FBI: International Season 1 Episode 21 will release on CBS on May 24, 2022.
In the FBI: International Season 1 finale, Angela Cassidy (Elizabeth Mitchell) returns but can Fly Team commander Scott Forrester (Luke Kleintank) trust anything his mother, who has been labeled a spy.
In FBI: International Episode 21, Jaeger has two more weeks on the job. She’d been dismissed. But then something strange occurred. Both the American ambassadors to Hungary and Germany contacted Special Agent Forrester to ask him to take on a case. They wanted him to learn the truth about Thomas Watts’ death. An American student attending university in Germany Thomas was discovered unconscious in his apartment. (read the recap below). After watching the penultimate episode, it’s only natural to wait for a new episode of FBI: International. www.tvacute.com has details for FBI: International Episode 20 below. As a result, you’ll be able to mentally prepare yourself for the next episode.
FBI: International Season 1 Episode 21 Spoilers
The finale episode titled called “Crestfallen.” it’ll be more of an emotional than an action-packed thriller. The Fly Team investigates a guy who missed a flight after a private jet carrying American Americans is shot down over Europe. Meanwhile, When Forrester receives information about a case from Angela, he is conflicted. Scott is torn between two worlds. His mum has returned. he cares about her, and he’s always craved that affection, and she’s been gone for 15 years. He didn’t want to believe she was who they said she was, but as an FBI agent who is constantly scrutinizing individuals with a magnifying glass. we’ll find out how it all ends in the season finale, as well as where they stand at the conclusion together. The episode was written by Matt Olmstead and directed by Rob J. Greenlea
FBI: International Episode 21 Promo
According to the promo for the finale, Scott’ll be taking a lot of risks because of his mother. Scott’s mother plays an important role in the conclusion. we know she cares about him and wants to make sure he’s safe, but she also understands what he’s doing. Meanwhile, She will give him some knowledge that could benefit both her and him.
FBI: International Episode 21 Synopsis: When a private jet carrying American citizens is shot down outside a small town in Poland, the team looks into the man who missed the flight; Forrester is conflicted when he receives information from his mother.
FBI: International Episode 21 Cast
REGULAR CAST: Luke Kleintank (Special Agent Scott Forrester) Heida Reed (Special Agent Jamie Kellett) Carter Redwood (Special Agent Andre Raines) Vinessa Vidotto (Special Agent Cameron Vo) Christiane Paul (Europol Agent Katrin Jaeger).
FBI: International Episode 21 Guest Cast
Elizabeth Mitchell as Angela Cassidy, Aaron Serotsky as Michael Rafferty, Moe Irvin as General Finley, Lotte Verbeek as Astrid Jensen, Alon Aboutboul as Pavel Novikoff, Michael Torpey as Ken Dandridge, Adam Fidusiewicz as Vladislav, Philip Rosch as Greg Hutchinson, Temiloluwa Ami-Williams as Flight Attendant
Where to Watch FBI: International Episode 21
FBI: International Season 1 Episode 21 will air on CBS on May 24, 2022, at (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) The show will air on CBS and will be streamed live and on-demand on the CBS app as well as on Paramount+. The first season is available on Amazon Prime Video and Youtube TV. On the other hand, audiences in Canada may watch new episodes on Global TV every Tuesday.
FBI: International Episode 20 Recap
Jaeger has two more weeks on the job. She’d been dismissed. But then something strange occurred. Both the American ambassadors to Hungary and Germany contacted Special Agent Scott Forrester to ask him to take on a case. They wanted him to learn the truth about Thomas Watts’ death. An American student attending university in Germany Thomas was discovered unconscious in his apartment. Because Thomas was the nineteen-year-old son of millionaire Gabriel Watts, his presence was significant. Watts was curious as to what had happened to his son. Thomas had taken too much fentanyl. Berlin police denied an issue. The detective said it was an American issue. Forrester and his staff spoke to the detective before taking the case. They thought he lied about fentanyl. They investigated and contacted Watts.
Watts said his son was anti-money. He refused bodyguards. As an artist, he wanted simplicity. Only a flat was offered, and he didn’t live there. Just for display. Forrester went with Kellet to Thomas’ luxurious flat, which his parents hadn’t approved of. Watts had engaged a private detective service, and they discovered the place being trashed. Watts called every politician he knew to work for his son’s cause, but he thought he could handle the overdose by throwing all his resources into it. He contaminated the case. The FBI cautioned him. Watts handed over Thomas’ laptop and phone after they promised answers. Forrester quickly found Thomas’s last-seen girlfriend. That night he took drugs and threw a party. Girl alleged Thomas offered narcotics. She took only one tablet. He took a few. The girl said taking the pills was his idea. He continued after she departed. The parents were so upset that they requested that everything be handled by their own corporation from now on. Forrester was not pleased about this.
He stated that he and his team would continue to investigate the case. They discovered the drug supplier. They called the deliveryman. German police phoned Watt’s people. Watt’s guys and German police botched it. They almost destroyed any possibility of finding out who ran the Berlin drug trade.He stated that he and his team would continue to investigate the case. They discovered the drug supplier. They called the deliveryman. German police phoned Watt’s people. Watt’s guys and German police botched it. They almost destroyed any possibility of finding out who ran the Berlin drug trade. Forrester snapped at German police. His incompetence was their fault. When Chief Detective Honsel briefed Mark Levinson about an active investigation, he understood exactly what he was doing. For the past fifteen years, Levinson has worked for the Watts family. They investigated it. Levinson, was the one who purchased the medicines for Thomas. As a result, Levinson was to blame for his death. To console Thomas’s family, the team organised a private display of all of his works. They were doing so while Jaeger was gaining political capital from the case’s conclusion. She ensured that Smit was fired and that she was restored as Europol’s FBI liaison.