FBI International Review: Cast | Where Was This ‘Crime Thriller’ Filmed?

FBI International Review: This presentation piqued my interest because it featured European scenery from locations we’ve visited or wish to visit.

At the very least, they were forthright in stating that they were stationed in Budapest, Hungary, but that was the extent of their honesty.

Last night’s episode, which was meant to be about a reporter getting poisoned in Krakow, was watched.

To begin with, nothing in the FBI series compares to the outstanding work that Dick Wolf oversaw in the early Law and Order series.

The actors in that series were fantastic, and the filmmakers were able to get tremendous character acting from them.

Here’s the formula: a disagreement (pick 1) Personality conflict when working on a case; conflict with other agencies; disagreement romantically. PLEASE GIVE ME A BREAK! Then there’s the issue of misrepresenting of location.

The church was supposed to be in Krakow’s old town square in this episode. That square is as familiar to me as the back of my hand.

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A garden park with streetcar tracks running between the N/S bound lanes of Karoly Kurt. near Josef, Attila u. was shown in the overview photo.

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In terms of appearance and qualities, it does not even come close to Krakow’s old town. Give me more of the Buda or Pest architecture, not just more of the Buda or Pest architecture. It’s so distinct that it’s clear.

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Dick Wolf’s production company is a master at creating profitable franchises.

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The FBI franchise is the most recent, having spawned three series in just three years.

The most recent is FBI: International, which follows a Budapest-based “Fly Team” that travels to foreign places in search of dangers to American interests.

It premiered in a crossover with the other two FBI series.

Budapest, Hungary, is the setting for this film. While her supervisor, Special Agent Scott Forrester (Luke Kleintank), advises a bunch of Budapest cops on how to disarm a gun-toting bad man with kicks to the nethers, FBI Special Agent Jamie Kellett (Heida Reed) receives a call.

In the meantime, an aircraft lands in Zagreb, Croatia, and guards meet Colin Kent (Oded Fehr), an American billionaire, as he loads a blindfolded and terrified little girl into a black sedan.

The guards open fire on the arriving police officers.

Forrester is the head of the FBI’s International Fly Team, which can go anywhere in the world at any time to try to neutralize threats to American interests.

Kellett, Special Agents Andre Raines (Carter Redwood), and Cameron Vo (Vinessa Vidotto), who has just returned from her latest assignment in Seattle, round up the team.

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When the team goes to a location to investigate, Katrin Jaeger (Christiane Paul), the team’s Europol liaison, is intended to be called; however, they can proceed on their own without Europol backing.

The first episode focuses on Kent and human trafficking, with Special Agents in Charge Isobell Castille (Alana De La Garza) and Jubal Valentine presenting the case to them (Jeremy Sisto).

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Filming Locations

The majority of FBI: International was shot in Budapest, Hungary, and the story takes place largely there.

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The filming of FBI: International took done on-site for a variety of reasons.

The first is straightforward: to make the show feel more authentic. It’s difficult to establish credibility by reproducing locations within a studio.

Furthermore, reproducing a real setting within a studio comes at a significant cost.

Using the venue solely for B-roll would also be ineffective for a show like this.

Because the Fly Team is based in Budapest, it must interact with Hungarians and their culture.

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That’s why shooting on location is so much better and easier.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is FBI: International Accurate?

FBI: International, the most recent spinoff, follows a team of agents known as the Fly Team on missions outside of the United States.

The show’s purpose is to provide viewers an inside peek at another branch of the FBI.

Is the international Fly Team, in fact, real? The show is purely fictitious.

Is FBI: International on Demand?

21 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on CBS Television Network, with live and on-demand streaming on Paramount+.

On Tuesday, September 28, FBI: INTERNATIONAL returns to its traditional 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT period.

The International Fly Team has found plenty of criminal activity to combat in other countries, as well as some personal drama for the characters (and a recent breakup for two of them).

On Tuesday nights, it’s also doing well: 5.9 million viewers and a 0.5 rating for Live+Same. 7.6 million viewers and a 0.7 rating (a 40% increase) (30 percent rise)

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