NCIS New Orleans Spoilers For Season 5, May 14, 2019 Finale Episode 24 Revealed

NCIS New Orleans Spoilers For Season 5, May 14, 2019 Finale Episode 24 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: New Orleans” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight’s episode 23. Now that it’s officially wrapped up and in the history books, it’s time to take a look at what’s about to go down in the next, new episode 24. This one is the huge, season 5, finale episode, guys. So, after this one, that’s it until late September 2019.

The kind folks over at CBS did deliver a new press release for the upcoming, season 5 finale episode 24. So, that’s what we’ll be taking a look at for this spoiler session.

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With all of that said, let’s go ahead and get into the title of this last season 5 episode. CBS’ press release revealed that the producers decided to name it, “The River Styx, Part II.” As we mentioned in last week’s spoiler article, this is the second half of a two-part episode.

It sounds like episode 24 will feature some super dramatic, dangerous, action-filled and very interesting scenes as agent Pride faces extreme danger! The NCIS: New Orleans team rushes to save Pride and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Agent Pride in danger situation. It turns out that Agent Pride will indeed be in some major trouble when he gets separated from his team after tracking down the deadly spy network called, Apollyon. CBS’ official description tells us, “After tracking Apollyon, a deadly underground spy network, to war-torn South Ossetia, Pride is separated from the team and faces grave danger.”

What will this danger Pride faces entail? That’s a huge question for this particular plotline. There’s no doubt this storyline will give us some very intense and high drama scenes to look forward to.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that the NCIS: New Orleans team will be quite busy with multiple tasks! They will be trying to save Pride. However, at the same time, they will have to track down a mole that keeps ratting them out to Apollyon! CBS’ description tells us, “In order to save Pride, the NCIS team must locate a mole who continues to feed information to Apollyon.”

Will the NCIS: New Orleans crew be able to pull off these daunting set of tasks before it’s too late? That’s the big and ultimate question as this season 5 comes to a close. It sounds like this season 5 finale episode will definitely keep you guys on the edge of your seats.

Episode 24 will not feature any guest stars. They decided to just keep all the focus on the season regulars for this one.

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 24 are: Scott Bakula as character (Special Agent Dwayne Pride), Lucas Black as character (Special Agent Christopher Lasalle), Vanessa Ferlito as character (Special Agent Tammy Gregorio), Necar Zadegan as character (Special Agent Hannah Khoury), Rob Kerkovich as character (Forensic Agent Sebastian Lund). Daryl “Chill” Mitchell as character (Investigative Computer Specialist Patton Plame) and CCH Pounder as character (Dr. Loretta Wade).

Episode 24 was written by Christopher Silber, and it was directed by Jim Whitmore, Jr. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 24 is indeed scheduled to air next Tuesday night, May 14, 2019 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “NCIS: New Orleans” spoiler report, but definitely stay tuned for more. For those of you who are wondering, “NCIS: New Orleans” has been officially renewed for a brand new season 6! So, you can all rejoice. We’ll have more details on the season 6 renewal next week. So, be sure to stay tuned.

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