NCIS, FBI and 'FBI: Most Wanted' Will Not Air New Episodes This Week

Three fan-favorite shows will not be airing tonight, much to the disappointment of their fans who have been waiting for the new episodes.

When "NCIS" aired its last episode, it left fans with an unconcluded love story. Since then, viewers have been awaiting the return of the next one, and it seems they will have to wait longer.

A post shared by the show on Instagram revealed that it is going on a short break, and will not return until February 11th. The series returned on January 7th after taking a break in December.

Pride and the NCIS team hope to take down a secret and lethal group of former intelligence agents and avenge the death of someone close to them, on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, Jan. 8 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network | Photo: Getty Images

Pride and the NCIS team hope to take down a secret and lethal group of former intelligence agents and avenge the death of someone close to them, on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, Jan. 8 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network | Photo: Getty Images

Since its return, fans have seen some of their favorite characters like "Nick Torres" fight for their lives. He was hit by "Xavier Zolotov" in a brutal accident, and the next episode will tackle it.

The "Lonely Hearts" titled episode will also focus on Valentine's Day, which is later that week. It will bring back an old love interest for "Leroy Gibbs," and an undisclosed admirer for "Jacqueline Sloane."

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"NCIS" will not air because of the State of the Union broadcast happening tonight. The program will also affect two more shows, "FBI" and "FBI: Most Wanted."

The two shows won't air as the State of the Union broadcast will still be on during their time slot. The series will return next week with two action-packed episodes.

Viewers will see "Ziva" once again; she returned, looking for the team's help to take down a criminal she has been after

On "FBI," the episode titled "Legacy" will see "OA" portrayed by Zeeko Zaki, decide if he can trust an old friend. FMW "Invincible" episode will see "Ken Crosby" deal with personal issues brought on by their latest case.

The good news is that the shows will not leave their fans without comfort. The three CBS series will air reruns while viewers count down the days to their return.

"NCIS" fans will get to re-watch the first episode of season 17 titled, "Out of the Darkness." Viewers will see "Ziva" once again; she returned, looking for the team's help to take down a criminal she has been after.

The team rallied around the woman they thought was dead and achieved closure at the end. The episode is perfect for a rerun as "Ziva" is a fan-favorite character, and is still loved by them.

"NCIS" returns next Tuesday at 8/7c. "FBI" returns at 9/8c, immediately followed by "FBI: Most Wanted" at 10/9c.

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