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NCISNetwork: CBS
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: September 23, 2003 — present
Series status:Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, David McCallum, Sean Murray, Cote de Pablo, Lauren Holly, Brian Dietzen, Sasha Alexander, Rocky Carroll, Joe Spano, Scottie Thompson, Pancho Demmings, and Stephanie Mello.

TV show description:      
In this spin-off of JAG, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) investigates crimes to people or property affiliated with the U.S. Marine Corp. or U.S. Navy.

Major Case Response Team Supervisor (MCRT) for the NCIS, Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon), demands the very best from his team. They include immature, ex-homicide detective Anthony Dinozzo (Michael Weatherly); ex-Secret Service agent Caitlin “Kate” Todd (Sasha Alexander); Goth forensic specialist Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette); MIT graduate Timothy McGee (Sean Murray); and medical examiner Dr. “Ducky” Mallard (David McCallum). Cases investigated include an Air Force commander dying on Air force One, a Navy lieutenant gone missing, and bodies appearing at a Naval base. But no case hits as close to home as when team member Kate is killed by a terrorist. In their grief, the team bands together, with the help of Mossad Ziva David (Cote de Pablo), to avenge her death. Ziva then joins the unit in Kate’s place.

When NCIS Director Thomas Morrow (Alan Dale) leaves his position for Homeland Security, Jenny Shepard (Lauren Holly) takes his place. This proves to be a distraction for Gibbs as the two have a personal history. Later on, Leon Vance (Rocky Carroll) becomes the NCIS Director.



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NCIS (TV series)

For the franchise, see NCIS (franchise).

2003 American military drama/police procedural television series

NCIS is an Americanpolice procedural television series, revolving around a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service combining elements of the militarydrama and police proceduralgenres. The concept and characters were initially introduced in two episodes of the CBS series JAG (season eight episodes 20 and 21: "Ice Queen" and "Meltdown"). The show, a spin-off from JAG, premiered on September 23, 2003, on CBS. To date it has entered into the eighteenth full season and has gone into broadcast syndication on the USA Network. Donald P. Bellisario and Don McGill are co-creators and executive producers of the premiere member of the NCIS franchise. As of 2021[update], it is the second-longest-running scripted, non-animated U.S. primetime TV series currently airing, surpassed only by Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999–present), and is the 7th-longest-running scripted U.S. primetime TV series overall.

The series originally had the partly redundant title Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service; this was later shortened to NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service and then to NCIS. In season six, a two-part episode led to a spin-off series, NCIS: Los Angeles. A two-part episode during the eleventh season led to a second spin-off series, NCIS: New Orleans. While initially slow in the ratings, barely cracking the Top 30 in the first two seasons, the third season showed progress, consistently ranking in the top 20, and by its sixth season, it became a top-five hit, having remained there since. In 2011, NCIS was voted America's favorite television show in an online Harris Poll. The series finished its tenth season as the most-watched television series in the U.S. during the 2012–13 network television season. NCIS was renewed for an eighteenth season on May 3, 2020,[1] which premiered on November 17, 2020.[2] On April 15, 2021, NCIS was renewed for a nineteenth season, which premiered on September 20, 2021.[3][4]

Premise[edit]

NCIS follows a fictional team of Naval Criminal Investigative Service Major Case Response Team (MCRT) special agents based at the Washington, D.C. field office in Washington Navy Yard.[5] The team is led by Supervisory Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a Marine vet and seasoned Investigator.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main articles: List of NCIS cast members and List of NCIS characters

Mark Harmon stars as Leroy Jethro Gibbs
(from left) Duane Henry, Brian Dietzen, Sean Murray; (right) Wilmer Valderrama

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of NCIS episodes

NCIS was renewed for an eighteenth season on May 3, 2020,[6][7] which premiered on November 17, 2020.[8] As of October 11, 2021,[update] 418 episodes of NCIS have aired.

Backdoor pilots[edit]

JAG[edit]

Two episodes of JAG season 8, "Ice Queen" and "Meltdown", serve as the backdoor pilot of NCIS itself.

These JAG episodes introduced the characters of Jethro Gibbs, Anthony DiNozzo, Vivian Blackadder, Abby Sciuto, and Donald "Ducky" Mallard.

Patrick Labyorteaux appears on NCIS reprising his JAG role as Lt. Bud Roberts in the first-season episode "Hung Out to Dry", and in the fourteenth-season episode "Rogue" and the season fifteen episode "Dark Secrets"; Alicia Coppola returned as Lt. Cmdr. Faith Coleman in "UnSEALed", "Call of Silence", and "Hometown Hero", while Adam Baldwin returned as Cmdr. Michael Rainer in "A Weak Link", and John M. Jackson appeared as retired Rear Admiral A. J. Chegwidden in the season ten episode "Damned If You Do".

NCIS: Los Angeles[edit]

The two-part NCIS episode "Legend" serves as the backdoor pilot of NCIS: Los Angeles.

"Legend" introduces Chris O'Donnell as G. Callen, LL Cool J as Sam Hanna, Daniela Ruah as Kensi Blye, and Barrett Foa as Eric Beale.

Rocky Carroll recurs on NCIS: Los Angeles as his NCIS character Director Leon Vance, while Pauley Perrette has appeared twice as Abby, and Michael Weatherly has appeared once as Anthony DiNozzo. NCIS guest stars reprising roles between series include David Dayan Fisher as CIA Officer Trent Kort, in the season finale of NCIS: Los Angeles; Kelly Hu as Lee Wuan Kai in NCIS: Los Angeles and later in an episode of NCIS.

