‘FBI’ Season Finale Pulled by CBS After Texas School Shooting

CBS pulled tonight FBI season finale and was replaced by a rerun, amid Tuesday’s mass shooting at a Texas elementary school.

The FBI The season 4 finale, titled “The Prodigal Son” and scheduled to air at 8/7c, centers on a school scene. When the team investigating a deadly robbery creates an arsenal of automatic weapons for the killers, they discover that one of the agents is a classmate of Jubal’s son, who reluctantly cooperates with the case. judgment,” according to the official description. There is no word yet on when or whether the episode will air on CBS. Tuesday FBI: International and FBI: Most Wanted The season finals, however, will air on a scheduled basis at 9pm and 10pm respectively.

Earlier, on Tuesday, 14 children and a teacher were killed when a gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. (The 18-year-old suspect was also killed.) Several other people were shot in the incident, including two police officers, and are being treated at local hospitals.

Instead FBI At the end of the season, CBS will rebroadcast this season’s 12th episode, “Under Pressure,” which originally aired on February 1. Official synopsis: “Maggie secretly works in a bar to regulate investigate an anti-government group that regularly gathers there and whose members are suspected in a series of bombings. The case opens old wounds for her when a single father on the periphery of the group begins to fear he is in danger of becoming mortgage damage. ”

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