Is NCIS new tonight on CBS? Are we lucky enough to dive into a new story in “Blown Away”? We know that there’s a lot of intrigue surrounding this episode, and this article will be all about setting that up!
First and foremost, though, let’s go ahead and share the good news — you are going to have a chance to see the story on the air tonight! “Blown Away” marks the debut of Katrina Law as NCIS Special Agent Jessica Knight, and this is a character who could end up being a major part of season 19! We’ll have to see how she is received by the audience tonight, but it sounds like she could bring a great deal of action and entertainment to the table.
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For more specifics about Law’s character, and the story as a whole, check out the full NCIS season 18 episode 15 synopsis now:
“Blown Away” – When members of an NCIS Regional Enforcement Action Capabilities Training Team (REACT) are killed during an explosion, NCIS Special Agent Jessica Knight (Katrina Law), the lone surviving member, helps crack the case using high tech body armor, on NCIS, Tuesday, May 18 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pam Dawber returns as investigative journalist Marcie Warren.
Given that this is the penultimate episode of the season, you better believe that things are going to carry over in some way to the finale next week! Both Dawber and Law will be back for that episode, which carries with it the title of “Rule 91.” There’s SO much uncertainty out there about Mark Harmon’s future and with that, this episode has to be must-see TV.
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