When will 'NCIS: New Orleans' Season 7 Episode 6 air? Pride and team's risky mission set to become more complex

It has been danger galore for Pride and the team ever since the beginning of this season of 'NCIS: NOLA', especially with the pandemic raging on


                            When will 'NCIS: New Orleans' Season 7 Episode 6 air? Pride and team's risky mission set to become more complex
Pride, Sebastian and Hanna Khoury in Season 7 Episode 5 (CBS)

It's a good day for the entire 'NCIS' fandom because Dwayne Pride and the gang are back in yet another enticing episode of 'NCIS: New Orleans'. After almost a month, the hit CBS procedural resumes i/ts ongoing seventh season with the winter premiere titled 'Operation Dano: Part I'.

It is loaded and packed with action as one would expect, with everything that's going on in Pride's vicinity surrounding white supremacist officers in the NCIS, danger, and threats to both his job and life are expected to rise in the following episode of 'NCIS: NOLA'. Wondering when the show returns next? Read on to find out all about it.

According to TV listings and schedule, the wait for the next episode won't be any longer than the usual seven days as 'NCIS: NOLA' is not pulling another random hiatus this month; not until January 17 at least. 'NCIS: New Orleans' Season 7 returns with Episode 6 on Sunday, January 10, but not at its usual 9 pm time slot. Instead, the episode titled 'Operation Drano: Part II' will air half an hour later at 9:30 pm on CBS.

The network is yet to release an official synopsis for the sixth episode of this season, so right now all we can do is make some speculations surrounding the synopsis of the preceding Episode 7. According to CBS, the episode sees "NCIS investigate a suspicious death, and the missing key piece of evidence is a top-secret, high tech battery. Pride and the team realize there could be deadly consequences if it falls into the wrong hands."

It has been danger galore for Pride and the team ever since the beginning of this season of 'NCIS: NOLA', especially with the pandemic raging on and Dr Loretta Wade practically losing herself in the panic and misery surrounding the insurmountable loss she's encountering every day.

At the same time, Quentin Carter and Tammy Gregorio were trapped in a ship at sea that had Covid-19-positive people aboard and thus were fronted with the risk of contracting the virus when flames engulfed the cabin. Hannah Khoury had to mull over the dilemma of having to relocate far away from her daughter should she take up a complimentary and much-deserved promotion for outing the outrageous and disgraced Van Cleef. 

As for Pride, thrilling as Rita's return to his life permanently was, here was the threat of racist, supremacists cops trying to bring him down for following leads that dug up enough dirt on them. When nothing else worked, they called the swat team under a false alarm with a no-knock warrant at Pride's home, leading him to get beaten up by the officials.

And now as he resumes work in the winter premiere, it looks like the silver lining glowed briefly and is dimming on him and the agents. Here's hoping there are no deaths on the horizon. 'NCIS: New Orleans' Season 7 airs on Sundays at 9 pm on CBS.

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