FBI: International Season 1 Episode 6 Release Date, Promos, Photos & Spoilers

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FBI: International Season 1 Episode 5

In the previous episode of FBI: International, Special Agent Scott Forrester found long-ignored familial ties when a simple murder turned into a spy hunt.

The full synopsis can be found below. Fans of the FBI are eager to see what the future contains for this team, their FBI careers, and their personal lives.

You’ll be able to psychologically prepare for the next episode as a result.

FBI: International Episode 1.06 Promo / Sneak Peek / Trailer

Spoilers for FBI: International Season 1 Episode 6

To begin, we have the title “The Secrets She Knows,” which is a storey about Special Agent Scott Forrester.

In conclusion, this is likely to be one of the most fascinating character-focused episodes of the season. This storey and case, on the other hand, may bring up memories of his mother’s death.

In this episode, it is revealed that a US intelligence negotiator will go missing. Her apartment will be looted, and her blood will be splattered all over!

The FBI’s International team will definitely investigate her whereabouts and try to locate her before the country’s nuclear secrets fall into the wrong hands as a result of this alarming discovery.

Episode 6 of FBI: International Synopsis: When a U.S. intelligence negotiator goes missing and her destroyed Paris apartment is revealed to be smeared in her blood,

the team is racing against time to find her before the country’s nuclear secrets are compromised.

Release Date for FBI: International Episode 6

On November 9, 2021, between 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT, CBS will broadcast the 6th episode of FBI: International Season 1 titled “The Soul of Chess”.

The show will air on CBS and will be available to watch live and on-demand via the CBS app and Paramount+.

Amazon Prime Video has the first season accessible.

FBI: International Season 1 Episode 05 Press Release

THE TEAM INVESTIGATES THE POISONING DEATH OF AN AMERICAN JOURNALIST FOLLOWING HIS ATTEMPT TO MEET WITH AN ANONYMOUS SOURCE IN POLAND, ON “FBI: INTERNATIONAL,” TUESDAY, NOV. 2

The Soul of Chess” – The team investigates an American journalist’s death by poison after his attempt to meet with an anonymous source in Poland. Also, Kellett takes Forrester to task for being overprotective with her during the mission, on the CBS Original series FBI: INTERNATIONAL, Tuesday, Nov. 2 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+.

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)

GUEST CAST:
Magdalena Korpas (Alina Nowak)
Aaron Serotsky (Michael Rafferty)
Pawel Szajda (Alesky Zielinski)
Toni Belafonte (Julianna Blake)
Alexander Sokovikov (Piotr Efremov)
Tom Hendryk (Henryk Galacki)
Kumbi Mushambi (Philip Blake)
Nicholas Gauci (Dasha)
József Kovács Molnár (Choir director)
Lucas Kristóf Halper (Polish pedestrian)

WRITTEN BY: Wade McIntyre
DIRECTED BY: Alex Zakrzewski

FBI: International Episode 1×05 Promotional Photos

Recap of FBI: International Season 1 Episode 5

Special Agent Scott Forrester uncovered a long-ignored familial relationship when a simple murder turned into a spy hunt.

A major storey deteriorates. Someone (Kumbi Mushambi) in Krakow, Poland, received a text telling him to leave a cafe.

He snatched a bag from a safe and escaped into the street after witnessing a dead maid in his hotel room.

After a dozen steps, he choked and collapsed, dropping the bag. As another man removed something from the dead man’s bag, his phone texted, “I’m sorry.”

In Budapest, a team briefing on the assassinated journalist Philip Blake halted Vo and Kellett’s escape.

It appeared to be Russian poison, and Jaeger pointed out that targeting an American would be a significant step up in the game.

Forrester was anxious about Kellett’s return to the field, but she was also excited. The team met Alesky Zielinski (Pawel Szjda), an old friend of Jaeger’s who works with the Polish counterterrorism section, in Krakow.

He claimed they had a suspect in the form of Alina Nowak (Magdalena Korpas), a Polish reporter who had communicated with Blake just before his death.

Alina was annoyed to be chatting with Americans, stating that she and Blake had met on a previous mission, but Blake refused to elaborate.

Her storey had more to it, but it wasn’t worth her time. Blake was alone when Forrester and Kellett arrived at the motel.

The “poison,” according to Raines, was a rare radioactive metal that had spread throughout the hotel room. Kellett assumed Blake was waiting for something important in the room when he returned.

The researchers uncovered a chamber containing the killers’ radiation using a Geiger metre. When Forrester noticed someone looking at them, he led Raines outside to coax the man out so they could grab him.

Michael Rafferty (Aaron Serostky), on the other hand, did divulge the data file he had recovered from Blake’s rucksack.

The FBI in New York directed the team to pass over the data disc, which contained thousands of files, to the CIA. Forrester advised Jaeger to make touch with former acquaintances.

An old “frenemy,” Piotr Efremov (Alexander Sokovikov), warned Jaeger to stay out of this.

Vo learned Blake was researching a groundbreaking top-secret Russian missile with the help of a hidden file.

Blake’s widow, Julianna (Toni Belafonte), was convinced Russia had him silenced. Julianna said that Alina was the one who first told Blake about the storey.

They arrived at her apartment, where Alina was terrified of “anyone who knew Dasha.” As the killers neared the building, Tank barked a warning.

One of them was shot by Tank while attempting to assassinate Alina in the bathroom, while the other managed to flee.

So, what’s up, Dasha? Dasha was a CIA code name for a high-ranking Russian military source who was being pursued by Blake, according to Rafferty.

Rafferty sneered at Forrester when he asked why the CIA didn’t include them, saying he didn’t trust the son of one of history’s most known traitors.

Rafferty used Alina as bait to attract Dasha out because the Fly Team was on standby in case things went bad.

Blake’s phone was used to contact Dasha and arrange up a meeting. Vo was disturbed when Kellett suggested Vo impersonate Alina.

Kellett was pursued by a Russian assassin to a local church. Before the crew arrived, she killed him with his own poison needle.

Raines recognised Dasha in a man (Nicholas Gauci). He pursued Dasha, but she managed to avoid him. When Kellett attempted to shield Dasha.

Forrester realised Dasha was implying a data drive gravestone. Rafferty had arrived, looking for the drive that Forrester had turned down.

Piotr and Jaeger agreed to remain silent. In exchange for not disclosing Dasha’s existence, Jaeger let Alina go, and Russia ceased targeting journalists.

Julianna was annoyed, but she assumed Philip would prefer to work with other journalists.

Rafferty offered Forrester a portrait of Forrester’s mother in Moscow in exchange for the drive.