New ‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Spoilers For Season 10, October 27, 2019 Episode 5 Revealed

New ‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Spoilers For Season 10, October 27, 2019 Episode 5 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans. We hope you guys are having a fantastic weekend. We are indeed back with a brand new spoiler article for you. This one is for the next, new episode 5 that’s due out next week.

Thanks to the wonderful CBS folks, we were able to get our hands on a couple of teaser descriptions for episode 5 via their new, episode 5 press release. So, we will definitely be referencing it for this spoiler session.

To get things started, episode 5 has been given an official title. The producers are calling it, “Provenance.” It sounds like episode 5 will feature some action-filled, very scandalous and interesting scenes.

In this new episode 5, a very valuable painting is going to get stolen. This particular painting is so friggin valuable that it’s worth a whopping $40 million dollars! That’s right, guys. This painting is no joke.

What’s worse is there will be some chatting online that indicates this painting will be sold on the black market to help raise funds for dangerous terrorist activities!

In light of this, the NCIS: Los Angeles crew will conduct an extensive search for this crazy, valuable painting. There will also be an elite insurance broker named Katherine Casillas that’s thrown into the mix of this episode. She will be played by guest star Moon Bloodgood.

CBS’ official description for this episode reads like this, “The NCIS team searches for a stolen painting valued at $40 million after online chatter indicates the artwork is being sold on the black market to fund terrorist activity. Moon Bloodgood guest stars as an elite insurance broker Katherine Casillas.”

Will the NCIS: Los Angeles crew be able to track down this extremely expensive painting before it’s sold off for terrorists money? That’s the burning questions for this particular storyline.

One thing that is for sure, we’re definitely expecting that question to get answered in this episode because the NCIS: Los Angeles team will be off to work on a different case in episode 6.

So, definitely look for the NCIS team to get this job taken care of before the hour is complete next week. We think this storyline could feature some possible heavy action and drama. So, get prepped for all of that.

Aside from actress Moon Bloodgood, episode 5 will feature a couple of other guest stars. They are: Joanna Sotomura as character (Christina Ng), Cerina Vincent as character (Lucy Garcia), Luis Carazo as character (Luis Garcia), Miki Ishikawa as character (Jean Chu), Nicky Endres as character (Kim), Mandy Levin as character (LAPD Detective Claire Taylor), Joe Thornton Jr. as character (LAPD Officer Glen Northam) and Dawn Noel as character (LAPD Officer Jessica Cole).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 5 are: Chris O’Donnell as character (Special Agent G. Callen), LL COOL J as character (Special Agent Sam Hanna), Linda Hunt as character (Operations Manager Henrietta “Hetty” Lange), Daniela Ruah as character (Special Agent Kensi Blye), Eric Christian Olsen as character (LAPD Detective Marty Deeks), Barrett Foa as character (Tech Operator Eric Beale) and Renée Felice Smith as character (Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones).

Episode 5 was written by Jordana Lewis Jaffe, and it was directed by Lily Mariye. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 5 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, October 27, 2019 at approximately 8:30 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest NCIS: Los Angeles TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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  1. Peterson says:

    We couldn’t watch October 27 episode as it was so stupid. Have the writers changed on this program. Any more like this and we will no longer be watching.

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