FBI: Crime Never Sleeps In Dick Wolf's Gripping New TV Show

Get ready for heart-pounding action as elite FBI agents in New York fight to keep the city—and country—safe from dangerous criminals.
Posted on May 16, 2018 | 06:00am

Legendary TV producer Dick Wolf (Chicago franchise, Law & Order franchise) is bringing his signature brand of first-class storytelling to CBS, and he's doing it with the first-class agents of FBI, an eye-opening and thrilling procedural drama that delves into the skills, intellect, and technology that goes into keeping the city—and country—safe.

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Set amid the fast-paced action of the Bureau's largest field office in New York, FBI, which will air onTuesdays this Fall at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access, explores the inner workings of elite crimefighting as a team of highly skilled agents fight against terrorism, organized crime, and much more.

Special Agents Maggie Bell and Omar Adom "OA" Zidan—played by Missy Peregrym (Van Helsing, Rookie Blue) and Zeeko Zaki (Six, 24: Legacy), respectively— partner up when OA joins the Bureau after two years of undercover work with the DEA.

Together, they work with FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine, played by Jeremy Sisto (The Returned, Suburgatory), and analyst Kristen Chazal, played by Ebonee Noel (Wrecked, Still Star Crossed), to investigate cases of enormous magnitude.

The talent, intellect, and technical expertise of these exciting new characters might only be matched only by the impressive team working behind the scenes.

Wolf, an Emmy Award winner, will be joined by Executive Producers from his Chicago and Law & Order franchises, including Peter Jankowski and Arthur Forney.

Also involved are Executive Producers Greg Plageman (Person of Interest, NYPD Blue) and Niels Arden Oplev (Mr. Robot, Under The Dome).

The series is being produced by Universal TV Studios in association with CBS Television Studios.

Watch FBI this Fall on Tuesdays at 9/8 on CBS and CBS All Access.