NCIS season 15 episode 18 return date: ‘Death From Above’ details

NCIS season 15 episode 18 return dateAre you interested in getting the NCIS season 15 episode 18 return date now? If so, we come bearing some great news today!

After a hiatus next week, the series is going to be returning to CBS with all-new episodes starting on Tuesday, March 27. This episode is entitled “Death From Above,” and for those of you are curious, this installment is going to give you a little bit more of a Ducky storyline than what you’ve had a chance to see so far this year. Take a look at the synopsis below for more:

“Death From Above” – The NCIS headquarters are evacuated after the team discovers a body as well as bomb materials on the roof of the squad room. Also, the team reads the first draft of Ducky’s book, on NCIS, Tuesday, March 27 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Hopefully, David McCallum is going to be around for most of this episode; it would be interesting to see the full scope of Ducky’s journey writing it and, beyond that, where it could go from here. There are a few clear things that we would like to see when it comes to the character, mostly notably him getting an opportunity to find a little bit of notoriety. Just think in terms of this man’s life, and all of the stories that he has to tell! In between Ducky and Gibbs alone these two men have enough stories to full most likely many a book for the remainder of their lives.

Beyond just this story, the good news is that there are still many more to come! In total, you’ve got seven more episodes the rest of the season and hopefully that will include a big finale! Unfortunately, there is still no word as to whether or not the series will be renewed for a season 16; we’re fairly confident it will happen, but we are still waiting to get some sort of validation from CBS on the subject. Stay tuned for more…

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