Alright, "Scorpion" fans. I know you guys got used to new episodes and spoilers every week, but unfortunately I'm going to have to tell you that your luck has run out with this new episode 10 of the show's current season 3. It turns out that, for some reason,CBS will just be showing a rerun of the show, next week, on November 28th. The rerun that they'll be airing is the one, titled: "The Old College Try," where Walter and company went undercover at a university to track down a hacker whose ultimate goal was to make the entire global economy, collapse!

Mark December 5th down

If you've seen it during its original airing, you'll probably want to make other plans, tonight.

For those of you who haven't seen it, you might want to check it out. It's a good episode. Whatever the case, CBS won't giving you the new episode 10 until Monday night, December 5th, 2016 at 9pm central time, so be sure to make note of that on your TV calendars.

We were able to find a title for the next episode

We were able to dig up a title for episode 10. They're calling it: "This Is The Pits." Unfortunately, that's all we got, because when these breaks happen, CBS doesn't usually release their official synopsis spoilers until a later time, because they have more time to do so. They could release it any day now, so we'll keep our eyes peeled for it.

Scorpion was given the most episodes on CBS

It's possible that CBS might release a new promo/spoiler clip, tonight, after episode 9 airs, so you might want to be on the lookout for it, because it will give you guys some idea of what you can expect to see go down in "This Is The Pits." The show is currently scheduled to air 25 episodes this season, which one of the biggest orders that CBS has put out, so this show must be doing quite well in the ratings.

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There should be too many long breaks

This also means we won't see too many extended breaks for it. There may be a few weeks during the Winter break, but it certainly won't last as long as many of their other shows with shorter orders attached to them. Actually, I just learned that scorpion originally only got a 24 episode order, but it's doing so well that CBS ordered an extra episode. And just like I thought, no other CBS show has a bigger order.

The only other ones that even come close with 24 episodes are their hit comedy: "The Big Bang Theory," and their hit dramas: "NCIS" and "Grey's Anatomy." Stay tuned.