Alright, so we've got some really intense-sounding, new spoiler reveals for the upcoming "NCIS: Los Angeles" episode 15 of season 8. They were delivered straight from the CBS folks by way of their latest press release. It turns out that we're going to see a major betrayal get found out by one of the NCIS L.A. agents as it's someone they least expected. We're also going to see the team be heavily distraught when the mole goes to work, torturing one of them, and more!

Some brutal treatment

CBS also included a title for this episode in their press release.

It turns out that the producers decided to call it: "Payback." So, that's a pretty short and sweet title. Getting into the official description, we'll start things off with this crazy mole situation. There's definitely going to be some major trouble going down as the mole has just gone way too far. One of the agents has been kidnapped by the mole and held in a location that's currently unknown to the team, and some torture sessions are being inflicted on the agent.

This situation will really cause the team to get very emotional. They didn't give away any other details, so we're going to have to tune in to see if the team can successfully pull off some sort of a rescue attempt ,and to see what kind of plan they can come up with to find the agent.

One thing we can be sure of, is this scene is going deliver a lot of suspense and intrigue.

A surprising change of sides

Next, in this last teaser, they tell us that there's going to be a huge scandal of sorts. It will involve one of the male NCIS agents. Apparently, he's going to find out that a huge betrayal has taken place.

What makes things even worse, is that he will discover that this betrayal has been enacted by someone he least expected, so it'll be a major shocker. They didn't elaborate on which agent this is, or what the betrayal consisted of. So, that's definitely some intel that we'll be interested in finding out. Hopefully, the promo clip that's set to drop after tonight's episode 14 airs, will give us those details.

If not, we'll just have to wait until this 15th installment actually airs, to get that intel.

A pretty long wait for this one

Alright, so that's all CBS was willing to dish out for this press release. We do have some production credits to mention. Jordana Lewis Jaffe was brought on to write the script, and Terrence O'Hara did the directing duties. One more important thing to mention, is that we're going to have to wait three whole weeks to see episode 15, because it's not due to air until Sunday night, February 19th, 2017 at 9pm central time, so be sure to make note of that on your TV calendars, and stay tuned.