FBI Most Wanted is a crime drama, police procedural, action genre series which is based on FBI by Dick Wolf and Craig Turk. There are 3 seasons to FBI Most Wanted and 40 episodes in total as of now. There are less than 11 days left for the new episode to come out and blow everyone’s mind, just as how it did before.
The casts are Julian McMahon as Special Agent Jess LaCroix, Roxy Sternberg as Special Agent Sheryll Barnes, Keisha Castle-Hughes as Special Agent Hana Gibson, Kellan Lutz as Special Agent Kenny Crosby, etc.
Date and Where to Find the Show?
FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 12 will be released on February 1, 2022, as decided, whereas the series first episode aired on January 7, 2020, and caught momentum. So if you are looking forward to this series, wait no more. You will find the show on CBS as well. FBI: Most Wanted by renting or purchasing on Vudu, iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Instant Video is available.
What to Know Before Watching?
There are multiple things you should know before watching this series. You need to know that Most Wanted characters will not be back at all for Season 3, which is sad, and it might just make you feel numb, but it’s what the sources say. Here are some of the directors from this series. Julian McMahon, Roxy Sternberg, Keisha Castle-Hughes, etc.
The actor who plays Special Agent Kenny Crosby on the CBS procedural has decided to leave the series. Also, the Twilight star Kellan Lutz gave his reasons for exiting the FBI: Most Wanted in its third season. These things are devastating for the show lovers, but as some better things leave, other best things enter.
What is the Plot of the Series?
FBI: Most Wanted is a great drama focusing on the Fugitive Task Force, capturing the notorious criminals on the Bureau’s Most Wanted list. The story gets very dark and intriguing. Most of the storylines are based on true, real-life stories, which is pretty disturbing for anyone watching. Humans tend to feel panicky or tremble while seeing disturbing situations.
El Pincho is the name of the 12th episode of FBI: Most Wanted Season 3. And that’s because we deal with the worst of the worst part of criminals in this drama. In the 11th episode, we clearly see how the task force runs behind a killer who plays a twisted game of cat and mouse as always with his victims, and Hana shares some personal and delicate stuff about herself with her very new roommate Ortiz.
The plot continues from here. Hana’s truth brings a new perspective to the show and intrigues the audience to want to know what happens next.
Is the Show Worth Your Time?
Violent crime series are entertaining unpredictable. The stories bring out current issues such as opioid addiction, but it also shows how a person’s character gets built by going through all this. It’s definitely most unwanted because of its disturbing nature. The only saving grace is our own Hana Gibson, played by Keisha Castle-Hughes as an FBI agent. Hence it’s definitely worth your time if criminal drama interests you.
Stream it/Skip it
The show may have terrible episodes but scenes like these hook the viewers for more of it. “After the case is over, Jess and Tali commiserate over the absence of her mother and his wife. “I miss mom,” she says through some tears.”
Stream it. FBI: Most Wanted will keep your hunger and thirst away if you want crime-based comfort food. The storyline may be disturbing, but the cast has given its best work out there.
Here’s a fun fact to mention: Hana Gibson, played by Keisha Castle-Hughes, is the tech specialist of their group. Do you remember that she was actually nominated for an Oscar for Whale Rider when she was just 12 years old? That’s all it requires to watch the show.
If you are looking for something that blows your mind (not literally) and makes you think beyond the boundaries of your thought pattern. You need to pick FBI: Most Wanted to binge-watch. The amazing acting done by the actors has definitely lifted up the performance of the television show.