Is FBI: Most Wanted new tonight on CBS? Is the show going to continue on past last week’s holiday-themed episode? Within this piece, we absolutely have a lot to get into.
So where do we start? Let’s go ahead and share some of the bad news, mostly to get that out of the way: There is no episode tonight. Much like the two shows beforehand in FBI proper and FBI: International, we are in a hiatus that is going to carry forward to the start of next year. The show returns on January 4 with an episode that will be personal for Jess and Sarah both. (Oh, and of course there will be a dangerous case thrown in here, as well.)
To get a few more details about that, plus the story coming up after the fact in “Hunter,” check out the two synopses below.
Season 3 episode 10, “Incendiary” – The team hunts for a young man who is using napalm-style bombs to attack his targets. Also, with Tali away, Jess and Sarah begin to adjust to their empty nest, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED, Tuesday, Jan. 4 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.
Season 3 episode 11, “Hunter” – The Fugitive Task Force chases a killer who plays a twisted game of cat and mouse with his victims. Also, Hana shares something personal about herself with her new roommate, Ortiz, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED, Tuesday, Jan. 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.
Is there a chance for another crossover?
Never say never, but with omicron being what it is at the moment, we have a hard time imagining that we’re going to be seeing a ton of them in the near future.
What do you most want to see on FBI: Most Wanted when the series comes back on the air?
Are you sad that the series is still very much on hiatus? Be sure to share right now in the attached comments! After you do just that, stick around — there are more updates coming and we don’t want you to miss them. (Photo: CBS.)
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