Broadcast TV series are very slowly and cautiously heading back to production amid the coronavirus pandemic. CBS drama stalwart NCIS and spinoff NCIS: Los Angeles have been assigned tentative dates to start production on their upcoming seasons under strict COVID-19 protocols — Sept. 9 for the mothership series and Sept. 3 for NCIS: L.A. Both series, produced by CBS TV Studios, film in Los Angeles.
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.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “NCIS” star Pauley Perrette says she’s leaving the CBS crime drama after this season following 15 years on the show. Perrette plays pigtailed forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on the CBS show. She confirmed reports of her departure on Twitter on Wednesday, writing that “there have been all kinds of false rumors as to […]
Gary Glasberg, the longtime showrunner of CBS’s NCIS and creator of spinoff NCIS: New Orleans, died Wednesday in Los Angeles. CBS said he died in his sleep.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — CBS says Wilmer Valderrama is joining the cast of “NCIS” as a character who’s charismatic but unpredictable. In a statement Thursday, “NCIS” executive producer Gary Glasberg said fans will get to see the actor in a new light. Valderrama gained attention on the sitcom “That ’70s Show.” He has drama credits […]
Although NBC’s The Voice rated highest with adults 25-54, CBS topped Tuesday’s primetime ratings, largely propelled by its 8 p.m. drama NCIS, which drew the night’s largest total audience.
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.
NCIS favorite Michael Weatherly is exiting the CBS drama after 13 seasons. The actor will make his final appearance as Special Agent Tony DiNozzo at the end of this season.
A Los Angeles Superior Court jury has ordered CBS to pay $10.4 million in connection with the death of a security guard who was killed in an freak accident on the set of NCIS in Santa Clarita, Calif.
Years after the rise of Netflix and YouTube, traditional television is thriving. Americans are watching more broadcast and cable television than ever — five hours a day — and they are simply adding more time with videos by watching online.
CBS’s position as the network with the most viewers is amplified in a new poll that has four of its shows topping the list of America’s favorites. Based on the Harris poll of nearly 2,300 adults, The Big Bang Theory, NCIS, Criminal Minds and CSI lead the rundown.
On Wednesday, CBS confirmed that Cote de Pablo is not coming back for the 11th season of the network’s hit drama NCIS this fall, although she will appear long enough for her character Ziva David to finish out her storyline. CBS and producer CBS TV Studios said in a joint statement that the decision was de Pablo’s to end her eight-year run on the show.
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.
McCallum is one of four original cast members whose contracts are up at the end of this season, along with Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette and Sean Murray.
Which TV show is No. 1 these days in broadcast TV? Increasingly, it depends on your point of view: popularity, advertising-wise, or something in between.
NCIS celebrates its success as No. 1 and its unusual longevity with a special 200th episode tonight that its producers and publicists have been planning since last spring.
CBS surged again last night, pulling ahead of usual Tuesday winner Fox on the strength of NCIS, the evening’s highest-rated program. CBS averaged a 3.3 adults 18-49 rating and 9 share, 14% ahead of No. 2 Fox with a 2.9/8. It marked CBS’s second straight nightly win, coming after its sitcom lineup saw gains on Monday night.