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It looks like the NCIS franchise is preparing to spawn another spinoff. CBS is planning a planted spinoff in an upcoming two-part episode of NCIS: LA, which itself came out of a planted spinoff in the original NCIS series. That show started off as a planted spinoff too, of JAG. It’s really quite the family tree, and a new addition may be on the way.
Recent repots that new American Idol judges Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey aren't getting along could be exaggerations, or perhaps the rumors are true that one of them could end up exiting the series if things can't be worked out at the judges table. At the very least, we may be in for a very tension-filled season come next year when the singing competition resumes.
Des Barres will join NCIS during the show’s 10th season, as an ageing rock star who has hit hard times. The string of hard times started way back in the 1980’s, after Mr. Rockstar partied a little too hard and spent all of his musical earnings
Productions is set to begin on Season 10 of NCIS next week and because of this, fans will be happy to hear, Murray, Perrette, and Weatherly have all finalized plans to return. The lengthy contract negotiations began after CBS studios decided to pursue each of the actors separately (and, assumedly, for different amounts of money). Luckily, each deal worked out in the nick of time and Murray, Perrette, and Weatherly will all return for not just one year, but two.
CBS renewed more than a dozen TV series, which join the previously renewed The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother. Not all of the network’s shows made the list, but it looks like most of the network’s Monday night comedy line-up will be left intact.
Reaching the landmark that is a 200th episode is a very big deal. Set for February 7th, the episode “Life Before His Eyes” will focus on a key moment in Gibbs' existence. Set mostly within a diner, the episode will incorporate flashbacks from the last nine years, meaning it should be a little nostalgic for anyone who has been watching since the program's inception.
While last night’s season finale of Dancing with the Stars brought in big numbers as viewers tuned in to see which contestant took home this season’s mirror ball, the ratings were still down from last season’s finale. Still, ABC pulled off a win for the night, beating out Fox’s The X Factor by more than ten million viewers.
It's becoming more and more common for movie stars to not only make the move to lead roles in television but to even show up in small guest roles. The very popular, original version of NCIS, now the number one scripted show on television, has just brought on a pretty special guest star for a two episode stint. The star? None other than Tony Curtis' daughter, Jamie Lee.
Oh, television crossovers, they are never very good are they? I shouldn't say never because the Flintstones/Jetsons crossovers were incredible, but that was because of the interesting clash of worlds, characters, and endless narrative possibilities. Yet, even the more mundane crossovers, like the one I'm reporting today, seem to make people salivate. Why? Maybe it's just me, but sending a cop from one police procedural to another just doesn't blow my skirt up.
And another one bites the dust...make that another four bite the dust. After just yesterday, when CBS dropped the axe on three of their Fall '10 debuts, The Defenders, $#*! My Dad Says, and Mad Love, they've now brought it down on the mid-season addition and spinoff, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior.
In case you thought NCIS creator Don Bellisario's abrupt ousting after disagreements with his star Mark Harmon was the last of it, here's a new litigious wrinkle to put to rest any swim into the sunset misnomers
We’re at the midway point of August and while that might mean the countdown to cooler weather and the return to school or work has already begun for some, it also means we’re just a few weeks away from the start of the new TV season. Up ahead is the primetime schedule for the Fall 2010 season.
This week CBS will premiere the spinoff to their popular drama series NCIS. We’ve got a series description, along with a video and some episode photos for those of you who are looking forward to NCIS: Los Angeles, which premieres this Tuesday night on CBS.
CBS has announced dates for their premiere schedule for the fall and you’ll find no surprises. We already knew that Medium was making the jump to CBS from the Upfronts
We’re in the final run for the network Upfronts as CBS has announced their fall primetime schedule. There’s nothing really notable here…oh wait, is that Medium I see on the new schedule?