The Rookie: Feds returns tonight! The freshman series found its footing in the fall and is set to continue blazing a trail with Simone’s story in ABC’s primetime line-up.
Fans of the entire Rookie franchise can look forward to a two hour block now that the flagship series has moved from airing on Sundays to joining the spin-off on Tuesdays.
When do you need to be seated to watch the new episode? Here’s what we know!
What time is The Rookie: Feds on tonight?
The Rookie: Feds season 1, episode 10, “The Silent Prisoner,” airs Tuesday, Jan. 3 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC after The Rookie season 5 midseason premiere. If you miss the episode, you’ll be able to stream it on abc.com or Hulu on Wednesday.
It’s going to be a packed return for the show with the main plot focusing on a mysterious caller who’s threatening to expose undercover FBI agents if a particular prisoner isn’t released.
The caller isn’t bluffing. One of the agents on the leaked list mentioned is mortally wounded. The team, however, will be able to identify the person making the threat and head to Port of Los Angeles to ensure the release of the prisoner.
Viewers can anticipate a crossover in this midseason premiere. John Nolan will make an appearance to help Simone remodel Cutty’s garage so she can turn it into a suitable living space. Lastly, Brendon has worked up the courage to confess how he feels to Antoinette, but it may be too late. He discovers that she apparently has feelings for someone else.
Stay tuned to Hidden Remote for more ABC news and coverage! New episodes of The Rookie: Feds air Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Next day streaming is available on abc.com and Hulu. For the full midseason schedule for the network, click here.