Following tonight’s new episode on CBS, do you want to know the FBI episode 9 return date, plus more information as to what’s coming?
Let’s kick things off here, first and foremost, with a reminder — either breaking news, depending on where you are — that there is no new episode airing on the network next week. It seems as though CBS just wants to take the week off for some of their new programming here, but rest assured, FBI will be back in December. This is a time in which CBS can take advantage of the fact that there isn’t as much programming on elsewhere. Basically, what this means is that hopefully, we’re going to have a chance to see the ratings improve a little bit. They’re not in danger right now, but why not take advantage of an opportunity to jump things forward a little bit? The more opportunities that you have to take advantage of a hole in the market, the better off that your show will be.
Now, let’s get to another important part of this article — the actual story for some of what is coming up next! Below, CarterMatt offers up some more information when it comes to FBI episode 9, including some more information when it comes to what lies ahead:
“Compromised” – After a key witness and a U.S. marshal are ambushed and killed, Maggie and OA must track down a man who leaked the information that led to their murders, on FBI, Tuesday, Dec. 4 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
One of the most-important elements to a series like FBI is that we’re talking about cases that are so intense, normal law enforcement cannot take it on themselves. This particular case sounds all sorts of intense, especially since you’re going to be seeing Maggie and OA do virtually whatever they can in order to ensure that there is justice for these two people. Given that a US Marshal is one of the victims, does that make this struggle more personal? Are Maggie and OA going to be more desperate to help resolve this case? That’s something we’re especially curious about as FBI as a series starts to get a little more personal. We think that one of the big movements with Derek Haas and Rick Eid at the helm is going to be trying to push this show in a little bit more of a personal direction, so here’s to hoping that this is something that we’re actually going to see explored fully. If not now, maybe it’s something that FBI will take on in some other episodes. They do, after all, have a full 22-episode season to work with in however they want to do so.
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