Alright, "NCIS: New Orleans" fans. I'm back here with a couple of new, official spoilers for you guys. They are for the upcoming 5th episode of "NCIS: New Orleans'" 3rd season. It sounds like we'll see a pretty interesting storyline go down as the FBI and "NCIS New Orleans" crew, combine forces for a possible cartel and foul play situation. New NCIS candidates are interviewed, and more.

The title for episode 5 is pretty good

To start off this spoiler reveal, I'll tell you that CBS has given this episode the title of: "Course Correction," which sounds like a pretty good and fitting title.

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NCIS works with the FBI

Now, on to the official synopsis for episode 5. It turns out that we're going to see the "NCIS: New Orleans" crew decide to partner up with the FBI to look further into the events of recent plane crash that took place in the Bayou.

A link to the cartel is discovered

During their investigation, they will end up, finding out that some foul play took place during this crash. If that's not enough, they're also going to discover that it was linked to the dangerous cartel.

The "NCIS New Orleans" crew looks for a new team member

In addition to that main plotline, CBS also revealed that we'll see some new candidates for the "NCIS: New Orleans" team, get interviewed by Lasalle and Sonja.

Apparently, the team has an open position that needs to be filled, so it'll be interesting to see who the new addition turns out to be.

Episode 5 was written by Chad Gomez Creasey, and Tony Wharmby directed it.

Episode 5 is confirmed to air next week

As of right now, it doesn't look like there will be any delays in the airing of this episode, so you guys should expect to see it air next Tuesday night, October 25th at 9pm Central time. Be sure to make note of that on your TV schedules.

The episode 6 title is revealed

Also, be sure to check back, next week, as I'll be delivering the new, official spoilers for the upcoming 6th episode.

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I'll go ahead and give you guys the title for it. It's labeled, "One Good Man."