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The episode was rated #1 Best episode of FBI from 3 votes.
A woman with information about the death of Maggie’s husband is abducted, leading OA and the team to uncover a criminal operation larger than anyone imagined. Also, Dana puts her career in jeopardy when she stands by and allows Maggie to work on this case that has such a personal connection to her.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of FBI from 962 votes.
The FBI team investigates a drug deal gone bad after the body of a college student is found. Detective Hailey Upton temporarily joins the team and finds her usual investigative methods clash with the Bureau’s more buttoned-up environment.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of FBI from 690 votes.
Part 1 of a crossover with FBI: Most Wanted. Jess LaCroix and his team come to help OA find a fugitive LaCroix arrested years ago after a bus with 26 students goes missing—and he’s the main suspect.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of FBI from 644 votes.
When the son of a well-known retired FBI agent is taken just blocks from their home in what appears to be a revenge kidnapping, the team must uncover if it's tied to the agent's past or trouble the son has gotten into on his own. Isobel must make a hard call when information from the past comes to light.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of FBI from 735 votes.
After the police ignore a desperate father’s plea for help, he abducts a billionaire’s daughter and holds her hostage in a near-impenetrable safe room until his own missing child is returned to him. Jubal puts his hostage negotiation skills to the test.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of FBI from 713 votes.
When the leader of a drug cartel and one of the world’s most wanted men, Antonio Vargas, 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.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of FBI from 456 votes.
The team races to stop an active serial killer after three women are found weighted down at the bottom of a lake. Jubal looks into an old closed case after there are multiple similarities to the recent victims.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of FBI from 475 votes.
As the team searches for a young girl who was kidnapped from a cabin during a family vacation, they discover that the abduction may be tied to a skeleton in her family's closet. Maggie questions her relationship with Nestor when she learns he hasn't been completely honest with her.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of FBI from 236 votes.
After a truck filled with armor-piercing rifles is hijacked, the team works to discover who stole it, and what they have planned for the stolen weapons. A friend from OA’s past in the military intelligence unit returns to help with the case, but OA isn’t sure he can trust his judgement.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of FBI from 723 votes.
Maggie and Dana struggle to find justice for victims murdered by a serial killer who left a ghoulish mark on all of his victims, while the mayor limits the investigation in order to prevent economical loss.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of FBI from 1002 votes.
The team welcomes a new member, Special Agent Tiffany Wallace, as they search for killers who orchestrated a mass shooting at a media company. OA’s personal connection with the case threatens to cloud his judgement.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of FBI from 493 votes.
A loving husband and father of two, Jim Russo, is kidnapped after accidentally getting involved in illegal dealings far beyond what he imagined. Also, Jubal must make a difficult decision regarding his family and their future.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of FBI from 869 votes.
When the daughter of a wealthy family is kidnapped in an attempt to gain notorious internet fame, Maggie and OA discover the kidnapper’s plans go far beyond abduction in order to never be forgotten.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of FBI from 1018 votes.
A former kidnapping victim is linked to a series of murders that includes the daughter of an NYPD detective. Kristen begins to doubt her ability as an agent after a training exercise leaves her shaken.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of FBI from 761 votes.
When the team is called to the scene of a murder, they quickly suspect political motivation, but when another murder occurs, they work to uncover a common thread before more bodies pile up. Maggie contemplates a decision that could affect her entire career.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of FBI from 703 votes.
After an altercation with a student, teacher Patrick Miller goes missing, leading the team to investigate everyone who might have had a grudge against him. A key witness in the case steps up to help. Maggie does whatever she can to ensure their safety.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of FBI from 771 votes.
After a businessman with a history of harassment claims against him is killed, the team suspects it may be one of his many accusers.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of FBI from 740 votes.
When the team digs into the circumstances surrounding a car crash that resulted in the death of a photographer, they realize there is more than meets the eye. Maggie sympathizes with his widow when she notices similarities with her own husband’s death
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of FBI from 775 votes.
A bank hold-up leads the team to a safe deposit box, the contents of which have the potential to destroy national security. Although Kristen is eager to get back into field work, other team members still have their concerns.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of FBI from 743 votes.
Last updated: feb 27, 2021
Well constructed show. Acting is great, drama is realistic.
I really really enjoy this show. I'm never bored and this show is not about the interpersonal drama of the cops at all and is all focused on the case. Of course you get to know the various members of the crew as you continue to watch, but the show is focused on the case and that's what I really love about it.
It's all about OA!!!!!
Very poor acting, too much politics. Overall average minus.
This is a generic 'police/fbi investigate new case each week' show. There are plenty of similar shows in existence. It's entertaining but it's nothing new nor is it exciting. (I've only seen 3 episodes so far.) I do have one gripe with this show. It's too woke for its own good. If you don't mind political propaganda in your police shows, then this won't bother you. But it's odd that this show feels the need to do this. I mean I only saw 3 episodes so far and each of them had Missy's character articulate some kind of left-leaning political talking point. There is absolutely no problem to do this. Characters can have opinions and political leanings, that's fine. Where it isn't fine is when it's painfully obvious it is done solely to have her say this and not develop her character.
How come when a bomb goes off the first thing they said was," I need intel on the White supresists " ????? not terrorists !!!!! OJ was very upset at his muslim friend even though he was being radicalized. Racist show.
I'm a bit on the fence with this series. The acting is good. The cast is solid (Missy Peregrym:flag_ca: and Zeeko Zaki hold the focus and there are solid, tested performers bringing support). The plots are episodic, which is part of my issue, big cases are solved within impossibly small windows of time. My other issue is the curt writing styles. There seems to be minimal attention to emotional depth or transitions, or to depth of characterization. Initially, I was giving episodes ratings of 6 (fair) out of 10, although there was the occasional 7 (good). The second season has begun with some ragged writing and the introduction of some new characters. Seal Ward's character has been replaced (an unfortunate choice) with a hard-nosed boss, probably to bring internal tension to the seasonal arch. I'm still on the fence and, so, I give this series, to date, a 6.5 (fair with surprises) out of 10. [FBI procedural drama]
An excellent show. Best fall 2018 premiers in my book. Balances private/personal and work in a great way and all acting is top notch. Best of all is of course the very realistic performances from Peregrym and Zaki as Maggie and OA.
Another cop, FBI, etc: show. I’ve seen so many Amazing great shows over the years, of all different acting, plots, from comedy to serious. But come on another Cop show!!! Never you take a great actress and make her look like she hates everyone and everything. From one cop show straight into another. Start to use some imagination Please
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