New FBI Season 4 Spoilers For April 19, 2022 Episode 18 Revealed

New FBI Season 4 Spoilers For April 19, 2022 Episode 18 Revealed

Hey, “FBI” fans. We hope that episode 17 was good for you guys tonight, especially since it got delayed last week. Now that episode 17 has run its course, we are back to get you guys ready for what the next, new episode 18 of FBI’s current season 4 will deliver next Tuesday night, April 19, 2022.

We were able to dig up an official teaser description for one of episode 18’s main storylines via CBS’ official episode 18 press release. So, we’re going to definitely see what it has to say in this spoiler session. Let’s get to it.

Advertisement

First thing’s first. CBS let us know that this new episode 18 has officially been labeled/titled, “Fear Nothing.” It sounds like episode 18 will deliver up some very intense, dramatic, interesting, scandalous, possible action-filled and suspenseful scenes.

In the new episode 18, the possible purchase of a deadly sarin gas will be the main focus of this storyline that CBS let slip. That’s right, guys. Things are going to get quite intense in this one, especially for OA. Apparently, he and the rest of the FBI crew are going to find out that a life-threatening sarin gas may have been purchased by friggin terrorists! This scenario will be one QO’s biggest fears, and he will be forced to have to deal with it.

CBS’ official description for episode 18 tells us, “OA is forced to confront one of his biggest fears when the team discovers that deadly sarin gas may have been sold to terrorists.” An alternate description reads like this, “OA CONFRONTS ONE OF HIS BIGGEST FEARS WHEN THE TEAM DISCOVERS THAT SARIN GAS MAY HAVE BEEN SOLD TO TERRORISTS.”

Episode 18 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Sipiwe Moyo as character (Angie Hamilton), Arash Mokhtar as character (Hakeen Abbas), Mostafa Elmorsy as character (Nassar Ali), Gamze Ceylan as character (Zara Abbas), Mariette Booth as character (Dr. Hollander).

Advertisement

Guest stars continued: Gabriel Lawrence as character (Tom Hamilton), Eliza Ramos as character (NYPD Detective Lilly Sherman), Carmen Lamar Gonzalez as character (Bomb Tech Carla Flores), Michael Lopez as character (NYPD Lieutenant Miller) and Davon Williams as character (NYPD Uniform).

Episode 18 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Taylor Anthony Miller as character (Kelly Moran), Vedette Lim as character (Elise Taylor) and James Chen as character (Ian Lim).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 18 are: Missy Peregrym as character (Special Agent Maggie Bell), Zeeko Zaki as character (Special Agent Omar Adom “OA” Zidan), Jeremy Sisto as character (Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine), Alana De La Garza as character (Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille), John Boyd as character (Special Agent Stuart Scola) and Katherine Renee Turner as character (Special Agent Tiffany Wallace).

Advertisement

Episode 18 was written by Rick Eid & Joe Halpin, and it was directed by Jon Cassar.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 18 of FBI’s current season 4 is indeed scheduled to make its debut next Tuesday night, April 19, 2022 at approximately 7 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright, guys. That’s all the info we have for this latest, “FBI” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

Be sure to follow us through our FBI TV Show RSS Feed for more Exclusive “FBI” TV show news and updates by Clicking Here.

Be sure to like or follow us on our FBI TV Show Facebook page for more Exclusive “FBI” TV show news and updates by Clicking Here.

Advertisement

Be sure to follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.

Be sure to follow us on Instagram by Clicking Here.

Advertisement

Get your favorite TV Show and Movie stuff by Clicking Here.

Posted in

You may also like...

All comments are moderated, meaning they won't post until we approve them. Please, keep your comments clean and on topic. Thanks.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.