CBS has announced a cornucopia of Thanksgiving episodes – something for every taste, from soaps to primetime; from sitcoms to dramas, nine CBS programs celebrate Thanksgiving: Kevin Can Wait, Superior Donuts, 9JKL, Scorpion, The Bold & the Beautiful, The Young & the Restless, Life in Pieces, NCIS and Bull.
Score another win for CBS – NCIS was named the most watched drama series, worldwide. The series, now about to enter its 15th season, was honored with the International TV Audience Award at the Monte Carlo Television Festival.
When agents investigate the deaths of petty officers Elise Makdessi and Quincy Brown, they find what should be an open and shut case: Makdessi’s husband has shot and killed Quincy Brown, whom the husband says he found raping and killing his wife.
The discovery of a videotape made by Makdessi kicks of an investigation that took six years – across two continents.
48 Hours: NCIS, a six-week series hosted by Rocky Carrol of hit CBS series NCIS, premieres on Tuesday, April 45 (10/9C).
NCIS is the most popular drama in the world – and has been for many years. While its cases are usually fictional, there is a real United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service and it has just celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Fans of NCIS and anyone interested in how the organization functions can find out as CBS launches 48 Hours: NCIS – a six episode series that will look at some of NCIS’ biggest cases.
NCIS star Rocky Carroll will host the series. 48 Hours: NCIS will premiere on Tuesday, April 25th (10/9C).
CBS has released the season finale dates for its primetime shows – including Elementary and NCIS: Los Angeles (above) – in chronological order beginning with MacGyver on Friday, April 14th and concluding wityh The Amazing Race on Thursday, June 1st.
One of the best things about working with CBS is the way they provide an annual press release that sums up where each of their returning shows left off and provides a brief tagline for what’s coming up when the new season begins.
Follow the jump to find out what lies ahead for your favorite CBS shows.