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I’ll take any spoilers you have on the NCIS Christmas episode with Tony and his dad. — Marla, via Twitter
ADAM: Unlike in years past, the elder DiNozzo (guest star Robert Wagner) isn’t involved in the team’s case. “He comes back because he wants to spend Christmas with his son,” executive producer Gary Glasberg says. “There are many years of issues that exist between them. So, it’s not about a case — it’s really a personal story between the two of them.” Given some of the more “personal” moments that Tony has had with Ziva lately, could the conversation turn to her during the father-son heart-to-heart? “It definitely comes up,” Glasberg hints.



Posted by Admin on December 7th, 2012


CBS stars went to Children’s Hospital yesterday morning to help spread holiday cheer. Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, Cote de Pablo and Brian Dietzen were there too!


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Posted by Admin on December 5th, 2012


NCIS‘ Leroy Jethro Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon) has seen a lot in his storied life — but what he’s about to lay his eyes on in next Tuesday’s episode of TV’s most watched drama is sure to be a first.

In the episode “Devil’s Trifecta” — which is a follow-up of sorts to last year’s “Devil’s Triangle” — this happens

For the precious few uninitiated of you out there, that is Gibbs’ ex-wife, Diane Sterling (played by returning guest star Melinda McGraw), getting spooned by Sean Murray‘s McGee. We can’t quite make out Gibbs’ expression from this angle, but dollars to donuts it is one-half bemusement, one-half “WTF?”

You’ll have to tune into CBS next Tuesday at 8/7c to find out exactly what transpired here. But suffice to say, as shared in the official synopsis for the episode, “Rumors run wild among the group after Diane stays overnight at McGee’s.” Yeah, I’d say so!

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Posted by Admin on December 3rd, 2012


The people behind NCIS are grateful for the millions of fans who make the CBS procedural America’s most-watched drama every week. To say thank you, they are giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the show.

On Monday, CBS is launching “Inside NCIS,” a new web series offering exclusive access to the world of NCIS, on CBS.com and the CBS Audience Network. The eight-episode series will offer an inside look at how the show goes from the page to the TV screen, featuring everything from the music selection process to casting the extras who play the corpses!

In addition to the behind-the-scenes footage, viewers will get insights from cast members, including Michael Weatherly, Cote de Pablo, Pauley Perrette and David McCallum, as well as producers, set designers and crew members. A series of interactive elements, including trivia games about the cast, characters and plot lines, will complement the web series.

“We couldn’t be happier with these behind-the scenes-glimpses,” executive producer Gary Glasberg tells TVGuide.com. “Hopefully they will give fans some real insight into the extraordinarily talented crew I work with each and every day. NCIS is successful because we function as a team. Each department is uniquely gifted, but it’s the way they work together as a cohesive unit that makes this production a well-oiled machine. Watching these segments is like getting a private tour of our stages. We hope people really enjoy them.”

TVGuide.com has your exclusive first look at the very first installment of “Inside NCIS” below, which goes inside Abby’s lab and explores how the music created for those scenes has become a signature element of the show.

Details about the other episodes, including their launch dates, are available below.

Wednesday, Dec. 5: “Squad Room: Center of Attention” features Michael Weatherly and executive producer and showrunner Gary Glasberg taking viewers inside the iconic NCIS Squad Room set.

Friday, Dec. 7: “Autopsy: Bodies of Work” features actors David McCallum and Brian Dietzen, along with executive producer Mark Horowitz, spotlighting the exacting physical demands placed upon the lucky guest stars who portray the “bodies.”

Monday, Dec. 10: “Backlot: Location, Location, Location” spotlights Michael Weatherly and art director Robb Bacon taking viewers to the NCIS backlot, revealing how production transforms the streets and storefronts into recognizable locations from around the globe.

Wednesday, Dec. 12: “Ship Set: Set Afloat” offers interviews with Sean Murray, executive producer Chas. Floyd Johnson and technical advisor Leon Carroll discussing the production challenges of filming in the tight quarters of the ship.

