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FBI Season 6 Spoilers: Who’s Leaving?

The FBI Season 6 spoilers suggest that someone’s leaving the show. The CBS hit show has gone through its share of ups and downs over the years. Another major star will be leaving the show. Some fans fear that it could change the trajectory of the series. Keep on reading to learn more.

FBI Season 6 Spoilers – What You Need To Know About CBS’ FBI

In case you don’t know, FBI is a drama that follows the special agents at New York’s Federal Bureau of Investigation. The team has to deal with the most dangerous cases in the country, including counterintelligence, cybersecurity, organized crime, and terrorism.

The series premiered in 2018 and has had many cast shakeups over the seasons. Many cast members have come and gone on the hit series. The Dick Wolfe series led to the spin-offs, FBI: International and FBI: Most Wanted.

FBI Season 6 Spoilers: Who's Leaving?

The original series stars Missy Peregrym as Special Agent Maggie Bell, Zeeko Zaki as Special Agent Omar Adom “OA” Zidan, and John Boyd as Special Agent Stuart Scola.

The latest cast shakeup included the departure of Shantel VanSanten, who plays the role of Special Agent Nina Chase. She left the OG series for FBI: Most Wanted. Fans were in shock when Roshawn Franklin, who plays Trevor Dobbs, was killed off in the premiere of Season 6 of FBI.

The show is about to lose another cast member. They’ve been with the series since the beginning. Keep reading to learn more about the FBI cast shakeup in Season 6.

FBI Season 6 Spoilers – Who’s Leaving FBI Season 6?

Showrunner Rick Eid left the series on Friday, April 19. He announced his departure in a statement to the media. Eid has been the showrunner for FBI since its debut. He’s the reason for the show’s success. He was responsible for Law & Order since 2022.

“After six years of running two, or more, shows, and CBS now picking up FBI for three more years, this was the perfect time for me to step back and focus on my efforts on running Law & Order and developing new projects,” Eid said in his statement. “I’m extremely proud of FBI, and couldn’t be happier for the cast, crew, and producers. While I no longer be the day-to-day showrunner, I intend to remain involved with the show going forward.”

Eid will still be the showrunner for Law & Order. However, fans feel this change could affect the trajectory of the show. What are your thoughts on this show? Sound off below in the comment section.

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