FBI: International Season 3 – Preview on Episode 1! – PROMO

ÒSnakesÓ Ð When a couple flees to Albania while awaiting sentencing for bilking millions in COVID relief funds from the U.S. government, the Fly Team and Jaeger must contend with the wifeÕs menacing crime family as they try to track the duo down. Also, Kellett works the case from Budapest as she and Forrester try to regain their professional boundaries, on the CBS Original series FBI: INTERNATIONAL, Tuesday, March 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. Pictured. (L-R) Vinessa Vidotto as Special Agent Cameron Vo and Carter Redwood as Special Agent Andre Raines Photo: Nelly Kiss CBS©2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

FBI: International is a FBI spin-off – right here is the preview on episode 1 of season 3 titled June, airing on CBS on February 13th!

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Official synopsis of FBI: International Season 3 Episode 1

CBS has released the synopsis of what’s going to happen on ep 1 of FBI: International season 3. Let’s learn what is going to happen!

The Fly Team, with the help of their new intel analyst, Special Agent Amanda Tate (new series regular Christina Wolfe), works to clean up the pieces left behind after a massive explosion rocks headquarters and their key suspect slips away.

“You’re going to find out pretty quickly who’s alive and who is not, and then the chaos that ensues and what they do from there,” Kleintank tells TV Insider.

Whoever can work after that explosion is going to be after the person who planted that bomb (the buyer’s bodyguard). “I think this is probably the most determined Scott has ever been to find somebody because not only did he almost kill him, he almost killed his entire team,” previews Kleintank. “Everybody’s determined to find this person, but I think there’s a balance there. There’s only so much you can do. You can’t go full out because there’s red tape and it’s the Bureau, so there’s only so much Scott can do. He wants to keep his team safe and also abide by the rules, but I think he’s hell-bent on revenge a little bit.”

Helping out the team in the premiere is new intel analyst, Special Agent Amanda Tate (new series regular Christina Wolfe), also somewhat of an outside perspective at the moment. “She’s going to be coming into the season as an integral part of the new hub that we’re going to create, because the old hub is clearly no longer,” Kleintank says. “But her perspective is definitely different. She’s fresh eyes, and I feel like the audience is kind of viewing it through her eyes in a lot of ways of what Forrester is going through and what the team is going through, and she’s the outsider trying to empathize with what they’ve been through.”

Kleintank opens up about Scott losing Jamie, Raines’ recovery, bringing Amanda Tate (Christina Wolfe) onto the team, and more. (from Tv Insider)

Scott was completely blindsided when Jamie announced she was leaving and asked her to give him a few days. Did he want to convince her to stay or did he just need more time to wrap his head around her leaving because of what she means to him personally and professionally?

Luke Kleintank: I think it’s a mixture of both. I think he’s gotten used to her as one, a part of the team, and two, just a person in his life to confide in and trust in. You don’t get that very often, especially in your work life or your personal life. So I think it was a part of him wanting to convince her to stay, but a part of him knew that she had to go. And so he respects her wishes, but ultimately, I think if it was his way, he probably would’ve had her stay. But he knows that she needed to do this for her, and it’s her journey in life.

Talk about filming Scott and Jamie’s goodbye at the train station.

Yeah, that was bittersweet. It’s just one of those things, they could have been together. It’s sad, but I don’t know, it’s kind of that Notebook moment, I guess.

Speaking of their personal relationship, did he think they might have a future, might find their way back to each other?

I don’t know. That’s a tough question. I feel like maybe. There would’ve always been that potential. I don’t know if he would’ve been the one to push it forward, but if it happened, I don’t think he would’ve contested. I think that’s my answer: Maybe.

Jamie tells Scott to go easy on himself and that not everything he carries needs to be carried. Is that something he’ll take to heart going forward? Is he ready to do that?

I mean, it’s nice advice to hear, and I think he knows that deep down inside himself as well. But I think he thrives on carrying things. That’s just his nature, and I think there may be sometimes where he listens in certain moments. That’s just who he is. I think he carries a lot and he doesn’t know any other way.

There’s also what Jamie means to Scott professionally because she was the one he relied on. How big of an adjustment is it for him to not have her around in that capacity?

I think the relationships with Vinessa [Vidotto]’s character Vo, Carter’s Raines, and Smitty [Eva-Jane Willis]—they’ve all been together for a while now—all fill that void a lot. Had it been early days, Season 1, where Vinessa’s character was new, Carter’s character was new, and Smitty wasn’t around, I think it would’ve been hard for him. But I think now, because the team is picking up what everybody’s putting down, it’s okay.

But Jaeger (Christiane Paul) would’ve been around in Season 1, so that would’ve helped, too.

Yeah, absolutely. And it was hard for him to see Jaeger go, too. It’s definitely hard for him. I think it affects him professionally and emotionally, but he can move. He’s that kind of guy. He can compartmentalize everything and move forward.

Carter Redwood as Special Agent Andre Raines — 'FBI: International' Season 3 Premiere

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And the good news is that Raines is alive. He didn’t lose his leg. He is going to be back. But he does have this long recovery ahead of him. How much are we going to see of that? Or is there going to be a time jump?

Carter called me after he read the original script, and he was like, “Man, I can’t keep reading this. I gotta stop.” He had to put the script down and kind of have a moment to himself because he thought that he was either going to die or he was going to be a paraplegic for the rest of the season. But thank God he does recover, and there is going to be somewhat of a time jump pretty quickly. We can’t have Raines in a wheelchair the entire season. That’s just not going to work.

Also because it’s a shorter season.

Yeah, that’s true. It’s a shorter season, but also too, it’s a Fly Team and he’s an integral part of being out in the field and running around and being a badass. So I feel like we can’t have him in the hospital the whole time.

At what point did Scott realize he wanted Tate on the team?

I think after she kind of proves herself, she shows that she’s a solid agent, and she’s efficient at what she does within the chaos. It’s asking a lot of someone, especially after what they’re all going through as a team, and they were just literally blown up. So the fact that she holds her cool together and she can hold her weight and stay up with him toe to toe during all that, I think that’s when he realizes she’s Fly Team material.

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