FBI: Season 1 (2018 - 2019)

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Season 1
FBI

Critics Consensus

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.

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Critic Ratings: 24

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User Ratings: 162
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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 25, 2018
2
Air date: Oct 2, 2018
3
Air date: Oct 9, 2018
4
Air date: Oct 16, 2018
5
Air date: Oct 23, 2018
6
Air date: Oct 30, 2018
7
Air date: Oct 31, 2018
8
Air date: Nov 20, 2018
9
Air date: Nov 20, 2018
10
Air date: Jul 19, 2013
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Tv Season Info

These first-class agents, including Special Agent Maggie Bell and her partner, Special Agent Omar Adom 'OA' Zidan, bring all their talents, intellect and technical expertise to tenaciously investigate cases of tremendous magnitude, including terrorism, organized crime and counterintelligence, in order to keep New York and the country safe.

Cast

Missy Peregrym
as Special Agent Maggie Bell
Zeeko Zaki
as Special Agent Omar Adom "OA" Zida
Ebonee Noel
as Analyst Kristen Chazal
Jeremy Sisto
as Jubal Valentine
Sela Ward
as Dana Mosier
James Chen
as Ian Lentz
Rodney Richardson
as Ray Stapleton
Michael Mosley
as U.S. Marshal Paul Ackerman
Connie Nielsen
as Ellen Solberg
Lily Du
as Tech
Amber Skye Noyes
as Amber Turner
Nina Lisandrello
as Even Nettles
David St. Louis
as Jim Ruhde
Yul Vázquez
as Bryce Miller
Misha Kuznetsov
as Maksim Petrov
Ashley Williams
as Alexis Moran
Dennis Flanagan
as Jason Milgrim
Hermione Lynch
as Arianna Vickers
Ian Casselberry
as Ernesto Villa (Passenger
G.K. Williams
as SWAT Leader
Natasha Murray
as ERT Leader
Hadi Tabbal
as Jake Fletcher
Alex Breaux
as Nick Salerno
Leer Leary
as Mike Kernick
Max Darwin
as Nathanial Bain
Thomas Philip O'Neill
as Dr. Neil Mosbach
Rob Giumarra
as Damon Cruz "Soto"
Derek Hedlund
as Young Agent
Steven Maier
as Freddy Kernick
Emma Duncan
as Valerie Borgia
Francesca Faridany
as Jennifer Hilton
Glenn Fleary
as Ryan Jenkins/Cop #2/Perp
Dennis Boutsikaris
as President Edgar Whitman
Galway McCullough
as Mark Winfrey
Stracy Diaz
as Elena Rojas
Jorge Chapa
as Driver/Jay Hicks
Francesca Root-Dodson
as Elizaveth Kernick
Joe Forbrich
as Todd Winters
Tawny Cypress
as Jillian Starls
Daniel Danielson
as Kevin Odom
Nate Richman
as Swat Leader "Dan"
Hasaan Gilmer
as Leo Parks
Jeff Adler
as Hopper/Mason
Tyler Elliot Burke
as Davis Kernick
Dikran Tulaine
as Martin Vickers
Paloma Guzman
as Nicole Sousa
Chris Meyer
as Garrett Sebastian
Edwin Lugo
as Adil Najarian
Carolina Espiro
as Detective Gates NYPD
James Ciccone
as Private Investigator William Dean
Bernard Bygott
as Samuel Kernick
Rami Margron
as M15 Agent Dunne
Jeremy Landon Hays
as Eric Healy/Cop #1/Man
Isiah Whitlock Jr.
as Richard Talmage
Jay Klaitz
as Tim Squires
Sayra Player
as Sandy Ackerman
Mark McKinnon
as SWAT Team Leader
Thaddeus Daniels
as Police Officer
