Will Trent episodes: How many episodes are in season 1?

WILL TRENT - ABCÕs ÒWill TrentÓ stars Ram—n Rodr’guez as Will Trent. (ABC/Art Streiber)
WILL TRENT - ABCÕs ÒWill TrentÓ stars Ram—n Rodr’guez as Will Trent. (ABC/Art Streiber) /

Will Trent premiered Jan. 3 on ABC. The police procedural is a part of the network’s Tuesday crime drama block that’s a must-watch three hour stretch of television for viewers who love this style of storytelling.

The series follows the eponymous character, a special agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), whose known for his closing rate with cases. At the start of the show, Will’s adjusting to his new work partnership with Faith Mitchell when he typically works on his own.

His superior, Amanda Wagner, paired the two together and, while it hasn’t been smooth sailing, the two do learn to lean into their strengths and support each other through their weaknesses and personal struggles including Will’s dyslexia and Faith’s diabetes.

The series has been airing for over two months, but it’s a midseason offering on ABC. Is our time with Will Trent‘s freshman run almost over? Here’s what we know!

Will Trent season 1 episode count

According to TVLine, Will Trent didn’t receive a 20-22 episode order. The show got the standard 13 episode allotment for a freshman series. As such we only have five episodes left before Will Trent‘s first season concludes. Episode 9, “Manhunt,” premieres Tuesday, March 21.

We don’t have an official finale date for season 1, however, it’ll likely air in April or May. In the meantime, if you’ve fallen behind on the series now’s your opportunity catch up. The show’s streaming home is Hulu, that’s where you can find the latest episodes.

Unfortunately, we don’t have renewal news to share with you about this series. While we can say the show hasn’t been cancelled, an announcement for a season 2 order hasn’t been made either. Will Trent is currently sitting on the bubble. We’ll let you know about the show’s fate as news comes in. Stay tuned to Hidden Remote!

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