John M. Jackson has appeared on NCIS: Los Angeles as his JAG character Admiral A. J. Chegwidden, while this series has also crossed over with Hawaii Five-0 and Scorpion.

NCIS: New Orleans[edit]

The two-part NCIS episode "Crescent City" serves as the backdoor pilot of NCIS: New Orleans.

"Crescent City" introduces Scott Bakula as Dwayne Pride, Lucas Black as Christopher LaSalle, Zoe McLellan as Meredith Brody, and CCH Pounder as Loretta Wade.

Rocky Carroll recurs as Director Leon Vance, while NCIS series regulars Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, Sean Murray, Emily Wickersham, Wilmer Valderrama, David McCallum and Brian Dietzen have all appeared as their NCIS characters. NCIS recurring cast members Meredith Eaton, Joe Spano, Diane Neal, and Leslie Hope have all guest-starred on NCIS: New Orleans.

Production[edit]

A look at behind the scenes filming in 2009.

Name[edit]

Before the launch of the first season, advertisements on CBS identified the show as "Naval CIS". By the time of the launch of the first episode, NCIS was airing under the name Navy NCIS, the name it held for the entire first season. Since the "N" in NCIS stands for "Naval", the name "Navy NCIS" was redundant. The decision to use this name was reportedly made by CBS, over the objections of Bellisario,[9] to:

  • Attract new viewers (particularly those of JAG), who might not know the NCIS abbreviation
  • Distinguish between NCIS and the similarly themed and similarly spelled CBS series CSI and its spinoffs. (The original title, for instance, was often misquoted and parodied as "Navy CSI", something the show itself referenced in the first episode.)[10]

Development[edit]

In 2011, NCIS was voted America's favorite television show in an online Harris Poll.[11]NCIS finished its tenth season as the most-watched television series in the U.S. during the 2012–13 network television season.[12]Diona Reasonover joined the main cast in season sixteen,[13] following the departures of Duane Henry and Pauley Perrette.[14]NCIS was renewed for a seventeenth season on April 11, 2019,[15] which premiered on September 24, 2019,[16] and for an eighteenth season in May 2020. The season premiered on November 17, 2020.[17]

Flair[edit]

From the season two episode "Lt. Jane Doe" onwards, the series began showing two-second-long black-and-white clips. These clips (called "phoofs")[18] are shown at the beginning of every segment depicting the last two seconds of that segment, a segment being the five or six portions of the show meant to be separated by commercials. In the season three premiere, "Kill Ari (Part I)", a freeze-frame shot was also used with the very end of most episodes turned into a freeze frame, as well.

Crew changes[edit]

It was reported in May 2007, that Donald P. Bellisario would be stepping down from the show.[19] Due to a disagreement with series star Mark Harmon, Bellisario's duties as showrunner/head writer were to be given to long-time show collaborators, including co-executive producer Chas. Floyd Johnson and Shane Brennan, with Bellisario retaining his title as executive producer.[20] In fall 2009,[clarification needed]Gary Glasberg joined the crew and became the new "day-to-day" runner of NCIS because Shane Brennan had to focus on his new show, the spin-off NCIS: Los Angeles.[21] On September 28, 2016, Glasberg died in his sleep at the age of 50.[22][23]

Release[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

NCIS airs on Network Ten and TV Hits (formerly TV1)[24] in Australia,[25][26][27][28][29][30][31]Global (syndicated on Showcase and Lifetime) in Canada, TV3 and The Box in New Zealand, Seriale+ (premieres), TVN (free-TV premieres), TVN7 (reruns), AXN (reruns), (India) Fox Crime, Star World India (Pakistan) ARY Digital, ARY Zindagi and TV Puls (reruns) in Poland, CBS Justice, Channel 5 and 5USA in the United Kingdom, M6 in France, and RTÉ2 on Wednesdays at 11pm in Ireland, Rai 2 in Italy.

Home media[edit]

Main article: List of NCIS home video releases

The first 17 seasons of NCIS have been released in Regions 1, 2, and 4. In Germany (Region 2), seasons 1–4 and 5–8 were released in two separate sets for each season. The first-season DVD omits the two introductory episodes from season eight of JAG, though they are featured on the JAG season eight DVD.

Other releases[edit]

In 2010, CBS Interactive and GameHouse released a mobile video game, NCIS: The Game for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and BREW/J2ME. The game features five different cases written by the show's writers.[32]

On November 1, 2011, Ubisoft released a video game adaption of NCIS for the PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii. A Nintendo 3DS version was released on March 6, 2012. The video game was deemed as a mockery of the show by reviewers and players alike, and received a 2/10 rating on GameSpot.[33]

There is also a Facebook and mobile game called NCIS: Hidden Crimes.[34][35]

TV movies[edit]

In the UK, certain NCIS multi-part episodes were edited together to make a combined feature and shown on Channel 5, 5USA, CBS Action and Fox UK. These include:

Soundtrack[edit]

Main article: NCIS (soundtrack)

CBS Records released the show's first soundtrack on February 10, 2009.[50]The Official TV Soundtrack is a two-disc, 22-track set that includes brand new songs from top artists featured prominently in upcoming episodes of the series, as well as the show's original theme by Numeriklab[51] (available commercially for the first time) and a remix of the theme by Ministry. The set also includes songs performed by series regulars Pauley Perrette and Coté de Pablo.

