We’ll start this “NCIS” article with the programming update many of you may be looking for: There is no new installment coming on CBS Tuesday night. What’s the reason for that? It all stems from the State of the Union Address. That is taking most of the lineup off the air for the majority of the television networks out there.
So while “NCIS” is off the air for this week, rest assured that there is plenty more coming up over the next couple of months … sparse as it may be until February. Next week you will have a new episode directed by Rocky Carroll entitled “Deja Vu,” but after that it could be several weeks until the show starts to pick up airing episodes once more. Why is that? Look at it as the series trying to save much of their good stuff for the February and eventually the May sweeps, where we will be saying goodbye to the Anthony DiNozzo character.
There’s one other interesting thing to remember here, as well: The upcoming 300th episode of the season, which is probably going to air at some point in March or April, depending on the schedule. Producers have been rather cagey as of late in terms of what they have planned for it, but this is the time where some of those decisions really have to be made. After all, there is only so long that you can leave some of those things unattended before people start to knock down your door with questions.
As more information regarding “NCIS” comes out, we will have some more news for you here, as always.
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