Is ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ season 7, episode 6 new tonight on CBS?

NCISHave you enjoyed “NCIS: Los Angeles” so far this season? We hope so, since you’re going to have to go without the show Monday … with some specific reasons in mind.

Thanks to the premiere of “Supergirl” and a 90-minute episode of “Scorpion,” the CBS show has been delayed until next week, where you are going to see an episode revolving around whether or not Sam’s partner can be tracked down. If you want to see some news in terms of what you can expect over the course of the hour, take a look at the synopsis below:

“The team searches for Sam’s former partner, Ruiz (Anthony Ruivivar), who disappears while buying a deadly explosive during an undercover operation.”

Are we going to have many similar hiatuses for the show this season? At the moment, we’d say that it is doubtful. There are so many episodes that still have to air this season, and that allows for a chance for the show to air pretty consistently. After this week, “Supergirl” will settle back into its tradition timeslot at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time. The only reason at all that this changed was mostly the result of CBS really wanting the Melissa Benoist superhero show to air following “The Big Bang Theory.” That way, they can really capitalize on the lead-in in a way that few other shows can.

We can already confirm that there will also be a new episode of “NCIS: Los Angeles” coming up on November 9, so we will have some further news about that in the near future. Stay tuned!

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