FBI

FBI – Little Egypt

by Alan Rapp on September 26, 2019

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: FBI – Little Egypt
  • IMDb: link

FBI - Little Egypt television review

FBI opens its Second Season with an episode that hits close to home for one of its stars (in that way it’s the same as every other episode of the series which somehow makes any crime personal for one of the leads). A bombing in the neighborhood he grew up in sends OA (Zeeko Zaki) and Maggie (Missy Peregrym) on a search for a white supremacist teenager (but that turns out to be only the tip of the iceberg). While responsible for the bombing, the teen was hired for the job by a Muslim looking to target his own people in hopes of raising awareness of hate crimes like the one he suffered not long ago. When the FBI fail to reveal a Muslim was behind the bombing, it also leads two youths (Nik Sadhnani and Paul Karmiryan) to begin looking for their own form of justice.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

FBI – What Lies Beneath

by Alan Rapp on May 3, 2019

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: FBI – What Lies Beneath
  • IMDb: link

FBI - What Lies Beneath television review

OA (Zeeko Zaki) has mixed feelings with being put on the protection detail for an Egyptian politician (Nasser Faris) arriving in the United States for a heart transplant. Putting his personal feelings for the man’s policies aside, policies that cost a relative her life, Omar helps prevent one attack on the target from a world-class assassin not realizing that the FBI is playing straight into the killer’s hands who orchestrates a change of venue for the transplant and is prepared to kill an entire hospital full of people in order to complete his mission.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

FBI – Apex

by Alan Rapp on March 28, 2019

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: FBI – Apex
  • IMDb: link

FBI - Apex television review

The focus of the latest episode of FBI is split as Maggie (Missy Peregrym) and OA (Zeeko Zaki) hunt for a serial killer who has drugged, raped, and murdered ten women. While half of the episode focuses on the investigation, the other half centers around the Deputy Mayor of New York (Sandrine Holt) getting in the FBI’s way in order to manufacture another obstacle for the Maggie and company to overcome. Under the premise of not wanting to hurt the city’s tourist economy, coming off like the Mayor in Jaws who thought it was great for vacationers to swim with a killer shark, the unseen Mayor makes (some pretty outrageous) demands of the team that nearly allow the killer to claim another victim.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

FBI – Family Man

by Alan Rapp on November 3, 2018

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: FBI – Family Man
  • IMDb: link

FBI - Family Man television review

When a United States Senator’s (Eion Bailey) daughter is kidnapped Agents Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym) and OA (Zeeko Zaki) lead the FBI in search of the kidnappers who are demanding an $100 million ransom. The investigation isn’t helped by the Senator’s unwillingness to disclose information about an old affair or enemies from his past with grudges. And after a reporter breaks the news, the chance of finding the baby alive drops even more.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

FBI – Crossfire

by Alan Rapp on October 18, 2018

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: FBI – Crossfire
  • IMDb: link

FBI - Crossfire television review

Snipers make for good television. Killing from a distance, with an ability to flee the scene before they can be apprehended, they present a different kind of challenge for local and federal law enforcement (or their TV equivalent). In the latest episode of FBI, Agents Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym) and OA (Zeeko Zaki) track a sniper who will kill multiple targets at two different locations. While the victims appear unconnected, the settings are not which eventually leads the FBI to identifying the shooter (Michael C. Williams) and a young man (Tim Johnson Jr.) working with him. Over the course of the episode we see Maggie’s boss (Sela Ward) support and push Bell to make the tough calls (while both testing and grooming the younger agent for a larger role withing the FBI in the years to come).

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }