For those wondering when the next new episodes of NCIS season 17 are going to air with Cote de Pablo, we now coming bearing answers!
According to a new report from TVLine, Cote will be making her third appearance of the season (which she is currently filming) on Tuesday, December 17. This will be the last new episode of the year for NCIS, so of course it is fair to wonder as to whether or not there will be some sort of holiday theme to it.
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Meanwhile, Cote will be making her fourth (and final?) appearance this season on the Tuesday, January 7 episode — with that in mind, we have to wonder if there is either a cliffhanger in the December 17 episode or there is some sort of continuous story. The comparison that we would draw here is to the first two episodes of the season in “Out of the Darkness” followed shortly thereafter by “Into the Light.”
Now that we know these dates, the next question is inevitably going to be thrown out there — will Michael Weatherly return as Tony for one of them? We’ve long speculated that Tony could come back for Cote’s fourth appearance, but it could be a scheduling challenge to figure that out at present. Bull films in New York City, so he would need to fly back west at a time in which he’s not shooting in order to do that. Given that Michael is in a pretty hefty percentage of Bull episodes, that is not the easiest thing in the world to figure out.
For now, let’s just hope that there are some tremendously exciting stories in these upcoming episodes, ones that offer a great chance for Cote to do some of what she does best — deliver exciting, memorable performances with a number of rich twists and turns throughout.
What do you think about the airdates for the next NCIS season 17 episodes?
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