A sequel to the soundtrack was released on November 3, 2009. NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack; Vol. 2 is a single-disc, 12-track set that covers songs (many previously unreleased) featured throughout the seventh season of the show, including one recording titled "Bitter and Blue" by Weatherly, as well as two songs used in previous seasons.

Reception[edit]

In 2016, The New York Times reported that NCIS "is most popular in rural areas", especially in rural Maine and Pennsylvania.[52]

Broadcast ratings[edit]

Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of NCIS.

Note: Each U.S. network television season starts in late September and ends in late May, which coincides with the completion of May sweeps.
  • Since season 7, NCIS has been the most watched scripted show on American television; in the 2012–13 season it was the most watched program of the past year, surpassing both American Idol and NBC Sunday Night Football, which had ranked above it the previous three seasons.
  • On January 15, 2013, NCIS surpassed its previous series high in viewers, with the season ten episode "Shiva" attracting 22.86 million viewers.[78]

Franchise[edit]

Main article: NCIS (franchise)

NCIS has produced three spin-offs: NCIS: Los Angeles (2009–), NCIS: New Orleans (2014–2021) and NCIS: Hawaiʻi (2021–).

NCIS: Los Angeles[edit]

Main article: NCIS: Los Angeles

In November 2008, it was reported that a first spin-off series set in Los Angeles would be introduced with a two-part backdoor pilot during the sixth season of NCIS. The episode title "Legend (Part I)" and "Legend (Part II)", airing on April 28, 2009, and May 5, 2009.[79][80][81] On May 2009, CBS picked up an NCIS spin-off series with the title NCIS: Los Angeles.[82]

The series stars Chris O'Donnell as Special Agent G. Callen,[83]LL Cool J as Special Agent Sam Hanna,[83][84]Louise Lombard as Special Agent Lara Macy, Peter Cambor as Operational Psychologist Nate Getz, and Daniela Ruah as Special Agent Kensi Blye.[85][86] Following the official pick-up by CBS, it was confirmed that Lombard would not continue her role as Special Agent Lara Macy.[87]Linda Hunt and Adam Jamal Craig were added the cast as OSP Manager Henrietta Lange and Special Agent Dom Vail respectively.[88] Craig, would not be returning for second season and was replaced by Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks promoted to series regular.[89]

Characters from NCIS have appeared in the spin-off. Rocky Carroll portrayed as Leon Vance in a recurring role,[90][91][92] and Pauley Perrette portrayed as Abby Sciuto with guest appearance in the season 1 episodes "Killshot", and "Random on Purpose".[91][92][93]

NCIS: Los Angeles was created by Shane Brennan. In April 2011, NCIS creator Donald Bellisario sued CBS over NCIS: Los Angeles because of his contract which gave him "first opportunity" to develop a spin-off or sequel;[94] the lawsuit was dismissed by a judge in June 2012. However, discussions continued between CBS and Bellisario, and in January 2013 the dispute was settled outside of court a week before it was set to go to trial; the terms of the agreement were not disclosed but were described as being amicable.[95][96][97]

NCIS: New Orleans[edit]

Main article: NCIS: New Orleans

In September 2013, reported that a second spin-off series set in New Orleans would be introduced with a two-part backdoor pilot during the eleventh season of NCIS. The episode title "Crescent City (Part I)" and "Crescent City (Part II)". The episodes were filmed in February 2014, and aired on March 25, 2014, and April 1, 2014. NCIS star Mark Harmon and showrunner Gary Glasberg are the executive producers of the series.[98] Glasberg discussed the idea of the episode with Harmon, who said "That's more than a sweeps episode"[99] (meaning an episode with provocative subject manner and top appeal for television ratings). The premise for the episodes are, according to Glasberg, "all about this tiny little NCIS office that's down [in New Orleans], and the kind of cases that they come across".[100] On May 2014, CBS picked up an NCIS second spin-off series with the title NCIS: New Orleans.[101]

The series stars Scott Bakula as Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride, Lucas Black as Special Agent Christopher LaSalle, Zoe McLellan as Special Agent Meredith "Merri" Brody, Rob Kerkovich as Sebastian Lund, and CCH Pounder as Dr. Loretta Wade.[102][103][104][105]Daryl "Chill" Mitchell, Shalita Grant and Vanessa Ferlito joined the main cast later, portrayed as computer specialist Patton Plame, Special Agent Sonja Percy, and Special Agent Tammy Gregorio, respectively.[106][107]

NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans have had two crossovers.

  • "Sister City": Abby's brother is suspected of poisoning the passengers and crew of a private plane flying from New Orleans to Washington, D.C.
  • "Pandora's Box: A theoretical terror playbook is stolen and put up for auction on the black market when Abby's homeland security think tank is compromised.

NCIS: Hawaiʻi[edit]

Main article: NCIS: Hawaiʻi

On February 16, 2021, it was reported that a spin-off set in Hawaii was in the works from NCIS: New Orleans executive producers Christopher Silber and Jan Nash.[108] On April 23, 2021, it was announced that CBS had given the production a straight-to-series order to the spin-off, and intended to include the franchise's first female lead character.[109] The show debuted on CBS on September 20, 2021, with Vanessa Lachey in the leading role.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by NCIS

NCIS has received many awards and nominations since it premiered on September 23, 2003, including the ALMA Awards, ASCAP Awards, BMI Film & TV Awards, Emmy Awards, and People's Choice Awards.

