Interested in seeing the NCIS: New Orleans season 4 episode 18 return date? We’ve got that for you below, and to go along with that some of the first details for the upcoming episode entitled “Welcome to the Jungle.”
In kicking things off, let’s do what we often do in this situation: Share the official NCIS: New Orleans synopsis below:
“Welcome to the Jungle” – Pride, Sebastian and Tammy travel to South America after Pride is personally requested by a former colleague to assist with a classified operation that has been compromised, on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, March 27 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Sound like an interesting episode to anyone out there? It absolutely does to us, and we also think that there are going to be some interesting action sequences to go along with it. On the surface, it’s pretty darn clear that this is an episode that is different from almost any other one out there. Just think in this sense: Even though we see the New Orleans field office out in the field on a regular basis, this is a very different sort of situation since we’re talking about the team being in a different country! That probably means, in turn, that there are going to be new rules and new challenges. (Let’s just hope that this turns out to some degree better than when we saw the NCIS team in DC in South America at the end of last season / the start of season 15.)
The other elephant in the room
April 4 is set to be the final episode for Shalita Grant on the series as Percy, but there’s still not exactly much in the way of information as to how she is going to depart. Hopefully, that is something that the series teases or sets up soon, beyond just the possibility that she could go be a part of the FBI. That was something established a little bit earlier on in this season.
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