FBI: Most Wanted Season 03 Episode 02: Release Date And Watch Online

FBI: Most Wanted Season 03 Episode 02 is expected to be released on September 28, 2021, at 10 pm ET on CBS. Fans are eagerly waiting.

FBI: Most Wanted is an American crime drama television series created by René Balcer.  It is produced by Wolf Entertainment.  It premiered on CBS in May 2019.


More About FBI: Most Wanted 

The series centers on the FBI’s Fugitive Task Force. A small and unique team designed to track and capture notorious fugitives on the Bureau’s Most Wanted List.

Supervisory Special Agent Jess LaCroix is the head of the task force. In addition to that, he is a criminal profiler and expert tracker. Special Agent Sheryl Barnes is the second in command. She is an ex-NYPD detective with a degree in behavioral psychology.

Special Agent Kenny Crosby is an Army veteran and a computer whiz. Special Agent Hana Gibson is the intelligence analyst for the team. In addition, she is a master at data mining and social engineering. Special Agent Clinton Skye is a highly trained sniper with a law degree. He is one of the most experienced agents on the team. Special Agent Ivan Ortiz is a former LAPD gang officer with street cop instincts. Special Agent Kristin Gaines is a rising star from the FBI’s Miami office.

FBI: Most Wanted Season 03 Episode 02

Together they make an expert team adept at catching some of the most vicious criminals. This show is more about profiling and analyzing Fugitives to catch them unlike the FBI, which is more about the criminal investigation.

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FBI: Most Wanted Season 03 Episode 02 Release Date

It is expected to be released on September 28, 2021. Fans are very excited about the release of the new episode. If you enjoy crime series filled with mystery, suspense and action then this is a must-watch.

Where To Watch Episode 2 Online

New episodes air weekly on CBS at 10 pm ET. You can watch new episodes online on CBS.

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