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NCIS is an Americanpolice procedural television series, revolving around a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service combining elements of the militarydrama and police proceduralgenres. The concept and characters were initially introduced in two episodes of the CBS series JAG (season eight episodes 20 and 21: "Ice Queen" and "Meltdown"). The show, a spin-off from JAG, premiered on September 23, 2003, on CBS. To date it has entered into the eighteenth full season and has gone into broadcast syndication on the USA Network. Donald P. Bellisario and Don McGill are co-creators and executive producers of the premiere member of the NCIS franchise. Template:As of, it is the second-longest-running scripted, non-animated U.S. primetime TV series currently airing, surpassed only by Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999–present), and is the 7th-longest-running scripted U.S. primetime TV series overall.

The series originally had the partly redundant title Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service; this was later shortened to NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service and then to NCIS. In season six, a two-part episode led to a spin-off series, NCIS: Los Angeles. Another two-part episode in season ten led to a second spin-off NCIS: Las Vegas. A two-part episode during the eleventh season led to a third spin-off series, NCIS: New Orleans. While initially slow in the ratings, barely cracking the Top 30 in the first two seasons, the third season showed progress, consistently ranking in the top 20, and by its sixth season, it became a top five hit, having remained there since. In 2011, NCIS was voted America's favorite television show in an online Harris Poll. The series finished its tenth season as the most-watched television series in the U.S. during the 2012–13 network television season. NCIS was renewed for an eighteenth season on May 3, 2020,[1] which premiered on November 17, 2020.[2] On April 15, 2021, NCIS was renewed for a nineteenth season, which premiered on September 20, 2021.[3]Cite error: Closing missing for tag In real life, the field office is based at the nearby Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling,[4] while the Navy Yard is home to the museum and several military commands within the Department of the Navy. It is described by the actors and producers (on special features on DVD releases in the United States) as being distinguished by its comedic elements, ensemble acting, and character-driven plots. The NCIS is the primary law enforcement and counterintelligence arm of the United States Department of the Navy, which includes the United States Marine Corps. NCIS investigates all major criminal offenses (felonies)—for example, crimes punishable under the Uniform Code of Military Justice by confinement of more than one year—within the Department of the Navy.[5]

Cast and characters[]

Main article: List of NCIS cast members
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  • Mark Harmon as Leroy Jethro Gibbs
  • Sasha Alexander as Caitlin Todd (main role: seasons 1–2; guest: seasons 3, 8–9, and 12)
  • Michael Weatherly as Anthony DiNozzo (main: seasons 1–13)
  • Pauley Perrette as Abby Sciuto (main: seasons 1–15)
  • David McCallum as Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard
  • Sean Murray as Timothy McGee (recurring role: season 1, main: season 2–present)
  • Cote de Pablo as Ziva David (main: seasons 3–11; guest: season 3, 16; recurring: season 17)
  • Lauren Holly as Jenny Shepard (main: seasons 3–5; guest: seasons 9, 12; recurring: season 3)
  • Rocky Carroll as Leon Vance (recurring: season 5; main: season 6–present)
  • Brian Dietzen as Dr. Jimmy Palmer (recurring: seasons 1–6, also starring: seasons 7–9, main: season 10–present)
  • Emily Wickersham as Eleanor Bishop (guest: season 11; main: season 11–18)
  • Wilmer Valderrama as Nicholas Torres (season 14–present)
  • Jennifer Esposito as Alexandra Quinn (season 14)
  • Duane Henry as Clayton Reeves (guest: season 13; main: seasons 14–15)
  • Maria Bello as Dr. Jacqueline Sloane (main: seasons 15–18)
  • Diona Reasonover as Kasie Hines (recurring: season 15; main: season 16–present)

Production[]

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Name[]

Before the launch of the first season, advertisements on CBS identified the show as "Naval CIS". By the time of the launch of the first episode, NCIS was airing under the name Navy NCIS, the name it held for the entire first season. Since the "N" in NCIS stands for "Naval", the name "Navy NCIS" was redundant. The decision to use this name was reportedly made by CBS, over the objections of Bellisario,[6] to:

  • Attract new viewers (particularly those of JAG), who might not know the NCIS abbreviation
  • Distinguish between NCIS and the similarly themed and similarly spelled CBS series CSI and its spinoffs. (The original title, for instance, was often misquoted and parodied as "Navy CSI", something the show itself referenced in the first episode.)[7]

Development[]

In 2011, NCIS was voted America's favorite television show in an online Harris Poll.[8]NCIS finished its tenth season as the most-watched television series in the U.S. during the 2012–13 network television season.[9]Diona Reasonover joined the main cast in season sixteen,[10] following the departures of Duane Henry and Pauley Perrette.[11]NCIS was renewed for a seventeenth season on April 11, 2019,[12] which premiered on September 24, 2019,[13] and for an eighteenth season in May 2020. The season premiered on November 17, 2020.[14]

Flair[]

From the season two episode "Lt. Jane Doe" onwards, the series began showing two-second-long black-and-white clips. These clips (called "phoofs")[15] are shown at the beginning of every segment depicting the last two seconds of that segment, a segment being the five or six portions of the show meant to be separated by commercials. In the season three premiere, "Kill Ari (Part I)", a freeze-frame shot was also used with the very end of most episodes turned into a freeze frame, as well.