Friday, Dec. 14: “MTAC: Telecommunication” demonstrates how scenes are staged in the Multiple Threat Alert Center, pulling in live feeds from different sets and allowing the actors to interact with each other in real time.

Monday, Dec. 17: “Vance’s Office: Highly Decorated” follows Rocky Carroll and set decorator Lynn Wolverton-Parker discussing the distinct touches in the set that reflect the character and history of Vance.

Wednesday, Dec. 19: “Interrogation: If These Walls Could Talk” explores the show’s cinematography and the tricks employed in shooting in tight quarters, with Cote de Pablo, director of photography Bill Webb, and writers and executive producers George Schenck and Frank Cardea.

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Posted by Admin on November 26th, 2012


This Tuesday at 8/7c, television’s most watched drama – CBS’ NCIS – will at long last bring together two of Gibbs’ agents in a new and intriguing way.

That’s right, Ziva and Abby are going to split off and work a case together. And Coté de Pablo, for one, tells TVLine she is “really excited” about the must-see match-up.

“It’s the first time they actually put those two characters together in an episode just about them,” the actress notes. “They get Abby outside the lab, we’re in Gibbs’ house…. It was fun working that dynamic with Pauley [Perrette]. She’s great to work with.”

Setting the stage for this alliance of fierce femmes is the abduction of a girl whose friend Lydia (Kyle XY‘s Kirsten Prout) witnessed the incident – as her father died trying to stop it, no less. “We need to keep her protected, and as we do there’s bonding between the three women,” de Pablo previews. Given the subject matter and the trinity of actresses involved, she says, “It’s not a real ‘action’ show. It’s more an emotional show than anything.”

Coming out of this collaboration, de Pablo believes Ziva and Abby will grow closer. “There’s a moment where Abby saves the day… and fans will love it,” she teases. And while this is not the “Ziva and Abby Go Undercover” episode she and Perrette oft have pitched the writers, “We have not given up on that,” she insists.

Speaking of formidable females: This week’s NCIS also introduces viewers to the spectacularly named Miranda Pennebaker, played by ER alum Alex Kingston. Though she figures into a separate part of the abduction storyline, de Pablo describes Miranda – “a well-connected woman with questionable morals,” per CBS – as someone “who doesn’t particularly run in the same world that we work in.”

Miranda does, however, share a mystery history with Gibbs, a connection de Pablo is anxious to see explored down the line. “I would love to know how they met,” she says. “We’re all crossing our fingers that she comes back.”

‘THE YEAR OF TIVA’?
And then there are the men in Agent Ziva David’s orbit. This week’s episode finds Tony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) curious-slash-jealous about some plans Ziva has with a mysterious man. “It’s a funny bit with a great payoff,” de Pablo promises. “The only thing I can say is that Tony is able to relax when he meets the guy.”

As for Weatherly’s pre-season pronouncement that “This is the year” for “Tiva,” de Pablo can only chuckle the way a sister marvels at her bratty brother. “I think that is maybe Michael and his wishful thinking,” she offers. “I’ve had years in which I thought, ‘Oh my God, this a Tiva year,’ and there have been years he thought were Tiva years…. The truth is, we have yet to find out where that storyline is going to go. I think they’re toying around with us like they always do.”

More One story arc de Pablo can properly tease is the latest appearance by Ziva’s father Eli David (played by Michael Nouri). Set to resurface at midseason, the actress says, “He comes to make peace with his daughter. but then drama unfolds.” I point out that showrunner Gary Glasberg has hinted at an “unexpected reveal“/”big sort of turn” pegged to Eli’s encore. “I’ll agree with him on that,” de Pablo allows. Without revealing specifics, she shares this much about the twist: “It’s an interesting thing to explore – and something we have never seen my character go through.”

All told, as de Pablo forges on with NCIS Season 10 – the final year of her latest pact with the hit drama – she confirms that she is very much still having a great deal of fun. “Always. They’re kicking my butt, but always,” she underscores. “We’re still the No. 1 drama, and that’s crazy to us even!”

