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CBS renews Dick Wolf’s FBI drama series for more seasons


Dick Wolf’s trio of FBI dramas will continue at CBS. FBI, FBI: Most Wanted and FBI: International have all been renewed by the network.

Flagship show FBI has been handed a three season renewal, which will encompass seasons seven through nine. FBI: Most Wanted comes back for its sixth season and FBI: International has been renewed for its fourth season. All three will air in the 2024/25 season

It comes a couple of weeks after NBC renewed Wolf’s other trio of shows, One Chicago.

All three series, which comes from Universal Television and Wolf Entertainment, in association with CBS Studios, continue to perform well for the network in its Tuesday block with FBI the number three broadcast series.

FBI stars Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto, Alana De La Garza, John Boyd and Katherine Renee Kane. Dick Wolf, Rick Eid, Alex Chapple, Amanda Slater, Joe Halpin, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski serve as executive producers.

FBI: International stars Luke Kleintank, Carter Redwood, Vinessa Vidotto, Christina Wolfe and Eva-Jane Willis. Dick Wolf, Matt Olmstead, Michael Katleman, Ernesto Alcalde, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski serve as executive producers.

FBI: Most Wanted stars Dylan McDermott, Shantel VanSanten, Roxy Sternberg, Keisha Castle-Hughes and Edwin Hodge. Dick Wolf, David Hudgins, Ken Girotti, Terry Miller, Dylan McDermott, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski serve as executive producers.

The move comes as CBS continues to get its drama renewals in early. Last month, Fire Country was renewed for its third season, NCIS: Sydney was renewed for season two and Tracker picked up for season two.

The Equalizer, which is in its fourth season, is the other show from Universal Television, although there’s no word on its chances.

Elsewhere, NCIS: Origins has a straight-to-series order for the 2024/25 season. CBS Entertainment President Amy Reisenbach told Deadline recently that NCIS was a “cornerstone” of its schedule, although she said it was a “little early” to confirm renewals for that or NCIS: Hawai’i. “As far as the future, we’re thrilled to have them on the air and they want to keep doing it, so we’re going to keep doing it,” she said.

While Blue Bloods and S.W.A.T are ending, there’s a straight-to-series order for Watson and Matlock will launch next season.

“The All-FBI Tuesday is a powerful force to be reckoned with on our primetime schedule,” said Reisenbach. “Dick Wolf and the talent in front of and behind the camera on all three series continue to deliver top-notch storytelling, riveting action and intrigue that has captivated a dedicated fanbase steadily across multiple seasons. We are excited to see what next season holds for all these heroic characters.”

“Obviously, I’m thrilled by the pickups. We are all extremely grateful to George [Cheeks] and Amy [Reisenbach] and their entire team,” added Dick Wolf. 



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