The FBI: Most Desired solid is receiving a further makeover ahead of year 5 — and Alexa Davalos is the most up-to-date casualty.
Davalos, 41, who performs Distinctive Agent Kristin Gaines on the CBS drama, will not be returning for time 5, Deadline reported on Tuesday, August 8. The actress was “informed by a producer on established that she will not be coming back immediately after filming her past scene from time 4 various months in the past,” according to the outlet.
Although Davalos wasn’t expecting the information, Deadline reported that the conversation and her subsequent exit were being “amicable.”
Her exit may well come as a shock to admirers simply because the period 4 finale, which aired in May well, didn’t even hint at Davalos’ character leaving. The episode instead centered on the FBI Fugitive Task Force’s attempts to keep track of down the true killer of Supervisory Particular Agent Remy Scott’s (Dylan McDermott) brother from years earlier.
Davalos, who joined the cast during time 3, is not the first major departure from the clearly show. Kellan Lutz, who played Kenny Crosby, introduced his exit in September 2021 soon after two seasons, which built way for Davalos’ role. Julian McMahon, who portrayed staff direct Jess LaCroix for almost three seasons, left the sequence in March 2022.
Two months right after McMahon’s exit, Miguel Gomez’s departure was verified. Gomez, 37, performed Ivan Ortiz on time 2 and year 3, but was significantly absent in the course of the season 3 finale.
Viewers wanting to know how Davalos’ Agent Gaines will be prepared off the display will have to wait around till the Writers Guild of The united states (WGA) and Monitor Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) strikes come to an stop.
FBI: Most Needed, which was renewed for time 5 in 2022, was briefly affected by the WGA strike in May well when the Writers Guild of America East picketed in close proximity to the show’s time 4 filming locale. Producers stopped filming for a few hrs but later resumed and inevitably concluded the period.
Manufacturing delays have been prolonged owing to SAG-AFTRA’s fight with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). The strike, which started in July, was called just after the groups failed to agree on phrases creating greater wages and streaming residuals for actors, amid other labor disputes. The SAG-AFTRA strike rules prohibit union members from working on struck tasks and advertising and marketing any earlier, present or potential movies or demonstrates right up until the strike is concluded.
Struck do the job incorporates all jobs involved with AMPTP’s studios, streaming companies and principal broadcast networks. The AMPTP signifies big studios such as Paramount Images and Warner Bros. and the large 4 Television networks: ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox.