The day has finally come! The FBI franchise is launching new seasons tonight, Tuesday, Feb. 13 starting at 8 p.m. ET with the flagship. Due to the Hollywood strikes, the shows didn't make their usual Fall TV premieres which is why they're coming back on air in the second month of 2024.
If you're looking to tune into FBI, FBI: International, or FBI: Most Wanted, there are three ways you can watch your favorite or all three if you'd like to keep up with this inter-connected universe that sees agents solving cases in New York, catching America's most wanted, and working overseas in the international office.
For fans who haven't cut the cord, the best option is watching the programs on CBS. FBI airs at 8 p.m., followed by FBI: International at 9 p.m., and FBI: Most Wanted closes out the three hour block in the 10 o'clock slot. You can check with your local provider for the channel number. If you don't have access to a TV at the time the shows air, but you do have a TV provider log-in, you'll be able to stream the episodes live on cbs.com.
This is option is region specific, so you'll need to check to see if you do fall within the areas that have access to CBS through Fubo TV, but this is a solid choice for cord cutters who still want to tune into network TV. The streaming TV provider will also provide you with access to a host of channels to stream live and has a range of plans you can select from.
- Pro: $79.99/month. Stream 184 channels on up to 10 screens. There's 1000 hours of Cloud DVR available.
- Elite: $89.99/month. Stream 252 channels on up to 10 screens. 4K is included. Like with the Pro plan, there's 1000 hours of Cloud DVR space.
- Premier: $99.99/month. What sets this plan apart is the addition of SHOWTIME and that the channels available increases to 261. Like with the Elite plan, 4K is included. The standard 1000 hours of Cloud DVR space is also available as is the ability to watch on up to 10 screens.
Note: Fubo TV's fourth plan, Latino, doesn't have CBS as a channel option. But, if you're interested in the subscription, it's $32.99/month. You'll get access to 65 Spanish-language channels which can be viewed on up to two screens. There's 250 hours of Cloud DVR space.
Lastly, there's Paramount+, the streaming home of CBS. The trick with this platform is that your subscription plan will determine whether you can watch the FBI shows live and on-demand Tuesday night or if you'll have to wait until Wednesday to stream the latest episodes.
Paramount+ Essential: $5.99/month. With this plan you'll be able to watch the FBI franchise's new episodes on Wednesdays. It also gives you access to the tens of thousands of programs and movies available in the streamer's library. There are limited ads under this plan. You can also watch NFL on CBS and the UEFA Champions League on the streamer. CBS News is available through a 24/7 live feed.
Paramount+ with SHOWTIME: $11.99/month. This is the plan you want if you'd like to watch the franchise live and on-demand. It also expands the streamer's offerings as, under this subscription, you can watch SHOWTIME original movies and shows. There are no ads with exception to live TV and certain programs. You can also stream CBS live along with college football, not to mention you'll be able to download titles to your mobile device.
With these three options for watching the FBI shows, you won't miss a minute of their new seasons! Stay tuned to Hidden Remote for more news and coverage.