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NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10 Episode 18: ‘Born to Run’And Title

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10 Episode 17

In this post, we are going to talk about NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 18 where to watch, and spoilers. However, the seventeenth episode is yet to be broadcasted while writing, the main intention of the article is to guide the fans who would be finding the streaming details of the eighteenth episode after watching the seventeenth episode. The article would contain spoilers from the seventeenth episode in the paragraph below.

As we know, the seventeenth episode will be all about Kensi and Deeks’ wedding, which would be a memorable day for the team and the couple, as well as the fans. Everyone has been waiting for the moment, and we are supposed to enjoy it now. Also, we are supposed to see Anatoli Kirkin in the episode which would be coming in to meet Deeks, with someone who is not disclosed. I know you might be knowing the person while you see this, but I am clueless! Now, let’s talk about the eighteenth episode.

The show is now seventeen episodes deep into the tenth season, and the eighteenth episode is supposed to drop next week. The eighteenth episode of NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 is projected to release on 24 March 2019. The show is broadcasted on the CBS channel at 9 PM every Sunday. The next episode is titled ‘Born to Run.’

The show can also be watched online on the CBS app, where viewers just have to provide their existing cable TV subscription details to log in. Moreover, viewers can also stream NCIS: Los Angeles on Hulu, Roku by streaming CBS channel at the mentioned time. The following paragraph will contain spoilers from the eighteenth episode!

The eighteenth episode will feature Sydney seeking for help from her sister Nell over her high school love interest, Andre Martinez, who would be seen involved in a Russian intrigue to steal intelligence reports from Department of Defense. On top of it, we will see Special Prosecutor John Rogers doing his duty to check on the team’s performance.