NCIS, FBI, and FBI: Most Wanted fans are going to be disappointed tonight.
Let’s not bury the lead here. It’s Super Tuesday in America, and that means the television schedule is going to be shaken up a bit.
The entire CBS lineup for Tuesday night will be pre-empted to provide a lot of political coverage.
For some viewers, this means a few repeat episodes of the shows. For other viewers, NCIS, FBI, and FBI: Most Wanted won’t even be on tonight.
This could continue a frustrating trend for a number of viewers who have become tired of politics interfering with their television shows.
Last week, the trio of CBS shows on Tuesday night got canceled to make way for a presidential debate.
Fans hoping that the shows would be back this week are going to be disappointed to learn that no new installments are coming.
— NCIS (@NCIS_CBS) February 19, 2020
When does NCIS return to CBS?
For some viewers, CBS will be rebroadcasting Season 17, Episode 2, on March 3. That’s the one where Ziva David (played by Cote de Pablo) continued her quest to complete a mission that would allow her to return to her family.
As for the next new episode of NCIS, that will air on Tuesday, March 10. The new installment is called “In a Nutshell,” and CBS has already revealed some details about it.
The synopsis for “In a Nutshell” reads as follows:
“As the NCIS team investigates the death of a Navy officer murdered the same way as his parents a decade ago, they stumble across a storage container filled with dollhouses that display recreations of murder scenes. Also, the team agrees to clean out their living spaces, but some have a harder time saying goodbye to their possessions than others, on NCIS.”
— FBI (@FBICBS) February 28, 2020
FBI and FBI: Most Wanted episodes
The next new episodes of FBI and its spin-off will also debut on March 10.
The new episode of FBI is called “Broken Promises,” and it revolves around the team trying to track down a murderer who’s motives tie to politics. Within the episode, Maggie is also debating a decision that could change her career.
As for the new episode of FBI: Most Wanted scheduled for March 10 — it is called “Ghosts.”
The episode involves a Native American man looking for his missing daughter and taking matters into his own hands. When he turns to murder, the team has to track him down.
NCIS airs Tuesday nights at 8/7c, FBI at 9/8c, and FBI: Most Wanted at 10/9c on CBS.