Gary Glasberg, executive producer and showrunner of NCIS and executive producer and creator of NCIS: New Orleans has died at the age of 50.
His legacy includes taking NCIS to the top of the ratings – in America and worldwide – for television drama for five consecutive years.
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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.
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Jennifer Esposito is joined the cast as a regular for season 14. Her character will be introduced in the season 14 premiere on Tuesday, September 20th (8/7C).
Her character, NCIS Special Agent Alexandra ‘Alex’ Quinn – and experienced agent who left field work to become an instructor. For more, follow the jump.
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First Lady Michelle Obama will appear on NCIS for its May 3rd episode in support of Joining Forces, a nationwide initiative supporting service members, veterans and their families.
For details, follow the jump.
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Okay, maybe it’s not that big a surprise, given that NCIS is the most watched TV drama in the world – but not many network TV shows get two-year renewals, so there’s that. With this renewal, NCIS will reach its 15th season.
In related news, series lead Mark Harmon signed a new two-year deal. Follow jump for details.
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NCIS (CBS, Tuesdays, 8/7C) opens its thirteenth season (!) with the conclusion of the 12th season’s cliffhanger conclusion. In Iraq, chasing down leads on terrorist organization The Calling, NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs had just been shot by the boy he had tried to befriend.
Continue reading NCIS: Season of Change for Gibbs!
NCIS has been named the most watched dramatic television series in the world for the second straight year. Not bad for a show in its eleventh season!
The hit CBS drama was honored with the International TV Audience Award at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival. For more, follow the jump.
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CBS has revealed the premiere dates for its 2015 Fall Schedule; beginning its fall slate with the kick-off of NFL Thursday Night Football on September 17th.
In a show of confidence for its new superhero series, CBS has moved Supergirl’s premiere up from November to Monday, October 26th following The Big Bang Theory before moving to its regular slot – Mondays (8/7C) on November 2nd.
Other highlights include the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation two-hour finale on Sunday, September 27th (9/8C); the premiere of Limitless on Tuesday, September 22nd (10/9C); and the return of CBS’ Thursday night entertainment lineup – The Big Bang Theory, Life In Pieces, Mom, Angel From Hell and elementary – on November 5th.
For a complete look at the CBS 20145 Fall Premiere schedule, follow the jump.
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CBS’ Hawaii Five-0, CSI: Cyber and Survivor will all get two hour season finales, while new comedy series The Odd Couple will have a one-hour sign-off for its first season.
The network begins the wrap-up o the 2014-15 season with the April 20th first season finale of Scorpion and concludes the season with the May 24th season finale of mid-season series Battle Creek.
For a complete list of CBS season finales – dates and times – follow the jump.
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How hard is it to crack the CBS lineup? This hard: CBS has just announced renewals for eighteen shows – including the top-rated drama (NCIS) and comedy (The Big Bang Theory), the top-rated new comedy (The Millers, sadly) and the top-rated news program (60 Minutes). With two previously announced renewals, that means twenty slots in CBS’s schedule have been taken.
For a complete list of returnees, check out the press release after the jump.
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