'FBI: Most Wanted' Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot

FBI: Most Wanted season 3 is heading to CBS very soon, after an almost year-long wait. The new series will pick from Season 2's terrifying cliffhanger and will also feature a cross-over with FBI and FBI: International. Newsweek has everything you need to know about the new series of FBI: Most Wanted including release date, cast, trailer, plot, and more.

When Does FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Start?

FBI: Most Wanted season 3 will premiere at 9 pm E.T on Tuesday, September 21 on CBS.

A new episode will air every Tuesday on CBS. At the moment, it is unknown how many episodes there will be in the new series but fans can expect at least 14, the same amount as the first season.

To watch FBI: Most Wanted, you can catch each episode as it airs on the CBS Network and CBS Website.

Episodes will also be available to stream via Paramount+. You can sign up to Paramount+ now for $4.99 per month.

Viewers in the U.K. will be able to watch FBI: Most Wanted via Sky and NOW at a later date.

Who Stars in FBI: Most Wanted Season 3?

Most of the main cast is back for FBI: Most Wanted season 3.

This means Charmed star Julian McMahon returns as Jess LaCroix, the FBI supervisor special agent, and team leader.

Twilight's Kellan Lutz returns as Kenny 'Ken' Crosby, an FBI Agent and ex-army Intelligence officer.

Chewing Gum's Roxy Sternberg will be back as Sheryll Barnes, an FBI special agent and second-in-command in the taskforce.

Game of Thrones star Keisha Castle-Hughes returns as FBI Special Agent and Intelligence Analyst Hana Gibson alongside SMILF'S Miguel Gomez as Special Agent Ivan Ortiz, a former LAPD gang officer.

Alexa Davalos has joined the cast of FBI: Most Wanted as Kristin Gaines, an FBI special agent who previously worked with the Miami field office.

Fans will most likely recognize Davalos from her role as Juliana Crain in Amazon's The Man in the High Castle.

Her other credits include Angel, Clash of the Titans, Reunion and Mob City.

Sadly, Nathaniel Arcand will not be returning as Special Agent Clinton Skye in Season 3.

In June 2021, Arcand wrote on Instagram: "Moving On, Moving Forward, Don't Look Back... #clintonskye Must Say Bye. Bye."

Guest stars appearing in this series include Taylor Cooper, Oded Fehr, Sarah Rich, Annemarie Lawless, Gia Crovatin and John Dreher.

What Will Happen in FBI: Most Wanted Season 3?

Season 3 of FBI: Most Wanted will pick up from the huge cliffhanger ending of Season 2 which saw Jess (Julian McMahon) and his new girlfriend Sarah (Jen Landon) come face-to-face with Sarah's ex-husband Hugh (James Carpinello).

Hugh had turned up to Sarah's house armed with weapons after making bail.
What ensued was a standoff, with Jess and Kenny (Kellan Lutz) holding their weapons up to Hugh.

The episode ended with shots being fired, but who pulled the trigger remains unknown and is expected to be revealed in the premiere episode.

FBI: Most Wanted will be part of a three-part crossover, which will begin on September 21, with FBI and FBI: International.

Is There a Trailer For FBI: Most Wanted Season 3?

There is no trailer yet for FBI: Most Wanted, but there is a trailer for the epic three-part cross-over event.

The trailer begins with a woman called Julia being kidnapped by an unknown man, followed by the FBI coming face-to-face with Hugh. The FBI also appears to be under attack at a derelict site.

The trailer also introduces the cast of FBI: International, who are stationed in Budapest dealing with what appears to be an international child abduction ring.

Towards the end of the trailer, it is revealed New York's Children's Hospital has been hit by a cyberattack and the FBI is on the hunt for a hacker.

FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 premieres on Tuesday, September 21 at 9 p.m. ET.

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Keisha Castle-Hughes, Julian McMahon, Dick Wolf, Roxy Sternberg, Kellan Lutz and Nathaniel Arcand of "FBI: Most Wanted" David Livingston/Getty Images