FBI Most Wanted
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FBI has only really been a show on CBS for a couple of years, but it’s already given birth to a spinoff called FBI: Most Wanted. The series was ordered back in May, and it is getting ready to premiere at the beginning of January.

The series is set to focus on a division of the FBI that is supposed to track and capture the most notorious criminals on the Most Wanted list. The show has great potential, and we cannot wait to see exactly where the story will take us and how it differs from the “mother show,” which is the FBI.

Julian McMahon will play Jess LaCroix, the leader of the team, while Keisha Castle-Hughes will take on the role of Hana Gibson, and Kellan Lutz will play Ken Crosby.

When and Where to Watch FBI: Most Wanted?

FBI: Most Wanted will premiere on CBS on January 7th, 2020, starting with 10 PM. It is unclear exactly how many episodes does season will have, but we are estimating over 20, per CBS tradition.

How Can I Live Stream FBI: Most Wanted?

We don’t know about you, but in recent years we have started consuming more and more content online and less on traditional cable. Therefore, watching TV stations online makes sense because it combines the two pastimes quite well while giving us plenty of freedom to enjoy our shows even when traveling. When it comes to watching FBI: Most Wanted online, we suggest you go for the network’s own streaming service, which is CBS All Access. CBS All Access comes with a live stream for you to enjoy, as well as a trove of CBS shows and exclusive content. Start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access today!

There are two subscription models for CBS All Access, namely Limited Commercials and Commercial Free. Limited Commercials costs $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year, while Commercial-Free costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year. There are CBS All Access apps for most of your devices, including Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TVs, Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, as well as iOS and Android phones and tablets. (Note: CBS All Access is a platform that only works in the United States, so if you’re going to watch the show when traveling outside of the country, you’re going to need a VPN. Click here to learn what you have to do.)

Here’s how you can start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access:

  • You need to start this process by visiting the CBS All Access website and tapping the “Try It Free” button you will find on the page. This will redirect you to a page where you have to choose whether you’re going for the Limited Commercial plan or the Commercial Free one.
  • Then you will have to make another decision, namely whether to pay for the full year or go month by month. If you’re paying for the full-year, you don’t want to forget to check the box below the plans.
  • Next, you will have to provide your personal details, such as your name and address, and payment data. They will not charge you anything until the 7-day free trial is complete, but they do need to have your information to allow you to create an account.
  • Tap the “Start CBS All Access” button on the page and you can go ahead and enjoy watching the FBI: Most Wanted.

Other Ways to Watch FBI: Most Wanted

fuboTV – We have fuboTV on our list next, and it’s a great platform that comes with a single bundle of channels that includes CBS. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV today! Besides the main bundle, you can also add a bunch of channel packs and premium networks to your subscription so you can enjoy more content.

Hulu – We also have Hulu on our list, and it’s another live TV service that includes CBS. There is a single bundle of channels available here, and you can enjoy a ton of content. If you want even more content, you can add a couple of channel packs and a few premium networks to your subscription. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today! When you subscribe to the live TV service on Hulu, you will also have access to the video-on-demand library that they’ve been building for many years now.

Amazon Prime – When it comes to watching CBS, you can also rely on Amazon Prime because you can add CBS All Access to your subscription there. In this manner, you get to watch the show through the Prime Video app, as well as enjoy a single subscription manager. Start your Amazon Prime subscription with a 30-day free trial!

How Can I Watch FBI: Most Wanted When Traveling Outside of the United States?

Watching content when you travel outside of the United States is not as easy as it seems, even if you pay for services. This happens because there are licensing deals in place that prevent companies from allowing people to stream content while they are away from the United States. Thankfully, the problem can be solved relatively easy with the help of a VPN that can change your IP address in just a few seconds. We can recommend you use ExpressVPN, which is one of the best tools on the market, with thousands of servers across the world, as well as great security and privacy features to keep your data safe.

Here’s how you can use ExpressVPN to enjoy FBI: Most Wanted even when you are away from home:

  • You have to start this process by subscribing to ExpressVPN (49% OFF), which can easily be done after visiting their website and setting up an account. ExpressVPN offers old subscribers a 30-day money-back guarantee so you can request a refund if there’s anything wrong with your subscription.
  • Next, you have to download the app that was created for your device and to install it. Launch the tool and log into your account as soon as possible.
  • Look for a server that is located in the United States and connect to it.
  • When the connection has been established, you can launch CBS All Access and start enjoying FBI: Most Wanted anywhere you may be.

Can I Watch FBI: Most Wanted Live on the CBS Website?

Unfortunately, that’s not something that you will be able to do because the CBS website no longer features a live stream for people to enjoy. In fact, the only way that you can even access a live stream is through CBS All Access, or from one of the live TV services we listed above, namely fuboTV or Hulu.

Can I Watch FBI: Most Wanted With a TV Antenna?

Yes, this is actually something that you will be able to do because CBS is a channel that continues to broadcast over-the-air so you can watch it with an antenna. TV antennas are cheap to purchase, so they are quite popular with cord-cutters who are trying to save some money here and there. These devices allow people to enjoy dozens of TV channels for free, so there’s nothing not to like about them.

Before you make any purchases, we think you should visit a site such as NoCable so you can find out more details about the channels that are available in your location based on your ZIP code. You can also find out how far the broadcast stations are from your location. This information will help you decide what range you need your device to have so you can watch as many channels as possible. Also, check the devices we listed above in case any of them have the right features for you.

Can I Binge-Watch FBI: Most Wanted?

This is something that you will be able to do because all-new episodes from FBI: Most Wanted will become available to watch on CBS All Access. It remains to be seen whether or not the episodes will also be available to stream on other platforms like Hulu, but chances are pretty slim.

The most recent episodes will also become available to watch on the regular CBS website, and you will need credentials from your TV provider in order to access them. The provider can be a live TV service or cable company.

Can I Purchase FBI: Most Wanted Episodes?

This is also something that you will be able to do given the fact that episodes of CBS shows usually become available to purchase from platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu. Right now there are no links available since the show has yet to air, but we’ll update when they become available. Make sure to check them all out as they may have better deals available for you, depending on when you’re making the purchase and the exact content you are interested in.

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