NCIS Los Angeles Season 13, January 16, 2022 Episode 9 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

NCIS Los Angeles Season 13, January 16, 2022 Episode 9 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans. In this particular article, we unfortunately have some bad news to deliver. For some unknown reason, the folks over at CBS have elected not to air the next, new episode 9 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 13 tonight, January 16, 2022.

On a much brighter note, this particular delay is just for one week. CBS has confirmed that they do intend to air the new episode 9 next Sunday night, January 23,2022 in its usual, 8 pm central standard time slot. So, certainly be sure to not forget that very important date and time.

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We did take a look at what CBS is airing in place of NCIS: Los Angeles tonight. According to the TV guide listings, CBS will be airing a repeat episode of The Equalizer. It will be the very first episode of its current season 2 titled, “Aftermath.”

CBS’ official description for it reads like this,”Just as McCall considers quitting, she’s pulled back in when she takes on Detective Marcus Dante as a new client who needs her help to find an untraceable group of bank robbers.”

If any of you guys are up for a repeat episode of The Equalizer, you might still want to make CBS your channel of choice tonight. If you don’t want to see this rerun of The Equalizer, you will definitely want to make some other plans for tonight as soon as you can.

Spoiler Warning: For those of you who are interested, we were able to track down some new, official teaser scoops for the next, new episode 9 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 13 from CBS’ official episode 13 press release. So, we’re going to read over those real quick.

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First off, CBS revealed that this new episode 9 is officially labeled/titled, “Under The Influence.” It sounds like episode 9 will feature some possible interesting, intense, dramatic, action-filled, suspenseful and emotional scenes.

CBS’ official description for episode 9 reads like this, “The NCIS team helps a U.S. ambassador search for her missing daughter, Gia (Caitlin Carmichael), a popular social media influencer. Also, Agent Aliyah De León returns to support the team with the case on the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.”

We also need to tell you that the new episode 10 of NCIS: Los Angeles’s current season 13 is going to air right after episode 9 next week. For some unknown reason, CBS has decided to air both episodes 9 and 10, back-to-back, on the same night.

CBS also released a new, official press release for episode 10. It’s officially named/titled, “Where Loyalties Lie.” It sounds like episode 10 will also feature some more very intense, dramatic, interesting, action-filled, scandalous and suspenseful scenes.

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CBS’ official description for episode 10 reads like this, “When a civilian scientist working with the marines is killed, and her advanced radar technology stolen, the NCIS team must scramble to find the missing technology and the culprit.”

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An alternate description reads tells us, “THE NCIS TEAM IS ON THE CASE WHEN A CIVILIAN SCIENTIST WORKING WITH THE MARINES IS KILLED AND HER ADVANCED RADAR TECHNOLOGY IS STOLEN.”

Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episodes 9 and 10 of NCIS: Los Angeles’ current season 13 are both scheduled to finally hit the air next Sunday night, January 23, 2022, starting at approximately 7 pm central standard time.

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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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