NCIS New Orleans Season 3 came back with a bang! After ending season 2 with a few hanging questions, the TV series returns with a few answers and even more wringers.
Season 3 returned sans one of its lead characters, Agent Meredith Brody, played by Zoe McLellan. Brody left after her failed romance with a mole in the past season. Thankfully though, fans won’t be without any excitement as a new female agent joins the crew. FBI Special Agent Tammy Gergorio, played by Vanessa Ferlito, is being sent to NOLA from DC; and she’s bringing in a few skeletons with her. A secret that might just rock NCIS New Orleans Season 3.
“They do their thing. It’s very isolated. They have their way. And here she comes and she’s causing an uproar. She’s out of control. They don’t really know at first, though, with what’s going on,” Ferlito explained, notes Wiat.com.
What is her big secret? Fans will have to stay tuned to find out.
Agent Percy, Agent Lasalle Fall in Love?
Aside from a new character, a new love story is also brooding in New Orleans. Sepcial Agent Percy and Special Agent Lasalle ended last season with a flirty hug that hints at a possible romance. Well, NCIS New Orleans Season 3 will reveal whether the two will get on the love train. According to Shalita Grant, who play Percy, the first few episodes would reveal more about their growing affection for each other.
“You want to talk about that hug, though…at the end of season two? What’s that about!” Grant teased.
“That’s crazy! So we come back…Percy and Lasalle, but more so Percy is like, ‘that was crazy. That was wild.’ So the first few episodes, you’re going to watch Percy and Lasalle figure out this new terrain, because there were some sparks there.”
NCIS New Orleans Season 3 Filming
The series will be filming at Harahan, Louisiana this week. Jefferson Parish residents, you may see a few film sets and series crew running around the city. However, the filming may also bring some disturbances as officials issues a warning that it “could get loud.”
“Specifically, the sequence on Thursday, which will be filmed between noon and 8 p.m., will include special effects explosions, residents are being advised. Local fire and police officials will be on hand to monitor the shoot,” reports NOLA.com.
For any concerns, you may call the Jefferson Parish Film Office at 504 736 6100.