Those two postponed NCIS: Los Angeles episodes are now officially on the CBS schedule, barring any unexpected changes by the network.
As Outsider previously reported, CBS continued to tinker with the NCIS: Los Angeles schedule, leaving viewers wondering when the cr1me procedural will return. Two episodes had already been completed. They simply required new airtime.
CBS has now rescheduled the hours. We’re hoping the network’s plans were written in ink rather than pencil.
The episode “Under the Influence” premieres on February 27. The following Sunday, March 6, will see the release of “Where Loyalties Lie.”
And here are CBS’s official NCIS: Los Angeles plot summaries.
“Under the Influence”: “The NCIS team assists a United States ambassador in her search for her missing daughter, Gia (Caitlin Carmichael), a popular social media influencer.” Agent Aliyah De León also returns to assist the team with the case.”
Then there’s “Where Loyalties Lie,” in which “a civilian scientist working with the marines is k1ll3d, and her advanced radar technology is stolen, the NCIS team must scramble to find the missing technology and the perpetrator.”
So far, sports have wreaked havoc on the NCIS: Los Angeles schedule in early 2022. The show was originally scheduled to air back-to-back episodes on January 23rd on CBS. However, CBS also broadcasts NFL games. That’s how the late afternoon AFC divisional game between the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs ended up on CBS. That game will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the most dramatic ever played. However, it only left an hour of primetime open. As a result, CBS canceled plans for a double-dose of NCIS: Los Angeles. Instead, the network aired the first of a two-part episode (Spies) of NCIS: Hawai’i’s rookie season.
And if you’re a true NCIS: Los Angeles fan, you’ll know that the lack of new episodes dates back to Thanksgiving. The show aired from Sundown on Nov. 21 until the end of the holiday season. It returned with two episodes on January 2 and 9, then went dark. And it’s likely that having their double feature canceled hurt. NCIS: Hawai’i, which took its place, drew an audience of nearly 10 million viewers.
There’s a lot of speculation about whether season 13 will be the final season of NCIS: Los Angeles, the first of three NCIS spinoffs from the original show.
Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) and Sam (LL Cool J) raced to find Kensi in the most recent new episode (Daniela Ruah). Kensi was conducting undercover operations along the Mexican border. Kensi was kidnapped and planned to be executed for treason by a militia that had regrouped in California. The militia members believed that assisting immigrants amounted to betraying your country and should result in the d3ath penalty. Kensi was also assisting a young lady named Rosa.
Deeks and Kensi were on the verge of adopting Rosa as a foster child as NCIS: Los Angeles came to an end. In another lingering season 13 storyline, Callen (Chris O’Donnell) discovered another former foster child who Hetty (Linda Hunt) had identified and groomed for spy work. The woman has matured, and Callen has invited her to dinner.
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