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FBI: Most Wanted – Alexa Davalos Joins Season 3 Cast Of CBS Show

FBI Most Wanted: Alexa Davalos FBI: Most Wanted spoilers and updates tease that FBI: Most Wanted has added more star power to its season 3 cast after Alexa Davalos signed up as a series regular. Nothing much is known about Davalos’ character, but it’s been reported that she’s tapped as the lead opposite Julian McMahon in the TV series’ upcoming third season.

FBI: Most Wanted  – Alexa Davalos Signs Up As Series Regular

Davalos, whom viewers may recall from The Man in the High Castle, will play the role of an FBI agent who joins Jess’ (Julian McMahon) team. The news comes on the heels of reports that Special Agent Clinton Skye (Nathaniel Arcand) won’t be returning for the third season. CBS has confirmed Arcand’s exit from the series and the actor also took to Instagram to bid his farewell.

The actor said in his post, “Moving On, Moving Forward, Don’t Look Back… #clintonskye Must Say Bye. Bye.” Arcand’s character, Clinton Skye, was introduced in the 18th episode of FBI Season 1. He appeared in 14 episodes of FBI: Most Wanted Season 1 and in 3 episodes in Season 2.

Other Series Regulars

Davalos will be joining other cast members including Miguel Gomez, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Roxy Sternberg, and Kellan Lutz, who are all series regulars. FBI: Most Wanted is produced by Universal Television and Wolf Entertainment. The showrunners are David Hudgins, Arthur W. Forney, and Peter Jankwski while Dick Wolf executive produces.

FBI: Most Wanted follows the story of an elite unit, the Fugitive Task Force, and their relentless pursuits to capture the Bureau’s most wanted criminals. Season 3 is scheduled to air on CBS this fall and it’ll be part of a three-hour crossover premier event that includes FBI and its latest spinoff FBI: International.

FBI: Most Wanted And International

CBS Entertainment President, Kelly Kahl, described FBI: International as “an intriguing and distinct drama that perfectly complements its compelling siblings, FBI and FBI: Most Wanted, creating an enviable triple-threat for next season that will fit seamlessly across our network lineup.”

Wolf also commended CBS for being a “great creative partner” and for understanding “the value of the growing FBI brand.” Wolf said the new FBI franchise provides them the “opportunity to expand.” The new TV series follows the story of the FBI’s International team made up of elite agents who travel the world to protect Americans.

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