The program’ offshoot began on CBS one year since executive producer Dick Wolk presented audiences to the men and women of the FBI on Law & Order. During FBI: Most Wanted, the audience had the privilege of enjoying appreciating the Criminal Response Team ever since. The unit is responsible for chasing down the nation’s worst violent offenders and is headed by Supervising Special Agent Jess Lacroix who is played by Julian McMahon. Jess has had much more than just a few near misses with dying over the seasons. So, what led to Julian McMahon’s departure from FBI: Most Wanted? This article will go through his departure and what he’s doing today. Julian McMahon addressed his final goodbyes to Jess LaCroix, his FBI: Most Wanted role, and it was sad to see for a lot of people.
Why did Julian McMahon leave?
Another cast member was murdered only a few weeks ago. Julian McMahon announced his role’s departure from the program in a Variety piece from February 2022. He said he departed the series “in favor of new creative interests” in a declaration. Producers looked at “every possible option,” in considering writing Jess off the series. “I’m really happy with the work we’ve done together and place the growth of this show, and my character Jess, at the top of my professional experience list,” Julian said of his exit from the program. “I’m happy for the chance to play Jess; he’s a wonderful man.”
What is Julian McMahon doing now?
Julian McMahon is speculated to play Thomas Brennon in the forthcoming period thriller ‘Justice in a Smoking Gun’, as per his IMDb page. Julian, as of right now, does not appear to be working on any other ventures at this moment. While we have seen the final moments of Jess Lacroix, the television showrunners have announced that on the April 12 broadcast of FBI: Most Wanted, a successor will take Julian’s place in the show. After Jess’ departure from the show, American Horror Story star Dylan McDermott will fill his shoes. However, the team’s progress will be difficult. Despite that, the show’s creators see Julian’s departure as a means to “jumpstart the series.”