FBI Season 6: Is the premiere date delayed?


Can’t wait to watch your favorite on-screen agents in action? Well, we are all in this together!

From investigating high-stakes crimes like terrorism, organized crime, and cyber attacks, to emotional topsy turvy, we have been through it all with the FBI. This crime drama franchise has the audience glued to their screens with its compelling storylines, action-packed sequences, and no-nonsensical approach to storytelling.

This recurring franchise is the creation of the beautiful minds of Craig Turk and the creator of Law and Order, Dick Wolf. Their creative amalgamation conjured up this brain and visually stimulating masterpiece.

While all five seasons of The FBI have been well received, what the audience wants to know is the supposed release date for Season 6 and a more pressing question; Whether the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes will affect the anticipated fall release date.

Continue reading to clear up your confusion.

FBI Season 6: Release Updates

FBI team

While there is no official announcement from CBS surrounding the release of FBI Season 6, One Chicago Center revealed that it is part of CBS’s fall lineup of 2023-24 in its regular Tuesday 8:00 pm slot.

However, the ongoing strikes surrounding WGA and SAG-AFTRA did not dwindle due to AMTP’s inconsistency in reaching an agreement with SAG-AFTRA about better wages and security around Artificial Intelligence.

But there may be a silver lining around this. Several series started their production early in anticipation of the looming strikes. However, we cannot confirm whether the FBI is one of them.

Season 6 was greenlit by CBS in May 2022, when Season 5 was released.

We will update you as soon as the release dates are confirmed by CBS, so stay tuned to this space.

FBI Season 6: Cast

Although no confirmation has been set forth by CBS, in this case, we can count our chickens before they hatch.

FBI Season 6 is not coming in July 2023

We can expect the dynamic duo of Maggie Bell (played by Missy Peregryme) and Omar Adom (played by Zeeko Zaki) to resume their action and mystery-packed sequences.

FBI Scola

  • John Boyd as Special Agent Stuart Scola

FBI Wallace

  •  Katherine Renee Turner as Special Agent Tiffany Wallace

FBI Alana

  • Alana De La Garza as Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille
Credits: CBS
  • Jeremy Sisto as Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine
FBI Season 5: Is Nina Chase leaving the show or not?
Credit: CBS
  • Shantel VanSanten as Agent Nina Chase

Where did we leave off in Season 5?

Season 5 finale featured the title ‘God Complex,’ which was a more theological discourse to crime drama. This started with the death of a doctor, and the culprit was a masochist serial killer who had a ‘God Complex.’ He prayed on people in whose hand the fate of human life rested. Hence, the doctor.

It also revealed a happy ending after almost having us at the edge of our seats until the end. Nina and her baby (with Scola) both survived childbirth and relieved Scola, even after he had decided to save the mother when he was given a choice. At least there is something for the fans to celebrate before the announcement of the next season.

Is there a Trailer for FBI Season 6?

Since the FBI team is keeping everything under wraps regarding Season 6, no official trailer has been released.

However, we will update it as soon as it is confirmed so keep a close watch on this channel.


Will there be a Season 6 of FBI?

As of May 2022, CBS announced the renewal of FBI for another recurring Season 6 on the platform. In all likelihood, it was supposed to be released by July 2023 but ultimately did not. This is because of the recent SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes. We do not know the exact dates for the release of FBI Season 6, but it might release during the 2023-24 CBS fall schedule.

Where can I watch FBI Season 6?

While FBI Season 6 is not out yet, you can watch seasons 1-5 on the CBS streaming platform and Sky TV. For traditional cable viewers, you can view FBI on live TV streaming services like FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, and YouTube TV.

How many seasons of FBI have been on TV?

Five seasons of FBI have aired on TV through live streaming services like FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, and Youtube TV.