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FBI: Most Wanted star Julian McMahon is leaving the show after nearly three seasons

Fans of CBS' hit series FBI: Most Wanted will be saying goodbye to Julian McMahon, who revealed over the weekend that he's leaving the series.McMahon, 53, revealed to Deadlineon Saturday that he will be leaving the show after just under three seasons, where he played FBI agent Jess LaCroix.His final episode will be filmed this coming week, and is slated to air March 8 on CBS. Leaving:Fans of CBS' hit series FBI: Most Wanted will be saying goodbye to Julian McMahon, who revealed over the weekend that he's leaving the series Julian as Jess:McMahon, 53, revealed to Deadline on Saturday that he will be leaving the show after just under three seasons, where he played FBI agent Jess LaCroixThe show is expected to introduce a new character that will fill the void left by McMahon's LaCroix.The character is the head of the FBI's Most Wanted unit, which handles the bureau's most extreme cases.

'Over the past few months, the producers of FBI: Most Wanted and I have had discussions about my departure from the show in favor of additional creative pursuits and the transition of my character Jess LaCroix,'McMahon said in a statement to Deadline. Character:The character is the head of the FBI's Most Wanted unit, which handles the bureau's most extreme cases Statement:'Over the past few months, the producers of FBI: Most Wanted and I have had discussions about my departure from the show in favor of additional creative pursuits and the transition of my character Jess LaCroix,' McMahon said in a statement to Deadline'These ongoing conversations have given us an opportunity to orchestrate a seamless and productive way for me to leave the show,' McMahon added.He added, 'I would like to express the gratitude and admiration I have had working

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Fans of CBS' hit series FBI: Most Wanted will be saying goodbye to Julian McMahon, who revealed over the weekend that he's leaving the series.McMahon, 53, revealed to Deadlineon Saturday that he will be leaving the show after just under three seasons, where he played FBI agent Jess LaCroix.His final episode will be filmed this coming week, and is slated to air March 8 on CBS. Leaving:Fans of CBS' hit series FBI: Most Wanted will be saying goodbye to Julian McMahon, who revealed over the weekend that he's leaving the series Julian as Jess:McMahon, 53, revealed to Deadline on Saturday that he will be leaving the show after just under three seasons, where he played FBI agent Jess LaCroixThe show is expected to introduce a new character that will fill the void left by McMahon's LaCroix.The character is the head of the FBI's Most Wanted unit, which handles the bureau's most extreme cases.
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