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Tracker Episode 11 Preview: Release Date And More

Tracker Episode 11

Tracker deals with the action drama genre and is yet another action-packed series to be based on a novel. The series started earlier in 2024 after the Super Bowl and has since become a major success due to its well-shot action and storytelling. So far, ten episodes have aired.

Tracker Episode 11 is the next episode and the earlier episode has generated a lot of excitement for it. If you have been searching for the details of the next episode, look no further as we will be covering all that. So read on.

What Is Tracker All About?

Tracker is adapted from the novel The Never Game which was released in 2019 and was penned by Jeffery Deaver. It is about Colter Shaw (played by Justin Hartley) who is an expert in tracking. He uses his skills to earn money by helping the police as well as normal folks in finding things.

Ben H. Winters has created the show and he is also the executive producer with Justin Hartley, Ken Olin, and Elwood Reid. The series also stars Robin Weigert (playing Teddi Bruin), Abby McEnany (Velma Bruin), and Eric Graise (Bob Exley) among others. Tracker premiered on February 11th, 2024.

What Happened In The Previous Episode of Tracker?

Tracker Episode 10 is called Into the Wild and it was released on April 28th, 2024. Elwood Reid wrote the episode while Larry Teng was the director. It focused on Colter as he was moving towards the forest region of Idaho. He is once again tracking something and this time it’s a child. Their father is rich and owns a company dealing with the fixing of aerial issues.

What Happened In The Previous Episode of Tracker?
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Apart from that, a close friend of the father of Reenie (played by Fiona Rene) named Gus is also missing. They are linked since a plane had taken them from one location and Colter has to look for that. The plane also had the family of Gus including his wife and ward. Despite being on a break from work which was really needed, Colter decides to help Reenie and moves forward.

Eventually, Colter is able to locate all of them through his skills and a lot of precise work and searching in the region. Happy with his efforts, Gus gives him a weekend gateway offer with Reenie. They agree and it’s hinted that there might be something between the two.

What To Expect From Tracker Episode 11?

Tracker Episode 11 is named Beyond the Campus Walls and it’s penned by Travis Donnelly while Joel Novoa is the director. This episode will introduce a new character named Dory (played by Melissa Roxburgh) who is the younger sister of Colter.

In this episode, we will see him trying to dig into a dark past of his family’s history. It will be tough for him since it’s more close of a case than anything he has done before. He will look into the work his father did for the government. We will also see Colter’s relationship with Russell Shaw (played by Jensen Ackles) getting more damaged.

The main plot of Tracker Episode 11 will focus on the disappearance of a kid who is studying in grad. He is nowhere to be found post attending a house party. People believe that he has done something to himself but Colter needs to find the truth. A 20-second promo showcases Colter talking about his father’s work. Overall, the episode will have many plotlines involving a missing kid as well as the dark history of Colter’s own father.

Do We Have A Release Date?

Tracker Episode 11 will be released on Sunday, May 5th, 2024 on CBS. It will work as a silence before the storm of the penultimate episode happens later. This season will have 13 episodes with the final aimed to drop on May 19th.

Do We Have A Release Date?
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Tracker has a very unique protagonist on the front who tracks people for a living. The series outperforms its source material and offers many impressive action sequences as well as drama that are driven by characters. Tracker Episode 11 will have Colter looking into a case while he is dealing with a personal matter that deeply impacts him and his family.

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