New NCIS Los Angeles Season 13 Spoilers For November 7, 2021 Episode 5 Revealed

New NCIS Los Angeles Season 13 Spoilers For November 7, 2021 Episode 5 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans. We hope you guys had a blast watching episode 5 tonight. Now that it’s officially over and in the can, we are back on here to give you guys a couple of spoiler scoops for the next, new episode 5 of NCIS: Los Angeles’current season 13, which is due to hit the air next Sunday night, November 7, 2021.

We were able to track down a couple of official teaser descriptions for the new 5 from CBS’ official episode 5 press release. So, we will take a look at those right now and see what they will feature.

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To start, CBS’ press release for this new episode 5 let us know that episode 5 does indeed have an official title. It’s called, “Divided We Fall.”

It sounds like episode 5 will feature some very intense, dramatic, interesting, action-filled and suspenseful scenes as a failed NCIS mission causes a major interrogation. Kilbride has to make a very tough choice and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the failed mission situation. It turns out that the NCIS: Los Angeles crew will attempt to protect a compromised undercover agent at some point.

Unfortunately, this mission is going to blow up in their faces. When it does, it will spark up a very intense interrogation off all the agents in a search to discover just what in the heck really happened during this mission!

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CBS’ official description for this failed NCIS: Los Angeles mission situation tells us, “When an NCIS mission to protect a compromised undercover agent goes completely sideways, the agents are individually interrogated to find out what really happened.”

An alternate description reads like this, “THE NCIS AGENTS ARE INDIVIDUALLY INTERROGATED WHEN THEIR MISSION TO PROTECT A COMPROMISED UNDERCOVER AGENT GOES COMPLETELY SIDEWAYS.”

The second and last spoiler scoop for this new episode 5 lets us know that Kilbride will have a very serious and significant-sounding moment at some point as he will be forced to make a very tough choice.

CBS’ description for this latest Kilbride storyline reads like this, “Kilbride must make a difficult decision.”

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Episode 5 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Ashwin Gore as character (Oni Inspector General Akhil Ali), Sandrine Holt as character (Laura Song) and Christina Masterson as character (Lily Song).

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The season regulars that will be featured in episode 5 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).

Eric Christian Olsen as character (NCIS Investigator Marty Deeks), Medalion Rahimi as character (Special Agent Fatima Namazi), Caleb Castille as character (Special Agent Devin Rountree) and Gerald McRaney as character (Retired Admiral Hollace Kilbride).

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Episode 5 was written by Andrew Bartels, and it was directed by Terence Nightingall.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 5 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 13 is indeed scheduled to hit the airwaves next Sunday night, November 7, 2021 at approximately 8 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream on demand on Paramount+.

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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