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NCIS is going to have a 3-way, one-night stand!
November 11th, 2022 under NCIS. [ Comments: none ]

NCIS is doing something they have never done in their nearly 20-year run. On January 2nd, the CBS dramas are going to have a one-night, three-episode crossover event.

But wait, didn’t the season start out that way? Yes, NCIS, NCIS: LA, and NCIS: Hawaii did a crossover event, but it did not air on the same night. So, that is why this is a first.

The NCISverse crossover will center around a very personal, high-stakes case to take down a mysterious hitman. Team members from the different NCIS divisions come together in Washington, D.C., to celebrate a beloved FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center) professor who taught multiple squads members. On the eve of the celebration, the professor is found dead of an apparent suicide and his former students immediately suspect foul play. While investigating his past, they uncover a mysterious hitman, and the more they dig into it, the bigger the targets on their backs become. Members of the team are suddenly kidnapped and all the agents must come together to take down the assassin and save their own.

I bet if it does well, then The Neighborhood and Bob Hearts Abishola are going to find themselves on another night. As much as I would hate for that to happen, it would make total sense.


The NCISes are doing a crossover event
October 3rd, 2022 under NCIS. [ Comments: none ]

The three currently airing NCISes are doing something they have never done before. They are coming together as one for a crossover event in January.

According to Entertainment Weekly, we can expect to see NCIS’ Gary Cole, Wilmer Valderrama, and Brian Dietzen; NCIS: Los Angeles’ Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J; and NCIS: Hawai’i’s Vanessa Lachey, Yasmine Al-Bustami, and Noah Mills along with a few surprised.

Since the special is still being planned, we don’t know if it will air one night or start on Sunday with LA and wrap on Monday with the mothership and Hawai’i. Personally, I think they should do it as a one-night spectacular. It has worked well for Dick Wolf’s shows.


Do Vanessa Lachey and Wilmer Valderrama have something to tell us?
August 19th, 2022 under Do they have something to tell us?, NCIS, Vanessa Minnillo/Nick Lachey, Wilmer Valderrama. [ Comments: none ]

Photo: Robert Voets/CBS

Vanessa Lachey and Wilmer Valderrama look like they are about to kiss in this photo, so do they have something to tell us? Yes, they do. On September 19th, NCIS and NCIS: Hawaii are going to have a crossover episode for their season premieres.

When it comes to if the two of them will become one like their series for the night, we will just have to tune in to CBS to find out.


NCIS is going on vacation to Hawaii for its season premiere
August 3rd, 2022 under CBS, NCIS. [ Comments: none ]

Robert Voets/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc.

We are just over a month away from the start of the Fall TV season on broadcast. Therefore, we are beginning to get details about the series’ season premieres.

Today, we learned that NCIS and NCIS: Hawaii will start their seasons off with a 2-hour crossover event.

Following the cliffhanger Season 19 finale, with Parker (Gary Cole) still on the run with his ex-wife Vivian (Terri Polo), the team investigates who from his past might have a personal vendetta against him in hopes of clearing Parker’s name. Enlisting the help of NCIS: Hawai’i’s Special Agent Jane Tennant (Vanessa Lachey) and Computer Specialist Ernie Malick (Jason Antoon), who are in town meeting with Director Leon Vance (Rocky Carroll) in preparation for a global military exercise, the group tracks down their prime suspect, The Raven.

The episodes premiere on CBS on September 19th at 9p.


NCIS will not have to investigate any of their shows’ murders
March 31st, 2022 under CBS, NCIS. [ Comments: none ]

CBS announced today that it picked all three of their current NCISes for another season. That means NCIS will be airing its 20th season next season, while NCIS: LA is turning 14 and NCIS: Hawaii is entering its second season.

All three shows’ futures had been questioned throughout the season for different reasons. We did not know how NCIS would do without Mark Harmon, and his departure is barely noticed. Some thought this would be it for LA, and they were wrong. And Hawaii hasn’t really caught on.

These three shows will join The Neighborhood, Bob Hearts Abishola, Survivor, The Amazing Race, CSI: Vegas, Young Sheldon, Ghosts, and Tough As Nails on the 2022-2023 schedule.


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