‘NCIS New Orleans’ Season 3 Spoilers: Explosions Expected In Harahan, New Love Story Brewing?
NCIS: New Orleans season 3 returns with a bang, as the show’s premiere episode starts to shed light on the events which transpired at the end of season 2.Advertisement
The latest season of the hit crime series is anticipated to keep viewers at the edge of their seats, as events are expected to come to a head: a mole may have infiltrated the system, a budding romance between two of the show’s leading characters, and a possible explosion that could rock the city!
And there’s more, as the elite forensics team welcomes into its fold FBI Special Agent Tammy Gergorio, who is portrayed by Vanessa Ferlito.
And her role in the scheme of things in NCIS New Orleans season 3?
She is sent by Washington to look into issues that seem to be hampering the performance of the New Orleans team, according to Wiat.com.
But there’s caveat: Gergorio is staying in town for a while, while keeping a secret of her own from her new teammates.
Ferlito shared her thoughts on the show and how she thinks her character will affect the way her team carries out its delicate tasks.
“They do their thing. It’s very isolated. They have their way,” the American actress said.
“And here she comes and she’s causing an uproar. She’s out of control,” she added.
However, Agent Ferlito isn’t the only one keeping secrets in NCIS New Orleans season 3, as Special Agent Percy (Shalita Grant) and Special Agent Lasalle (Lucas Black) ended season two with a hug that was way beyond platonic.
“That’s crazy! So we come back… Yeah… Percy and Lasalle, but more so Percy is like, ‘that was crazy. That was wild,” Grant said.
In the meantime, residents living in Jefferson Parish city have been warned by the show’s production crew that filming for the latest season could get quite a bit loud, according to Nola.
In particular, the sequence that was filmed on Thursday was said to include special effects explosions, which is more than an indication that things could get serious – and deadly – on the series.