NEXT ON NCIS
16x01 - Destiny's Child - One month after Director Vance was kidnapped, Gibbs is assigned the role of acting director in his absence while the team searches worldwide for his whereabouts, on the 16th season premiere of, NCIS
Tuesday September 25th, (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT)

Posted by Admin on April 19th, 2013


Please tell me the names of the guest stars on the April 17 show on NCSI. –Suzan
If by “the April 17 show on NCSI” you mean “the April 30 episode of NCIS,” which has yet to release a guest cast list, I can confirm that that hour marks Oded Fehr’s first episode back as the elusive Ilan Bodnar.

Is it too late to ask for more NCIS scoop? That promo for next week’s episode has me very excited to see the finale arc kick off. –Cheryl
Ever since I broke the news of Marina Sirtis’ casting as new Mossad director Orli Elbaz, several have wondered if Eli David’s successor is familiar with his feisty daughter. “There is a lot of history between Ziva and Orli,” show boss Gary Glasberg confirms. “We discover something at the end of the [April 23] episode, a nice little twist and a surprise that absolutely will inform us moving forward about the two characters. There is more to [their relationship] than meets the eye.”

Source



Posted by Admin on April 18th, 2013


THE NCIS TEAM IS QUESTIONED BY A DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INVESTIGATOR REGARDING THEIR RESPONSE TO THE BODNAR CASE, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, MAY 7

Colin Hanks (“Dexter”) Guest Stars as Department of Defense IG Investigator Richard Parsons

“Double Blind” – A Department of Defense investigator scrutinizes the NCIS team’s response to the Bodnar case involving the murder of Ziva’s father and Vance’s wife. Meanwhile, the team examines whether a Petty Officer is suffering from paranoia or if his claims of being followed are tied to a matter of national security, on NCIS, Tuesday, May 7 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Colin Hanks (“Dexter”) guest stars as Department of Defense IG Investigator Richard Parsons.

CHEAT TWEET: The NCIS team is under the microscope as a DOD Investigator ?’s the Bodnar case #NCIS 5/7 8pm ET/PT



Posted by Admin on April 17th, 2013


That Agent Ziva David has embarked on a dangerous, season-ending mission to avenge her father’s death while portrayer Cote de Pablo is the only cast member not yet set to return to NCIS in the fall is pure coincidence, says showrunner Gary Glasberg.

“I have absolutely no qualms telling you that this storyline” — launched by the double murder of Eli David and NCIS director Leon Vance’s wife Jackie — “is something I was talking about last spring,” Glasberg asserts to TVLine.

“No, that’s not a game that I play,” putting a character in jeopardy when an actor’s status is TBD, he adds. “My job is to creatively keep the show going and do the best job that I can, and let other people work that stuff out. I’m all about the show.”

When last we tuned into TV’s most watched drama, Ziva had covertly set out to find Eli Bodnar (played by Oded Fehr), the man she holds responsible for the deadly assault on Vance’s home. When the show returns next Tuesday to uncork the final four episodes of Season 10, “We send Ziva off, with Tony, on a clue trail that leads them to Berlin,” Glasberg previews. As things unfold, “This arc connects into the story that becomes the season ender and dovetails into what will propel us into Season 11.”

But will de Pablo be around for the already renewed next cycle? When series lead Mark Harmon inked a new deal for Season 11 back in February, it left the actress as the only series regular in limbo. (The last time de Pablo entered contract talks, in 2011, she didn’t re-sign until late April.)

“I actually have had very little input and interaction with [negotiations],” says Glasberg. “We knew that we had this whole Bodnar arc for the second half of the season, and we’ve all been very focused on that.

“I’m confident that things will work out [with de Pablo],” he continues, “and we’ll present the best finale that we can and go from there.”

And will this season’s finale — titled “Damned If You Do” and airing May 14 — be the sort that leaves Ziva and/or others in some sort of jeopardy? “There are absolutely issues that come up, situations that leave us asking, ‘How is the team going to move forward? How will things change within the team?’” the show boss teases. “I’m not going to let you down in terms of that!”

Source



Posted by Admin on April 16th, 2013


Question: Now that it’s been confirmed that Muse Watson is coming back to NCIS as Mike Franks, can you give us some spoilers about why he’s there and what’ll happen with Gibbs? —Marla
Ausiello:
Fortunately, Matt Mitovich just got off the horn with show boss Gary Glasberg, who explained that the Season 10 finale, titled “Damned If You Do” and airing May 14, presents “a situation where Gibbs has to really question, ‘How far is too far? How far can you push the boundaries? How far can the team cross the line?’ And in looking at things from a moral stance, in terms of what has happened over the years, things get internalized and we’re very fortunate to have the ‘conscience’ that is Mike Franks there for Gibbs to interact with.

Question: Do you have anything new on the NCIS front? –Cheryl
Ausiello:
If you, as many do, see a resemblance between incoming guest star Colin Hanks and Sean Murray (who plays Agent McGee), Glasberg promises that “absolutely” will be addressed on camera. “There’s a terrific scene in ‘Double Blind,’ which is the penultimate episode, when McGee and Colin (playing a DoD snoop) meet for the first time. And it actually comes up again in the finale as well,” the showrunner shares. “We got a big kick out of it around here!”

Source



Posted by Admin on April 12th, 2013


All hands on deck: A beloved JAG officer is poised to show up just when NCIS needs him most.

John M. Jackson will reprise his role of Judge Advocate General A.J. Chegwidden in the JAG spin-off’s 10th season finale, which finds a federal witch hunt threatening the future of Gibbs’ gang.

“We needed a lawyer, a really good lawyer, to assist Gibbs and the team in the finale,” NCIS executive producer Gary Glasberg tells TVLine exclusively.

