New NCIS Season 15 Premiere Episode 1 Official Description Revealed By CBS

New NCIS Season 15 Premiere Episode 1 Official Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS served up the very first official description/spoiler teasers for their upcoming “NCIS” premiere episode 1 of the new season 15 via a press release! It sounds like things will be really intense to start off the season. The D.C. team will be working nonstop to locate Gibbs and McGee in the deep Paraguay jungle. Torres and Vance have to attend a congressional hearing and more. The premiere episode 1 is titled, “House Divided.”

We’ll go ahead and start things off with the Gibbs and McGee storyline. They made sure to put this storyline in all caps. So, it sounds like the episode will certainly focus heavily on them. They tell us that their storyline is going to pick up two months after they were last spotted fighting an elusive group of rebels in a Paraguay jungle.

The D.C. NCIS team will be working tirelessly to try to track them down as quickly as possible! This storyline sounds like it will get stretched out for a while as the crew keeps trying to find Gibbs and McGee. We do know Gibbs and McGee are currently held as prisoners. So, it’ll be very interesting see what kind of torture they’ve had to endure for the past two months. How much longer will they remain lost and held prisoner? That’s the big question for this situation.

The second and last storyline teaser they revealed will feature Vance and Torres in a scene or scenes. Their description tells us that these two will be quite busy having to deal with the congress. They’re going to get summoned to attend a congressional hearing in regards to the whole fallout that occurred during the Paraguay mission.

What will be the outcome of that? That’s the big question for this particular storyline. It certainly does sound like it could get pretty intense for Vance and Torres. Unfortunately, they didn’t reveal any other details in regards to this storyline. So, we’ll have to wait until the episode airs to see how those events end up playing out.

The show stars: Mark Harmon as character NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs),Sean Murray as character NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee, Emily Wickersham as character NCIS Special Agent Eleanor “Ellie” Bishop, Pauley Perrette as character Forensic Specialist Abby Scuito, Wilmer Valderrama as character NCIS Special Agent Nicholas “Nick Torres. Brian Dietzen as character Dr. Jimmy Palmer. Rocky Carrol as character NCIS Director Leon Vance and David McCallum as character Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard.

Actress Margo Harshman will featured in this episode as recurring character Delilah Fielding. CBS’ press release also revealed that we’re going to see a couple of guest stars in this one.

The guest stars include: actor Robert Pine as character Congressman Theodore Randolph. Emiliano Diez as character Jefe. Manuel Uriza as character Nicolas Rebollo. Cheryl Texiera as character Jezebel Poppins. Andi Chapman as character Congresswoman Bernice Donaldson. Sumalee Montano as character NCIS Special Agent Nicole Taggart.James Babson as character Mickey Clark. Darius De La Cruz as character El Doctor and Romeo Fabian as the Other Rebel character.

They also revealed that this episode was written by Steven D. Binder and that Tony Wharmby directed it. CBS also revealed some promotional photos for the premiere episode 1. We’ve included one of them (above) featuring agent Eleanor Bishop played by actress Emily Wichersham and agent Nicholas Torres played by actor Wilmer Valderrama. They look like they’re quite serious and curious in that particular scene. It’ll be interesting to see what that’s all about.

We’ll be posting some of the other promo pics on our NCIS Facebook page later on. Be sure to look out for those. The big season 15 premiere episode 1 is still scheduled to air on Tuesday night,September 26,2017 at 7 pm central standard time on CBS. Stay tuned. Also, be sure to follow us on our NCIS Facebook page for more NCIS news by Clicking Here.

Andre Braddox
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