FBI: Most Wanted

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Season 4 episodes (7)

1 Iron Pipeline
When a family of four from New York is found dead in a Georgia motel room, the Fugitive Task Force investigates a connection between the victims and the sale of illegal firearms. Also, Barnes struggles with Remy's leadership style upon her return from maternity leave, and Remy and his sister plan for their mother's care, on the fourth season premiere of the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED.
2 Taxman
Rookie agent Ray Cannon (new series regular Edwin Hodge) joins the Fugitive Task Force as they hunt down a mysterious killer targeting IRS offices, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED.
3 Succession
After a heist in the Diamond District leaves three dead, the team's search for the fugitives reveals a dangerous connection to Kristin's undercover past in Miami.
4 Gold Diggers
After a geology professor is murdered, the team uncovers an ancient legend regarding a secret treasure and encounters a dangerous fugitive who will kill to find the gold.
5 Chains
After Hana is kidnapped while trying to help a young girl (guest star Dalya Knapp, EVIL) in peril at a rest stop that's on the way to her sister's house in Connecticut, Remy and the team pull out all the stops to find her, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED.
6 Patent Pending
After a tech entrepreneur is abducted from a rave in Brooklyn and found bludgeoned to death at his estate in Connecticut, Remy and the team must dive into the world of psychedelics to find his killer, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED.
7 Karma
The team's Thanksgiving plans are put on hold when they are brought in to investigate whether a shooting at a Buddhist temple was a hate crime or something more personal. Also, Remy and April make a tough decision, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED.

About this show

From Emmy Award-winner Dick Wolf and the team behind the "Law & Order" franchise, "FBI: Most Wanted" is a high stakes drama that focuses on the Fugitive Task Force, which relentlessly tracks and captures the notorious criminals on the Bureau's Most Wanted list. Seasoned agent Jess LaCroix (Julian McMahon) oversees the highly skilled team which functions as a mobile undercover unit that's always out in the field, pursuing those who are most desperate to elude justice. Dick Wolf, Rene Balcer, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski are executive producers.
52 reviews
Christian Publishing House
December 26, 2021
First, Deborah Elliott rating is the racist. Sad, the last 30 years we have seen the liberal progressive Democrat socialists who have always been the racists from slavery, to fighting against civil rights, to Jim Crow laws, to Planned Parenthood abortion clinics inundating black neighborhoods, to keep blacks in failing public schools, so they are doomed to a lifetime of Democrat government assistance. Now, to the TV show. It is brain numbing boring. Really, and worse, and you might have an aneurysm. I am thinking the five-star rating are friends and family. So, save your money, time, and mind. I barely made it 15 minutes.
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FactsDontCare AboutFeelings
June 14, 2022
Christopher Wray,is a lying hypocrite the real domestic terrorists are those promoting globalist commie ways such as blcklvesmatter and antlfa who are their puppets. TheF B I ignore about JohnSullivan and the fact they were unlawfully spying on citizens,while favoring the real criminal protesters! You guys are the ones who should be locked up instead! The biggest foreign and domestic terrorists are NOT whlte supremlsts but the other supremlsts including the blck supremlst attack there ! !
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deborah elliott
October 1, 2021
Too sanitized, everything is conveniently black and white, glosses over inherent flaws in the FBI bureaucracy, too slick. The FBI needs a major overhaul, a white male-dominated racist, sexist, conservative, bone-headed organization.
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