NCIS season 19 episode 3 title spoilers: Taking a ‘Road to Nowhere’


NCIS season 19 episode 3 is going to be the first episode that airs in the month of October — so what should you know about it in advance?

There are, of course, a few different things that we could talk through within this piece, but let’s kick things off with the title for this installment: “Road to Nowhere.” That certainly speaks of frustration, doesn’t it? This is a show that often tries to take an optimistic perspective on things so with that in mind, it’d be somewhat surprising if these characters were feeling a little despondent.

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We do need to remember one thing entering this, episode, though: Odds are, the entire team could still be hunting the serial killer within this hour. We heard entering this season that the serial-killer arc was going to last for a good four episodes. There’s no guarantee that they will all be consecutive, but it makes a certain degree of sense for the show to move in this direction. “Road to Nowhere” could see everyone trying to gather up clues, only to be met with one dead end after the next.

Let’s just hope that there is a genuine surprise as we get near the end of this arc; we also want the serial-killer character to be someone who matters to some extent. It’s going to be rather frustrating if this is a character we only see for a few moments and that’s more or less it.

Related Be sure to get some more news when it comes to NCIS, including some details on episode 2 right now

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