Daoud Heidami
as Edgar Santos
May Calamawy
as Nita Kayali
Titus Makin Jr.
as Art Perkins
Ili Ray
as Hailey Nuriyev
Sandrine Holt
as Lynn Carver
Julian McMahon
as FBI Agent Jess Lacroix
Allan Corduner
as Victor Beniov
Jessica Krueger
as Jackie Glenn
Chris Lanceley
as M15 Agent Simon
Timothy Adams
as Richard Cook
Peter Karas
as Detective Damon Hora
Torsten Hillhouse
as U.S. Marshals Rep
Michael Cullen
as Joseph Cross
Din Mayfield
as Kevin Singleton
Lyanka Gryu
as Katya Beniov
Esau Pritchett
as Captain Howard
Connie Saltzman
as Female Cashier
Jared Johnston
as Frank Cutler
Chris Carlock
as Tony Sweet
Nathan Darrow
as SSA Mike Franco
Rich Sommer
as Dr. Ed Praeger
Kellan Lutz
as FBI Agent Crosby
Lenny Venito
as Lee Shalgos
Olivia Nikkanen
as Elizabeth Chase
Nasser Faris
as Ahmed El-Masri
Albert Choi
as Surgeon
Rodrigo Lopresti
as Professor Will Kelly
Lexi Lapp
as Julia Parker
Gregg Prosser
as Security Officer #1
Billy Burke
as Rowan Quinn
Dominic Comperatore
as Steve Parker
Ross Degraw
as Mike Vota
Ava Eisenson
as Employee
Phoebe Torres
as Katharine James
Josh Breckenridge
as ATF Rep Stephen Troy
Rick Zahn
as Instructor
Mia Kaplan
as Tara Shalgos
Roxy Steinberg
as FBI Agent Sheryll Barnes
Chris Conroy
as Jason Bell
Scott Gordon
as Cameron Moore
Kyle Decker
as Robert Burke
Roxy Sternberg
as FBI Agent Sheryll Barnes
Joy Suprano
as Eliza Holliman
Chris Diamantopoulos
as Benjamin Chase
Michael Benyaer
as Zev Malin
Tom Day
as NYFD Battalion Chief
Bonnie Black
as Heidi Wagner
Chris Costa
as Paramedic
Dan Daily
as Sheriff Clay Curlee
Blake DeLong
as Matt Tolan
Jared P. Smith
as Swat Leader #2
Ras Enoch McCurdie
as Oliver West
Dalton Harrod
as Connor Whitman/Suspect
Stan Demidoff
as Stepan "Snake" Tsarko
Tim Johnson Jr.
as Kofi Seifu
Anzi Debenedetto
as Charlie Jacobs
Keisha Castle-Hughes
as FBI Analyst Hana Gibson
Madeleine Mfuru
as Allison Harper
Kellie Overbey
as Renee Subotic
Elizabeth Stanley
as Linda McCann
Jacqueline Torres
as Detective Meija
Rachel Kylian
as Receptionist
Jason Cadieux
as Todd Durgin
Brandon Espinoza
as Patrick Cross
John Cannon
as FPS Officer
Mark Doherty
as ICE rep
Chil Kong
as Agent Josh Park
Nathanial Arcand
as FBI Agent Clinton Skye
Russell Jordan
as Douglas Jacoby
David Lee Russek
as Lt. Danny Watts
Lynn Adrianna
as Melissa Palmieri
Jason Mello
as Agent Holt
Michael Castilleios
as Carlos Sanchez/Handsome Man
Sagar Kiran
as Roman Isco
Dave Pope
as Otan Reis
Danielia Maximillian
as Crying Hostage
Jason Kaufman
as Swat Operator
Michael Blas
as Hostage Chef
Ari Brand
as Operator #1
Shawn T. Andrew
as FBI Tent Agent
Alana De La Garza
as Assistant Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille
Brittany Vicars
as Female Patient
Louis Carbonneau
as Detective Conway
Scott Bryce
as Paul Garett
Jason Schuchman
as Dr. Alan Klein
Matthew DeCapua
as Roland Poe
Jonathan Avigdori
as Khalid Barhom
Olivia Oguma
as Operator #2
Amelia Fowler
as Bank Greeter
Brian Avers
as Samuel Ott
Pun Bandhu
as Kenneth Landry
Helen Beyene
as Hakeema Bassey
Jason Nadal
