- NCIS, FBI, and FBI: Most Wanted will not air new episodes tonight.
- NCIS will show a rerun, while the other two were moved for the State of the Union.
After that Torres scare on NCIS, we were looking forward to a nice, relaxing episode with a lot of mystery and action but not so much so that any other member of the team was in danger. Unfortunately, we’re going to have to wait another week for that.
We’re sorry to report that NCIS is airing a rerun tonight. The good news is that it’s “Out of the Darkness” from earlier this season, which features Ziva (Cote de Pablo) after her big return and cryptic warning to Gibbs (Mark Harmon).
Plus, next week’s episode “Lonely Hearts,” aka this year’s Valentine’s Day special, looks like it’ll be worth the wait.
The lead suspect on a murder case is actually a woman Gibbs’s friend Brooks (Don Lake) met on a dating site. In an even more exciting twist, Sloane (Maria Bello) has a secret admirer—will it be Gibbs?
If you thought we were going to end this post on a high note, you were sadly mistaken. Because fans of FBI are in even worse shape tonight. FBI and FBI: Most Wanted won’t be on at all, as CBS is airing the State of the Union during their time slots.
Both will be back next week, though. FBI’s “Legacy” will be another hard one for OA (Zeeko Zaki), who has to decide if an old friend’s judgment can be trusted. Most Wanted will return with “Invisible,” which gets personal for Crosby (Kellan Lutz), who is deeply affected by their latest case.
We know it’s hard to be patient for your favorite shows to continue, but you can do it! Or cheat like us and fill the void with more reruns.
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