‘FBI: Most Wanted’ Is Bringing Back a Familiar Face in Upcoming Episode

by Anna Dunn
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FBI: Most Wanted is bringing back a familiar face in the upcoming episode shortly after saying goodbye to Kellan Lutz’s Kenny Crosby. While nobody can replace Kenny, having another old character pop in certainly helps fill that void a bit.

Series regular Kellan Lutz emotionally departed the show during the season premiere episode. Crosby wound up taking a bullet. Thankfully, when FBI: Most Wanted returns, a familiar face will return with it. Hana Gibson is coming back!

Gibson has been an on and off part of the series for a while. In the early episodes of season 3, she was in Connecticut taking care of her mother. But now, Hana’s sister is going to be looking after their mom, allowing Hana to return if she’d like.

According to Cinemablend,  Keisha Castle-Hughes will return as Hanah when the show comes back at 10/9 Central on Tuesday, November 2. When Hanah returns, she’ll have to make adjustments both in her work and personal life. It’s unclear how long she’ll be around, but we at least know she’ll be here in the November 9th episode as well.

Keisha Castle-Hughes worked quite closely with Kellan Lutz during their time together on the show. It’ll be interesting to see how Hanah adjusts without Kenny. Lutz even posted a sweet message specifically to Hughes in his goodbyes, saying she was incredible to work with and that he wished her luck on FBI: Most Wanted.

Kellan Lutz Left ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ With a Heartfelt Message

Kellan Lutz had to leave the show after moving home to be with family. In a heartfelt message to fans, the actor discussed how hard the decision was. After facing insurmountable loss, the decision had to be made.

“Crosby won’t be chasing down any bad guys for a little while,” Lutz wrote in an instagram post. “2020 was a lot for everyone to say the least. For me it started with losing my first daughter, then nearly my wife, and both grandfathers among other things, all in the middle of a global pandemic on the opposite side of the country from my family, friends, and entire support system.”

“After a lot of prayer and reflection, I made the difficult decision to move my growing family back to CA so our daughter could grow up with her grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, just a short drive away,” he finished.

While it’s sad to see him go, fans were incredibly supportive. The actor has since shared plenty of adorable family photos. The next episode of FBI: Most Wanted airs next Tuesday, and if you somehow haven’t seen the other two series in the franchise, new episodes of FBI and FBI: International also air that same night.

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