If you find yourselves interested in getting the NCIS season 17 episode 10 return date, have no fear: We’ve got it within! Not only that, but we also come bearing a great reminder about Cote de Pablo’s big return to the series.
Unfortunately, we do have to go ahead and get some of the bad news out of the way when it comes to this series: There’s no new episode airing next week. To go along with that, there’s no new episode airing the subsequent week, either. One of the biggest reasons for this is the simple fact that CBS wants to air this episode closer to the holidays — there will be a festive theme to it, and given that it also filmed recently, we imagine that NCIS wants to have time to edit this together properly.
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Oh, and we imagine that there’s one other great reason for the episode airing when it is: It ensures that there isn’t that much in the way of a long hiatus between the 2019 and 2020 portions of the show. We know that after this installment, NCIS is going to be returning to the air on January 7 — we know the schedule for what’s ahead, but we don’t know all that much when it comes to the story.
As for what we expect to see on what lies ahead, we think that a big part of it is going to have to do with Ziva’s journey and hopes of an eventual reunion with her daughter Tali and also maybe Tony, as well. We don’t know if either character will surface in this episode for certain, but we do think reunions are great every holiday season. No matter what happens here, we can go ahead and expect some sort of action component. We know that Ziva’s been hunted for some time, and it’s one of the reasons she’s lived in hiding for years. We have a hard time thinking that this is over yet.
What do you want to see when it comes to NCIS season 17 episode 10?
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