FBI, April 9 2024, CBS, “Phantom”

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In this episode of FBI, the team faces a challenging case as they work to track down a killer with a larger plot in motion. The episode, titled “Phantom,” airing on Tuesday April 9 on CBS, begins with a shooting in an industrial park, where an employee of the U.S. Army is fatally wounded. This incident sets the team on a race to uncover the truth behind the attack and bring the perpetrator to justice.

The team, led by Special Agent Maggie Bell, also includes Special Agent Omar Adom “OA” Zidan, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine, and Special Agent Tiffany Wallace. They must use their collective expertise and skills to navigate this complex investigation. As they delve into the case, they discover that the shooting reveals a more extensive scheme at play, adding a layer of urgency to their efforts.

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Meanwhile, Tiffany continues to struggle with the weight of her guilt surrounding Hobbs’ death. The impact of this loss is evident, and viewers anticipate a potential opportunity for closure or further exploration of powerful moments before the season’s conclusion.

The episode “Phantom” is part of the show’s sixth season, which premiered on February 13, 2024. FBI is a procedural drama that offers a glimpse into the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The series showcases the team’s unwavering commitment to protecting New York and the country while handling high-stakes cases involving terrorism, organized crime, and counterintelligence.

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FBI airs on CBS at 8.00 pm on Tuesday, April 9, 2024.

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