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Prolific producer Dick Wolf is best known for creating and producing the various "Law & Order" series that show fictionalized accounts of how the criminal justice system works. For this show, he's entering the realm of unscripted TV to offer viewers a rare look at what happens inside the New York field office of the FBI. Each episode of this series, which is produced in conjunction with the FBI, centers around a different division within the federal agency -- including counterterrorism, gang units, cyber crimes and human trafficking.

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Special Agent Frank Pellegrino and his colleagues struggle with lessons learned in their 25-year fight against terrorism.
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After receiving intel, the FBI works to stop an attack on the subways; the JTTF meets with a former terrorist, while awaiting verdicts.
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The organized crime division gears up for a takedown of the mob; the gang squad raids housing projects in Spanish Harlem after the death of a police officer.
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The cyber division takes down a Russian national; an openly gay agent struggles with the Orlando nightclub shooting; a radical approach to dealing with an ISIS supporter.
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Squad C-19 chases the Cannibal Cop; agents in Crimes Against Children deal with the psychological impact of their cases.
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After ISIS strikes in Paris and San Bernardino, the FBI in New York works to prevent an attack on the city during the holidays.

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