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Tuesday, January 9 2018

AFTER MCGEE AND TORRES VISIT THE HOME OF A HIGH SCHOOLER WHO WITNESSED A HIT AND RUN, HER PARENTS FLEE WITH THEIR DAUGHTER, LEAVING NCIS IN THE LURCH, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, JAN. 23

Jamie Kaler and Gabrielle Carteris Guest Star as Christopher and Julie Bell, Parents of an NCIS Key Witness

“Family Ties” – After McGee and Torres visit the home of a high schooler who witnessed a hit and run, her parents, Christopher (Jamie Kaler) and Julie Bell (Gabrielle Carteris), flee with their daughter, leaving NCIS in the lurch. Also, Vance’s daughter is arrested for shoplifting, on NCIS, Tuesday, Jan. 23 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: After #NCIS visits the home of a high schooler who witnessed a hit & run, her parents flee with their daughter. 1/23 8pm #CBS @JamieKaler & @TheGabrielle_C guest star

Tuesday, September 22 2015

If you’ve been in a complete panic since the last season of NCIS ended on a cliff-hanger where Gibbs (Mark Harmon) was shot by a boy in Iraq, you can breathe a sigh of relief. The 13th season of the Navy procedural — and its sixth as the highest rated show on television — picks up moments later, and after being rushed onto a hospital ship and operated on by a surgeon (played by Jon Cryer in a multi-episode arc), Gibbs emerges with his health intact — mostly.

“After this life-altering experience, Gibbs sees the world a bit differently,” says executive producer Gary Glasberg. “There are physical and psychological changes to him, which the fans and the rest of our NCIS family are going to be aware of. We all have to adjust to a different man.”

Glasberg also promises more story lines this season with an awareness of the current political climate. “We’re in a never-ending communication with homeland security, with NCIS in Washington,” he says. “Whenever we can try to tackle a story that’s relevant to the military, that’s relevant to military and families, and our safety, it’s the kind of thing that we aggressively try to have our stamp on. We’re starting to discuss a storyline for NCIS that has to do with harassment on submarines. Now that female navy officers are allowed on submarines we have a storyline that involves that. We love to tackle the issues as best we can.”

NCIS premieres Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Friday, August 7 2015

Hello everyone!

This is a post to inform you that due to technical reasons the fansite will be down for a while starting next week. We’re sorry for the incovenience and we promise we’ll be back before Season 13 starts. In the meantime don’t forget to keep following us on Twitter for all the updates and photos!

Thanks 🙂

Alice & Meghan

Monday, June 1 2015

NCIS Season 12 will be released on DVD August 18th. Some of the bonus features you can look forward to are: Audio Commentary on select episodes with cast, writers and directors, deleted and extended scenes and different video segments.
Here are a few:

Audio Commentary by Sean Murray, Terrence O’Hara and Christopher J. Waild
Audio Commentary by Rocky Carroll, Jennifer A. Corbett and Mark Horowitz
Audio Commentary by Mark Harmon, Bethany Rooney and Joe Spano
Pre-Flight Jitters: Shooting on Location
Bad to the Bone
Table for Ten
Rocky Carroll: Director
#1 Drama in the World
Inside Season 12
Deleted and Extended Scenes

Here is the cover art:

NCIS_S12

Tuesday, December 16 2014

Rule No. 8: “Never take anything for granted.”

CBS’ NCIS takes that to heart tonight at 8/7c, with a Christmas episode that reflects on one of the long-running drama’s recurring themes: Gibbs’ Rules.

“I wanted for a while to do an episode about Gibbs’ rules,” showrunner Gary Glasberg tells TVLine, “and Chris Waild, one of my writer-producers, had the clever idea of incorporating it into our Christmas show.”

The framing device, per Glasberg: “McGee (played by Sean Murray) is writing a letter to his father, sitting at the great, old typewriter that he writes his books on, sort of narrating” his account of a case the team worked during the holidays, involving hackers.

“It’s a really timely case,” given the myriad Sony Hack documents continuously being released into the real world, Glasberg notes. “And it brings back a number of characters” — Former NCIS Systems Administrator Kevin Hussein (played by Ethan Rains), Heidi Partridge (Erin Allin O’Reilly) and Ajay Khan (Chuck‘s Vik Sahay) — “who are computer-focused villains of the past,” to help tackle the crisis.

As McGee shares with his father the assorted rules, many are punctuated by accompanying flashbacks of characters both present and past receiving or recounting Gibbs’ wisdom. “We used stuff all the way back to Season 2, I think,” Glasberg says. “It’s amazing to go back and collect all these different clips, of everybody from Sasha [Alexander, as Special Agent Kate Todd] to Cote [de Pablo, as Ziva] to Michael [Weatherly, who plays DiNozzo] referring to the rules.

Such blasts from the past coupled with McGee’s heartfelt missive to his father made for “a really emotional, terrific episode,” Glasberg adds. “It’s like a little Christmas present for everybody.”

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Tuesday, October 8 2013

EXCLUSIVE: With NCIS continuing to reign as the most watched scripted show on television and getting ready to spawn a spinoff series, the man behind both, Gary Glasberg, has been signed in a new overall deal by NCIS producer CBS TV Studios. Under the two-year extension that runs through May 2016, Glasberg will continue as executive producer and showrunner of flagship NCIS and of its proposed planted spinoff, which will be introduced in a two-part NCIS episode slated to shoot in February and air in the spring. He is writing the New Orleans-set offshoot and is executive producing with NCIS star/executive producer Mark Harmon. Glasberg called the experience working with CBS’ Leslie Moonves and Nina Tassler and CBS Studios’ David Stapf “amazing”, adding “I look forward to continuing to work with my NCIS family and can’t wait to dive in to what lies ahead,” Glasberg, repped by CAA and Michael Gendler, joined NCIS in 2009 and took the reins as showrunner two years later. NCIS closed out the 2012/13 season, its 10th on the air, as the most watched program on TV for the first time, with an average of 21.60 million viewers, edging Sunday Night Football (21.00 million). So far this season, the veteran drama is the most watched scripted program on TV in Live+same day and also ranks among the top 10 U.S. series in a number of international markets, including Canada, France, Italy as well as Australia, where it is in the Top 3.

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Monday, September 23 2013

EXCLUSIVE: CBS is looking to further expand its lucrative NCIS franchise. I’ve learned that the network is working on a planted NCIS spinoff series, which will be introduced in a two-part NCIS episode slated to shoot in February and air in the spring. Set in New Orleans, the potential spinoff is executive produced by NCIS star/executive producer Mark Harmon and executive producer/showrunner Gary Glasberg. The character-driven project, written by Glasberg and produced by CBS Studios, centers on the the NCIS New Orleans office which handles cases from Pensacola through Mississippi and Louisiana to the Texas panhandle. New Orleans was picked as a backdrop for the show because of its pedigree of a rich setting of music, fun and debauchery that makes it a magnet for military personnel on-leave. And with fun comes trouble. This would mark the second spinoff from veteran NCIS, which also spawned hit NCIS: Los Angeles. The LL Cool J-Chris O’Donnell starrer also started off as a backdoor pilot, airing as a two-part episode of NCIS. In expanding the NCIS franchise, CBS and CBS Studios are taking a page from their CSI playbook by setting every new series in a new town (Las Vegas, Miami and New York for CSI; Washington, Los Angeles and New Orleans for NCIS). With NCIS and NCIS: LA showing no signs of slowing down, CBS may very well have three NCIS series on the air next season, just like it did with the CSI franchise for almost a decade. Season 11 of NCIS kicks off tomorrow night. Glasberg is repped by CAA, Harmon by Paradigm.

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