CBS hit Police procedural, Military action drama, NCIS: Los Angeles is currently airing its thirteenth season. The show debuted on CBS on September 22, 2009, and its ongoing season premiered on October 10, 2021. As of yet, the season has released fourteen episodes.

The channel has provided another episode’s details. The seventeenth episode of season 13 is titled “Genesis,” It is scheduled to hit the screens on Sunday, APRIL 24.

In the episode, the team of agents will help Akhil Ali locate a fellow officer who has gone missing while recruiting foreign assets as potential sources of intelligence. While focusing on the case, the episode will also focus on Callen and Nate Getz, who will be tracking down a man Callen believes was present for his training in his youth.

The show is currently on its way to concluding its thirteenth season, and its 300th episode is scheduled to hit the platforms in May 2022. The episode will provide major Intel on Special Agent Sam Hanna’s personal life by introducing viewers to his father.

According to TVLine, the character will be played by Richard Gant. He will begin a recurring role as Sam’s father in the high octane drama’s milestone hour, titled “Work & Family.” The 300th episode will be broadcasted on Sunday, May 8, 2022.

Reaching the 300th episode is a milestone for every show. Completing this run deserves celebration, and the team of our favorite characters also celebrated and shared their happiness on achieving such a huge number. The whole cast and crew shared their excitement through Twitter handles.

CBS Studios took to Twitter to share pictures of the cast posing in front of a giant cake commemorating the occasion. The caption reads, “Can’t stop smiling at these pics of our #NCISLA besties celebrating 300 incredible episodes. Congrats, fam and I’ll stop by later for a slice of that epic cake”.

Along with them, we also saw some snaps in which we could almost feel their happiness. The actors also shared their thoughts and joy with their fans through their respective online platforms with the CBS studios.

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