FBI Global Crossover Event Trailer “Imminent Threat” (HD) FBI, FBI: International, FBI: Most Wanted

For Redwood, the experience is like one big family reunion. It’s also a nice reminder of how connected these shows really are.


“We all exist in the same world, same universe, but outside of a few FaceTime calls here and there, and a few references based on past working relationships with different characters, we don’t really get to do this that often,” Redwood said. “It’s been really exciting to film the crossover. It’s the first time this season that we’ve all come together. The last time we were all together was obviously our series premiere. So it’s been really exciting to come together and join forces to solve this case.”

As much fun as everyone had shooting the crossover, that doesn’t necessarily mean the characters will instantly become one big family. These three teams have different styles of working a case, so viewers will definitely get to see some disagreements and communication issues.

“That’s the cool part about these characters. Everybody’s very, very strong in their personalities. Given the situation, the high intensity of certain scenes, you’re gonna have those moments where people are gonna butt up against each other,” Hodge said. “But, there’s also the respect level and understanding that one may be the senior over the other and you just have to fall in line.”

While the normal broadcast order sees FBI air at 8 p.m., followed by International and Most Wanted, things are getting mixed up a little for the big event. The night starts with International at 8 p.m., then segues into FBI at 9 p.m., before wrapping up with Most Wanted at 10 p.m. Redwood explains that it does put a little extra pressure on the International Fly Team.


“I think the exciting part is the last crossover we ended the three-hour meeting and now we start the three-hour event,” Redwood said. “I think it’s fun how this case starts in Rome, but it’s tied to an ongoing case that’s happening in New York. There’s definitely a little bit of pressure but we’re excited about it. I think that’s the beauty of being a part of this franchise is that we are all cut from the same cloth and there is a general tie in and throughline in terms of how the shows are run and how the episodes come out. It’s also really just fun to kick things off.”

FBI: International airs Tuesday, April 4 at 8 p.m. on CBS. It’s followed by FBI at 9 p.m. and FBI: Most Wanted at 10 p.m. The series are also available on Paramount+.