NCIS: Los Angeles takes another week off before new episode

Fatima And Sam
Medalion Rahimi as Special Agent Fatima Namazi and LL Cool J as Special Agent Sam Hanna on Season 11 NCIS: L.A. cast. Pic credit: CBS

NCIS: Los Angeles is not on tonight again, as the show will take a week off before the next new episode.

On Sunday, March 15, CBS is going to air two new episodes of NCIS: New Orleans during primetime.

Having a double-feature for the NOLA cast is going to bump NCIS: L.A. off the Sunday night schedule for CBS.

According to the docket, the next new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles will air on Sunday, March 22.

At least it won’t be a long wait until the NCIS: L.A. cast is back on the air because it’s never fun to go through a week without Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J, and Daniela Ruah on the small screen.

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11, Episode 18 on CBS

The next installment of NCIS: L.A. is called “Missing Time” and it is going to feature actress Bar Paly again.

CBS has released a synopsis of the episode ahead of time and it reads as follows:

“While NCIS investigates the disappearance of a department of defense officer who was looking into a recent UFO sighting, Anna (guest star Bar Paly) makes a bold decision about her future.”

In addition to Bar Paly coming back as Anna Kolcheck, Vyto Ruginis will be featured on the NCIS: L.A. cast as Arkady Kolcheck. Also, actress Scottie Thompson is going to play DIA Agent Sarah Raines.

We previously reported that Thompson used to play a recurring character on NCIS named Dr. Jeanne Benoit. She was someone who had dated Agent DiNozzo (played by Michael Weatherly) and had endeared herself to viewers.

Other guest stars for NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11, Episode 18 are Alimi Ballard as AUSA Allan Williams, Terry Maratos as Jason Ward, Jason Ko as Lau Qiang, and Adam George Key as LAPD Officer Harrison.

More NCIS news

It was revealed recently that NCIS Season 17 has stopped production and will not be able to complete the final episodes for spring 2020. That’s some rough news, but it is a result of the coronavirus sweeping the country.

Production for NCIS: New Orleans and NCIS: Los Angeles has also been halted, which means the season finales for the trio of shows are going to come much sooner than fans would prefer.

There has been no news from CBS or the production teams about any of the trio of shows returning for fall 2020. Fans are hopeful that CBS will announce renewals in the near future, but the current state of the country has put a lot of things into question.

NCIS: Los Angeles airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on CBS.

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