Dick Wolf's quest to conquer all of network TV continues with the news there's a spin-off of his CBS show, FBI, in the works at the network.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news Tuesday that FBI will air a planted episode of FBI: Most Wanted, another procedural. Though there's no news on when the episode will air, it will reportedly fall sometime this spring, and the project comes with a series commitment penalty, meaning if CBS chooses not to go forward with the project after the pilot, it will owe a large payout to Wolf and Universal Television.

If the name wasn't enough of an indicator of the new show's premise, the potential new series will follow the division of the FBI that tracks and captures high priority wanted criminals on the Most Wanted list. So far no casting has been announced for FBI: Most Wanted, but we should expect to see some casting news soon for the backdoor pilot that will air as part of FBI's first season this spring.

FBI airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on CBS.

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