as Rob McCann
Matthew Lillard
as Tommy Gilman
Karim Sioud
as Karim Mahmoud
Todd A. Horman
as Frank Donahue
Gerald W. Jones II
as Chris Grant
Nikki Wildy
as Emma Jacoby
Maeve Crispi
as Chrissy Bugasi
Ella Ayberk
as Consulate Attache
Rayan Lawrence
as Sgt. Winslow
Pat Shay
as Louis Bugasi
Amel Khalil
as Karen Sun
Salma Shaw
as Valerie Hartford
Peter Facinelli
as Mike Venutti
Destin Khari
as Emmett Grantl
Todd Alan Crain
as Russel Donovan
Michael Maliakel
as Adam Michaels
Sandy York
as Surgeon
Krista Braun
as Susan Poe
Jeanine Bertel
as Sophie Keller
Josh Randall
as Nick Frost
Tara Westwood
as Margaret Chase
YaYa Gosselin
as Tali Lacroix
Glenn Kubota
as Hoe-Chan Park
Paulo Costanzo
as Spencer Briggs
Ann Sanders
as Charlie's Mother
Jonathan Castro
as NYPD Detective Tom Shay
Luke Robertson
as Nathan Post
Hilary Mann
as Tourist
Lucia Spina
as Assistant
Joaquin Maceo Rosa
as Bernardo Funes
Dietrich Teschner
as VCMO Special Agent
Erika Burke Rossa
as Veronica Klein
Devin Harjes
as Tim Shaunessy
Nina Kassa
as Cleaning Lady
Jamie Ann Burke
as Young Woman
Marissa Carpio
as ER Doctor
Mac Brandt
as Brick Peters
Gwendolyn Ellis
as Connie Gilman
Bernard Burlew
as Security Guard
Joseph Castillo-Midyett
as NYPD Rep Martinez
Adam Harrington
as Jim Ustis
Sean Donnelly
as Store Owner
Brandi Bravo
as Angela Perez
Dallas Roberts
as Robert Lawrence
Thomas G. Waites
as Detective Dryden
Lyndsay Kimball
as Detective Rachel Burns
Jake Robards
as SSA Scott Jasper
Joel Leffert
as Maître D'
Dorothy Lyman
as Jilly Peters
Jennean Farmer
as NYPD Officer
Valencia Yearwood
as Praeger's Attorney
Collin Meath
as Agent #1
Kenya Brome
as Andrea Toms
Jason Liebman
as Agent Hopper
Aaron Walker
as NYPD Rep
Teniece Divya Johnson
as Dominatrix Woman
Gisela Chipe
as CDC Rep
Darren Lipari
as Lane Cantrell
Jane Stiles
as Michelle McDowell
John Brodsky
as Officer Lee
Paul Sadlik
as State Cop
Damiyr Shuford
as Hazmat Responder
Alejandra Rivera Flaviá
as Woman/Shana Torres
Turner Smith
as Mr. Kelly
Kyle W. Brown
as Suffolk Cop
Matt Walton
as Carter Pope
Christopher Lapanta
as Police Sgt. Thomas
James Madio
as Fire Chief Sims
Josh Evans
as Lab Tech
Anthony Mecca
as Security Guard/Arnold Calhoun
Jayson Wesley
as Paramedic
Elisabeth Ness
as Mrs. Kelly
Nina Marie Wisner
as Brooke Nuriyev
Lynne Lipton
as Raquel Venutti
Wolfgang Jack Lacz
as Man's 9-year-old Son
J.L. Rey
as Building Super
Maceo Oliver
as MCC Guard
Clyde Baldo
as Mote Manager
Ron Scott
as Police Chief Bailey
Juney Smith
as Superintendent
Griffin Henkel
as Roy Gilman
Rebecca Gruss
as Caroline Subotic
Bethany Caputo
as Lois Detmer
Eric Elizaga
as Agent Shen
Andrea Jones-Sojola
as Arson Investigator
David Zaldivar
as Wilmer Rivas
Amy Ward
as Booker
Matthew Streeter
as SWAT Agent 1
Renata Friedman
as BCI Detective
Joe Pallister
as FDI Captain
Brandon Michael Cusma
as Back-up Agent
Mohammed J. Ali
as Gravedigger
Jeanette Eng
as News Anchor
Jordan Feltner
as State Trooper
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Critic Reviews for FBI Season 1

