Australian actor Julian McMahon has taken a huge step as he is all set to leave “FBI: Most Wanted”. That’s all there is to Jess LaCroix (Julian McMahon) on FBI: Most Wanted. In Tuesday’s episode, the CBS procedural said goodbye to the Supervisory Special Agent, who was shot and murdered while investigating a violent domestic abuser. McMahon announced his departure from the program after three seasons in January, foreshadowing his on-screen doom.
The reason behind Julian McMahon exiting the show after three successful seasons is not out. However, In the weeks leading up to McMahon’s final episode. In the same, the former Nip/Tuck star issued a statement explaining why he is leaving the program after 40 episodes. We also know who will take LaCroix’s spot on the team.
The role will be replaced by 60-year old American actor Dylan McDermott who was well-known to play in four seasons of “American Horror Story”. Dylan is an experienced actor and will reportedly fit well into the character. His finesse is undoubtful as he is also best known for his portrayal of lawyer and law firm head Bobby Donnell on the legal drama series.
The drama series “The Practice, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama and a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Dylan apart from Golden globe has received many other renowned awards. For instance, he is the recipient of the SAG Awards and the People’s Choice award too.
McMahon on the other hand is an Australian-American actor who is best known for his role in Prolifer as Detective Grant. Julian is also the son of former Prime Minister of Australia William McMahon. Julian too started his career as a politician and eventually landed up into acting. He has done a considerable amount of movies and series too.
Talking about how “FBI: Most Wanted” will be showing the exit of Julian. At this point, it is unknown if Julian’s character will be killed off of FBI: Most Wanted or whether the character will be written out of the series in some other way that allows him to return. When fans learned that Jess would no longer be a part of the Fugitive Task Force, they turned to Twitter to express their disappointment.
Lastly, when Hudgins, the Executive Producer was interviewed and asked regarding the same he said “We planned Jess’ leaving so that we could examine the team’s anguish in the next two episodes. In the following episode, Isobel (Alana de la Garza) will assist them in dealing with their sadness. ”
He further stated “The truth is that they have a job to do as FBI agents and professionals, but they’re also people. They are grieving and experiencing emotions. As a result, we decided to put everything into the mix. So, throughout the following two episodes, we’ll see the team dealing with not only the case of the week, but also each other’s grief and loss, and how each of them is processing it.”