FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5 “Unhinged” Release Date & Promo

FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5

In the previous episode 4, the FBI’s Most Wanted squad raced to figure out why an Asian American lady was kidnapped, with the suspect murdering one of her friends. Continue reading about episode 4 by scrolling down the page. After the episode that made China super-army, the viewers are eagerly waiting for the upcoming episodes which are going to air tonight. As the show took a short break after four episodes. www.tvacute.com has a photo and a trailer for FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5 titled “Unhinged” that you can view below. So you can mentally prepare for the forthcoming new episode.

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FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5 Recap

FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5 Spoilers

Hana returns after four episodes of absence. Jess said she was visiting her folks for a short while but will return. Now we get to witness her return to a team without Crosby, which will be difficult given their friendship. Hana is returning to a new teammate. Then there’s the weekly case. This one involves an arcade fire. There’s a lot more to this case than meets the eye. It’s a “special species of monster,” as the case states.

FBI: Most Wanted Episode 305 Synopsis: After a deadly fire at an arcade, the team discovers the blaze was just the first step in an intricate plan to exact revenge on one of the victims. Also, Hana rejoins the team, finding new adjustments in all aspects of her life,

FBI Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5 Cast

REGULAR CAST: Julian McMahon (Supervisory Special Agent Jess LaCroix) 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) YaYa Gosselin (Natalia “Tali” LaCroix) RECURRING CAST: Jen Landon (Sarah Allen) Taylor Cooper (Zadie) GUEST CAST: Tim Dekay (Angelo Carpenter) Clarke Thorell (Fred Duncan) Gregory Perri (William Duncan) Dan Amboyer (Todd Carter) Dana Berger (Vicky Brokaw) Geraldine Leer (Sally Wiggins) Dan Cordle (Dan Wiggins) Erica Sweany (Rachel Dunn) Bethany Lauren James (Anna Raos) Carlos Andrickson (Ramon Raos) Amalina Ace (Abby Dunn) Thomas Belgrey (Pat McKendrick) Jeremy Burnett (Ollie) Liam Nixon Cesar (Michael Raos) Hope Blackstock (News Anchor) WRITTEN BY: Melissa Scrivner Love DIRECTED BY: Ken Girotti

FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5 Release Date

FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 Episode 5  will air on CBS on November 2, 2021, at 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT The show will air on CBS and will be streamed live and on-demand on the CBS app as well as on Paramount+  Google PlayYoutubeTV, DirecTV, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Store, iTunes, Xfinity, and Spectrum are among the paid live-streaming and VOD alternatives available. you have to catch up on Amazon Prime Video.

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Three women eating dinner. They depart. When Carrie is walking back to her car, a white man in a van pulls over. He snatched her by the neck and shot two bystanders who attempted to assist her. Stephen, Carrie’s husband, was interviewed by the FBI: Most Wanted squad. He was handed a ransom note demanding $50,000. The kidnapper requested a rendezvous in a park. Two armed Chinese nationals also showed up as he went to meet the abductor. They had weapons. As the actual kidnapper drives away, the FBI: Most Wanted team shot the two Chinese men dead. They return to Stephen’s house in an attempt to locate him. He’s no longer here. The two cops who were guarding the house against the outside have died. Switch to a different scene. Stephen is at a private residence, as we can see. The abductor is present, but so is a second Asian American man whom Stephen is unfamiliar with.

Stephen is thrown into the basement. That’s also where his wife is. When it comes to blindness caused by childhood blood illnesses, the agents realize that Stephen’s study can erase genetic flaws. Children of Asian ancestry are affected by one of these disorders. Meanwhile, in New York, Gaines meets with a CIA agent. He informs her that Stephen’s study could enable China to create a super-soldier army by removing faulty traits. It’s known as “God Technology.” But it’s all a massive ruse by the FBI: the creators of Most Wanted. Do you recall the sickness that affects Asian children? Let that serve as a hint. Stephen infiltrates his own research facility. Agents from the FBI’s Most Wanted division watch it on security video. Stephen also adjusts the computer monitor to face the cameras. On the screen, there is a name. Stephen exits the lab with a blood bag in his hand. Stephen is sitting by the bedside of a seriously ill child. The kidnapper was hired by Frank’s father. His child was too old to participate in Stephen’s clinical trials. Frank insisted that Stephen take care of him. As the agents break into the residence, Stephen begins the blood transfusion. Frank was assured by LaCroix that it wasn’t his fault and that he gets to determine “how this ends.” Actually, Stephen was the one who did the research. When the son opens his eyes, it is clear that the blood transfusion has helped him. Stephen rushes to find his wife, Carrie. She’s safe and sound in the cellar.

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