FBI‘s deliberate Season 4 finale titled “Prodigal Son,” which was pulled following the tragic college capturing in Uvalde, Texas has been rescheduled for October 4.
The episode includes Agent Jubal Valentine (Jeremy Sisto) and the FBI crew working to stop a capturing. Sources near manufacturing inform Deadline, “no mass capturing, of a faculty or in any other case, is seen” in “Prodigal Son.”
The unique synopsis of the episode (written by showrunner Rick Eid and directed by Alex Chapple): Because the crew investigates a lethal theft that garnered a cache of computerized weapons for the killers, they uncover one of many perps is a classmate of Jubal’s son, who’s reluctant to cooperate with the case.
The revised synopsis launched at this time: Because the crew investigates a lethal theft that garnered a cache of computerized weapons for the killers, they uncover one of many culprits is a classmate of Jubal’s son, who’s reluctant to cooperate with the case.
“Prodigal Son” was initially set to air on Could 24, simply hours after an 18-year-old fatally shot 19 college students and two academics, in addition to wounded 17 others inside Robb Elementary Faculty. The gunman was additionally a casualty.
Sisto shared perception into the episode with TV Line, who broke the information of the rescheduling.
“As a dad or mum, you’re all the time weighing what your little one or a co-parent thinks is correct to our personal instincts,” he instructed the outlet. “Usually it’s good to mood your reactions however, if you do, you run the chance of actually letting your child down. To see Jubal, who is continually making massive choices with life or dying penalties, make errors on this very completely different however equally necessary area makes the character so relatable.”
FBI airs Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. on CBS.