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'NCIS' Season 11 Spoilers For Episode 14, Spin-Off Series News Announced (VIDEO)

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By Emma Koonse , Christian Post Reporter
February 4, 2014|3:53 pm

"NCIS" season 11 is in full swing with spoilers leaking about Episode 14 this week, just as reports about a spin-off series surfaced on Tuesday.

The latest episode of "NCIS" will air on CBS on Tues. Nov. 4, entitled "Monsters and Men." Spoilers include that the villainous Benham Parsa (portrayed by Karan Oberoi) is linked to another murder while Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham) reveals more about the "monster."

Furthermore, Tim Mghee (Sean Murray) is still feeling guilty over the Parsa bombing that left Delilah (Margo Harshman) paralyzed, but Leroy (portrayed by Mark Harmon) is filling in as a mentor and abating his culpability.

"The murder of a port authority officer reveals Parsa's possible whereabouts, as the team continues their tireless hunt," the caption reads on a promotional video for the episode, published on YouTube. "Meanwhile, Bishop reveals her past association with the elusive terrorist."

Despite what Tuesday's episode will reveal, "NCIS" is preparing to celebrate its 250th episode, and the popular series has inspired a spin-off series set in New Orleans, according to a report from Entertainment Weekly.

"The NCIS New Orleans office handles cases from Pensacola through Mississippi and Louisiana to the Texas panhandle," details from CBS on the pilot indicated. "New Orleans with its rich setting of music, fun and debauchery is a magnet for military personnel on-leave. And with fun comes trouble. It is a natural backdrop for a unique character driven spin-off."

Moreover, NBC's latest "NCIS" spin-off will star Scott Bakula, according to EW. The Golden Globe-winning actor will portray a character described as "a unique federal agent working in one of this country's most unique cities."

The spin-off pilot is set for a two-part premiere in CBS this spring.

"NCIS" airs on CBS at 8 p.m. EST.

 

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