New Magnum PI Season 4 Spoilers For January 28, 2022 Episode 13 Revealed

New Magnum PI Season 4 Spoilers For January 28, 2022 Episode 13 Revealed

Hey, “Magnum P.I.” fans. We hope you guys totally got fulfilled with what episode 12 served up tonight. Now that episode 12 has officially run its course, we are back on here to let all of you guys know what is coming up when the next, new episode 13 makes its way to the air next Friday night,January 28,2022.

We were able to gather up another new set of official teaser descriptions for the new episode 13 via CBS’ official episode 13 press release. So, we’re going to go ahead and dive right into those right now. Let’s go.

To start, CBS let us know that this new episode 13 has been given an official title. It’s called, “Judge Me Not.” It sounds like episode 13 will feature some very scandalous, interesting, intense, dramatic, possible action-filled and intense scenes as Magnum and Higgins work a blackmail case. Rick brings up some changes he thinks should be made and more.


We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the blackmail case situation. It turns out that a Hawaii Supreme Court nominee named Judge Rachel Park will be the victim of a vicious, blackmail scandal in this episode. So, we’re going to see Rachel call up none other than Magnum and Higgins to get her out of this mess. In response, Magnum and Higgins will go all out to make sure the job gets done.

CBS’ official description for this blackmail plotline tells us, “When Hawaii Supreme Court nominee Judge Rachel Park (Moon Bloodgood) is being blackmailed, she hires Magnum and Higgins who go to extraordinary lengths to help her out.”


The second and last teaser spoiler for this new episode 13 lets us know that Rick will think that La Mariana needs to start bringing in some more profit. So, we’re going to see Rick start serving up suggestions to TC and Kumo about how to do that. However, TC and Kumo will not go for any of Rick’s ideas.


CBS’ description for this Rick, TC and Kumo scenario reads like this, “With the pressure of fatherhood looming, Rick suggests changes to make La Mariana more profitable, but TC and Kumo aren’t swayed.”


Episode 13 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Moon Bloodgood as character (Judge Rachel Park), Maya Stojan as character (Maya), Nicole Pierce as character (Anna), Justin Martin as character (Owen Reed), Emmanuel Dejesus as character (HPD Uni).

Guest stars continued: Chris Kim as character (HPD Uni #2), Wendy Pearson as character (Prosecutor Amelia Young), Wylie Small as character (Sheila), Gabriel Miranda as character (Efficiency Expert), Keolani Keola as character(Curtis the Barback) and Mason Michael Moore as character (Bailiff).


The season regulars that will be feature in episode 13 are: Jay Hernandez as character (Thomas Magnum), Perdita Weeks as character (Juliet Higgins), Zachary Knighton as character (Orville “Rick” Wright), Stephen Hill as character (Theodore “TC” Calvin), Tim Kang as character (Det. Gordon Katsumoto) and Amy Hill as character (Kumu).


Episode 13 was written by David Slack, and it was directed by Benny Boom.


CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 13 of season 4 is indeed scheduled to make its appearance next Friday night, January 28, 2022 at approximately 8 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest, “Magnum P.I.” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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