FBI is an American crime drama created by Law and Order producer Dick Wolf and his producing partner Craig Turk. The Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki-led procedural was a great hit when it first began last year so CBS has already brought it back for a second outing. Now the show is back on the channel, here’s everything you need to know about when it airs and the number of episodes of the show.
When does FBI season 2 start?
FBI season two returns to screens tonight (September 24) on CBS with a brand new series.
The show will air on the channel at 9pm EST for fans to tune into the next outing.
After the episode has aired, fans can also catch the latest episode on CBS All Access.
Subscription costs for the platform begin at $5.99 per month.
Episodes of the series will air weekly on Tuesdays on the channel for fans to watch.
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Fans of crime procedurals will be able to enjoy it along with new episodes of NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans as well on the channel.
There has not been any information revealed yet about when the new season will be available in the UK.
However, fans could be waiting a while as the first season was only released on Sky Witness in August of this year.
Express.co.uk will update this article as soon any more information is announced.
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How many episodes are in FBI season 2?
The second season of FBI is expected to run for a full 22 episodes on CBS.
This follows the same pattern as the first season of the show, which also had 22.
However, only the first three episode titles have been revealed by CBS so far:
- Episode one: Little Egypt
- Episode two: The Lives of Others
- Episode three: American Idol
What will happen in FBI season 2?
FBI was created by Law and Order producer Dick Wolf as a new crime drama.
The first season of the show was set in New York City and followed a team in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Following special agent Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym) and her partner Omar Adom “OA” Zidan (Zeeko Zaki), the drama mainly focuses on their day-to-day trials and tribulations in the force.
Both Maggie and OA are also assisted by analyst Kristen Chazal (Ebonee Noel) and special agent Jubal Valentine (Jeremy Sisto) to solve complicated cases.
The team workes under the supervision of Dana Mosier (Sela Ward) who keeps a tight reign on their work.
However Mosier is replaced in season two by Isobel Castile, played by Alana De La Garza who will be the new head.
FBI’s latest trailer shows the team back and dealing with some heavy cases.
The dramatic first look reveals the team will be dealing with a bomb in Queens when they return.
FBI also already has a spin-off series called FBI: Most Wanted, which began in May.
This stars Julian McMahon and Kellan Lutz among its stars.
FBI season 2 begins on CBS tonight (Tuesday, September 24).