Crew changes[]

It was reported in May 2007, that Donald P. Bellisario would be stepping down from the show.[16] Due to a disagreement with series star Mark Harmon, Bellisario's duties as showrunner/head writer were to be given to long-time show collaborators, including co-executive producer Chas. Floyd Johnson and Shane Brennan, with Bellisario retaining his title as executive producer.[17] In fall 2009,Template:ClarifyGary Glasberg joined the crew and became the new "day-to-day" runner of NCIS because Shane Brennan had to focus on his new show, the spin-off NCIS: Los Angeles.[18] On September 28, 2016, Glasberg died in his sleep at the age of 50.[19][20]

Episodes[]

Main article: List of NCIS episodes

Backdoor pilots[]

JAG[]

Two episodes of JAG season 8, "Ice Queen" and "Meltdown", serve as the backdoor pilot of NCIS itself.

These JAG episodes introduced the characters of Jethro Gibbs, Anthony DiNozzo, Vivian Blackadder, Abby Sciuto, and Donald "Ducky" Mallard.

Patrick Labyorteaux appears on NCIS reprising his JAG role as Lt. Bud Roberts in the first-season episode "Hung Out to Dry", and in the fourteenth-season episode "Rogue" and the season fifteen episode "Dark Secrets"; Alicia Coppola returned as Lt. Cmdr. Faith Coleman in "UnSEALed", "Call of Silence", and "Hometown Hero", while Adam Baldwin returned as Cmdr. Michael Rainer in "A Weak Link", and John M. Jackson appeared as retired Rear Admiral A. J. Chegwidden in the season ten episode "Damned If You Do".

NCIS: Los Angeles[]

The two-part NCIS episode "Legend" serves as the backdoor pilot of NCIS: Los Angeles.

"Legend" introduces Chris O'Donnell as G. Callen, LL Cool J as Sam Hanna, Daniela Ruah as Kensi Blye, and Barrett Foa as Eric Beale.

Rocky Carroll recurs on NCIS: Los Angeles as his NCIS character Director Leon Vance, while Pauley Perrette has appeared twice as Abby, and Michael Weatherly has appeared once as Anthony DiNozzo. NCIS guest stars reprising roles between series include David Dayan Fisher as CIA Officer Trent Kort, in the season finale of NCIS: Los Angeles; Kelly Hu as Lee Wuan Kai in NCIS: Los Angeles and later in an episode of NCIS.

John M. Jackson has appeared on NCIS: Los Angeles as his JAG character Admiral A. J. Chegwidden, while this series has also crossed over with Hawaii Five-0 and Scorpion.

NCIS: New Orleans[]

The two-part NCIS episode "Crescent City" serves as the backdoor pilot of NCIS: New Orleans.

"Crescent City" introduces Scott Bakula as Dwayne Pride, Lucas Black as Christopher LaSalle, Zoe McLellan as Meredith Brody, and CCH Pounder as Loretta Wade.

Rocky Carroll recurs as Director Leon Vance, while NCIS series regulars Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, Sean Murray, Emily Wickersham, Wilmer Valderrama, David McCallum and Brian Dietzen have all appeared as their NCIS characters. NCIS recurring cast members Meredith Eaton, Joe Spano, Diane Neal, and Leslie Hope have all guest-starred on NCIS: New Orleans.

Release[]

Broadcast[]

NCIS airs on Network Ten and TV Hits (formerly TV1)[21] in Australia,[22][23][24][25][26][27][28]Global (syndicated on Showcase and Lifetime) in Canada, TV3 and The Box in New Zealand, Seriale+ (premieres), TVN (free-TV premieres), TVN7 (reruns), AXN (reruns), (India) Fox Crime, Star World India (Pakistan) ARY Digital, ARY Zindagi and TV Puls (reruns) in Poland, CBS Justice, Channel Five, Five USA and FOX in the United Kingdom, M6 in France, and RTÉ2 on Wednesdays at 11pm in Ireland, Rai 2 and Fox Crime in Italy.

Home media[]

Main article: List of NCIS home video releases

The first 17 seasons of NCIS have been released in Regions 1, 2, and 4. In Germany (Region 2), seasons 1–4 and 5–8 were released in two separate sets for each season. The first-season DVD omits the two introductory episodes from season eight of JAG, though they are featured on the JAG season eight DVD.

Other releases[]

In 2010, CBS Interactive and GameHouse released a mobile video game, NCIS: The Game for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and BREW/J2ME. The game features five different cases written by the show's writers.[29]

On November 1, 2011, Ubisoft released a video game adaption of NCIS for the PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii. A Nintendo 3DS version was released on March 6, 2012. The video game was deemed as a mockery of the show by reviewers and players alike, and received a 2/10 rating on GameSpot.[30]

There is also a Facebook and mobile game called NCIS: Hidden Crimes.[31][32]

TV movies[]

NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) is a media franchise of American television programs originally created by Donald P. Bellisario and currently broadcast on CBS, all of which deal with military related criminal investigations based on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service of the United States Department of the Navy, which includes the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps.

In 2003, NCIS was introduced via a backdoor pilot, from the TV show JAG with NCIS in turn spinning off NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: Las Vegas and NCIS: New Orleans in 2009, 2013 and 2014, respectively. NCIS: Los Angeles had a proposed spin-off, but it was later not picked up by CBS.

Template:Franchise total episodes The main NCIS series is the longest-running show of the franchise which premiered its eighteenth season on November 17th, 2020.

