'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 11 Episode 18 delayed, when will the show return with Anna and UFOs?
The CBS procedural is taking another of its many random breaks this season, only to return with Anna, UFOs and much more adrenaline-thumping action
'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 11 has decided to take yet another week off at random in the middle of its full-season run, and now we have to wait, all the way till next week to be reunited with the gang.
Why the show isn't airing tonight doesn't necessarily have a reason because the CBS procedural has been known to go poof here and there, outside of its slotted mid-season break, so maybe it is one of those weeks. But worry not, to make up for the lack of a fresh new episode, we do have some updates on what to expect next when the show finally airs its Episode 18 'Missing Time'.
According to the official synopsis of the episode, "While NCIS investigates the disappearance of a department of defense officer who was looking into a recent UFO sighting, Anna (guest star Bar Paly) makes a bold decision about her future."
The episode will air on Sunday, March 22, at its usual slotted time on the network. Sure, the UFO prospect has all of us intrigued because it's not every day you see the two crossing territories. And with an ever-expanding cast this season, the show has been filled with surprises, from bringing back kickass recurring characters the way we love them and introducing new ones with an exciting storyline to pump up the adrenaline rush for each episode.
For example, the coming episode will reportedly see Scottie Thompson as the DIA Agent Sarah Raines, while Alimi Ballard will join in the role of AUSA Allan Williams. Anna's 'bold decision' could have something to do with her father Arkady (Vyto Ruginis), with her following daddy's footsteps. But in terms of other relationships, both sensitive and the hilarious buddy cop kind, 'NCIS: Los Angele' has really excelled in Season 18, especially with the whole Hetty finding her right replacement storyline, and the Deeks and Kensi pregnancy debacle as the couple continues to struggle with fixating on the right time.
Fans' approval in these matters is detrimental, as has been proven time and again in the shows' past. Especially with Callen's almost romance with Joelle (Elizabeth Bogush), the teacher with a giant secret who just didn't sit with fans and they rejected her right off the bat for their precious favorite Callen.
'NCIS: Los Angeles' airs on Sundays at 9 pm only on CBS.