FBI Most Wanted Season 2, March 23, 2021 Episode 10 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

FBI Most Wanted Season 2, March 23, 2021 Episode 10 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, “FBI: Most Wanted” fans. Unfortunately, it’s that time again where we have to tell you that your favorite show FBI: Most Wanted will indeed be missing in action tonight, March 23, 2021. To be more specific, the next, new episode 10 of FBI: Most Wanted’s current season 10 will be missing from CBS’ primetime line up tonight.

To make things worse, this same thing will happen next Tuesday night, March 30, 2021. So, you can go ahead and mark off the next two weeks for FBI: Most Wanted right now.

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CBS did reveal that they’re planning to air the new episode 10 on Tuesday night, April 6, 2021 in its usual 9 pm central standard time slot. So, be sure to mark down that very important date and time on your TV show calendars as soon as possible.

So, what in the heck is CBS airing in stead of the next, new episode 10 of FBI: Most Wanted’s current season 2 tonight? According to the TV guide listings, CBS is going to fill their 9 pm, central standard time, prime time line up with a couple of repeat episodes of FBI: Most Wanted.

Tonight, they’re going to re-air the 4th episode of this season 2 titled, “Anonymous.” CBS’ official description for it reads like this,”The team searches for a young woman who is heading down a deadly path of vengeance, using ties to an online radical conspiracy organization to further her cause.

Also, Barnes must make a life-changing decision, finding it hard to not let the dark side of her job affect her on a rebroadcast of FBI: MOST WANTED.”

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Then, next Tuesday night,March 30, 2021, CBS will re-air the 5th episode of this season 2 titled, “The Line.” CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “After a rogue militia group opens fire on several teenagers crossing the Canadian border into the U.S., the team races to find the ringleader and his final target. Also, Jess’ relationship with his father, Byron (Terry O’Quinn), reaches a breaking point on a rebroadcast of FBI: MOST WANTED.”

If any of you guys are interested in watching these repeat episodes of FBI: Most Wanted, you are definitely in luck. Just tune in to CBS as you normally would, and they’re all yours.

If you want nothing but the new episode 10, you will certainly want to mark CBS off your list until that glorious April 6,2021 premiere date arrives.

As for the next, new episode 10 of FBI: Most Wanted’s current season 2, we were able to track down an official title for it. It’s called, “Spiderwebs.” CBS has yet to put out an official press release for episode 10. So, that is all the info we could dig up about it at this time.

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FBI: Most Wanted season 2 is currently averaging 5.754 million LIVE viewers per episode and a 0.59 ratings score for the 18-49 year old demographics. The last episode 9, which aired last Tuesday night, March 16, 2021, drew in 6.257 million LIVE viewers and a 0.60 ratings score.

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We must say that those numbers do look fantastic, especially for a show that’s only in its second season. However, we’re still waiting to see if CBS will renew it for a brand new season 3. So, cross your fingers.

Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 10 of FBI: Most Wanted’s current season 2 is scheduled to finally hit the airwaves on Tuesday night, April 6, 2021 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

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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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