Craig Turk, the co-creator of the FBI, is bringing the program's true stories to Paramount+. This series is based on real conversations that take place in their favorite pub in New York City, the Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor.
The release date for FBI True Episode 1 has been set.
Turk's documentary series, which he co-created with Anne Beagan, a former FBI agent who now works as a producer, will air on Paramount+ on February 28 in the United States and May 5 in Canada. FBI True will consist of ten episodes.
FBI True will include footage from undercover operations, interviews with terrorists and hostage takers, and photographs from agents' private collections. The series includes interviews with suspects in Whitey Bulger's disappearance, the snipers in Washington, the attack on the US Embassy in Benghazi, and the attack on the US embassy in Benghazi.
Branch Davidian's siege in Waco, Texas, is revealed in FBI True Episode 1
The ATF attempts to raid the residence of an armed religious group in Waco, Texas, but things go wrong. The FBI must come up with a strategy to end the hostage situation. For months, reports of the federal agents' confrontation with the Branch Davidians outside of Waco, Texas, dominated the news cycle.
Outside the Mount Carmel complex where they lived, the Bureau of Alcohol confronted roughly 130 members of the Branch Davidian sect. When authorities attempted to invade the 77-acre compound and apprehend leader David Koresh, a heavy shooting ensued.
After the stalemate, a standoff ensued for 51 days. Despite being encircled by tanks, armored vehicles, and over 600 federal officials, Koresh and his supporters remained inside the compound. On April 19, 1993, a massive fire broke out at the compound, killing nine people.
The FBI and the ATF have decided to launch an internal investigation following the Waco incident. The ATF streamlined its training after Waco to focus on executing warrants and rescuing hostages.
Trailer for the FBI's True Detective
Through hadn't ever surveillance video, interviews with terrorists and hostage-takers, and private photographs from the officers' collections, the ten half-hour episodes will give a realistic glimpse into FBI agents' high-stress lives. A trailer is provided below.