CBS pulled season 4 at the last minute FBIFinale in light of the mass shooting at an elementary School in Texas on Tuesday May 24.
The procedural drama was set to air its “Prodigal Son” episode, which had a school shooting story line, on Tuesday evening during its regular 8 p.m. time slot. “As the team investigates a deadly robbery that garnered a cache of automatic weapons for the killers, they discover one of the perps is a classmate of Jubal’s son, who is reluctant to cooperate with the case,” the official description of the finale reads.
After the Texas incident, the network rerun the season 4 episode. An 18-year-old gunman opened fired on Robb Elementary School in Uvalde (Texas) on Tuesday afternoon. The shooting resulted in the deaths of at most 19 children and two adults. One of these victims was identified as a teacher. The shooter was also shot dead and several other victims were taken into nearby hospitals, including two police officers.
FBIOne of many crime dramas made by Dick WolfStars on network television Jeremy SistoAs Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine Assistant Missy Peregrym (as Special Agent Maggie Bell), Zeeko Zaki (as Special Agent Omar “OA” Adom), Alana De La Garza(as Special agent in charge Isobel Castille). John Boyd (as Special Agent Stuart Scola).
Both FBI’sSpinoff series FBI: International FBI: Most WantedThey then continued with their regular finales on Tuesday night. CBS has yet to confirm whether FBI’sAccording to TVLine, season 4 will air in the future.
The hit series — along with its spinoffs — was renewed for multiple seasons. CBS announced earlier this year that FBIDuring seasons 5 and 6 it was picked up. FBI: InternationalSeasons 2 and 3 will be back. FBI: Most WantedRecently, a new addition to the collection was Dylan McDermott Remy Scott, Supervisory Special Agent Julian McMahon’s exit as Supervisory Special Agent Jess LaCroix in March, will return for seasons 4 and 5.