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How to Watch ‘FBI’ Online – Live Stream Season 2 Episodes

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Last updated September 13, 2019

This fall we will see yet another drama TV series that based on police work as FBI returns for a second season. We plan to watch online, and we invite you to do the very same thing.

FBI first premiered back in September 2018, and we are now waiting for the return for the second season. The show features Missy Peregrym who plays Maggie Bell, an FBI agent and the widow of a Wall Street reporter. Alongside her, we're going to watch Zeeko Zaki who plays Omar Adom Zidan, FBI special agent and Maggie's partner.

As the new season rolls around, we are going to see more adventures that Maggie and her partner go on after discovering why her husband was murdered and arresting the culprit. Judging by the trailer that is already out, we are going to see some more emotional scenes featuring Zidan, following several bombings.

When and Where to Watch FBI?

The second season of FBI is scheduled to premiere on CBS on September 24th, 2019. The show will air 9/8c on Tuesdays, so you better clear up your schedule.

How Can I Live Stream FBI?

Nowadays it is super simple to watch TV online since there are so many websites that cater to this need we have. The best way to watch the FBI is through CBS All Access, which is the network's streaming service. Start your 7-Day free trial on CBS All Access now! The platform will help you access the live stream, as well as the full video-on-demand library.

On CBS All Access you will be able to choose the type of subscription you want to get by picking between Limited Commercials and Commercial-Free. Limited Commercials costs $5.99 per month while Commercial-Free costs $9.99 per month. If you want to subscribe for the full year, you're only going to pay $59.99 for the first one and $99.99 for the latter.

CBS All Access works on Apple TV, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Fire TV, Samsung Smart TV, Roku, iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows 10. (Note: CBS All Access is a platform that works in the United States only, so if you ever travel abroad, you're going to need to use a VPN to bypass the blockade. Click here to learn how to do this.)

Here is everything you need to do to create an account and start your 7-Day free trial on CBS All Access:

Other Ways to Watch FBI

Amazon Prime - If you are already an Amazon Prime subscriber, you should know that you can add CBS All Access to your subscription. This way you will only pay a single bill each month. Start your 30-Day free trial on Amazon Prime!

fuboTV - We also have fuboTV on the list, which is one of the best platforms on the market, offering nearly 100 channels including CBS. Start your 7-Day free trial on fuboTV now! if you need more content you can add any of the channel packs and premium networks that they have available.

PlayStation Vue - We also have Playstation Vue on the list and it will help you watch CBS from any of its four bundles, namely Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. The platform enables people to watch content on up to five devices and record up to 500 programs to the Cloud.

How Can I Watch FBI When I Am Outside of the United States?

Live TV platforms and streaming services everywhere, including CBS All Access, PlayStation Vue, and fuboTV, must abide by licensing deals. This means that you need to get creative if you want to continue watching when you are outside of the United States, because your access will be banned. A VPN can help change your IP address so you can fool the system into thinking you are still in the United States. We only recommend ExpressVPN, which is one of the best on the market, with thousands of servers across the world and tight security and privacy features.

Here's what you need to do to bypass blockades and watch FBI's second season.

Can I Watch FBI on the CBS Website?

The CBS website does not host a live stream for you to watch. Since the launch of CBS All Access, the live stream has moved to the streaming service so you will need to subscribe to the platform if you want to access it. The alternative is subscribing to fuboTV or PlayStation Vue to watch a tonne of channels live. (Note: CBS is a channel that is only available in select markets so if you happen to live in a city that does not get access to the CBS channel, you can use the VPN to switch cities by connecting to a server that in a different location. Click here to learn how to do this.)

Can I Watch FBI With a TV Antenna?

This is something that you can do because FBI runs on CBS, which is one of the last few channels that broadcast over-the-air. Basically, you can use a simple TV antenna to watch TV for free, including FBI.

We suggest that before you make any purchases you check a site such as NoCable, that will tell you exactly what channels are available over-the-air in your specific location. Not only that, but the site will also tell you how far away broadcasting stations are, so you can figure out what's the best range for your device. We have already given you a suggestion in terms of TV antennas, but you can do your own research if you have the time and want more options.

Can I Binge-Watch FBI?

You most definitely can do that, since all the FBI episodes are available to watch on CBS All Access if you have a subscription. Unfortunately, the show isn't available through Netflix or Hulu, so you will have to go for CBS' own streaming service.

Can I Purchase FBI Episodes?

You can do that too, because FBI episodes are available to get from Google Play, YouTube, Amazon Prime, iTunes, Microsoft Store, and Vudu. Visit every link we provided, because they may have better deals available for you depending on which episodes you're looking to purchase and whether or not they have deals running at the time when you're interested.

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