FBI: Most Wanted is a crime drama series that is created by Rene Balcer. It is the spin-off of Dick Wolf’s original drama FBI that was released back in 2018. The first season premiered in January 2020, while the second season premiered sometime around November 2020.
The series focuses on the agents of the FBI Fugitive Taskforce that is led by Special Agent Jess LaCroix, a veteran FBI agent. The agents under his command are Kenny Crosby, Sheryll Barnes, Hana Gibson, and Clinton Skye. The cast of the series includes Julian McMahon, Kellan Lutz, Roxy Sternberg, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Nathaniel Arcand as the main FBI agents, and YaYa Gosselin as Jess’s daughter.
Episode 3 recap
The case focused on a man named Hewitt who robbed a couple’s home and kidnapped a woman named Avery from thereafter; he shot her husband. As the Fugitive Task Force takes over the case, Jess remembers that Avery and Hewitt were also involved in a bank robbery case back in 2002. Jess was present there at that time and was pursuing Hewitt, but he felt responsible for the murder of a pregnant officer during the case. Ever since that day, Jess has been holding himself responsible for all of this.
In the morning, Jess sits with his father for breakfast, discussing his marriage to his girlfriend, Marie Smith. Jess doesn’t have a good relationship with his father, but now he is also worried about his daughter Tali, who now shows up in makeup, thanks to Marie. Jess doesn’t want his daughter to be influenced by her grandfather, let alone grow close to him as well. Jess vents out to Isobel about the fact that his new mom is only 2 years older than him and the fact that his father Bryan is putting up an act for Tali. Isobel tells him that his father might die sooner or later, and he must make peace with him someday.
When Jess came back home from the case, he was welcomed by Bryan, Marie, and Tali dancing in the living room and having fun. But when Jess notices a new dress that Tali is wearing for her grandfather’s wedding, he walks out, and Bryan follows him. While they both have a heart-to-heart, we learn that the reason Bryan didn’t show up for Jess’s wife’s funeral was that he was in prison.
He was embarrassed to call his son because Jess was grieving. He also mentions to Jess the fact that he isn’t around Tali that much. Bryan tells him that Jess deserves to spend more time with his daughter while Jess responds the same for his father, which implies that he is ready to make peace with his father.
FBI: Most Wanted Season 2 Episode 4 release date
Since the series is on a winter break, it is assumed that the episodes will continue around sometime in 2021. FBI: Most Wanted Season 2 Episode 4 will air on CBS on 19 January 2020, at 10:00 PM Eastern Time, It will introduce a new set of cases and will see Jess repairing his relationship with his father. All the episodes are now available on CBS All Access.