Soundtrack[]

Main article: NCIS (soundtrack)

CBS Records released the show's first soundtrack on February 10, 2009.[33]The Official TV Soundtrack is a two-disc, 22-track set that includes brand new songs from top artists featured prominently in upcoming episodes of the series, as well as the show's original theme by Numeriklab[34] (available commercially for the first time) and a remix of the theme by Ministry. The set also includes songs performed by series regulars Pauley Perrette and Coté de Pablo.

A sequel to the soundtrack was released on November 3, 2009. NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack; Vol. 2 is a single-disc, 12-track set that covers songs (many previously unreleased) featured throughout the seventh season of the show, including one recording titled "Bitter and Blue" by Weatherly, as well as two songs used in previous seasons.

Reception[]

In 2016, The New York Times reported that NCIS "is most popular in rural areas", especially in rural Maine and Pennsylvania.[35]

Broadcast ratings[]

Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of NCIS.

Note: Each U.S. network television season starts in late September and ends in late May, which coincides with the completion of May sweeps.
  • Ever since season 7, NCIS has been the most watched scripted show on American television, but it was only in the 2012–13 season that it ranked number 1 as the most watched program of the past year, surpassing both American Idol and NBC Sunday Night Football, which had ranked above it the previous three seasons.
  • On January 15, 2013, NCIS surpassed its previous series high in viewers, with the season ten episode "Shiva" attracting 22.86 million viewers.[61]

Franchise[]

Main article: NCIS (franchise)

NCIS has produced three spin-offs: NCIS: Los Angeles (2009–), NCIS: Las Vegas (2013–), and NCIS: New Orleans (2014–2021).

NCIS: Los Angeles[]

Main article: NCIS: Los Angeles

In November 2008, it was reported that a first spin-off series set in Los Angeles would be introduced with a two-part backdoor pilot during the sixth season of NCIS. The episode title "Legend (Part I)" and "Legend (Part II)", airing on April 28, 2009, and May 5, 2009.[62][63][64] On May 2009, CBS picked up an NCIS spin-off series with the title NCIS: Los Angeles.[65]

The series stars Chris O'Donnell as Special Agent G. Callen,[66]LL Cool J as Special Agent Sam Hanna,[66][67]Louise Lombard as Special Agent Lara Macy, Peter Cambor as Operational Psychologist Nate Getz, and Daniela Ruah as Special Agent Kensi Blye.[68][69] Following the official pick-up by CBS, it was confirmed that Lombard had not been to continue her role as Special Agent Lara Macy.[70]Linda Hunt and Adam Jamal Craig were added the cast as OSP Manager Henrietta Lange and Special Agent Dom Vail respectively.[71] Craig, would not be returning for second season and was replaced by Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks promoted to series regular.[72]

Characters from NCIS have appeared in the spin-off. Rocky Carroll portrayed as Leon Vance in a recurring role,[73][74][75] and Pauley Perrette portrayed as Abby Sciuto with guest appearance in the season 1 episodes "Killshot", and "Random on Purpose".[74][75][76]

NCIS: Los Angeles was created by Shane Brennan. In April 2011, NCIS creator Donald Bellisario sued CBS over NCIS: Los Angeles because of his contract which gave him "first opportunity" to develop a spin-off or sequel;[77] the lawsuit was dismissed by a judge in June 2012. However, discussions continued between CBS and Bellisario, and in January 2013 the dispute was settled outside of court a week before it was set to go to trial; the terms of the agreement were not disclosed but were described as being amicable.[78][79][80]

NCIS: Las Vegas[]

Main article: NCIS: Las Vegas

NCIS: New Orleans[]

Main article: NCIS: New Orleans

In September 2013, reported that a second spin-off series set in New Orleans would be introduced with a two-part backdoor pilot during the eleventh season of NCIS. The episode title "Crescent City (Part I)" and "Crescent City (Part II)". The episodes were filmed in February 2014, and aired on March 25, 2014, and April 1, 2014. NCIS star Mark Harmon and showrunner Gary Glasberg are the executive producers of the series.[81] Glasberg discussed the idea of the episode with Harmon, who said "That's more than a sweeps episode"[82] (meaning an episode with provocative subject manner and top appeal for television ratings). The premise for the episodes are, according to Glasberg, "all about this tiny little NCIS office that's down [in New Orleans], and the kind of cases that they come across".[83] On May 2014, CBS picked up an NCIS second spin-off series with the title NCIS: New Orleans.[84]

The series stars Scott Bakula as Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride, Lucas Black as Special Agent Christopher LaSalle, Zoe McLellan as Special Agent Meredith "Merri" Brody, Rob Kerkovich as Sebastian Lund, and CCH Pounder as Dr. Loretta Wade.[85][86][87][88]Daryl "Chill" Mitchell, Shalita Grant and Vanessa Ferlito joined the main cast later, portrayed as computer specialist Patton Plame, Special Agent Sonja Percy, and Special Agent Tammy Gregorio, respectively.[89][90]

NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans have had two crossovers.

  • "Sister City": Abby's brother is suspected of poisoning the passengers and crew of a private plane flying from New Orleans to Washington, D.C.
  • "Pandora's Box: A theoretical terror playbook is stolen and put up for auction on the black market when Abby's homeland security think tank is compromised.

