With COVID devastating the country, two gunmen take out their desperation and rage on the elite class they perceive to be oppressing them as the team attempts to track and stop them. Also, Jess' father (Terry O'Quinn) returns to his son's life and, although he's brought a new girlfriend, he may not be over his old ways, on the second season premiere of FBI: MOST WANTED.
When Cal wakes with a life-threatening fever, Grace worries it’s a side-effect of his experimental cancer treatment, but Michaela and Ben suspect Cal’s condition may be related to a mysterious passenger from Flight 828. As Cal’s situation worsens, Ben and Michaela attempt to track down the now-missing passenger.
The Stones struggle to unlock their mysterious wave of frightening 828 callings.
Miles is shocked and angered when the God Account sends him the one name he never wanted to see – the drunk driver who killed his mother 17 years earlier, leading Cara and Rakesh to help him face the worst moment of his life in order to move forward. Also, Miles and Rakesh learn some revealing information about Falken, the mysterious hacker who they believe is tied to the God Account.
Tommy works to keep her officers in line when one of their own turns up dead, and some want to take extreme measures to find the perpetrator. Also, Mayor Buddy Gray and Deputy Mayor Doug Dudik are concerned about what damaging information Arturo Lopez (Arturo Del Puerto), a recently arrested acquaintance of Buddy's, may have on him.
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