The Brave episode 11 brings hostage crisis to the air

The BraveWhile we’ve seen some of the characters on The Brave take on crises virtually all over the world, there’s something about the latest one that is especially dangerous.

How much so? Well, let’s just say that The Brave episode 11 is going to feature a mission with huge ramifications. It’s what happens when a determined political revolutionary decides to seize control of a flight in Colombo.

As a result of this, what the team encounters is a race against time in order to stop her. It probably doesn’t help matters at all that there are also new leadership at the top, and that could cause a little more chaos.

The title for The Good Doctor episode 11 is “Grounded,” which feels absolutely appropriate given the subject matter. The synopsis below offers up more information:

With Patricia (Anne Heche) out of commission, Noah (Tate Ellington) is at the helm of the D.I.A. when FARC revolutionaries take control of a flight in Colombia. When negotiations mean life or death for the passengers on board, Hannah (Sofia Pernas) must make her return to the field.

The promo below does offer up another bit of insight as to why this episode is going to be so especially intense, but that’s not the only thing that you need to see for more reminders of that. For example, just look at where we are in the season. With only three more episodes to go, we are firmly entrenched now in what is the home stretch of the season. This is where The Brave pulls out all the stops and shows NBC that it’s worthy of getting another season on the air. It’s going to need to; tonight was the first episode of this season that is airing without The Voice as a lead-in; beyond that, it’s being forced to air against the NCAA Championship. More often than not, this is a combination of factors that you want to end up avoiding.

What do you want to see when it comes to The Brave episode 11, and where does this story stack up with some of the others you’ve seen so far this season? Be sure to share in the comments below!

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