Get ready for "All-FBI Tuesdays" on CBS!
By Nate Millado
FBI: International—the globe-trotting iteration of the popular franchise—kicks off Tuesday, Sept. 21, as part of a three-hour crossover premiere event! So you'll get introduced to the Fly Team's special agents with a little help from some friends, including FBI's OA (Zeeko Zaki) and Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym) and FBI: Most Wanted's Jess LaCroix (Julian McMahon).
Of course, this isn't the first time we've seen our favorite characters from different shows cross paths. Watch rounds up some of our favorite crossover events!
The FBI three-hour crossover event airs Tuesday, Sept. 21, 8-11 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Supergirl "Star-Crossed" andThe Flash "Duet"
Once more with feeling! The Flash's Barry Allen and Supergirl''s Kara sing and dance their way through this musical crossover.
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Kara (Melissa Benoist) and Barry (Grant Gustin) find themselves trapped in a musical and must sing and dance their way out of this alternate reality. Luckily for them (and us viewers), this dynamic duo is more than capable of tackling the demanding song-and-dance numbers. Their fellow Glee alum Darren Criss plays the crossover's big bad, the Music Meister.
Hawaii Five-0 "Pa Make Loa" and NCIS: Los Angeles "Touch of Death"
When worlds collide! Hawaii Five-0 meets NCIS: Los Angeles.
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Agents Sam Hanna (LL COOL J) and G. Callen (Chris O'Donnell) head to the Aloha State to help Five-0 nab prime suspect Dracul Comescu. The joint task force—with Detective Sergeant Danny Williams (Scott Caan) and Lieutenant Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim), in tow—travels from Hawaii to Los Angeles when the lead suspect in the case moves to the mainland with a deadly virus. Fun fact: "Pa Make Loa" in Hawaiian translates to "Touch of Death."
NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans "Pandora's Box Parts I and II"
NCIS Special Agents Dwayne Pride, Tammy Gregorio, and Nick Torres.
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Laissez les bons temps rouler ("let the good times roll") when the NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans teams join forces to track down a "how to be a terrorist" playbook—during Mardi Gras, no less, where everyone is masked!
Supergirl, Batwoman, The Flash, Arrow, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow "Crisis on Infinite Earths"
Back row: Melissa Benoist as Kara/Supergirl, Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/Atom, Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Ruby Rose as Kate Kane/Batwoman, Chyler Leigh as Alex Danvers, Grant Gustin as The Flash, David Harewood as Hank Henshaw, Jesse Rath as Brainiac-5. Front row: Audrey Marie Anderson as Harbinger, Katherine McNamara as Mia, Caity Lotz as Sara Lance/White Canary, Tyler Hoechlin as Clark Kent/Superman, and Bitsie Tulloch as Lois Lane.
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The CW's annual Arrowverse crossover—which unites all of the network's DC shows—is always an event. But the "Crisis on Infinite Earths" storyline, where our super friends unite to vanquish the Anti-Monitor—more than lived up to the hype, with long-lasting repercussions, fun cameos from other DC properties (hello, Man of Steel Brandon Routh and Ezra Miller Flash), and one shocking death (RIP Oliver Queen/Green Arrow).
Hawaii Five-0 "Ihea 'oe i ka wa a ka ua e loku ana?" and Magnum, P.I. "Desperate Measures"
Katrina Law as Quinn, Meaghan Rath as Tani Rey, Perdita Weeks as Juliet Higgins, Zachary Knighton as Orville 'Rick' Wright, and Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum.
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Sure, Hawaii Five-0 characters have appeared on Magnum, P.I. before, but in this full-fledged crossover, McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and co. reluctantly team up with Magnum (Jay Hernandez) and Higgins (Perdita Weeks) to recover a stolen list of undercover CIA agents.
The Winchester Bros. get animated for "Scoobynatural."
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On paper, the tonally different cartoon classic and the totally-not-for-kids Supernatural series shouldn't work—and yet the meta "Scoobynatural" episode hits you with the nostalgic feels. Sam (Jared Padelicki), Dean (Jensen Ackles), and Castiel (Misha Collins) are sucked into the 1970 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode "A Night of Fright Is No Delight" and must help the Scooby Gang solve the mystery. Of course Dean (being Dean) calls "dibs on Daphne!"