New FBI International Season 1 Spoilers For January 11, 2022 Episode 10 Revealed

New FBI International Season 1 Spoilers For January 11, 2022 Episode 10 Revealed

Hey, “FBI: International” fans. We hope you guys had an absolute blast with episode 9 tonight, especially since it got delayed for a good while. Now that episode 9 finally hit the air and is all wrapped up, we are back on here to tell you what the next, new episode 10 of FBI: International’s current season 1 will have in store for you guys when it makes its arrival next Tuesday night, January 11, 2022.

We were able to track down an official teaser description for one of episode 10’s main storylines via CBS’ official episode 10 press release. So, that’s what we’ll be taking a look at in this spoiler session. Let’s do it.

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First off, CBS informed us that this new episode 10 of FBI: International’s current season 1 has been officially titled, “Close To The Sun.” It sounds like episode 10 will feature some very interesting, intense, dramatic, possible action-filled, suspenseful and scandalous scenes.

In the new episode 10, one of Kellett’s informants will be the main focus of this storyline that CBS chose to share with us. That’s right, guys. Apparently, one of Kellett’s shifty yet valuable informants is going to wind up in jail for some connection he has to a robbery and murder that went down.

This informant will use one of his phone calls to get in touch with Kellett and beg for help in clearing his name. Reluctantly, Kellett will go ahead and get together with the Fly Team to join in on the informant’s investigation, which is taking place in Northern Ireland.

CBS’ official description for episode 10 tells us, “Kellett and the Fly Team reluctantly join an investigation in Northern Ireland when one of Kellett’s shifty yet valuable informants who’s arrested for his connection to a robbery and murder calls her to help clear his name on the CBS Original series FBI: INTERNATIONAL.”

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An alternate description reads like this, “KELLETT AND THE FLY TEAM ARE PULLED INTO AN INVESTIGATION IN NORTHERN IRELAND WHEN ONE OF HER INFORMANTS WHO’S LINKED TO A ROBBERY AND MURDER ASKS FOR HELP CLEARING HIS NAME ON FBI: INTERNATIONAL.”

Episode 10 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Ryan Watkinson as character (Liam Walsh), Simon Delaney as character (Chief Burke), Kevin O’Grady as character (Inspector Sean Henry), Jay Paulson as character (Agent Harold Porter), Karen Hassan as character (Lauren Walsh), Sofia Cassells as character (Amelia Walsh), Diarmuid De Faoite as character (Patrick Ferrell), David Pearse as character (Rory), Rory Murphy as character (On-site Manager) and Stephen Cromwell as character (Police Tech).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 10 are: Luke Kleintank as character (Special Agent Scott Forrester), Heida Reed as character (Special Agent Jamie Kellett), Carter Redwood as character (Special Agent Andre Raines), Vinessa Vidotto as character (Special Agent Cameron Vo) and Christiane Paul as character (Europol Agent Katrin Jaeger).

Episode 10 was written by Hussain Pirani, and it was directed by Rob Greenlea.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 10 of FBI: International’s current season 1 is indeed scheduled to make its debut next Tuesday night, January 11, 2022 at approximately 8 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

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Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest, “FBI: International” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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