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Michael Weatherly is calling an end to his time on NCIS. He announced his departure in January, and recently had a chance to reflect on his time on the long-running show.
NCIS has been a CBS staple for a really long time. The formula for success isnít always super apparent, but series lead and producer Mark Harmon recently revealed why he thinks the show is still going strong in Season 13.
One of the longest-lasting dramas currently on the air, CBS' NCIS will be celebrating a major milestone soon, and the show is bringing in actor Taye Diggs to take a very special part within a special episode. And it may or may not involve music.
The shows that manage to stay on the air the longest are the ones that are able to reinvent themselves whenever necessary. NCIS on CBS has managed to hang on to key members of its cast, but now a new cast member is coming.
Itís been said time and time again that nothing good lasts forever, and the casts of long-running hit TV shows arenít immune to that claim. For instance, NCIS is losing one of its original characters.
The fall TV season is very nearly upon us, which means that sooner rather than later TV subscribers will have a ton of new and returning programs to add to their TV-viewing calendars. Thereís surely something out there for everyone, and weíll keep our fingers crossed that your favorites avoid the cancellation axe.
The big networks have all released their respective fall 2015 schedules, but if you want to figure out all the tricky maneuvers you are going to have to make with your DVR, you can take a look at our master list, here. Everything from The Flash to Scorpion has conveniently been listed.
In releasing its planned fall schedule, CBS is giving audiences a chance to get ready for a handful of new series like Supergirl, as well as a long list of returning favorites, like The Big Bang Theory and Criminal Minds.
It is finally renewal season, and CBS has just announced a slew of renewals for the 2015-2016 season, which is way better than when the network cancelled newbies Stalker, Battle Creek and The McCarthys.
America loves television. America loves television so much that last year there were 180 original scripted shows that aired on cable alone. While cable and streaming shows have been receiving a lot of love from the awards ceremonies of late, apparently, the average American is still very much a fan of regular broadcasts.
Letís say something terrible happens to someone you know. For the sake of argument, letís say a cousin who youíre kind of close to gets straight up murdered by some unknown hood. You need answers, and you want them quickly. Who should you go to?
These days, the goal of most television shows is to give the viewer a compelling enough reason to come back. Through cliffhangers, pieces of personal life drama or unresolved issues, these programs try to create long-term storylines that are too intriguing to abandon.
In a city of endless music, endless food and endless partying, NCIS: New Orleans is looking to keep most of its focus on investigating military-based criminal cases. (Thatís like going to an orgy to see the wall decorations.)
Yesterday, word broke that CBS had given a massive 3-season renewal to The Big Bang Theory. Today, good news has come down for eighteen -- yes, eighteen! -- other CBS series. These aren't three-season renewals, but the network has ensured that a lot of their currently airing programs will be back on the air for the 2014-2015 season.
Ready for the fall? Yeah, me neither. The summer TV season is only just getting started but CBS is already getting their ducks in a row for the Fall and those who want to plan ahead can get a look at what the Eye has in store for their viewers come September.