When “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” hit TV screens back in 2000, it changed the face of cop shows forever. No longer were detectives supposed to rely on their intuition to solve cases, but instead, the evidence became key.
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The “NCIS” finale turned out to be a shocker. Tony (Michael Weatherly), Ziva (Cote de Pablo) and McGee (Sean Murray) resigned, laying their badges down on Vance’s desk, and four months later, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) is on a mission that finds him pointing his sniper rifle at Senior FBI Agent T.C. Fornell (Joe Spano). We are left with the question: Is Fornell the target? Or is it someone he is guarding?
In last week’s penultimate “NCIS” episode of the season, guest star Colin Hanks accused Gibbs (Mark Harmon) of manipulating evidence and obstructing justice — and to do so, he brought not just two but four men with him to place Gibbs under arrest.
With the CBS Upfronts just days away, the future of ‘NCIS: Red’ will soon be determined. If it does get a pickup, it would be the third spinoff in the series, which began with “JAG,” moved to “NCIS,” and was followed by “NCIS: Los Angeles.”
Despite the fact that on last week’s episode of “NCIS” Director Leon Vance (Rocky Carroll) told Ziva David (Cote de Pablo) that Homeland would have to handle the Ilan Bodnar… More
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. Last week’s episode of “NCIS” gave viewers a jaw-dropping jolt when, in the final moments of the show,… More
“NCIS” is lining up a season finale to remember. “Dexter” villain Colin Hanks has signed on to guest star in the final two episodes of the season, TVLine reports. Hanks… More
“Criminal Minds” star Kirsten Vangsness topped a list on Thursday of the most appealing TV actors among faith-based audiences, while Sandra Bullock was the most popular movie star among that group.
There’s star power and then there’s bankability. And if you have both, you’re really golden. In its annual jobs survey, Parade magazine reveals the annual salaries of some of TV’s… More
CBS announced two-hour season finales Monday for “Survivor,” “The Amazing Race,” “Criminal Minds” and “Elementary.”