Monday’s episode of NCIS was Mark Harmon’s final one as the lead of the long-running CBS procedural. He exits the show after 18 years of playing Leroy Jethro Gibbs, dating back to the character’s introduction on JAG in 2003. Though Harmon is leaving the series, CBS’s longest-running and most watched current scripted show, executive producer and showrunner Steven D. Binder left the door open for Gibbs to return sometime in the future.
The good news: Leroy Jethro Gibbs is indeed alive and well. But is he ready to rejoin his NCIS team?
CBS’s decision to keep the specifics of NCIS star Mark Harmon‘s alleged “limited” Season 19 commitment under wraps is beginning to make sense. Multiple sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that Harmon is slated to appear in a relatively small number of episodes next season. One insider close to the CBS procedural said: “It’s going to be in the low single digits.” Another source says the actor will make only “a few” appearances throughout the season.
NCIS will return for its 19th season with star Mark Harmon aboard, CBS announced on Thursday. Additionally, the network renewed Blue Bloods, S.W.A.T., Bull and Magnum PI.
Just over a year after first cryptically alluding to “multiple physical assaults” on the NCIS set, Pauley Perrette has shed more light on her claims — and in doing do put series lead Mark Harmon in the crosshairs.
The renewal comes after NCIS star and executive producer Mark Harmon has signed a new agreement with the series’ producer, CBS TV Studios, to continue on the long-running crime procedural.
NCIS star and executive producer Mark Harmon has signed a new two-year agreement to continue on the CBS/CBS TV Studios series. With him on board, the long-running crime procedural drama has been renewed for the 2018-19 broadcast season.
NCIS star and executive producer Mark Harmon has closed a new two-year deal with CBS TV Studios, the studio behind the hit CBS drama. With Harmon on board, the veteran crime procedural has been renewed for two seasons, matching Harmon’s deal term.
The Oscars host and the NCIS star topped the list compiled from a survey by The Harris Poll.
A ratings bockbuster for CBS, NCIS — which airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. — has been television’s top scripted drama since the 2009-2010 season. In its current 10th season, the program has been averaging a 4.2 rating/12 share in the 18-49 demographic most important to advertisers, and 21.5 million total viewers, a 7% increase over last year.