Enter Chegwidden, now retired from the Navy, who will step away from his powerful D.C. law firm to help Gibbs & Co. in the episode. Glasberg calls the outing a “nail-biter which will hopefully leave fans stunned all summer long.”

Fans of JAG will remember Chegwidden as Mac and Harm’s boss – and sometime father figure – whose gruff demeanor belied a deep devotion to his team. He was in charge during the Season 8 episodes that introduced Mark Harmon’s Gibbs and served as NCIS‘ planted pilot.

Since leaving JAG in 2004, Jackson has guest-starred on series including Bones, Private Practice, CSI, Castle and Perception.
The retired Navy big shot is just one of the surprise guest-stars who’ll show up during the eventful season-ender, which airs Tuesday, May 14 (8/7c).

“Our NCIS team may never be the same again,” Glasberg adds.

Source



Posted by Admin on April 12th, 2013


NCIS (8:00-9:00 PM)

The international manhunt for Eli David’s killer turns into a federal witch hunt against Gibbs and the team, which questions their unconventional methods and threatens their future at the agency.



Posted by Admin on April 12th, 2013


NCIS’ season finale is going to be pretty tough on Gibbs. Fortunately, he’ll have an old friend to help him through it all.

Muse Watson will reprise his role as Gibbs’ mentor and best friend Mike Franks in the Season 10 finale, TVGuide.com has learned. Of course, Mike was killed by the Port-to-Port Killer in Season 8, but his specter made an appearance in Season 9 during Gibbs’ own near-death experience in the show’s 200th episode.

The finale finds Gibbs (Mark Harmon) & Co. in the middle of a federal witch hunt related to the team’s unconventional methods in the international pursuit of the man who killed Ziva’s (Cote de Pablo) father and Director Vance’s (Rocky Carroll) wife. The investigation will ultimately threaten some of the agents’ futures with NCIS.

“Gibbs is going to face some very tough decisions,” executive producer Gary Glasberg tells TVGuide.com. “And who better to help him than his best friend, Mike Franks. … Imagine having a conscience, a moral compass, that speaks to you in the form of the wonderful Muse Watson. … This is going to be a lot of fun.”

Watson first revealed the news via his Facebook page.

NCIS’ Season 10 finale airs Tuesday, May 14 at 8/7c on CBS.

Source



Posted by Admin on April 11th, 2013


AGAINST ORDERS FROM HOMELAND SECURITY, THE NCIS TEAM CONTINUES THEIR MANHUNT FOR THE ELUSIVE BODNAR, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, APRIL 30

“Revenge” – In retaliation for the murders of Eli David and Jackie Vance, the NCIS team feverishly searches for Bodnar despite orders from Homeland Security to relinquish the case, on NCIS, Tuesday, April 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.



Posted by Admin on April 10th, 2013


Wow that NCIS ending was such a twist and for us to wait two more weeks is just cruel. What can you tell us about the next episode? Obviously Tony felt hurt and betrayed by Ziva, how does that play out? — Cheryl
Um, me thinks they’ll be just fine. Also, there’s a big scene in a *** that’s going to leave your jaw on the floor.

Source


Welcome to ncissource.org

Welcome to NCIS Source your source for all things NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service and the NCIS Team. We have the latest news, photos, media and so much more. Thanks for stopping by, and if you have any questions, please free to contact us!
Sponsored Ad
Elite Affiliates
Current Projects


Season Sixteen
Date: September 25th, 2018
Status: Filming
Photos | IMDB | Official Site | Itunes

Follow NCIS & Cast
NCIS CBS
Sean Murray (McGee)
Brian Dietzen (Palmer)
Rocky Carroll (Vance)
Emily Wickersham (Bishop)
Wilmer Valderrama (Torres)
Maria Bello (Jacqueline Sloane)
Pauley Perrette (EX-Abby)
Michael Weatherly (Ex-Tony)
Duane Henry (Ex-Reeves)
Jennifer Esposito (Ex-Quinn)
Jesse Stern (Ex-Writer)
Steve Binder (Writer)
Christopher J. Waild (Writer)
Christopher Silber (Writer)
Scott Williams (Writer)
Dennis Smith (Director)
Nicole M. Matthews (Ex-Writer)
Where To Write
"NCIS"
Att: (Cast/Crew member name)
26030 Avenue Hall
Box 4
Valencia, CA 91355
Latest Images
113368_0857b.jpg
113368_0627b.jpg
113368_0136b1.jpg
113268_0006b.jpg
Spotlight Moment
14x13
- 14x13 - Keep Going
Own NCIS


Season 15
Role: DVD/Blu-Ray
Status: Available Now
Amazon | Itunes


Season 11-14
Role: DVD/Blu-Ray
Status: Available Now
Amazon | Itunes



Season 1-10
Role: DVD/BlueRay
Status: Available
Best Buy | Amazon | Itunes



NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack & Vol 2
Role: CD
Status: Available
Best Buy | Amazon | Itunes



NCIS: The Official TV Score
Role: CD
Status: Available
Best Buy | Amazon | Itunes



NCIS: Benchmark
Role: CD
Status: Available
Best Buy | Amazon | Itunes

Top Affiliates

For Links back to the Site
Twitter Updates
Site Stats
Launched: July 12th, 2010
Webmaster: Meghan & Alice
Contact: E-Mail
Hosted By: Flaunt Network
Fans Online:
Hits:
Disclaimer
NCIS Source is a fan site for the CBS show NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service and NCIS: Los Angles. We are in no was affiliates with the show, the cast or crew or CBS. This is meant for the fans, entertainment purposes only, no profit is made, and no infringement is intended. All photos are property of their respectful owners and are being used under Fair Copyright Law 107. Tags and watermarks on photos exist only for promotional purposes and don't imply ownership. Contact us if you have any concerns. Contact Us.