FBI Season 1
FBI season 1 started airing on Tuesday, September 25, 2018. Subscribe below for season One fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Mar 12, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S1E14 Exposed
next episode S1E15 Scorched Earth
The season consists of 17 episodes.
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CBS near deal for miniseries based on fired FBI Director James Comey's 'A Higher Loyalty' memoir - via Cnbc
The adaptation for the production is expected to be written by Billy Ray, an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter for the 2013 film "Captain Phillips." It is expected to be executive produced by Alex Kurtzman, Ray, Shane Salerno and Heather Kadin.
James Comey's memoir to become CBS miniseries - via Washingtonexaminer
Comey was appointed as FBI director by former President Barack Obama and served from Sept. 2013 until April 2017, and in that time he oversaw the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails and the probe into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.
FBI director declines to say whether it will investigate author of anonymous op-ed - via Washingtonpost
Speaking to reporters on Friday aboard Air Force One, Trump argued that there is a national security imperative to unmasking and punishing the person responsible for the op-ed, which depicted a “two-track presidency” in which some top staffers make up a “resistance” force working to thwart Trump’s “misguided impulses.”
George Papadopoulos asks for probation for lying to FBI - via Cbsnews
The memo refers to Alex Van Der Zwaan, who also pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in connection to Mueller's investigation. Van Der Zwaan was sentenced to 30 days in prison. However, the memo argues that Papadopoulos's actions were "far less egregious."
Donald Trump is obsessed with revamping the "terrible" FBI building - Axios - via Axios
Trump is obsessed with the FBI building. For months now, in meetings with White House officials and Senate appropriators intended to discuss big-picture spending priorities, the president rants about the graceless J. Edgar Hoover Building in downtown Washington, D.C.
FBI is a scripted drama that follows the inner workings of the New York office of the FBI, bringing to bear all the Bureau's skills, intellect and mind-blowing technology to keep New York and the country safe.
Although an Ebola scare on his first day might be enough plot for one episode, there's not a single patient who seems to escape Dr. Max's tireless attention, even at the apparent expense of his own wellbeing — and that of his pregnant wife, currently estranged because of his dedication to the job. The only thing more <...> - by TV Insider [Matt Roush]
The agents are a woman from a law-enforcement family and a man with Middle Eastern roots who happens to be a decorated West Point graduate. One of the villains tonight is a white nationalist, and nobody equivocates. He’s just bad. End of. That’s refreshing. As she and Special Agent Omar Adom (Zeeko Zaki, <...> - by Boston Herald [Mark A. Perigard]
It’s all fairly standard stuff that a Wolf production could probably do blindfolded and with one arm tied behind its back. The scenes are snappily written and well-paced, even when Bell crosses the line and threatens a suspect, a Dominican immigrant, with legal troubles befalling the rest of his family if he <...> - by ScreenRant [Kevin Yeoman]
Why was a random apartment building targeted? As the New York office puts its technological know-how into play, led by Assistant Special Agent In Charge Jubal Valentine (Jeremy Sisto), there’s hints that gangs are fighting each other for turf. But eventually, the explosions are pinned to a well-known white <...> - by Decider [Joel Keller]
It's great to see two officers free to make decisions based on their own instincts. They are the ones that are in the situation, so they need to be able to make their own calls instead of looking for answers from a supervisor who isn't present. As was seeing Maggie attend Emmett's funeral. The amount of real <...> - by TV Fanatic [Sarah Cudlipp]