Alright, "NCIS: New Orleans" folks. It's unfortunately that time of the year ,again, where some of the shows take another brief break, and the new episode 10 of season 3, falls into that category. It turns out that it will be totally missing in action, tonight, as CBS is not even going to give you guys a rerun for it. Apparently, this is the first of a two-week layoff. They're set to give us the new 10th installment on Tuesday night, January 3rd, 2017, so be sure to jot that date down, so you don't miss it.

They're giving us Bull's episode 6 again

CBS did do it some justice by leaving us with the official synopsis description for episode 11, but before we get into that, I'm going to go over CBS's scheduled for tonight. It turns out that they're showing former NCIS' Michael Weatherly's new show: "Bull" in the New Orleans' time slot. It's going to be a rerun of their 6th episode, called: "Bedside Manner." And yes. That's why I cleverly wove that into my subtitle description if you're wondering. You probably didn't wonder, but if you did, that's why.

For those of you who want to support Michael Weatherly's new endeavor, you might want to tune in for "Bull." Apparently, it's doing quite well as CBS recently ordered a full season for it, and TV Line is giving it a "safe bet" rating to get renewed for a new season 2.

Very interesting.

The next one will "Follow The Money"

Alright, so lets go ahead and dive deep, deep into these new description reveals for the next episode for "NCIS: New Orleans." To start things off, it's revealed that they're naming it: "Follow The Money." Since this one involves some shady cartel action, that is probably going to turn out to be a very appropriate title.

Cartel drama and family friends

In the synopsis, we're going to see that there is a very intense FBI cartel case that's constantly being investigated. It gets even more interesting when we find out that Pride actually has a very beloved family friend that's engaged to the lead or number one suspect in the crazy cartel case! They go on to describe that Pride will feel the need to offer protection to this friend.

Will it pay off? Who knows? Because that's where they ended it. Yep, they didn't give us much for this one, so that's all we got. I'm sure there will be a lot more situations to pop up, but the cartel situation will more than likely be the main storyline.

CBS is expected to possibly release a promo clip or two at some point during the week that it's scheduled to air on, so be sure to check for that on the show's official Youtube channel. As of right now, they haven't dropped anything new. They're actually pretty bad about that with most of their shows, especially with this one. Anyways, one other thing, we do have some behind-the-scenes credits to acknowledge. Stacey Black landed the job of directing this episode, and Christopher Silber was brought on to write it. Stay tuned.