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The bad news that we have to report here today is simply that following tonight’s “What Child Is This?” episode, you are going to be waiting until Tuesday, January 8 to see the next new episode come on the air. This is pretty par-for-the-course when it comes to NCIS to take a big hiatus around this time of year. Why would they want to do anything different? They don’t want to run the risk of losing viewers by airing episodes on a night that people aren’t around, whether it be for the holidays or for some other reason. They also likely know that January 1 is rough night to air something just because it’s New Year’s Day. Aren’t there some better times out there to air new episodes? It’s a long season and there are plenty of weeks to come. That’s clearly something that was on the network’s mind as they charted out some of the future.
Just in case you want to get some more news surrounding what’s coming up, we suggest that you take a look now at the full NCIS season 16 episode 11 synopsis below:
“Toil and Trouble” – United States Secretary of Defense Wynn Crawford (Mitch Pileggi) shuts down Gibbs’ murder investigation and demands that Special Agents McGee and Torres be arrested for their actions in the case, on NCIS, Tuesday, Jan. 8 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
This storyline is something that we’ve heard a little bit about over the past couple of months, something where the higher-ups in the government get involved with NCIS and cause the team a lot of trouble. This could be a really fascinating storyline — we’re certainly down with getting to see Mitch Pileggi on the show! The only thing that causes us the slightest bit of concern is that there are already similar stories out there on both NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans where someone comes in and looks at the way in which the team does their job. Is this a little bit too similar to that when the dust settles? We’re left to wonder, but to be fair, we haven’t seen this story play out just yet.
What do you want to see coming up on NCIS season 16 episode 11? Be sure to share some of your thoughts in the attached comments. (Photo: CBS.)