Release date and what to expect for episode 10 of the CBS drama

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The naval crime investigation series NCIS, premiered season 19 in late September on the CBS network, and continued to fast-forward every Monday with riveting new episodes packed with action and mystery. The hit show is currently on hiatus until next year. (Episode 10 spoilers)

It was last week when NCIS said goodbye to fans when it aired the ninth episode of season 19, titled “Collective Memory”, showing one of the strangest cases in the entire history of the series, and where the team he was forced to apply an unusual technological procedure during the investigation.

The first part of the nineteenth installment of NCIS was intense. The premiere began with Leroy Gibbs on the run after being the victim of an attack after his boat was blown up at the end of last season. Fortunately, he made it out alive, but the bad news was when in the fourth episode he made the drastic decision to leave the team. Mark Harmon’s character stayed in Alaska after completing a case and did not want to return.

Gibbs is expected to return at some point in this NCIS installment, and while the drama’s production promised that he would appear in a handful of episodes of season 19, surely fans won’t want to believe that the fourth was the character’s last. Although, his place as leader of the investigative team is occupied by former FBI special agent Alden Parker (Gary Cole). But when does NCIS return with episode 10?

NCIS won’t be on hiatus for long. The crime drama according to CBS programming will return on Monday, January 3, 2022 at its regular time of 9: 00-10: 00 PM, ET / PT, with episode 10 of season 19, titled “Pledge of Allegiance.” , which is directed by the star of the show, Rocky Carroll, who plays Director Leon Vance.

According to the official tenth episode synopsis courtesy of CBS, this installment reveals that NCIS is called when Navy Chief Warrant Officer Rafi Nazar (Artur Zai Benson) is suspected of attempting to sell classified and stolen Navy software that is used to pilot combat drones.