‘FBI’: Wolf Entertainment Praises the ‘Stunt Work’ on Display in Recent Episodes

by Suzanne Halliburton

Because of the Dick Wolf FBI shows, Tuesday primetime might be the most thrilling TV night of the week.

And Wolf Entertainment wanted to bring attention to the stunt work being done on the shows, specifically FBI: International. Check out the clip for more details, with the gif showing a shootout as the bad guy falls and rolls down the stairs.

All three shows returned Tuesday with new episodes. First up was FBI, the original, which focuses on the New York office. This show premiered in 2018. Here’s the plot summary from CBS about Tuesday’s episode called Fostered. “As the team investigates a string of jewelry store robberies that culminate in a double murder, they uncover a connection to a 16-year-old boy trying to survive the foster care system. Also, Tiffany becomes personally invested after learning about the boy’s ill-fated upbringing.”

Next up was FBI: International. So far, it’s the most viewed first-year show on television this season. The series follows the fly team, which is based in Budapest, Hungary. The gif posted Tuesday by the Wolf social media team shows Scott Forrester, the team leader, doing the shooting.

Here’s the plot summary for Tuesday’s episode called One Kind of Mad Man: The fly team jets to Bulgaria, where terrorists are holding hostages in a concert hall. They ask for millions in cryptocurrency. Plus, Raines wants to prove his field skills and Forrester gets news about Tank, the fly team dog.

FBI: Most Wanted, which is in its third season, finished off primetime. This series follows the fugitive task force. On Tuesday’s episode, called Incendiary, “the team hunts for a young man who is using napalm-style bombs to attack his targets. Also, with Tali away, Jess and Sarah begin to adjust to their empty nest.”

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Julian McMahon’s Jess LaCroix received some tough news in the last episode. His young daughter earned admittance to an exclusive boarding school in Canada. And Tali decided to go. Her grandparents live near the school, so she’ll have relatives nearby. But it’ll be tough for Jess, who leads the fugitive task force. He’s got to concentrate on his job, but he’ll also face an empty nest when he comes home.

In an interview last month, McMahon said that YaYa Gosselin, the 12-year-old actress who portrays Tali, isn’t leaving the FBI franchise.

“No, she’s gonna be with us,” the FBI: Most Wanted star said. “No, no, we have to go through the whole, ”Dad doesn’t want you to go’ stuff.’ They’re gonna go through that. And then we have to figure out a few things in regards to whether she can actually literally go, so no, that’s not a goodbye.”