Kellan Lutz confirms he’s quitting TBEN: Most Wanted FBI after two seasons

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After a rather shocking turn at the FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 premiere, Kellan Lutz confirmed on Instagram that he is quitting the show.

Tuesday night’s first episode was part of a three-hour crossover with the Network’s FBI and the new series FBI: International.

The show revealed that Lutz’s character Special Agent Kenny Crosby had been shot in the stomach and was fighting for his life in the hospital, with Lutz, 36, taking to Instagram on Tuesday night and confirming that he was leaving the show to spend more time with his family, after a difficult 2020 where he lost his daughter after his wife Brittany Gonzales miscarried.

Confirmed: Following a rather shocking twist at the FBI: Most Wanted Season 3 premiere, Kellan Lutz confirmed on Instagram that he is quitting the show

Miscarriage: Lutz, 36, takes to Instagram on Tuesday night and confirms he's quitting the show to spend more time with his family, after a tough 2020 where he lost his daughter after his wife Brittany Gonzales did a miscarriage

Miscarriage: Lutz, 36, takes to Instagram on Tuesday night and confirms he’s quitting the show to spend more time with his family, after a tough 2020 where he lost his daughter after his wife Brittany Gonzales did a miscarriage

His Instagram post featured a number of photos from Tuesday night’s crossover, including one of him in the hospital with Special Agent Jess LaCroix (FBI’s Julian McMahon: Most Wanted) and Special Agent Maggie Bell (Missy FBI’s Peregrym) looking out of his hospital room.

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The post also featured snaps and behind-the-scenes photos from the show, while Lutz, who played Crosby during the two seasons of FBI: Most Wanted, explained why he was leaving.

‘Wow. What a night! And yes, you saw that right, Crosby won’t be chasing bad guys for a little while, ”Lutz confirmed.

Behind the Scenes: The post also featured candid behind-the-scenes snaps and footage, while Lutz, who played Crosby for both seasons of FBI: Most Wanted, explaining why he was leaving

Behind the Scenes: The post also featured candid behind-the-scenes snaps and footage, while Lutz, who played Crosby for both seasons of FBI: Most Wanted, explaining why he was leaving

What a night: 'Wow.  What a night!  And yes, you saw that right, Crosby won't be chasing the bad guys for a little while, ”Lutz confirmed.

What a night: ‘Wow. What a night! And yes, you saw that right, Crosby won’t be chasing bad guys for a little while, ”Lutz confirmed.

“2020 has been a lot for everyone, to say the least. For me, it started with losing my first daughter, then almost my wife and two grandfathers, among others, all in the midst of a global pandemic in stark contrast to the country of my family, friends and the whole support system, ”he added.

Lutz and Gonzales revealed in February 2020 that they lost their daughter to a miscarriage after just six months.

“If 2020 has taught me anything, it’s how important family is. After much prayer and thought, I made the difficult decision to bring my growing family back to California so that our daughter could grow up with her grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins, just a short drive away ”, Lutz added.

The couple welcomed their daughter Ashtyn Lilly Lutz in late February 2021.

Lutz then thanked TBEN, FBI franchise creator Dick Wolf, UniversalTV and the entire team at FBI: Most Wanted, adding that they had “been beyond supportive, understanding and listened to me for. that I was working on feelings and emotions about this decision. ‘

“One thing I heard over and over when I booked this job was how family Dick Wolf shows, and it couldn’t be more specific. They supported me in the lows and celebrated with me in the highs and I will always be grateful for everything they have done for me, ”he added.

Thank you: Lutz then thanked CBS, the creator of the FBI franchise Dick Wolf, UniversalTV and the entire team at FBI: Most Wanted, adding that they had

Thanks: Lutz then thanked TBEN, FBI franchise creator Dick Wolf, UniversalTV and the entire team at FBI: Most Wanted, adding that they had “been beyond support, understanding and listen while I worked on the feelings and emotions in regards to this decision ‘

“I will miss the show, my partners, the production and most importantly my character, Kenny Crosby, who is named after one of the grandfathers I lost earlier this year, but I have so much peace. knowing I made the right decision for my family, ”Lutz added.

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He also left the door open for a possible return of the series, apparently indicating that they are yet to fully kill his character of Crosby.

“Hopefully Crosby can get in and out here and there in the future, but for now Crosby on top and on the outside. Much love to all the amazing fans !!!! ‘ Lutz concludes.

New episodes of FBI: Most Wanted air Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. on TBEN, following FBI and FBI: Most Wanted.

Miss: 'I'm going to miss the show, my costars, the production, and especially my character Kenny Crosby, who is named after one of the grandfathers I lost earlier this year, but I have so many peace knowing that I made the right decision for my family, ”added Lutz

Miss: ‘I’m going to miss the show, my costars, the production, and especially my character Kenny Crosby, who is named after one of the grandfathers I lost earlier this year, but I have so many peace knowing that I made the right decision for my family, ”added Lutz

Not Dead: He has also left the door open for a possible return of the series, apparently indicating that they are not yet fully killing his Crosby character.

Not Dead: He has also left the door open for a possible return of the series, apparently indicating that they are not yet fully killing his Crosby character.

New Episodes: New episodes of FBI: Most Wanted air Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. on CBS, following FBI and FBI: Most Wanted

New Episodes: New episodes of FBI: Most Wanted air Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. on TBEN, following FBI and FBI: Most Wanted

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