New NCIS Season 15, Episode 10 Is Getting Delayed For A While

New NCIS Season 15, Episode 10 Is Getting Delayed For A While

Hey, “NCIS” fans. It is with great regret that we have to deliver this latest set of news to you guys. It turns out that your favorite show is about to hit a break in the schedule this coming Tuesday night, November 28,2017 and Tuesday night, December 5,2017.

On those nights, CBS will not be airing a new episode of NCIS. So, that means the new and latest episode 10 will be missing in action for a while. It’s currently expected to finally air on Tuesday night, December 12,2017 in its same 7 pm central time slot on CBS. So, be sure to mark that very important date down on your TV calendars.

So, what is replacing your favorite show this coming Tuesday night and next Tuesday night? Well, according to the TV guide schedule, on Tuesday night, November 28,2017, the line up will consist of a classic, animated Christmas special. That’s right. CBS will be reaching back into their vault to air the 1964 classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” special. It will air in the NCIS 7 pm central time slot.

If you’re not interested in revisiting this classic Christmas tale, you will most certainly want to schedule something else if you haven’t already. However, if you are interested on Rudolph and his magical, glowing red nose, by all means continue to tune in to CBS on that night.

The Rudolph special will be followed up by an NCIS rerun in the 8 pm central time slot. The rerun they’ll be showing is the 17th episode that aired in the previous season 14 titled, “What Lies Above.” The official description for this episode reads like this: “McGee’s apartment is torn apart by a robber searching for an item of great value that was hidden there by a convicted criminal who previously owned the unit. Meanwhile, Congresswoman Flemming tries to persuade Vance to pursue a career in politics.”

If that sounds like and episode you wouldn’t mind watching over again definitely feel free to go ahead and tune into CBS. After that, CBS will be airing a new, never-aired special in the 9 pm central time slot. It’s the “Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.”

During this special, the new line of Victoria’s Secret’s lingerie creations will be showcased by gorgeous models that include:Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Behati Prinsloo, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, Josephine Skriver, Lais Ribeiro, Martha Hunt, Romee and more. If you’re interested in seeing the latest stylings from the very popular Victoria’s Secret lingerie line, you’ll definitely want to tune in to CBS to catch this special.

Then on next Tuesday night, December 5,2017, CBS will be airing another NCIS rerun episode in the 7 pm central time slot. This rerun will be the 10th episode that aired during last year’s season 14. It’s labeled, “The Tie That Binds.”

The official CBS description for this episode reads like this: “The NCIS team tracks evidence from the murder of a Navy captain to Ducky’s deceased mother. The probe leads Ducky to look back and question a pivotal life choice he made 37 years ago. Meanwhile, the team exchanges holiday gifts, and Gibbs eats Christmas dinner with Fornell.”

If any of you guys missed that one or just want to watch it over again, December 5th will be the magical night for you. You’ll definitely want to still tune into CBS on that night. That rerun will be followed up by a rerun of “Bull” which stars former NCIS agent Anthony Dinozzo actor Michael Weatherly.

The rerun they’ll be showing is the premiere episode of this current season 2. It’s entitled, “School for Scandal.” The official CBS description for that episode reads like this: “Season 2 begins with Bull squaring off with his on-again, off-again romantic interest when he joins the district attorney’s case against a woman who claims she killed her billionaire husband in self-defense. Meanwhile, Chuck makes a decision about his future.”

Lastly,”Bull” will be followed up by a rerun of CBS’ new show “SEAL Team” starring former “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” and “Bones” star David Boreanaz. The rerun they’ll be showing for that show is the 4th episode of this current season 1. It’s labeled, “Ghosts of Christmas Future.” The official CBS description for it reads like this: “Jason and the SEAL Team refuse to abort a mission to capture a dangerous war criminal after it goes sideways. Meanwhile, Clay’s controversial father, Ash Spenser, comes to town on his book tour and it’s a chilly reunion.”

So, if that December 5,2017 line-up looks good to you, you’ll definitely want to still tune in to CBS to check out all that action. If not, you’ll most certainly want to make sure to get something else lined up.

Now, that we’ve gotten all that bad news out of the way, let’s direct our focus to the new episode 10 that NCIS will return with on Tuesday night, December 12,2017. CBS did release a press release for it. Apparently,the episode is entitled, “Double Down.”

The official teaser description for it reads like this: “As Torres and Sloane run protection detail for U.S. Senator John Phillips (James Morrison) in Afghanistan for the holidays, they must urgently return to the states after hearing the senator’s son is in the ICU.

Also, Gibbs and the team will end up investigating the altercation that caused the life threatening injuries to the senator’s son.” Actor James Morrison Guest Stars as U.S. Senator John Phillips.

Episode 10 will feature regular castmembers: 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.

Maria Bello as character Special Agent Jacqueline “Jack” Sloane, Brian Dietzen as character Dr. Jimmy Palmer, Duane Henry as character MI6 Officer Clayton Reeves, Rocky Carroll as character NCIS Director Leon Vance and David McCallum as character Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard.

We’ll also be seeing a few guest stars in this one. They are: James Morrison as character U.S. Senator John Phillips, Jonathan Kite as character Chet Goodman, Aaron Jennings as character Seth Hendrix, Amanda Payton as character Misty Boxlarter, Michael Masini as character Axel McKenzie III A.K.A Man, Nicki Micheaux as character Metro P.D. Detective Martha Mayer, Franco Barberis as character Marine Gunnery Sergeant Matt Lecroix, Blake Webb as character Chandler Phillips and Joey Stromberg as character Marine Corporal Gig Girard.

The episode was written by Christopher J. Waild, and it was directed by Alrick Riley. CBS has not yet released a new preview clip for episode 10. They probably won’t release it until the week that episode 10 is set to debut. So, we’ll definitely have to keep a lookout for it.

In related news, some additional details about Pauley Perrette’s Abby Sciuto departure has come up. FOX News recently reported about how Pauley got really pissed off about some fake skin care line ads. Apparently, these ads are running on very popular sites. Pauley took to her official Twitter account to express just how pissed off she is and to also dead this rumor.

In her tweet, she wrote, “THE LIES! EVERYONE asking me about this (FAKE) skin care line? I DON’T HAVE A SKIN CARE LINE! I think @facebook @Yahoo @MSN and all sites making money off fake ads should be liable for posting false ads. I’M NOT LEAVING NCIS FOR A SKIN CARE LINE! I’m leaving, but that’s not why.” You guys can view Pauley’s tweet on her Twitter account by Clicking Here.

So, hopefully that intense Twitter rant will clear up any doubts and confusion about Pauley leaving for some crazy skin care line. We wish she would reveal why she’s really leaving, but we guess that’s another story for another day. Stay tuned. Also, be sure to follow us on our NCIS Facebook page for more NCIS news by Clicking Here.

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