‘Nancy Drew’ Season 1, November 27, 2019 Episode 8 Delayed. Not Airing

‘Nancy Drew’ Season 1, November 27, 2019 Episode 8 Delayed. Not Airing

Hey, “Nancy Drew” fans. If you tuned in last night, November 27, 2019, to catch the latest episode 8 of your favorite show, I imagine that most of you were quite disappointed to see that it wasn’t on. Yep, The CW decided not to air it last night.

Instead, they aired one those IHeartRadio Music Specials they always air. In fact, they’re airing another one of them tonight, November 28, 2019, but I digress.

Listen, here’s what we want you to know. You guys can definitely expect to see the brand new episode 8 hit the airwaves on Wednesday night, December 4, 2019 in its usual 8 pm central standard time slot right after Riverdale. So, definitely be sure to mark down that very important date on your TV show calendars.

We do have a bit of good news for the new episode 8 of Nancy Drew. It turns out that The CW did release a new preview clip,preview photos and a press release for it.

Please note that these items do contain spoiler teasers for episode 8. If you don’t like spoilers, you will certainly want to exit this article right now.

If you don’t mind spoilers, we definitely want you to keep reading. Now that we’ve gotten our spoiler warning out of the way, let’s go over this episode 8 press release.

To start off with, the official title for it is called, “The Path of Shadows.” It sounds like episode 8 will feature some very interesting, possible action, adventure-filled and paranormal-type scenes.

In the new episode 8, Nancy and the Drew Crew will certainly stumble across some very important new discoveries. At some point, they will find out that the car wreck which killed one of their friends was certainly no accident!

The Drew Crew will not only try to solve this crime, they will end up investigating the physical evidence of sabotage that was done to the car and wind up on a supernatural adventure into the world of the metaphysical.

The CW’s official description for episode 8 reads like this, “Nancy (Kennedy McMann) and the Drew Crew discover that the car wreck that left one of their own at death’s door was no accident.

While simultaneously hoping to solve the crime, the crew investigates the physical evidence of sabotage to the car and take a supernatural detour into the metaphysical world.”

The new preview photos for episode 8 feature Nancy in a scene with her father Carson, and it looks like a pretty serious scene as they have a discussion. You guys can view all the preview photos for episode 8 over on Spoiler TV’s site by Clicking Here.

The new preview clip for episode 8 features Chief McGinnis saying To Nancy, Georgia and Lisbeth, “I believe I saw Ace’s spirit.” Then Georgia says, “Ace is dead?” McGinnis says, “He’s not dead. He’s lost.” Next, the clip cuts to Nancy saying, “We can bring Ace back.”

After that, the clip features a flurry of very intense scenes. At one point, Nancy is seen being told, “You really don’t know who you’re dealing with.”

Nancy appears to be in really serious trouble in this scene too! Yep, this one looks quite intense to say the very least. You guys can view the new preview clip for episode 8 over on Youtube by Clicking Here.

Episode 8 will also feature: Scott Wolf as character Carson Drew, Leah Lewis as character Georgia Fan, Maddison Jaizani as character as character Bess Marvin, Tunji Kasim as character Ned Nickerson, Alex Sacon as character Ace, Riley Smith as character Ryan Hudson and Alvina August as character Detective Karen Hart.

Episode 8 was directed by Alexis Ostrander, and it was written by Jesse Stern. Again,The CW’s press release confirmed that episode 8 is scheduled to air on Wednesday night, December 4, 2019 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Nancy Drew” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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