sidney DuPont

Sidney DuPont

Agent Dan Small

Nokomis Leaman Logsdon

Nokomis Leaman Logsdon

Dina

Melodie Wolford

Melodie Wolford

Mary Wahl

Jason Martin

Jason Martin

Hank

Dan Doherty

Dan Doherty

Buddy

Samuel Shoulder

Samuel Shoulder

Joel

Beethovan Oden

Beethovan Oden

Barry Sands

Amy Staats

Amy Staats

Jane Collier

Aria Kane

Aria Kane

Gracie Cartwright

Samantha Steinmetz

Samantha Steinmetz

Linda Carroll

Delissa Reynolds

Delissa Reynolds

Warden Renee

Gary Hilborn

Gary Hilborn

Jack Cartwright

Dylan James

Dylan James

Eric Cartwright

Brooke Smith
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FBI Season 3 Episode 3

David Zayas (Dexter) guest stars as a cartel leader on CBS’s FBI season three episode three, “Liar’s Poker.” Episode three was directed by Alex Chapple from a script by Joe Halpin and will air on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at 9pm ET/PT.

Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki lead the cast as Special Agent Maggie Bell and Special Agent Omar Adom ‘OA’ Zidan. Jeremy Sisto stars as Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine, Alana De La Garza is Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille, and John Boyd plays Special Agent Stuart Scola.

Episode three guest stars also include Ben Shenkman, Carmen Lamar Gonzalez, Diego Aguirre, Sir Brodie, and Tracey Conyer Lee. Robert Montana, Jorge Sanchez-Diaz, Paul Douglas Anderson, Chris Walker, and Michelle Vo also guest star in “Liar’s Poker.”

“Liar’s Poker” Plot: When the leader of a drug cartel and one of the world’s most wanted men, Antonio Vargas (Zayas), is apprehended by the team, the entire FBI headquarters is put at risk when his henchmen unveil a terroristic threat to free him. During the turmoil, Isobel must make the difficult decision whether to sacrifice her conscience or her career.

Series Description, Courtesy of CBS:

FBI is a fast-paced drama about the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This elite unit brings to bear all their talents, intellect and technical expertise on major cases in order to keep New York and the country safe.

Born into a multigenerational law enforcement family, Special Agent Maggie Bell commits deeply to the people she works with as well as those she protects. Her partner is Special Agent Omar Adom ‘OA’ Zidan, a West Point graduate via Bushwick who spent two years undercover for the DEA before being cherry-picked by the FBI. Overseeing them is Special Agent in Charge, Isobel Castille, who operates under intense pressure and has undeniable command authority.

The team also includes Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine, the nerve center of the office whose ability to easily relate to and engage with both superiors and subordinates makes him a master motivator. Newest to the team – and the FBI – is smart and outspoken Special Agent Tiffany Wallace, who spent six years with the NYPD and is now partner to Special Agent Stuart Scola, an Ivy League-educated Wall Streeter-turned-FBI agent. These first-class agents tenaciously investigate cases of tremendous magnitude, including terrorism, organized crime and counterintelligence.

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FBI (TV series)

2018 American crime drama television series

This article is about the TV series by Dick Wolf. For the ABC TV series that aired from 1965 to 1974, see The F.B.I. (TV series).

FBI is an American crime dramatelevision series created by Dick Wolf and Craig Turk that airs on CBS, where it premiered on September 25, 2018.[2] The series is produced by Wolf Entertainment, CBS Studios, and Universal Television, with Dick Wolf, Arthur W. Forney, Peter Jankowski, and Turk serving as executive producers.

