Inside Line: Get Scoop on SEAL Team, Criminal Minds, NCIS, New Amsterdam, Chicago Fire, TWD‘s Dog and More!
2024/01/31

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SEAL Team: The strip mall cop who shot Clay in the previous episode will have harsh words directed at him by Sonny in the upcoming two-part season finale. There is still uncertainty about what exactly happened the night of Clay's shooting. The season finale will feature one of the best chase/action sequences in the series.

Criminal Minds: Evolution: The new series will address the outcome of Luke and Penelope Garcia's dinner date right away in their first scene together. The Paramount+ revival will focus more on the interior lives of the BAU agents, including JJ, giving viewers a glimpse into her and husband Will's home and sex life like never before.

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The Walking Dead: Dog is currently with some bad soldiers who took him. Due to COVID production reasons, Dog was not used as much in the latest season. However, the character is still alive and is being kept by the Commonwealth soldiers.

9-1-1: Anirudh Pisharody, who plays Ravi, may return to the show for the springtime half of the season as he is currently busy filming ABC's Big Sky.

Titans: Donna, Jason Todd, and Dawn will not all be appearing this season. The showrunner confirmed that only one of them will make an appearance.

NCIS: Agent Knight's backstory will be explored in the November 21 episode, which features Kasie spending Thanksgiving with Jess and her sister Robin.

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Ginny & Georgia: The second season is expected to premiere in early 2023.

Chicago Fire: While Sylvie and Severide have not interacted much on the show, there will be a significant moment later in the season where they work together to save someone, deepening their connection.

Accused: Malcolm-Jamal Warner is only in one episode of the anthology series, so his role does not indicate his departure from The Resident.

Chesapeake Shores: The cover of Chris Daughtry's "Home" at the end of the finale was sung by indie artist Debra-Jean Creelman.

New Amsterdam: Showrunner David Schulner promised that there will be more surprises for Sharpwin fans in future episodes, indicating that we haven't seen the last of Helen Sharpe and actress Freema Agyeman.

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Avalon: The show, starring Neve Campbell, was not included in the midseason schedule, but it is still in production and doing well.

NCIS/Los Angeles/Hawaii crossover: There is speculation that the crossover may include a rescue mission to save Hetty, but no confirmation or details have been provided yet.

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