New ‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Spoilers For Season 11, March 1, 2020 Episode 16 Revealed

New ‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Spoilers For Season 11, March 1, 2020 Episode 16 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed episode 15. Now that it’s officially completed and in the history books, we thought we would slide in here ,real quick, to quickly tell you about a few things that will be taking place in next Sunday night’s new episode 16.

The wonderful CBS folks delivered up a new teaser description for episode 16’s main plotline via their episode 16 press release. So, that’s what we’re going to tell you about in this spoiler session.

To start, we’ve learned that the official title for episode 16 is called, “Alsiyadun.” Wow! If that’s not a unique title, I don’t know what is.


Anyways, it sounds like episode 16 will feature some very dramatic, intense, dangerous, scandalous, interesting and action-filled scenes.

In the new episode 16, poor Fatima is going to end up getting captured while she is trying to complete a mission! The awful scumbags that captured her will be looking to get a payday out of it. So, they will offer her safe return up for a ransom fee.

In light of this very scandalous and tragic situation, Sam and Callen will decide to bring on a very deep, deep undercover agent from the CIA named Kadri to assist them in getting Fatima back safe and sound.

CBS’ official description for this episode 16 reads like this, “When Fatima is captured while on a mission and held for ransom, Callen and Sam enlist a deep undercover CIA agent, Kadri (guest star Kiari “Offset” Cephus), to help get her back.”


Will Sam, Callen and Kadri unique combination of skills be enough to ensure Fatima’s safe return from her friggin captors? That is the very important question we’ll be looking to see get answered before the hour is up next week.

Whatever the case, it sounds like this episode’s storyline will be filled with some bumpy twists and turns, high action, suspense and more for you guys to look forward to. So, get ready for it. CBS noted that rapper Kiari “Offset” Cephus will guest stars as the Undercover CIA Agent Kadri.

Episode 16 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Eric Palladino as character (CIA Officer Vostanik Sabatino), Kiari “Offset” Cephus as character (Kadri Kashan Khan), Don Wallace as character (Navy SEAL Senior Chief Frank Wallace), Abe Martell as character (Cobra/Fayyaad Al-Radwan Khalid), Satiar Pourvasei as character (Mr. Namazi) and Aneela Qureshi as character (Mrs. Namazi).


The season regulars that will be featured in episode 16 are: Chris O’Donnell as character (Special Agent G. Callen), LL COOL J as character (Special Agent Sam Hanna), Linda Hunt as character (Operations Manager Henrietta “Hetty” Lange), Daniela Ruah as character (Special Agent Kensi Blye).


Season regulars continued: Eric Christian Olsen as character (LAPD Detective Marty Deeks), Barrett Foa as character (Tech Operator Eric Beale), Renée Felice Smith as character (Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones) and Medalion Rahimi as character (Special Agent Fatima Namazi).


Episode 16 was written by R. Scott Gemmill, and it was directed by Dennis Smith. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 16 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, March 1, 2020 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.

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

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