FBI: International Season 1 Episode 2 is going to release on September 28, 2021. Fans are excited about upcoming episodes.
FBI: International is an American crime drama television series written and directed by Derek Haas. It is a part of the FBI franchise and stands third in its series. The first episode premiered on September 21, 2021, and was highly appreciated by viewers. The show stars Luke Kleintank, Heida Reed, Carter Redwood, Vinessa Vidotto, and Christiane Paul.
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What happened in the previous episode of FBI: International?
The story revolves around Special agent Scott Forrester and his FBI fly team which has its headquarter in Budapest. The team, in the pilot episode, is trying to stop a man named Colin Kent who was trying to escape with a 14-year-old girl for being a human trafficker. He was also charged with other crimes such as murder or blackmailing the clients into sending him money in exchange for their videos.
Kent also killed all the other underage girls in the fear that if he will leave them alive then the police may get close to catching him. Except he didn’t kill this one girl named Sunny as he had other big plans for her. He was planning to hand her over to one of his clients in exchange for money. Forrester and his team in this episode tried to save Sunny and arrest Kent for everything he had done.
FBI: International Season 1 Episode 2 Release Date
FBI: International Season 1 Episode 2 “Edge” is going to release on September 28, 2021. We all are excited to see in which direction the story is heading. Needless to say, after watching the first episode are expectations are higher with this series. There are just 2 days left for the upcoming episodes to hit streaming platforms.
Where to watch
You can stream it on CBS or rent it on Vudu.
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