‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Season 11, March 15, 2020 Episode 18 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Season 11, March 15, 2020 Episode 18 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans. We are back in action with a brand new report for you guys. Unfortunately, it’s not a good report. We have to break the news to you that CBS will not be airing the next, new episode 18 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 11 tonight, March 15, 2020.

There is a bright side to this though. This delay will only be for this week. We can confirm that your favorite show will be right back in action with the new episode 18 next Sunday night, March 22,2020 in its usual 8 pm central standard time slot on CBS of course. So, be sure to jot down that very important date and time on your TV show calendars.

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So, what is CBS airing instead of the new episode 18 of NCIS: Los Angeles season 11 tonight? According to the TV guide listings, CBS is going to air a new episode of NCIS: New Orleans.

Yeah, for some reason, CBS is airing back-to-back, new episodes of NCIS: New Orleans tonight.In the 8 pm central standard time slot, CBS is going to air the new episode 15 of NCIS: New Orleans’ current season 6. It’s titled, “Relentless.”

CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “Tammy must protect Rachel, a research-obsessed teenage girl, after her father is shot in their home, while the rest of the team searches for a motive.”

If any of you guys are also “NCIS: New Orleans” fans, you might still want to tune into CBS tonight to catch this new NCIS: New Orleans double header. However, if you’re not, you will certainly want to make some other plans as quickly as you can.

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With all that said, we do have new intel for the next, new episode 18 of NCIS: Los Angeles season 11. CBS did drop a new press release for episode 18. So, we’re going to tell you all about it right now.

Before we start, we must warn you that it does contain light spoiler teasers. So, if you’re not into spoilers of any kind, you are highly advised to close out this article right now.

On the other hand, if you like reading spoilers or don’t mind seeing them, you are highly advised to stick around.

Now that our spoiler warning is out there, let’s dive right into this new episode 18 press release. To start, we’ve learned that episode 18 is officially titled, “Missing Time.”

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It sounds episode 18 will feature some very interesting, possible intense, dramatic and action-filled scenes.

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In the new episode 18, a department of defense officer is going to go digging around to find out more info about a certain UFO sighting. While in the process, this officer will come up missing.

In light of this very unfortunate turn of events, the NCIS: Los Angeles team will launch another big investigation into this matter so they can figure out just what in the hell happened to the missing officer.

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Elsewhere, Anna will have a very significant-sounding moment in this episode. At some point, we’re going to see Anna totally make a really bold choice about how her future will turn out!

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CBS’ official description for episode 18 reads like this,”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.”

CBS also released a couple of new preview photos for episode 18, and they look pretty action-filed. Sam, Callen, Deeks and Kensi are all spotted in a few of the pics in what appears to be a very high-action chasing scene.

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Guns are seen getting pulled and everything. You guys should definitely get ready to see a ton of action take place in this episode.

You guys can view all of the new preview photos for episode 18 over on Spoiler TV’s site by Clicking Here.

CBS also released a new preview clip for episode 18. It features some pretty intense and dramatic scenes surrounding a possible UFO sighting! You guys can view the new preview clip for episode 18 over on Youtube by Clicking Here.

Episode 18 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Bar Paly as character (Anastasia “Anna” Kolcheck), Vyto Ruginis as character (Arkady Kolcheck), Scottie Thompson as character (DIA Agent Sarah Raines), Alimi Ballard as character (AUSA Allan Williams), Terry Maratos as character (Jason Ward), Jason Ko as character (Lau Qiang) and Adam George Key as character (LAPD Officer Harrison).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 18 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).

Season regulars continued: 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), Renée Felice Smith as character (Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones) and Medalion Rahimi as character (Special Agent Fatima Namazi).

Episode 18 was written by Andrew Bartels, and it was directed by Yangzom Brauen. Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 18 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 11 is scheduled to air on Sunday night, March 22, 2020 at approximately 8 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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