NCIS: Hawai'i[]

Main article: NCIS: Hawai'i

On February 16, 2021, it is reported that a potential spin-off set in Hawaii is in the works from NCIS: New Orleans executive producers Christopher Silber and Jan Nash.[91] On April 23, 2021, it was announced that CBS had given the production a straight-to-series order to the spin-off, and reportedly intended to include the franchise's first female lead character.[92]

Awards and nominations[]

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by NCIS

NCIS has received many awards and nominations since it premiered on September 23, 2003, including the ALMA Awards, ASCAP Awards, BMI Film & TV Awards, Emmy Awards, and People's Choice Awards.

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NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) is more than just an action drama. With liberal doses of humor, it’s a show that focuses on the sometimes complex and always amusing dynamics of a team forced to work together in high-stress situations. NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a former Marine gunnery sergeant whose skills as an investigator are unmatched, leads this troupe of colorful personalities. Gibbs, a man of few words, only needs a look to explain it all. The team includes NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee, an MIT graduate with a brilliance for computers; NCIS Special Agent Eleanor "Ellie" Bishop, a mysterious mixture of analytic brilliance, fierce determination and idealism who specializes in international threat assessment and global preparation; the charismatic, unpredictable and resilient NCIS Special Agent Nicholas "Nick" Torres, who has spent most of his career on solo undercover assignments; and NCIS Special Agent Jacqueline "Jack" Sloane, who built her reputation as the agency’s premier forensic psychologist and enjoys challenging Gibbs. Assisting the team as the NCIS Historian is retired medical examiner Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard, who knows it all because he’s seen it all; Ducky’s protégé, the naïve Jimmy Palmer, who graduated from assistant to fully licensed medical examiner and now runs the morgue and Forensic Scientist Kasie Hines, Ducky’s former graduate assistant who impressed Gibbs with her keen forensic skills during a critical time for the team. Overseeing operations is NCIS Director Leon Vance, an intelligent, highly trained agent who can always be counted on to shake up the status quo. From murder and espionage to terrorism and stolen submarines, these special agents investigate all crimes with Navy or Marine Corps ties.

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NCIS (franchise)

American media franchise

For the first TV series in the franchise, see NCIS (TV series).

NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) is a media franchise of American television programs originally created by Donald P. Bellisario and currently broadcast on CBS, all of which deal with military related criminal investigations based on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service of the United States Department of the Navy, which includes the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps.

In 2003, NCIS was introduced via a backdoor pilot, from the TV show JAG with NCIS in turn spinning off NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans in 2009 and 2014, respectively. NCIS: Los Angeles had a proposed spin-off, but it was later not picked up by CBS. Another spin-off, NCIS: Hawaiʻi was ordered to series.

As of October 17, 2021, 859 episodes of the NCIS franchise have aired. The main NCIS series is the longest-running show of the franchise, which premiered its nineteenth season on September 20, 2021.

Overview[edit]

NCIS, voted America's favorite television series in 2011,[1] finished its tenth season as the most-watched television series in the U.S. during 2012–13 U.S. network television season;[2] and is broadcast in over 200 territories worldwide.[3] As of the end of the 2014–15 U.S. network television season, NCIS remains TV's most watched drama series.[4] Spin-off NCIS: New Orleans ended its first season as the second most watched drama on CBS,[4] and the fifth most watched series on TV. NCIS: Los Angeles ended its fifth season as the fourth most watched series on TV, and the second most watched drama.[5]

NCIS[edit]

Main article: NCIS (TV series)

NCIS first aired September 23, 2003, and episodes continue to be produced, with the 19th season premiering September 20, 2021. The series follows the work of the Major Case Response Team, stationed in Washington, D.C. Supervised by Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a former Marine Gunnery Sergeant, and a thrice-divorced widower. The team specializes in crime scene examination, and the investigation of murders. Gibbs' team has included Caitlin Todd, who earned her stripes protecting the President as a member of the Secret Service; Anthony DiNozzo, a former Baltimore detective; Timothy McGee, a computer specialist and M.I.T. graduate; Jessica Knight, a former REACT agent recruited following the death of her team; Eleanor Bishop, a former NSA security analyst and threat assessment specialist; Nicholas Torres, an undercover operative; Alexandra Quinn, a training officer who supervised the recruitment of Bishop and Torres; Ziva David, a former Mossad assassin; and Dr Jack Sloane, a no-nonsense senior agent and trained operational psychologist. Primarily dealing with cases along the East Coast, and acting under the supervision of successive NCIS Directors Jenny Shepard and Leon Vance, the team is supported by Abigail Sciuto, a forensic specialist; Kasie Hines, a forensic scientist; Jimmy Palmer, an Assistant Medical Examiner turned Chief Medical Examiner; Donald "Ducky" Mallard, a seasoned Chief Medical Examiner and NCIS Historian; Clayton Reeves, an MI-6 officer assigned to liaise with NCIS from the SIS; and Alden Parker, a wizened FBI special agent.

