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FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7: What To Expect?

FBI: Most Wanted

FBI: Most Wanted is a spin-off of the really successful FBI franchise and it’s been going on for a few years. The series deals with the genres of crime and drama and it has René Balcer as the creator. Starting out in 2020, the series went on to have four seasons that have been really successful.

Its fifth season is currently on air and fans are talking and reading about FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7 considering the chain of several events that happened in the previous episode so read on.

What Is FBI: Most Wanted All About?

The characters shown in FBI: Most Wanted were introduced in the first season of its parent show FBI. It tells the events in the lives of people working in the Fugitive Task Force of the FBI in New York. They are tasked to track and find out information about people on the most wanted list.

The team is headlined by Jess LaCroix who is a Special Agent. Every season shows the lead characters working in a specific department to nab criminals while also giving a glimpse of their personal lives in between.

Dick Wolf, who created the parent show, is the executive producer of FBI: Most Wanted along with René Balcer, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski. It’s first season aired on January 7th, 2020 on CBS and had a 14-episode run till May 5th, 2020. A pilot episode that was backdoor, was released on April 2nd, 2019. FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 started on February 13th, 2024.

What Happened In The Previous Episode?

FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 6 was called Fouled Out. D. Dona Le wrote the episode while Corey Bowles was the director. It was released on March 26th, 2024, and follows the Task Force trying to nab a man involved in a shooting in a college area in Queens.

They also encounter the basketball setup in the college. Meanwhile, Charlotte and Barnes are also trying to fix their relationship. Amid all this, the main focus of the story remains the person who is creating terror on the campus of the college.

What Happened In The Previous Episode?
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What To Expect From FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7?

FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7 is given the name of Rendition and it is written by Chris Salmanpour and David Hudgins. Sharon Lewis has directed the episode and it will focus on the task force members trying to fight the criminals after four of the detectives are shot and killed that took place in an exchange scene in prison.

The premise promises viewers that they will get to see a lot of action and shootouts in the episode as the showdown between the force and the criminals will take place. They won’t spare anyone since four of their own people were murdered.

If some of the story takes place inside a prison, we can suspect that there might be some physical fight sequences as well in the upcoming episode. The criminals are from the Chechen gang which means they might not go soft on the force.

When it comes to the cast, FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7 will reunite the actors from the previous episodes. This includes Dylan McDermott who is playing the role of Remy Scott, their Supervisory Special Agent.

Other actors who will also feature are Shantel VanSanten (Nina Chase), Roxy Sternberg (Sheryll Barnes), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Hana Gibson) and Edwin Hodge who plays the role of Ray Cannon, one of the Special Agents in the force. Barring Scott, all these characters are special agents.

Do We Have A Release Date?

FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7 will be released on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024 on NBC at 8 pm (ET). Its duration will be around 40 to 45 minutes. The previous seasons have had 15 to 22 episodes. However, because of the strikes in Hollywood in 2023, FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 will only have ten episodes.


FBI: Most Wanted has a strong fanbase who really enjoyed its parent show. Since most of the characters have spilled from that show, this spin-off has a base audience and a strong legacy to cater to. FBI: Most Wanted Season 5 Episode 7 will be action-packed and fans are gearing up to be entertained.

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