‘FBI: Most Wanted’: Barnes Faces Immense Pressure in Personal Life in Upcoming Episode

by Joe Rutland

Things are getting rather personal for Special Agent Sheryll Barnes in an upcoming episode of FBI: Most Wanted on CBS on Tuesday night.

Roxy Sternberg plays Barnes on the show. It is going to be interesting to see what shakes out. We’re getting some info from a story on Matt & Jess.

In an episode titled “Lovesick,” Barnes gets some personal pressure put on her by her mother. Why? It apparently has to do with her marriage.

So, the overarching theme of this episode airing next Tuesday is that a criminal is on a killing spree. He is simply desperate to destroy so many families. Why? Well, we don’t know, Outsiders.

But that’s just one of the storylines. We, though, are going to take great interest in seeing what happens in Barnes’ life.

FBI: Most Wanted airs on CBS at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.

Besides Sternberg, other actors on the show include Julian McMahon, Keisha Castle Hughes, YaYa Gosselin, Miguel Gomez, and Alexa Davalos.

‘FBI: Most Wanted’ Star Quite Proud To Represent Single Fathers On Show

It does not bother FBI: Most Wanted star Julian McMahon that he is playing a single father.

Many people know the actor from soap operas and shows like Charmed and Nip/Tuck.

He’s playing Jess LaCroix on FBI: Most Wanted. LaCroix leads the fugitive task force as they search out some of the most hideous criminals in the United States.

On the show, though, he is a single dad to Tali, his daughter. LaCroix’s wife died.

In a question/answer session, McMahon is asked, “How much texture does being a single dad bring to your character?”

Former ‘Charmed’ Cast Member Would Be Open To Returning For Reboot

He replies, “Look, I have to tell you, that kind of attribute to the character is one that was very engaging to me,” the FBI: Most Wanted star said. “And (it’s) one of the reasons I wanted to be part of the show!”

Speaking of Charmed, there’s some talk about having a reboot hit the TV screens.

“It was a great show for me,” McMahon said in an interview with TV Guide. “When I first signed on to that show, I think it was, like, six episodes or something, and I ended up staying for three years. So, that’s how much I enjoyed being on the show, and I loved playing that character. So if I had the opportunity to do that again, I would.”

As for superhero fans out there, that’s likely how you recognize Julian McMahon the most. The “FBI: Most Wanted” star was the infamous villain Doctor Doom in the “Fantastic Four” franchise. He was also Jonah in “Runaways,” the series that streams on Hulu.