FBI (2018– )
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Most Wanted 

OA and Maggie team up with members of the FBI's Fugitives Department to track down a person wanted for murder who is then put on America's Top 10 Most Wanted list.


Fred Berner


Dick Wolf (created by), Craig Turk (created by) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Missy Peregrym ... Special Agent Maggie Bell
Zeeko Zaki ... OA Zidan
Ebonee Noel ... Analyst Kristen Chazal (as Ebonée Noel)
Jeremy Sisto ... Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine
Sela Ward ... Dana Mosier
Julian McMahon ... FBI Agent Jess LaCroix
Kellan Lutz ... FBI Agent Crosby
Roxy Sternberg ... FBI Agent Sheryll Barnes
Keisha Castle-Hughes ... FBI Analyst Hana Gibson
Nathaniel Arcand ... FBI Agent Clinton Skye
Alana De La Garza ... Assistant Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille
Thomas G. Waites ... Detective Dryden
Jane Stiles ... Michelle McDowell
Gwendolyn Ellis ... Connie Gilman
Katie McClellan ... Jules


OA and Maggie team up with members of the FBI's Fugitives Department to track down a person wanted for murder who is then put on America's Top 10 Most Wanted list.

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Alana De La Garza was in another project of Dick Wolf's, the long running critically-acclaimed serial Law & Order (1990) as well as Law & Order: LA (2010) See more »


When Maggie addresses the fire officer at Gilman's house, she says "captain". He's also listed as "Captain" in the end credits, but his helmet badge says "Chief". See more »


Jules: I couldn't believe it was the same guy. But then they said he had a birthmark on his back. How can a guy kill his own kids?
FBI Agent Sheryll Barnes: Good question. The booker said Gilman was your regular client.
Jules: Okay, look, I only do theraputic oil massage. Rub, no tug. Feel me?
FBI Agent Sheryll Barnes: I'm feeling those stiletto heels. Hey, Jules, we're not here to bust your chops about your sex work. We just wanna catch Gilman, okay?
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Needs work to survive as a spin-off
4 April 2019 | by jackdog1-1See all my reviews

Problem #1 A series lead needs to be engaging and at least marginally sympathetic and Julian McMahon just isn't. Not sure if it's the writing or if McMahaon has played so many bad guys he doesn't know how to play anything else. Either way, hoping the real bad guy shoots him isn't the best way to start out. Problem #2 The rest of the characters stories were so thin they were practically transparent. I guess the blond guy is the team techie but the others were just faces in a crowd. Problem #3 Plot pacing was very jerky with holes big enough to drive a truck through. Maybe it'll find it's footing if it gets picked up but it won't last long if it continues as it started out.

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Release Date:

2 April 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Nanuet, New York, USA

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16:9 HD
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