The series features an ensemble cast including Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto, Ebonée Noel, Sela Ward, Alana de la Garza, John Boyd and Katherine Renee Turner. FBI received a straight-to-series commission for 13 episodes on September 20, 2017.[3] In May 2020, CBS renewed the series for a third season.[4] The third season premiered on November 17, 2020.[5][6] In March 2021, CBS renewed the series for a fourth season,[7] which premiered on September 21, 2021.[8]

Premise[edit]

The series centers on inner workings of the New York office criminal division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). This elite unit brings to bear all their talents, intellect, and technical expertise on major cases in order to keep New York and the country safe. Born into a multi-generational law enforcement family, Special Agent Maggie Bell commits deeply to the people she works with as well as those she protects. Her partner is Special Agent Omar Adom "O. A." Zidan, a West Point graduate from Bushwick who spent two years undercover for the DEA before being cherry-picked by the FBI. Overseeing them is Special Agent in Charge Dana Mosier, who operates under intense pressure and has undeniable command authority. The team also includes Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine, the nerve center of the office whose ability to easily relate to and engage with both superiors and subordinates makes him a master motivator. Kristen Chazal is the team's most valued resource, a brilliant analyst recruited straight out of college who can piece together the big picture faster than anyone. These first-class agents tenaciously investigate cases including terrorism, organized crime, and counterintelligence.[9]

Starting in season 2, Stuart Scola, a former Wall Street trader-turned-Special Agent joins the team and is partnered with Kristen, who transitions into field work at the same time. Also, Isobel Castille takes Mosier's place as team supervisor following the latter's retirement. At the start of season 3, Kristen transfers to Dallas, Texas, and is replaced by Tiffany Wallace, a former NYPD officer and White Collar Division agent.

Cast[edit]

Main article: List of FBI (TV series) characters

Main[edit]

  • Missy Peregrym as Maggie Bell, FBI Special Agent and field supervisor. She is charge of the team while out in the field.[10]
  • Zeeko Zaki as Omar Adom "O. A." Zidan, FBI Special Agent and Maggie's junior partner, West Point graduate, and retired Army Ranger[11]
  • Jeremy Sisto as Jubal Valentine, FBI Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge (ASAC)[12][9]
  • Ebonée Noel as Kristen Chazal (seasons 1–2), FBI Special Agent and an Intelligence Analyst[13]
  • Connie Nielsen as Special Agent in Charge Ellen Solberg ("Pilot"), the team's initial supervisor[14]
  • Sela Ward as Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Dana Mosier (season 1), Solberg's replacement as the team's supervisor[15][16]
  • Alana de la Garza as Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Isobel Castille (guest season 1; season 2 – present), Mosier's replacement as the team's supervisor[17]
  • John Boyd as Stuart Scola (season 2 – present), FBI Special Agent and Kristen's, and later, Tiffany's field partner[18][19]
  • Katherine Renee Turner as Tiffany Wallace (season 3 – present), a former NYPD officer and White Collar Division agent and Kristen's replacement.[20]

Recurring[edit]

  • Derek Hedlund as Special Agent JT, a FBI Special Agent who frequently worked in the field with OA and Maggie
  • James Chen as Ian Lim, a FBI Technical Analyst
  • Thomas Phillip O'Neil as Dr. Neil Mosbach, a FBI Medical Examiner
  • Rodney Richardson as Ray Stapleton, an FBI Forensic Technician (season 1)
  • Nina Lisandrello as Eve Nettles, an FBI Forensic Technician (season 1)
  • Taylor Anthony Miller as Kelly Moran, an FBI Analyst (season 2–present)
  • Roshawn Franklin as Trevor Hobbs, a FBI Special Agent and a Intelligence Analyst (season 2–present)
  • Vedette Lim as Elise Taylor, an FBI intelligence analyst (season 2–present)
  • Catherine Haena Kim as Emily Ryder, an FBI Special Agent who temporarily fills in for Kristen when she is injured in the line of duty (season 2)
  • Josh Segarra as Nestor Vertiz, an FBI Supervisory Special Agent who worked on an undercover operation with Maggie and dated her. He is also in charge of the Gang unit (season 3)

Crossover characters[edit]