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Posted by Admin on November 20th, 2012


Question: We haven’t heard much about the NCIS Christmas episode, other than Robert Wagner comes back as Tony’s dad. Anything else to share? —Lonnie
Ausiello: Well, if the elder DiNozzo is coming to visit his son for the holiday, that can only mean one thing. For the very first time, “We see Tony’s apartment,” Cote de Pablo tells us. And what if anything is surprising about the bachelor’s pad and/or its decor…? “The bed he sleeps in,” de Pablo answers with a rather hearty laugh. “And that’s all I’m going to say!”

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“This is all just a setup,” says Pauley Perrette, walking into the NCIS writers’ room north of Los Angeles. Michael Weatherly fatalistically adds: “This is where we all…” Brian Dietzen finishes the thought: “…meet our end.”

Not bloody likely. Sure, the series did off a couple major characters in the first five seasons (RIP, Lauren Holly’s Jenny), and some significant recurring characters have met their makers in the five years since (Mike Franks, we hardly knew ye!). But the chances of any of these eight diehards going down anytime before the show ends its run are about the same as the odds of Gibbs cracking a sustained smile.

Speaking of which: When we gathered all eight regular cast members of TV’s No. 1 drama for a historic summit, their fearless leader, Mark Harmon, was largely the quiet man out. When his colleagues finally called him on his reticence, he swore he was having too good a time listening to everyone else’s banter. As you read this unprecedented full-cast gabfest, you’ll know exactly what he means.

TV Guide Magazine: How often are all eight of you in the same room?
David McCallum: Table reads, every 10 days.

TV Guide Magazine: Have there been any scenes in which you’ve all been together at once?
McCallum: When Ziva became a U.S. citizen.
Pauley Perrette: Everybody wasn’t there. Michael wasn’t. But for Jenny’s funeral, we were.
McCallum: And that was the last episode of…
Michael Weatherly: Season 5.
McCallum: How do you know that?
Weatherly: Because when she died at the end of Season 5, that’s when we got the Rocket Man.[Points to Rocky Carroll.]

TV Guide Magazine: There have been no major cast changes lately — unless we count Brian Dietzen finally getting bumped up to the main credits after 10 years. [The group applauds.]
Dietzen: I’ve gotten congratulated so often in the last few weeks, and it’s a great recognition. But I’ve never been made to feel like anything but a full cast member for the last decade.
Perrette: It’s a lot easier on the rest of us, too, because people are hollering at me, “Why isn’t he in the opening credits?” “I don’t have anything to do with that — I don’t know!”
Dietzen: When I first did the show, I was supposed to do one day. So I thought, “I’ll wear glasses, hunch over and stammer a bit. I don’t have anything like that on my reel, so that’d be cool!”
Mark Harmon: I remember early on, maybe on the second day, David saying to you, “You come with me downtown to autopsy,” and you going, “All right, I’m there!” I remember right then thinking, “Okay, this is gonna work.”
Dietzen: I spent a lot of that time staring at my shoes and concentrating on not throwing up.

