CBS Entertainment has released the Official Synopsis of FBI: Most Wanted episode “Obstruction” (2.11) that will be aired on Tuesday, April 20 at 10:00-11:00 PM.
After a double murder takes place in a small town, the team goes after the vigilante who relies on internet sleuths to exact revenge on suspects in the name of justice. Also, Jess and Sarah’s relationship continues to grow, but not everyone approves.
“FBI: Most Wanted” is starring Julian McMahon (Supervisory Special Agent Jess LaCroix),Kellan Lutz (Special Agent Kenny Crosby), Roxy Sternberg (Special Agent Sheryll Barnes), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Special Agent Hana Gibson), Nathaniel Arcand (Special Agent Clinton Skye).
Recurring cast are Jen Landon (Sarah Allen), James Carpinello (Hugh).
Guest Cast are Paula Jon DeRose (Claudia D’Ambrose), Mike Houston (Sheriff Lancaster), Brent Langdon (Mayor Castro), Zachary Le Vey (Rodney D’Ambrose), John Carlin (Greg Krohl), Phil Schneider (Bryan Castro), Caroline Grogan (Tessa Lancaster), Katie Lombardo (Jane Armstrong), Kaleb Wells (Danny Rhodes),JJ Pyle (Cheryl Rhodes), Keilah Wolk (Anissa Gomez), ax Schochet (Derek Krohl), Kasey Buckley (Det. Marks), Candice Jean-Jacques (Brenda Gomez), Luis de la Lombana (Phil Gomez), Sean Ricciardi (Jerome Powell), Monica Giordano (Sidney Mann), Andy Zimmerman (Park Ranger), Jeff Woods Garlin (Lt. Kane), Charlie Kevin (Officer Helms), Max Santopietro (Eli Jacobs), Rodrigo Luzzi (Bartender), Laura Lamberi (Realtor), Sean Kaufman (Teenager).
This episode is written by Melissa Scrivner Love and directed by Ken Girotti.
FBI: Most Wanted is a high-stakes drama that focuses on the Fugitive Task Force, which relentlessly tracks and captures the notorious criminals on the Bureau’s Most Wanted list. This group of highly skilled agents functions as a mobile undercover unit that’s always out in the field, tirelessly pursuing those who are most desperate to elude justice.
FBI: Most Wanted is produced by Universal Television in association with CBS Television Studios with executive producers Dick Wolf, René Balcer, Fred Berner, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski.