NCIS: Los Angeles

Aired: Oct 27, 2019 , Sunday at 21:00 on CBS

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Episode Summary: The NCIS team searches for a stolen painting valued at $40 million after online chatter indicates the artwork is being sold on the black market to fund terrorist activity.
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