New NCIS Season 19 Spoilers For September 20, 2021 Premiere Episode 1 Revealed

New NCIS Season 19 Spoilers For September 20, 2021 Premiere Episode 1 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS” fans. Welcome back. I know, I know. It’s been a long, summer break. But now, it’s time for your favorite CBS drama NCIS to return for its brand new season 19 on September 20, 2021! In this article, we’ve got some new spoiler scoops for the big, premiere episode 1.

We were able to get an official teaser description for one of episode 1’s main storylines via CBS’ official episode 1 press release. So, that will certainly be our source for this spoiler article. Let’s get to it.

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First thing’s first. CBS’ premiere episode 1 press release For NCIS season 19 revealed that episode 1 is officially titled, “Blood in the Water.”

It sounds like episode 1 will feature some very interesting, possible intense, dramatic and action-filled scenes.

In the new episode 1, the NCIS team will be back in action and on the hunt to track down Gibbs after they located the wreckage from his boat. During their intense search for Gibbs, the team will learn that Gibbs was in the process of trying to hunt down a very dangerous serial killer. They will also learn that Gibbs was conducting this search with a journalist named Marcie Warren.

CBS’ official description for episode 1 tells us, “As the NCIS team searches for Gibbs after wreckage from his boat is discovered, they find out he was tracking a serial killer with journalist Marcie Warren (Pam Dawber), who wrote an exposé on him on the 19th season premiere of NCIS.”

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An alternate description reads like this, “AS THE NCIS TEAM SEARCHES FOR GIBBS AFTER WRECKAGE FROM HIS BOAT IS FOUND, THEY DISCOVER HE WAS TRACKING A SERIAL KILLER ON THE 19TH SEASON PREMIERE OF “NCIS.”

Episode 19 will feature a couple of guest stars.They are: Pam Dawber as character (Marcie Warren), Katherine Cortez as character (Thelma McKeever), Dave Florek as character (Virgil McKeever), Travis Hammer as character (Faux County Deputy Randall Sledge), Terryn Westbrook as character (County Deputy Regina Unger), Yenniffer Behrens as character (Marta Jimenez), Derek Chariton as character (Lonny), Allie Davis as character (Sandy) and Colin Land as character (NCIS Special Agent Brent Hollister).

Episode 1 will feature one recurring star. That person is: David McCallum as character (Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 1 are: Mark Harmon as character (NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs), Sean Murray as character (NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee), Wilmer Valderrama as character (NCIS Special Agent Nicholas “Nick” Torres), Brian Dietzen as character (Medical Examiner Jimmy Palmer), Diona Reasonover as character (Forensic Scientist Kasie Hines), Katrina Law as character (NCIS Special Agent Jessica Knight) and Rocky Carroll as character (NCIS Director Leon Vance).

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Episode 1 was written by Christopher Walid, and it was directed by Michael Zinberg. CBS’ press release confirmed that the new, premiere episode 1 of NCIS’ new season 19 is indeed scheduled to air on Monday night, September 20, 2021 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.

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