NCIS: Los Angeles[edit]

Main article: NCIS: Los Angeles

The characters for NCIS: Los Angeles were introduced via backdoor pilot in the 2009 two-part NCIS episode "Legend". NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on September 22, 2009, and the series continued into its 12th season on November 8, 2020. The series focuses on The Office of Special Projects, an elite counter-terrorist division of NCIS, and is responsible for threats pertaining to national security, as well as high-profile murders and cases that require undercover work. Under the supervision of Operations Manager Hetty Lange, a master of disguise and prop-artisan, OSP is led by G. Callen, a street kid turned special agent with a desire to find out who he is. Callen works alongside Kensi Blye, a forensic specialist and the daughter of a Marine; Dominic Vail, an M.I.T. graduate and a computer-whiz; Marty Deeks, a former LAPD detective and lawyer recruited to serve as liaison to OSP and now a NCIS Special Agent; Nell Jones, an intelligence analyst with the highest IQ at NCIS; Eric Beale, an awkward technician and the second half of the technical dream-team; Nate Getz, a deep-cover operative and Operational Psychologist seconded to Hetty's team; Sam Hanna, a former SEAL and a family man who met his wife on the job; Fatima Namazi, a cryptologist technician, Devin Roundtree, an ex–FBI agent recruited to NCIS by Sam and Callen, laconic Assistant Director Owen Granger, executive assistant director for Pacific operations (EAD-PAC) Shay Mosley, who serves as the team's operational supervisor, and Deputy Director Louis Ochoa, the team's temporary supervisor.

NCIS: New Orleans[edit]

Main article: NCIS: New Orleans

As with Los Angeles,NCIS: New Orleans was introduced via backdoor pilot in the 2014 two-part NCIS main-series episode "Crescent City," while the series itself premiered on September 23, 2014 and ended with its seventh and final season on May 23, 2021. The New Orleans NCIS team is headed by Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride, a seasoned operative known as "King" to his friends. He's a former Sheriff's Deputy with the second highest arrest record in the history of Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office. Tasked with heading a small satellite squad who handle Naval and Marine related cases in New Orleans.Together, the team are assisted by Loretta Wade, a Jefferson Parish coroner and Patton Plame, an NCIS computer specialist.

Proposed and discontinued NCIS: Red[edit]

Main article: NCIS: Los Angeles § Potential spin-off

In November 2012, CBS commissioned a pilot episode for a potential NCIS: Los Angeles spinoff titled NCIS: Red.[6] Written and produced by Shane Brennan, the series would follow "a mobile team of agents who live and work together as they go across the country to solve crimes".[6] On February 6, 2013, John Corbett was cast as retired special agent Roy, the series male lead.[7] Earlier, Miguel Ferrer would join the cast as a series regular, and reprising his NCIS: Los Angeles role,[8]Edwin Hodge had been cast as Kai, an intelligence analyst,[9]Scott Grimes was cast as Dave,[10]Gillian Alexy was cast as Claire,[11] and Kim Raver was cast in the pilot, playing the lead role of Paris.[12] The pilot episode, titled "Red" and "Red-2", aired on March 19 and March 26, 2013, during the fourth season of NCIS: Los Angeles. On May 15, 2013, CBS announced that the pilot would not be taken to series.[13] On May 21, 2013, CBS President Nina Tassler stated that "sometimes [spinoffs] work and sometimes they don't. Protecting [the franchise] was really important."[14] CBS was reportedly "open to redeveloping the pilot with a new cast attached",[14] though a second franchise appearance by Scott Grimes in 2017 remains the only continuation of Red to date.

NCIS: Hawaiʻi[edit]

Main article: NCIS: Hawaiʻi

On February 16, 2021, it was reported that a potential spin-off set in Hawaii is in the works from NCIS: New Orleans executive producers Christopher Silber and Jan Nash.[15] On April 23, 2021, it was announced that CBS had given the production a straight-to-series order to the spin-off, and reportedly intended to include the franchise's first female lead character.[16] The series centers on the work of the NCIS Pearl Harbor office led by Special Agent Jane Tennant a hard-charging agent who is the first female Special Agent In Charge of the Pearl Harbor office. She leads an elite team of agents which includes Jesse Boon, her second in command and is a expert Interrogator; Lucy a junior but eager agent; Kate Whistler, an ambitious agent; Ernie Malik, the team's technical analyst and Kai, a charming NCIS agent. Together they handle crimes involving the Military and National security on the Island.

Series[edit]

Each series, except NCIS: Hawaiʻi was spun off via a two-part episode from an established series, serving in effect as a backdoor pilot.

Main cast[edit]

Notes

Crossovers[edit]

This is a complete list of all crossovers, both within the franchise and out of it. All characters, main, recurring, and shared guest stars, are credited.

Within the NCIS franchise[edit]

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Notes
  1. ^In Hawaiian, the title means "The Good Fight".
  2. ^In Hawaiian, the title means "Touch of Death".

Universe[edit]

See also: Lenkov-verse

The NCIS franchise, born of JAG, shares a television universe with Scorpion (via a direct crossover with Los Angeles), First Monday (via an indirect crossover with JAG), Hawaii Five-0 (via a direct crossover with Los Angeles), MacGyver (via crossovers with Hawaii Five-0), Magnum P.I. (via crossovers with Hawaii Five-0), and JAG itself (via crossovers with NCIS and Los Angeles).

Theme songs[edit]

Games[edit]

NCIS: Hidden Crimes[edit]

On September 15, 2016, Ubisoft launched a hidden-object mobile game titled NCIS: Hidden Crimes. Developed by Ubisoft Abu Dhabi (who also worked on CSI: Hidden Crimes) in conjunction with CBS Interactive, the game was released for Android & iOS devices.[17]

NCIS TV movies[edit]

In the UK, certain NCIS multi-part episodes were edited together to make a combined feature and shown on Channel 5, 5USA, CBS Action and Fox UK. These include:

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