‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Actors Sue CBS After Claiming They Were ‘Nearly Killed’ During Heist Scene

We are weeks away from NCIS: New Orleans Premiere season 7. However, the drama has already started around the set. After the 2017 outlook went wrong, actors from the show are claiming CBS.

CBS and the ‘NCIS’ franchise are fairly divided

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With delayed start date – thanks to pandemic coronavirus shutdown (COVID-19) – NCIS: New Orleans he will return in a few weeks. The November 8 premiere, “Something in the Air, Part I,” taps into everything that’s happening with COVID-19.

Pride sends Tammy (Vanessa Ferlito) and Carter (newcomer season 6, Charles Michael Davis) to investigate a suspicious death aboard a submarine-wrecked humanitarian boat, where they are on board one once they learn that some of the team are infected with the deadly disease, ”the summary show. “Wade (CCH Pounder) is also overwhelmed by the number of groups entering the morgue because of COVID-19. ”

That said, Chelsea Field (who is married to real-life boss Scott Bakula) said his series is now a regular.

“Rita has reassessed her life. She’s been pushing papers in boring office work, ”said Field Insider Tbh. “Her relationship with Pride is easy, but she feels they need to explain a little more. ”

NCIS: New Orleans, Premieres Season 7 Sunday, Nov. 8 at 9:30 ET on CBS.

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