Is NCIS: Los Angeles season 9 episode 19 new tonight on CBS? Unfortunately, the answer to that question right now is no. Because of the Academy of Country Music Awards, we’re seeing the network take the night off in terms of bringing some scripted programming to the table.
If there is a little bit of good news to hand down at the moment it’s strictly this: There are still six more episodes to come this season! That’s the merit of getting to do 24 episodes in a season, and the end of April through most of May are going to be jam-packed with stories that are hopefully exciting and give some of these characters some cool stuff to do.
If you do want to get some other insight on the upcoming 19th episode of this season, you can do so just by visiting the link here right away. What we’ve got within this article is some more information when it comes to the 20th episode of the season, one that will feature both a mysterious case and also the return of Keane to America after he was such a big part of the Vietnam storyline earlier this season.
Take a look at some additional info via the attached CBS synopsis:
“Reentry” – Callen, Sam and Nell travel to the Angeles Forest to search for pieces of a failed rocket launch, including a top-secret government device. Also, Hetty tries to help Keane (Jeff Kober) acclimate to life in the states, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, April 29 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
It’s probably pretty apparent that there is a lot to appreciate about this episode just from reading that alone, but we do especially appreciate the opportunity to see a little bit more of Keane within this particular context. Fish-out-of-water storylines are, at least from our vantage point, always interesting. There is a little less we can say about what’s happening for Callen, Sam, and Nell other than that it’s nice to see them head out on-location to another interesting part of Los Angeles County.
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