CBS Replaces Tonight’s ‘NCIS’ & ‘NCIS:NOLA’ With Repeats


CBS was originally scheduled to air new episodes of NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans tonight. However, the network posted a press release yesterday, indicating that they have replaced the primetime schedule with repeats instead. This is likely to avoid competing with Game 6 of the World Series, which airs tonight on FOX. “Home of the Brave” and “One Good Man” are now scheduled to air on November 15. Here’s information about tonight’s repeats:

NCIS will re-air the 300th episode, “Scope”, at 8:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the synopsis (from the original press release):

The NCIS team re-examines an ambush on a group of Special Ops snipers in Iraq after an American couple is attacked in the same area six months later. When Gibbs discovers he needs the account of the lone survivor, Marine Gunnery Sergeant Aaron Davis (Taye Diggs), he tries to connect with the wounded warrior who is being treated for PTSS at Walter Reed Medical Center.

NCIS: NOLA will re-air “Billy and the Kid” from season two at 10:00pm ET/PT. Here’s the episode description (from the original press release):

The murder of a Marine provides new clues in the first case Pride and Lasalle ever worked together, just before Hurricane Katrina struck the city and washed away any evidence. Also, the team celebrates Thanksgiving together in Pride’s bar.

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