CBS has canceled the season finale of FBI following the horrible school tragedy in Texas.
In the episode “Prodigal Son,” the team stops a school shooting. This is a real-life event that is shown in the episode.
The fourth-season finale’s official summary, written by showrunner Rick Eid and directed by Alex Chapple: As the squad investigates a heinous robbery that netted the perpetrators a cache of automatic firearms, they learn that one of the perpetrators is Jubal’s son’s classmate, who is unwilling to help with the investigation.
CBS will replace it with a rebroadcast of the season’s 12th episode, which aired in February. The network is now just airing the original FBI, not FBI: Most Wanted or FBI: International, which both had season finales tonight.
This comes after a teen gunman opened fire at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, killing at least 19 students and a teacher today.
To keep New York and the country secure, the FBI follows a New York-based squad of special agents who use all of their talents, knowledge, and technical experience on important investigations. Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto, Alana De La Garza, John Boyd, and Katherine Renee Turner feature in the fast-paced drama. Peregrym, who plays Special Agent Maggie Bell in the series, took a leave of absence in April after revealing her pregnancy.
Wolf Entertainment and Universal Television, in collaboration with CBS Studios, have created FBI. Executive producers are Wolf, Eid, Chapple, Arthur W. Forney, and Peter Jankowski.
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