FBI Season 5, October 25, 2022 Episode 6 Delayed. Not Airing For A While

FBI Season 5, October 25, 2022 Episode 6 Delayed. Not Airing For A While

Hey, “FBI” fans. Unfortunately, we are on here, today, to deliver some really bad news. Yep, it’s one of those times where your favorite show FBI is getting delayed. CBS will not be airing the next, new episode 6 of FBI’s current season 5 tonight, October 25, 2022.

This news gets a little worse because CBS is not going to air it next Tuesday night either. So, this is a two-week delay. CBS has informed us that they do plan to air the new episode 6 on Sunday night, November 6, 2022 at approximately 7:30 pm central standard time. So, definitely be sure to remember that very important date and time.

We’re not sure why they chose this random Sunday night to air the new episode 6 because the Tuesday night schedule will remain intact after that.

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We did track down what CBS is airing instead of the newest FBI episode during this two-week delay. According to the TV guide listings, CBS has a couple of FBI repeat episodes lined up for you guys. Tonight, they will be re-airing the 15th episode of last season 4 titled, “Scar Tissue.”

CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “The team realizes they have a cross-country serial killer on their hands, after another body is found bound with the same sophisticated knot as their local victim. Also, the case has ties to Isobel’s father, Robert (Nestor Serrano), and his hotel, leading to revelations about their fractured relationship.”

On Tuesday night, November 1, 2022, CBS will re-air the 16th episode of last season 4 titled, “Protective Details.” CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “After an ICE agent is fatally shot at an ICE vs. DEA hockey game, the team attempts to find the shooter who they believe may also be targeting Congressman Curtis Grange (Brett Cullen), who was at the same game.”

If any of you guys are down for watching those particular repeats of FBI, you might still want to hit up CBS tonight as you normally would. If not, you’ll definitely want to make some other plans for tonight and next Tuesday night.

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Spoiler Warning: For those of you who are interested, we did track down some new, official teaser spoilers for the next, new episode 6 Of FBI’s current season 5 via CBS’ official episode 6 press release.

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First off, episode 6 is officially labeled/titled, “Double Bind.”

CBS’ official description for episode 6 reads like this, “As the team works to rescue a 5-year-old kidnapping victim, Scola suspects the boy’s mother isn’t being forthcoming about why her son was targeted. Also, Nina struggles to open up to Scola about matters in their relationship on a one-time-only Sunday airing of the CBS Original series FBI.”

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An alternate description reads like this, “AS THE TEAM ATTEMPTS TO RESCUE A 5-YEAR-OLD KIDNAPPING VICTIM, SCOLA BELIEVES THE VICTIM’S MOTHER IS HIDING WHY HER SON WAS TARGETED.”

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Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 6 of FBI’s current season 5 is indeed scheduled to finally make its way to the air on Sunday night, November 6, 2022 at approximately 7:30 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

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