  • Julian McMahon as Jess LaCroix, FBI Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) and Team leader of the Fugitive Task Force (FBI: Most Wanted)
  • Keisha Castle-Hughes as Hana Gibson, FBI Special Agent and Technical Analyst assigned to the Fugitive Task Force (FBI: Most Wanted)
  • Kellan Lutz as Ken Crosby, FBI Special Agent in the Fugitive Task Force (FBI: Most Wanted)
  • Roxy Sternberg as Sheryll Barnes, FBI Special Agent and second in command of the Fugitive Task Force (FBI: Most Wanted)
  • Nathaniel Arcand as Clinton Skye (season 1), FBI Special Agent assigned to the Fugitive Task Force (FBI: Most Wanted)
  • YaYa Gosselin as Tali Lacroix, daughter of Jess LaCroix (FBI: Most Wanted)
  • Tracy Spiridakos as Detective Hailey Upton (season 2), a member of the Intelligence Unit for the Chicago Police Department (Chicago P.D.)
  • Luke Kleintank as Scott Forrester, FBI Supervisory Special Agent who is head of the International Fly Team for the FBI.

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of FBI episodes

Crossovers[edit]

See also: Chicago (franchise) § Crossovers

Crossover between Episode(s) Type Actors crossing over Date aired
Series A Series B Series C
FBIFBI: Most WantedN/A"Most Wanted"
(FBI 1.18)
Backdoor PilotAppearing in Series A:Julian McMahon, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Kellan Lutz, Roxy Sternberg, Nathaniel Arcand, Yaya GosselinApril 2, 2019 (2019-04-02)

Main article: Most Wanted (FBI)

FBI: Most WantedFBIN/A"Dopesick"
(FBI: Most Wanted 1.01)
Guest appearanceAppearing in Series A: Alana de la GarzaJanuary 7, 2020 (2020-01-07)
FBI: Most WantedFBIN/A"Caesar"
(FBI: Most Wanted 1.04)
Appearing in Series A: Alana de la GarzaJanuary 28, 2020 (2020-01-28)
FBIFBI: Most WantedN/A"American Dreams"
(FBI 2.18)
"Reveille"
(FBI: Most Wanted 1.09)
Two-part crossoverAppearing in Series A: Julian McMahon, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Kellan Lutz, Roxy Sternberg, Yaya Gosselin
Appearing in Series B:Zeeko Zaki, Ebonée Noel, John Boyd, Alana de la Garza, Jeremy Sisto
March 24, 2020 (2020-03-24)

Main article: FBI and FBI: Most Wanted crossover

FBIChicago P.D.N/A"Emotional Rescue"
(FBI 2.19)
Guest appearanceAppearing in Series A:Tracy SpiridakosMarch 31, 2020 (2020-03-31)

Main article: Emotional Rescue (FBI)

FBI: Most WantedFBIN/A"Deconflict"
(FBI: Most Wanted 2.03)
Guest appearanceAppearing in Series A: Alana de la GarzaDecember 8, 2020 (2020-12-08)
FBI: Most WantedFBIN/A"Criminal Justice"
(FBI: Most Wanted 2.12)
Appearing in Series A: Alana de la GarzaMay 4, 2021 (2021-05-04)
FBIFBI: Most WantedFBI: International"All That Glitters"
(FBI 4.01)
"Exposed"
(FBI: Most Wanted 3.01)
"Pilot"
(FBI: International 1.01)
Three-part crossoverAppearing in Series A: Julian McMahon, Kellan Lutz
Appearing in Series B:Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Alana de la Garza
Appearing in Series C: Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto, Alana de la Garza, James Chen, Taylor Anthony Miller, Julian McMahon, Kellan Lutz
September 21, 2021 (2021-09-21)
FBI: InternationalFBIN/A"The Edge"
(FBI: International 1.02)
Guest appearanceAppearing in Series A: Jeremy SistoSeptember 28, 2021 (2021-09-28)
FBI: InternationalFBIN/A"Secrets as Weapons"
(FBI: International 1.03)
Appearing in Series A: Alana de la GarzaOctober 5, 2021 (2021-10-05)

