There’s a whole lot of shake up going on “NCIS” when CBS’ No. 1 drama returns for its 11th season, what with the departure of Cote de Pablo, who plays Ziva, after the first two episodes, and figuring out how to reinstate Tony (Michael Weatherly) and McGee (Sean Murray), who resigned in the finale in an attempt to save Gibbs’ (Mark Harmon) career.
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By Jethro Nededog CBS is looking to expand its “NCIS” franchise once again. The broadcast network has greenlit a backdoor pilot that will air over two episodes during the series’… More
Life comes with few chances to witness a fundamental law being turned on its head. But last season 18.5 million viewers did just that every week, tuning to “NCIS” to certify it as one of TV’s highest-rated shows and, even more impressively, make it a series whose audience after 10 seasons has expanded, not shriveled, with age.
“NCIS” has found the favorite to replace the departing Cote de Pablo. The series is bringing in Emily Wickersham to join the cast for its 11th season, according to E!… More
With Cote de Pablo on her way out of “NCIS,” executive producer Gary Glasberg offered words of comfort to shocked fans. CBS.com posted a letter from Glasberg reassuring fans who… More
There may be a lot of buzz about all the rookie shows debuting on TV this fall, but the returning series won’t be overshadowed! From major cliffhanger resolutions to major cast departures, here are 10 hotly anticipated shows viewers are looking forward to coming back.
Fans of “NCIS” were shocked with the news that longtime star Cote de Pablo would be leaving the popular CBS series in the new season. According to E! News, in… More
Cote de Pablo’s decision to not re-up for another season of playing Special Agent Ziva David on the CBS hit “NCIS” caught executive producer/showrunner Gary Glasberg by surprise, he told… More
“NCIS” fans were hit with a shocker in early July when its leading lady Cote de Pablo announced she was leaving the show. But the network didn’t let her go without a fight.
A principios de este mes, la actriz chilena Cote de Pablo anunció que iba a dejar el programa “NCIS” después de ocho años. Ayer, el presidente CBS Les Moonves declaró que su cadena de televisión hizo todo lo posible para mantenerla en el show.