All Critics (24) | Top Critics (9)

FBI moves swiftly and sometimes graphically through its earth-shaking opening investigation, adding and dropping suspects in a familiar pattern that nonetheless seems fresh and certainly isn't dull.

Sep 26, 2018 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
Top Critic

Don't worry, Rest of the Country: New York is seething with lots of tensions, racial and otherwise, but it's a hell of a lot nicer - and more interesting, beautiful and exciting - than portrayed in FBI's pilot.

Sep 24, 2018 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Unfortunately for viewers who don't like their dialogue spoon-fed to them, she also says things like, "Isn't that place the crème de la crème of the white supremacy movement?"

Oct 8, 2018 | Full Review…

And yet for it's familiarity, there's just something both comforting and addictive about watching these two agents put the world (or at least New York) to rights case by case.

Jan 16, 2019 | Full Review…

The self-described inner workings of the NYC offices of the bureau and its newbie agents mostly made me nostalgic for the old The F.B.I. series, which at least had some sharp elbows underneath the suits.

Dec 18, 2018 | Full Review…

Law & Order spin-off is entertaining, violent.

Oct 3, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Signs point toward more of a focus on character development than Dick Wolf's Law & Order series generally deliver.

Sep 26, 2018 | Full Review…

The perfect formula is there. 'FBI' has the rubric and in order to have longevity, it needs to figure out how it can be different from its predecessors and contemporaries.

Sep 26, 2018 | Full Review…

Although it might perhaps damn FBI with faint praise, what we have is a good, entertaining series for fans of the network approach which shows promise to become potentially more than that.

Sep 3, 2019 | Rating: 6/10 | Full Review…

The elements included in this show are exactly what I need to see more of on my television shows!

Sep 26, 2018 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

FBI is meant to churn out content as quickly and consistently as possible, regardless its characters' personal histories or proclivities. In that regard, the show is as impressively reliable as its remarkably unremarkable.

Sep 26, 2018 | Full Review…

For a show created by Dick Wolf, I assumed there would be more of a bang from the start. Instead, it felt like a basic episode of SVU just with a different law enforcement agency.

Oct 2, 2018 | Rating: 5/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for FBI: Season 1

  • Oct 27, 2019
    So, I don't hate this. However, I am getting fed up of the misandry in shows coming out in 2019.
  • Oct 20, 2019
    Love Missy. Hate the show. Awful plot lines. Insipid dialogue. Gives commercial TV a bad name. The only saving grace are the commercials for relief - my wife is the one who puts this because she just wants noise while playing online poker.
  • Oct 16, 2019
    I love all the characters. Awesome show
  • Oct 14, 2019
    Last season was good. Albeit it was a basic rehash of the other cop shows but entertaining. The acting was believable and the two main characters played well together. Now this season has been a major disappointment. We haven't even watched the second episode because the first one was so boring and slow. Maybe it will get better.. hopefully..
  • Oct 13, 2019
    I wish they would let Jeremy sisto act if you watched 6 feet under you know he is a damn good actor and this show I feel really limits him a lot and the whole women are better then men episode you should just skip it's dumb
  • Oct 12, 2019
    We like this series and the one thing missing is a personal feeling of ours. We like romance a bit in the mix. Very well written.
  • Sep 11, 2019
    I like the show its pretty good, looking forward for next season. Its pretty exciting.
  • Jun 10, 2019
    TV series well done and very engaging. I follow it with great pleasure.
  • Mar 28, 2019
    Decent action and story but ends there. It feels like it was created by a bunch of college students as a liberal sociology project. The most recent episode shows a couple of women being killed by bombs. One of the suspects is a typical Wall Street â??menâ??s clubâ?? type. The woman heâ??s suspected of killing is very powerful and successful and he feels that she â??screwed him overâ?? in a particular deal. Oh my goodness, it's hilarious. This character made a comment while being questioned for a later bomb assassination of a young barista, "Two things I love are attractive young women and coffee, why would I kill a barista?" and the 2 agents looked at him like he'd just urinated in public. This particular show was about misogyny or sexism in the work place, and the lady agent remarked "when I showed up a Quantico my first day, the instructor asked if I was dropping off my husband." And the male agent looked at her like she'd just lost a child. I mean ... yeah, I get it but ... Let's at least maintain our organs here
  • Mar 07, 2019
    It is becoming apparent that when you see Dick Wolf on a series you can expect a good plot and episodes that not only entertain but also educate. FBI is no exception,

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