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Nov 08, 2016 02:27 PM EST

"NCIS" Season 14 has announced the release of its latest episode "Home of the Brave," and it seemed to bring-in disappointment to its fans when it was not aired due to the Major League baseball game. It thus failed to air at its regular time slot. CBS was flooded with comments about this halt of excitement from fans, despite of the network's effort in making series of promotions for the whole week for all of the episodes of "NCIS" Season 14.

This sudden change of schedule was a decision that was made by the executives of CBS. It was decided since this all-time favorite sports event in America deserves no competition. This reason however is just made-up by "NCIS" fans who are not even interested in baseball. Viewers' excitement for the upcoming season is still continuing, even despite all of the issues surrounding its airing, according to Cinema Blend.

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It can be reviewed from the past few episodes of the series that Tony Gonzalez was the main highlight, and the return of Special Agent Tony Francis is also not yet announced, according to Australian Network News. This time, CBS has released a teaser for its "Home of the Brave" episode. It will also be revealed that Torres have found out, from an episode in the next season, that one case was being looked into by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement thus it prompted him to violate the protocol.

Weatherly is said to be leaving "NCIS" since he was shooting for a lead role in a new show. Robert Wagner will be managing the property of Tony; thus the next season promises of interesting things to happen like conflicting parties will be fighting against each other to convince Robert about giving them the prize, which is Tony's apartment. Twists and turns will fill the "NCIS" Season 14 once it goes back into its usual airing time.


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