TV Guide Magazine: Do you prefer the stand-alone episodes or the ones that get into a lot of mythology and long-term storytelling?
Perrette, Weatherly and Dietzen: [Almost in unison] Stand-alone.
Sean Murray: Yeah, me too.
Cote De Pablo: Long-term storytelling! You get invested and you want to see the next one, and they get into a lot of character stuff and complex conflict.
Perrette: I sit around and watch the marathons on USA all the time, of course. So if [the multipart episodes] are not in the order of how they first aired, then I’m afraid it’s gonna confuse people.
Weatherly: That’s a very network-executive thing to say. Maybe I’m just incredibly conventional and conservative, but I get very lost in the two-parters. I’m like, where are we? What the hell is going on? Why do I feel like crying? [Laughs]
Perrette: No matter if it’s a one-parter or multiparter, the arc of the show is these characters.
McCallum: The scary part of that is, I find that Ducky and David have combined… [Everyone laughs] No, I’m serious about this. Has it happened to you guys, that your characters influence your own life?
De Pablo: Absolutely. I was saying goodbye to one of my best friends today, and she said, “Give me a hug,” and I gave her a hug like this. [Mimes a half-hearted back pat.] She was like, “No, I need a real hug!” And I gave her a huge hug. I’ve been playing this character that’s not [touchy-feely], and I find myself catching little things that are not me.
Weatherly: The distance between how I feel when I’m in that squad room and when I go home is so different now that I am keenly aware how consistent I used to be. Where work ended and life began was a very fuzzy line for me. And now I think it’s demarcated quite clearly. I’ve already spoken too much. [Laughs]
Perrette: It’s imperative to my survival and my life that the two never fade into each other at any time. Because especially in the past 10 years, I’ve dealt with so many horrific personal struggles that my escape is playing Abby. I put the ponytails in, and it’s like, “Abby doesn’t have that problem.” So literally, for Pauley’s own survival, I have to keep Abby completely separate. Because if I don’t, I have no place to hide. All of my freedom lives in Abby.
Weatherly: It is fun, still, right? People ask, “Are you tired of it? It’s a decade. Do you want to do something else?”
McCallum: I have fun every minute of the day.
Weatherly: [To Carroll] Do you ever bring Leon home?
Perrette: Yeah, your character is so different from your real personality.
Rocky Carroll: No, it doesn’t really work at home. You know that shopping cart with the wheels that lock when you take it past the yellow line in the parking lot? That’s kind of what it’s like.

TV Guide Magazine: I was going to ask who’s least like his or her character, and it sounds like the consensus answer is Rocky.
McCallum: And also Jimmy Palmer and Brian. Brian’s not a blithering idiot.
Dietzen: I’m not?
Perrette: [To Weatherly] I get asked about you all the time—
Weatherly: I’m much thinner in person.
Perrette: When people early on knew we were really good friends off-set, especially women would holler at me, “How can you be friends with him? He’s such a misogynist. I don’t know how you can hang out with that guy.” I’m like, “Do you mean Michael Weatherly? Because he’s actually not DiNozzo in real life.”
Weatherly: Although I have to say, it’s kind of fun to play a total dinosaur in terms of sexual politics, somebody who doesn’t give a flying f—-. The shallow end of the philosophical pool is obviously where Tony paddles around.
De Pablo: However, I have to say this, because my character has feelings for you—
Weatherly: I’m sorry.
De Pablo: No, there’s something deeper about that character. We always talk about the superficial element and the things that make us laugh. But he wouldn’t be doing what he does if he wasn’t really good at it. It’s a complex character, and that’s why people love it.
Weatherly: I’ve been really happy about Season 10. I don’t know how everyone else feels about it.
De Pablo: Ducky’s alive.
Weatherly: That’s a bonus. And I had a great time watching McGee after he got the initial gut blast with the window shard. I don’t know if this is by design or something you and [executive producer Gary] Glasberg cooked up, but I’ll ask anyway. It feels like there’s a little bit of a new wind in the sail. Do you feel that at all?
Murray: Yeah, I think McGee’s toughened up a little bit.
De Pablo: Mark, do you want to say something? [Much laughter over Harmon’s silence]
Harmon: No, I love listening to everybody! You’ve got all these excited people at this table. These guys have all done more than 100 shows, and they’re every bit as motivated as they were in the beginning, and in some cases more so.
De Pablo: It doesn’t come without work, though.
Weatherly: Talking?
De Pablo: Making it good.
Harmon: I just think you can’t forget how hard everybody worked to get here. Most of the time, shows don’t work. If you don’t appreciate this ride… But it wasn’t always a ride. I’m so clear about how we’ve earned this. I’m not confused at all. And I’m not confused about what it’s gonna take to stay here. I don’t think anybody at this table is. I mean, shows all end at some point. But right now, there’s no end in sight for this one.

For more with the cast of NCIS, pick up this week’s issue of TV Guide Magazine, on newsstands Thursday, Nov. 8!

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