‘NCIS New Orleans’ Spoilers For Season 6, March 22, 2020 Episode 17 Revealed

‘NCIS New Orleans’ Spoilers For Season 6, March 22, 2020 Episode 17 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: New Orleans” fans. We are back at you on a another Sunday night to give you the 411 on what the next, new episode in the NCIS: New Orleans line up will have in store for you. In this article, we’re going to discuss the new episode 17. That’s right, guys because CBS aired not one, but 2 new episodes tonight. They aired episodes 15 and 16.

So now, we’re indeed on to episode number 17. The lovely folks over at CBS did reveal the main storyline teaser for episode 17 via their episode 17 press release. So, we’re going to tell you all about that, and we’re going to do it right now. Let’s get started.

First off, CBS’ episode 17 press release revealed that the official title for episode 17 is called, “Biased.” That’s right. They kept the title nice, short and sweet.

It sounds like episode 17 will feature some very intense, dramatic and violent scenes.

In the new episode 17, a Caucasian NOPD officer will end up shooting an African American, Navy officer right smack dab in the middle of a very lively street party!

His reasoning for doing this is that he thought the Navy officer was carrying a gun. This is really not going to go over well with the public. It’s going to cause major racial tensions to flare up like nobody’s business.

CBS’ official description for episode 17 reads like this, “Racial tensions rise in New Orleans when a white NOPD officer shoots a black Navy officer he believed was armed in the middle of a busy street party.”

What will the NCIS: New Orleans crew end up doing about this matter? That is a very important question we’ll be looking to see get answered in this episode.

Whatever the case, it certainly sounds like this plotline will serve up some very drama-heavy and super intense scenes for you guys to look forward to. So, definitely get ready for this one when next Sunday night finally gets here.

Episode 17 will feature a ton of guest stars. They are: Brandon Gill as character (Gerald Young), Keith David as character (NOPD Gene Holloway), Mandy Levin as character (Louisiana State Police Detective Christina Cooper), Matthew James Thomas as character (NOPD Detective Ted Bradley), Shelley Robertson as character (Nessa Mitchell), Dr. Arielle B. Reece as character (Neighbor #10).

Guest stars continued: Chauncey Slack as character (Pastor), Clyde R. Jones as character (Black Man), Delish Da Goodness as character (Neighbor #2), Dennis Thomas IV as character (Neighbor #9), Gary Dewayne Brown, Jr. as character (P.O. Ali Morgan), Grace Hinson as character (Reporter) and Jasmine Johnson as character (Jasmine Bennet).

Guest stars continued: Joshua R. Ford as character (Neighbor #1), Landon Turner as character (Neighbor #7), Normeka Ageous as character (Neighbor #8), Princeton Drake as character (Neighbor #6), Shameka Gray as character (Neighbor #3), Stylist B. as character (Neighbor #5), Tevin Marbeth as character (Neighbor #4) and Thomas Owen as character (NOPD Union Rep Drakes).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 17 are: Scott Bakula as character (NCIS Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride), Vanessa Ferlito as character (NCIS Special Agent Tammy Gregorio), Necar Zadegan as character (NCIS Special Agent Hannah Khoury).

Season regulars continued: Rob Kerkovich as character (Forensic Scientist Sebastian Lund), Daryl “Chill” Mitchell as character (Investigative Computer Specialist Patton Plame), CCH Pounder as character (Jefferson Parish Coroner Doctor Loretta Wade) and Charles Michael Davis as character (Special Agent Quentin Carter).

Episode 17 was written by Talicia Raggs, and it was directed by Levar Burton. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 17 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night,March 22, 2020 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “NCIS: New Orleans” TV show report, but definitely stay tune for more.

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