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

The origins of the series go back to the Television Critics Association summer 2016 press tour, where Wolf revealed plans for a crime drama series, placed in New York and set in the world of the FBI. Wolf's original plan was to introduce it on the NBC network as a planned spin-off to his New York crime drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, where it was intended to introduce an FBI agent character, but NBC ultimately did not go through with it and the idea was later put on hold for different reasons. It's Wolf's first drama series to launch on a network other than NBC in 15 years. CBS officially picked up to series on September 20, 2017. The series is produced by CBS Television Studios and Universal Television.[24]

On January 25, 2019, during the TCA press tour, FBI was renewed for a second season,[25] which is set to premiere on September 24, 2019.[26] On May 7, 2019, following the renewal it was announced that Milena Govich joined as co-executive producer and director.[27]

On March 12, 2020, Universal Television has suspended the production of the last three episodes of the second season following the COVID-19 pandemic.[28] However, on May 6, 2020, CBS announced that it was renewed for a third season which premiered on November 17, 2020.[4][5][6] On March 24, 2021, CBS announced that it was renewed the series for a fourth season,[7] which premiered on September 21, 2021.[8]

Casting[edit]

On March 1, 2018, Zeeko Zaki was cast as Omar Adom.[11] A week later, Jeremy Sisto was cast as Jubal,[12] including Ebonée Noel also cast as Kristin.[13] Before the end of the month, Missy Peregrym had joined the cast as Maggie.[10] The FBI Special Agent in Charge in the first episode ("Pilot") was Ellen Solberg, played by Connie Nielsen. On May 16, 2018, the day of scheduling the series for fall 2018, Nielsen was announced to have left the series for undisclosed reasons.[29][30]

On July 13, 2018, Sela Ward was cast in the second episode as Dana Mosier who fulfills a similar role to Connie Nielsen who was in the first episode.[15] During the season finale, it was indicated that Ward would be departing the series after the first season.[16] On July 9, 2019, Alana de la Garza—who played Isobel Castille in a guest appearance in the first season—was promoted to the main cast for the second season; she also recurs on the spin-off series FBI: Most Wanted.[17]

On August 6, 2019, John Boyd was cast as Special Agent Stuart Scola, Kristin's new partner in the field, in a recurring role with the option to be promoted to regular at a later date.[18] Boyd was promoted to regular on October 7, 2019.[19] On August 28, 2020, Katherine Renee Turner was cast as a series regular for the third season.[20]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the first season has an approval rating of 63% based on 24 reviews, with an average rating of 6.22 out of 10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Dick Wolf's new series sports a compelling cast and adrenaline-spiking spectacle, although some viewers may find this retread of the mega-producer's previous procedural formulas overly familiar."[31]Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 57 out of 100 based on 13 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[32]

Ratings[edit]

Spin-offs[edit]

Main articles: FBI: Most Wanted and FBI: International

On January 29, 2019, it was announced that CBS had commissioned a backdoor pilot with an attached series commitment for a potential spin-off series titled FBI: Most Wanted, with the episode to air in the latter part of the first season. The series will focus on the division of the FBI tasked with tracking and capturing the most notorious criminals on the FBI's Most Wanted list. According to Dick Wolf, the spin-off is set to launch a series of interconnected shows similar to Wolf's Chicago and Law & Order franchises on NBC.[41] Actors who have been cast were reported to be: Julian McMahon,[42]Alana de la Garza,[43]Kellan Lutz,[44] Roxy Sternberg,[45] and Nathaniel Arcand,[46] as well as Keisha Castle-Hughes.[47] On May 9, 2019, CBS announced that FBI: Most Wanted had been ordered to series.[48] The series, created by Rene Balcer, premiered on January 7, 2020.

On February 18, 2021, it was reported that a third series of the FBI franchise with the working title FBI: International spin-off is in development.[49] On March 24, 2021, CBS announced that the spin-off had been ordered to series.[7] On July 8, 2021, it was reported that Luke Kleintank, Heida Reed and Vinessa Vidotto were set to casts in the spin-off.[50]

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  1. ^Known as CBS Television Studios until 2020

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FBI_(TV_series)


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