NCIS: Los Angeles Season 12 ,December 20, 2020 Episode 7 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 12 ,December 20, 2020 Episode 7 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans. Unfortunately,we had to jump on here ,real quick, to deliver some bad news. It turns out that your favorite show is on a little bit of a break right now. So,CBS will not be airing the next, new episode 7 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 12 tonight, December 20, 2020.

They also will not be airing it next Sunday night, December 27, 2020. Yep, it’s on a two-week break for some reason. That means you guys can expect to see the new episode 7 hit the airwaves on Sunday night, January 3, 2021 in its usual 8 pm central standard time slot on CBS of course. So, be sure to mark that very important date and time down on your TV show schedules as soon as you can.


So, what is CBS airing instead of the next, new episode 7 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 12 tonight? Well, according to the TV guide listings, CBS is going to air a Christmas holiday special called, “The 22nd Annual A Home for the Holidays.”

CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “Inspirational stories of lives changed through adoption. Scheduled performers include: Josh Groban, Miranda Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Leslie Odom Jr. and Andrea Bocelli; host Gayle King.”

Next Sunday night, December 27, 2020, CBS will be airing a repeat episode of NCIS: New Orleans in the 8 pm central standard time slot. It will be the 17th episode of last season 6 titled, “Biased.”

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


If this alternate line of programming that CBS has planned seems interesting to any of you guys, you might still want to watch CBS during this two-week break.

If you don’t find CBS’ alternate line of programming enticing in any way, you will definitely want to make other plans as quick as you possibly can.

What all that said, we do have some new info for the next, new episode 7 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 12. CBS served up a new press release for it. So, we’re going to tell you all about it right now.


However, we must warn you that if you don’t like spoilers of any kind, you will probably want to exit this article because the press release does contain light spoiler teasers.

If you love spoilers, you have nothing to worry about. Please, stick around.

Now that our spoiler warning has been issued, let’s dig into this episode 7 press release. For starters, episode 7 is officially labeled,”Overdue.”

It sounds like episode 7 will feature some very intense, dramatic, interesting and possible action-filled scenes.

In the new episode 7,The NCIS: Los Angeles team will be in the midst of investigating another terrible murder situation. Apparently, some poor guy that sold military information met his maker due to this murder.


Eventually, this new investigation by the NCIS: Los Angeles crew will lead to a doctor getting kidnapped. This particular doctor has created some cutting edge neurotechnology that could be eventually developed into advanced weaponry.

At some point, we will also see the NCIS: Los Angeles team members get interviewed about Deeks by FLETC. Apparently, they will want to know if they think Deeks would make a good NCIS agent or not.


Callen will have some spotlight in this episode when he attempts to have an important discussion with Arkady.

CBS’ official description for episode 7 reads like this, “The NCIS team’s murder investigation of a man who sold military information leads to the abduction of a doctor whose cutting edge neurotechnology could be developed into advanced weaponry.

Also, team members are interviewed by FLETC to see if Deeks would make a good NCIS agent, and Callen tries to have an important talk with Arkady.”

Episode 7 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Vyto Ruginis as character (Arkady Kolcheck), Presciliana Esparolini as character (DCSA Agent Rosa Martinez), Kayla Smith as character (Kamran “Kam” Hanna), Kira Sternbach as character (Lisa).

Guest stars continued: Jeremy Guskin as character (Peter “Rocket” Mooring), Steven J. Young as character (David Lao), Debbie Fan as character (Navy Lieutenant Commander Natalie Chan) and Allen Theosky Rowe as character (Jimmy Fang).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 7 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), Medalion Rahimi as character (Special Agent Fatima Namazi) and Caleb Castille as character (Special Agent Devin Rountree).

Episode 7 was written by Chad Mazero, and it was directed by Terrence O’Hara.

Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 7 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 12 is scheduled to air on Sunday night, January 3,2021 at approximately 7:30 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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