Remy and Barnes will finally meet in FBI: Most Wanted Season 4 Episode 1

Remy and Barnes will finally meet in FBI: Most Wanted Season 4 Episode 1 ...

FBI: Most Wanted Season 4 Episode 1 will be released on CBS on September 20, 2022. It will be action-packed, keeping with the FBI TV series' tradition. The first case of season 4 on FBI: Most Wanted is a New York family of four who was discovered dead in a Georgia hotel room.

Spoilers for Season 4 Episode 1 of FBI: Most Wanted

The Fugitive Task Force will be doing what they do best in the upcoming episode as they seek for a family of four criminals who may have been involved in the illegal firearms trade. Remy (Dylan McDermott) and Barnes (Roxy Sternberg) will finally meet in this episode as she recovers from hermaternity leave.

FBI: Most Wanted Episode 4.01 Synopsis: A family of four from New York is discovered dead in a Georgia motel room; Barnes is tasked with changing Remy's leadership style upon her return from maternity leave; Remy and his sister plan for their mother's care.

Season 4 Episode 1 Preview of FBI Most Wanted

The latest promotional video features Barnes and Remy's formal introduction and talks about Ortiz's departure to Los Angeles to care for his ailing father. Ivan Ortiz's actor, Miguel Gomez, also receives a warm welcome from her coworkers. A terrifying news report about a deadly shooting at a Delaware summer camp is also shown in the clip.

The cast of Season 4 of FBI Most Wanted has been tapped.

Dylan McDermott (Supervisory Special Agent Remy Scott) Alexa Davalos (Special Agent Kristin Gaines) Roxy Sternberg (Special Agent Sheryll Barnes) Keisha Castle-Hughes (Special Agent Hana Gibson) Miguel Gomez (Special Agent Ivan Ortiz

Special guests who appear in episode one include Chris Mason, Isaiah Ddó-Williams, Benedict Samuel, Shaun Anthony, Larry Mitchell, and Michael Cram.

Where to Watch FBI: Most Wanted Season 4 Episode 1

Season 4 of FBI: Most Wanted will air on CBS on September 20, 2022, at (10/9c) and will be streamed live and on-demand on the CBS app as well as on Paramount+ Google Play, YoutubeTV, DirecTV, FuboTV, Microsoft Store, iTunes, Xfinity, and Spectrum are some of the paid live-streaming and VOD alternatives.

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