Actor Dylan McDermott on Remy’s Emotional Reactions in ‘FBI: Most Wanted’


In CBS’ latest episode of FBI: Most Wanted, Dylan McDermott’s Remy is faced with an emotional conundrum. When the killer of his brother is up for parole to spend his last days at home, Remy speaks out against the compassionate release despite his terminal diagnosis. The parole board ultimately denies the request, but then a filmmaker reveals that Davis is seeking a new trial claiming the prosecutor withheld exculpatory evidence, ultimately asking for Remy to be involved in the potential documentary. Despite the offer, McDermott’s character refuses and emotionally closes the door on the inquest.

Since then McDermott has taken fans inside Remy’s head and his response to being faced with such overwhelming news. McDermott believes Remy is “distraught” and overwhelmed by the case that has resurfaced. With Davis’ request for a new trial, it is difficult for Remy as his brother’s death is why he became an FBI agent.

Though cannot divulge much, McDermott reveals that his character will engage in “a flirtation of sorts” and that the actor would enjoy any opportunity to go undercover and show off his own dancing skills.

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It will be interesting to see how this all plays out in upcoming episodes. FBI: Most Wanted airs Tuesdays, 10/9c, on CBS.

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