FBI Most Wanted Season 2, December 1, 2020 Episode 3 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight
Hey, “FBI: Most Wanted” fans. Unfortunately, we had to hop on here and give you a very upsetting and urgent report. We’ve learned that CBS is not airing the next, new episode 3 of FBI: Most Wanted’s current season 2 tonight, December 1, 2020.
We’re not sure of the reason. We just know they decided not to air new episodes for any of their primetime line up tonight. On a good note, we can officially confirm that CBS is scheduled to air the new episode 3 next Tuesday night, December 8, 2020 in its usual 9 pm central standard time slot.
So, just make sure you’ve got that important date and time locked into your memory banks, and you should be all set for it.
So, what is CBS airing instead of the next, new episode 3 of FBI: Most Wanted’s current season 2 tonight? That’s an excellent question. We’ve learned from the TV guide listings that CBS will actually be airing a repeat episode of FBI: Most Wanted. This particular repeat episode will be episode 3 of season 1 titled, “Hairtrigger.”
CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “When a young mass shooting survivor radicalizes into becoming an anti-government terrorist, the team must track him down before he can exact revenge on those he believes failed him.”
If any of you guys have any desire to check out this old episode of FBI: Most Wanted, CBS might still be a viewing option for you.
If not, you will certainly want to mark CBS off of your schedule and get something else to replace it tonight.
With all that said, we do have some new information for the next, new episode 3 of FBI: Most Wanted’s current season 2. CBS delivered up an official press release for episode 3. So, we’re going to dig into it real quick.
If you do not want to see any spoiler teasers, we do advise that you exit this article immediately because there are some teaser descriptions for episode 3 in this press release. Just know that you’ve been warned.
If you like reading spoiler teasers, it goes without saying that you need to stick around for the rest of this article. Alright, let’s get into it.
First thing’s first. Episode 3 has an official title, which is called, “Deconflict.” It sounds like episode 3 will feature some very intense, dramatic, action-filled, interesting and suspenseful scenes.
In the new episode 3, a poor woman is going to be a witness to seeing her husband get brutally killed! In light of this tragic event, she will get kidnapped right from her own house along with a wad of cash that was hidden in her floor!
Elsewhere, Jess will be working the investigation of this kidnapping, and he will come to the realization that it has a connection to one of his past cases. This will cause this kidnapping case to become very personal for Jess.
CBS’official description for episode 3 tells us, “After witnessing her husband’s murder, a woman is kidnapped from her home along with a mysterious stash of money hidden in her floor. When Jess realizes there may be a connection to one of his past cases, the need to find the kidnapper becomes personal.”
An alternate description reads like this, “WHEN JESS REALIZES THAT A KIDNAPPING MAY BE CONNECTED TO ONE OF HIS PAST CASES, THE NEED TO FIND THE ABDUCTOR BECOMES PERSONAL.”
Episode 3 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Xander Berkeley as character (Maurice Hewitt), Cadden Jones as character (Avery Garnier), Scott Drummond as character (U.S. Marshal Carter Larsen), Ariana Cordero as character (Luna Salina).
Guest stars continued: Robert Pendilla as character (Dave), Charles Everett as character (Agent Rashad Alero), Lauren Cohn as character (Kindred), Jeffrey Mark as character (Len Garnier), Danielle Dallacco as character (Melanie) and Luke Hofmaier as character (Bank Manager).
Episode 3 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Amy Carlson as character (Jackie Ward), Terry O’Quinn as character (Byron LaCroix), Rachel York as character (Marie Smith) and Alana De La Garza as character (Isobel Castille).
The season regulars that will be featured in episode 3 are: Julian McMahon as character (Supervisory Special Agent Jess LaCroix), Kellan Lutz as character (Special Agent Kenny Crosby), Roxy Sternberg as character (Special Agent Sheryll Barnes).
Season regulars continued: Keisha Castle-Hughes as character (Special Agent Hana Gibson), Nathaniel Arcand as character (Special Agent Clinton Skye) and YaYa Gosselin as character (Natalia “Tali” Skye LaCroix).
Episode 3 was written by Wendy West, and it was directed by Elodie Keene.
Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 3 of FBI: Most Wanted is scheduled to air next Tuesday night, December 8, 2020 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.
Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “FBI: Most Wanted” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.
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