NCIS Season 16’s Next, New Episode 7 Is Getting Delayed

NCIS Season 16’s Next, New Episode 7 Is Getting Delayed

Happy Monday, “NCIS” fans. Unfortunately, it’s that time again where we have to tell you that you’re going to have to be without your favorite show for a while. It turns out that CBS will not be airing the next, brand new episode 7 of NCIS season 16 tomorrow night, November 6, 2018. Instead, they will be airing it next Tuesday night, November 13, 2018 in the same 7 pm central time slot. So, be sure to mark down that very important date on your TV show schedules.

So, what could CBS possibly be airing instead of the coveted NCIS drama tomorrow night? Well, it turns out that CBS and all the other major networks ABC and NBC want to air the LIVE midterm elections tomorrow night for a whopping three, freaking hours! That’s right. They’re devoting their whole primetime schedule to these midterm elections.

For this special article, we decided to just look up exactly what these midterm elections are on Wikipedia. What can I say, we’re just not that into politics over here. And you know what they say? You learn something new every, single day. With that said, here is the full Wikipedia definition for the midterm elections that will be interrupting NCIS tomorrow night: “2018 elections in the United States will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, except for certain special elections. All these races, whether for a federal, state or local office are being administered by the individual state and local governments instead of at the national or federal level.

These midterm elections will take place in the middle of Republican President Donald Trump’s first term. All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate will be contested. In addition, 39 state and territorial governorships as well as numerous other state and local elections will also be contested.”

There you go. That’s a brief description of these midterm elections. They sound pretty important I guess. Again, we’re just not that into politics over here. So, it’s kind of just “whatever” to us. But, for those of you who are interested in watching the midterm elections, tomorrow is your lucky night. Just continue to tune into CBS to catch all the midterm elections fun. For those of you who are not interested in watching these elections, I would suggest that you make other plans immediately.

Now, for some brighter news. CBS did release the official press release for the new, upcoming episode 7 of NCIS’ 16th season. Before we get into this, we must warn you guys that the press release does feature some brief spoiler teasers for episode 7. So, if you don’t want to see any episode 7 spoiler teasers, I would suggest you stop reading this article right now. If you don’t care about spoiler teasers, by all means please keep reading this article.

Alright, now that we got our nice, little spoiler warning out of the way, let’s dive right into this new CBS episode 7 press release. First off, the press release revealed that episode 7 is entitled, “A Thousand Words.”

It sounds like it will feature some pretty interesting and intense scenes as a conspiracy involving a Navy contractor takes place. Agent Bishop shares a special connection and more.

We’ll go ahead and go over the conspiracy part first. It turns out that the theft of a street artist’s mural will end up sparking a huge, NCIS investigation that leads to a major conspiracy! CBS’ official description tells us, “After a mural by a street artist and activist is stolen, the NCIS investigation leads to a conspiracy regarding a Navy contractor and the safety of ocean mammals.” An alternate description reads like this, “THE THEFT OF A STREET ARTIST’S MURAL LEADS NCIS TO INVESTIGATE A CONSPIRACY REGARDING A NAVY CONTRACTOR AND THE SAFETY OF OCEAN MAMMALS.”

The second spoiler teaser for episode 7 reveals that the lovely Ellie Bishop is going to form a very special connection with a street artist. CBS’ description tells us, “Bishop shares a special connection with the street artist.” That sounds like it could make for an interesting storyline.

CBS also released a couple of preview photos for episode 7. Agent Torres and Bishop are in a couple of the photos together. So, look for them to have a few scenes. Agent Gibbs and Sloane are in a couple of the snap shots together. Agent McGee, Torres, Gibbs and Bishop are all seen in one of the photos doing what appears to be some hardcore investigating. You guys can view all the preview photos for episode 7 over on Spoiler TV’s site by Clicking Here.

Episode 7 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Abbie Cobb as character (Melanie Keller), Ian Alda as character (Luke Green), Judith Moreland as character (Carrie Lewis), Jeryl Prescott as character (Annie Sullivan), David Paluck as character (Director Glenn Webb), Bill O’Neill as character (Zach), Luke Jones as character (Manny Barnes), Shel Bailey as character (Big Bouncer), Adam Kaiz as character (Telemarketer #1) and Lisa Dring as character (Telemarketer #2).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 7 are: 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), Wilmer Valderrama as character (NCIS Special Agent Nicholas “Nick” Torres), Maria Bello as character (NCIS Special Agent Jaqueline “Jack” Sloane), Brian Dietzen as character (Dr. Jimmy Palmer), Diona Reasonover as character (Forensic Scientist Kasie Hines), Rocky Carroll as character (NCIS Director Leon Vance) and David McCallum as character (Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard).

Episode 7 was written by David J. North, and it was directed by Alrick Riley. Again, it’s also been confirmed that episode 7 will indeed air next Tuesday night, November 13, 2018 at approximately 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.

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