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New NCIS season 11 tons of new spoilers dished by producer ,Gary Glasberg. Recently, Entertainment Weekly,hit up NCIS Executive Producer, Gary Glasberg, for some new NCIS season 11 spoiler dish,and it turns out that the new season will kick off with a time progression leading up to the moment everyone just experienced,we may meet McGee's girlfriend,and more. To kick things off Gary revealed that all the threads going on with the Navy Seal issues will tie up in season 11. Next, Gary gave a little teaser of how they will start off season 11,stating, "The season opener, we will see the progression of time leading up to that moment that everyone just experienced, and in that progression, we’ll see the case that Gibbs is assigned to, the specifics of the case, how it is unfolded, who the players are, and then when we get to the exact moment. »
Now, TV Fanatic staff members Steve Marsi, Douglas Wolfe and Christine Orlando have assembled for our weekly Round Table Q&A discussion of various events and topics from this installment.
Join in as we analyze this season-ending, entertaining hour of TV's #1 show!
1. How would you describe this week in one word (or two, or three, or four)?
Doug: Together in separation.
Christine: Walk away.
2. What was your favorite quote or scene from "Damned If You Do?"
Doug: I actually laughed out loud when Franks started shooting the fish. The grin on Gibbs' face was pretty cool to see too.
Christine: Admiral Aj Chegwidden! As a fan of Jag, the show NCIS spun off from, I was positively giddy when he walked in as Gibbs attorney. These two are kindred spirits. Heck, "Aj" even stands for Albert Jethro! »
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NCIS: More Post-finale Scoop
Did you enjoy this week’s season finale? Did my post-mortem with Gary Glasberg leave you hungry for more? You’re in luck. Here are some outtakes!
Q: Are Palmer’s baby plans going to be a big part of his arc next season?
Glasberg: I think so. I’d like to get into it. It’s sort of a subject matter that I think is important to talk about and I’d like to do it properly »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Leroy Gibbs and his team are back for another season of NCIS and big ratings for CBS. It's hard to imagine that this TV show will ever be cancelled but it has to happen sometime, doesn't it? Keep watching!
The 10th season of NCIS typically airs on Tuesday nights at 8pm on the CBS network. The cast includes Mark Harmon, Brian Dietzen, Cote de Pablo, David McCallum, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, Rocky Carroll, and Sean Murray.
Below are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if NCIS is going to be cancelled or renewed for season 11 (though cancellation certainly seems incredibly unlikely).
These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Final season averages: 3.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic »
In the aftermath of a surprising Season 10 finale, which ended with Gibbs' black ops mission and three agents resigning, we look ahead to NCIS Season 11 and what lies ahead for a team in turmoil.
Executive Producer Gary Glasberg spoke with Entertainment Weekly about a season in which he did a lot of unorthodox things, especially for a show largely considered procedural in nature.
After three episodes that felt like season-enders - Eli and Jackie's death, Tiva's car crash, Bodnar's demise - we were left with a surprising finale Tuesday and many questions for NCIS Season 11.
Excerpts from Glasberg's chat with EW below ...
On how he conceptualized this story arc: "[For 10 years], Gibbs has handled things but maybe crossed some lines in the way that he handled them. And someone had to have noticed that somewhere along the way."
"There are people paying attention and what if someone - an investigator who, for his own reasons, »
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With the five broadcast networks having unveiled their fall schedules for the 2013-14 season, The Hollywood Reporter breaks down each night of the week for a handy viewing guide to keep up with the time-slot battles (S.H.I.E.L.D. vs. NCIS) and transplanted series (Parenthood moves to Thursdays at 10).
The Voice (NBC)
Bones (Fox)/ALMOST HUMAN (Fox)
Dancing With the Stars (ABC)
How I Met Your Mother (CBS)
Hart of Dixie (CW)*
- Lesley Goldberg
Who says CBS doesn’t make bold programming moves? Oh, that’s right: Everyone. But everyone would be slightly wrong! At yesterday’s upfront presentation, the nation’s most-watched — if least-interesting — broadcast television network surprised reporters by revealing that it was not green-lighting two high-profile potential series: A small screen revival of Beverly Hills Cop from executive producer Shawn Ryan (The Shield) starring Brandon T. Jackson as the son of Axel Foley and a recurring Eddie Murphy; and NCIS: Red, starring John Corbett and Kim Raver. Beverly Hills Cop might find a home elsewhere, while NCIS: Red was deemed unworthy »
- Jeff Jensen
There's no network cockier than CBS during upfront week, and with good reason. Sure, they had to cancel last season's newbies "Vegas," "Golden Boy" "Made in Jersey" and "Partners," but their schedule is so stable -- and dominant in the ratings -- that they never have many holes to fill.
They've only ordered three dramas for the 2013-14 season and just one is on the fall schedule. That's limited series "Hostages" which will air 15 episodes uninterrupted and then turn over its Monday night timeslot to another new drama -- "Intelligence" -- in the winter.
Here's a rundown of the two new dramas CBS presented to advertisers at its 2013 upfront on May 15 at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
"Hostages" (Mondays at 10 p.m. Et)
It's an interesting play: a heavily serialized thriller set for a limited cable-style run of 15 episodes that still looks and feels like a CBS procedural. Put another way, »
CBS was so eager to start boasting about being No. 1, its upfront presentation began promptly at 4:01 p.m. Et, which is virtually unheard of. Advertisers straggling in late might have even missed the sweet tribute to the upcoming final season of “How I Met Your Mother,” once again demonstrating why networks like using the “Les Miserables” soundtrack in their presentations.
In some respects, that sense of urgency was understandable. In others, they might have wanted to wait a little longer.
See Also: CBS Expands Thursday Comedy Block, Shuffles Dramas
The Eye network’s big gamble for the fall involves expanding to a second comedy four-stack on Thursday night, essentially seeking to drive reeling NBC into the ground and formally claim the valuable suck-up-all-that-movie-marketing-cash “Must-See TV” mantle for itself. Yet judging the network’s quartet of new sitcoms by their cutdown clips, CBS only made it halfway there.
Oddly, for »
- Brian Lowry
The Fall TV Season presentations for all the new network shows take place this week with the fourth announced today. Here's a full breakdown of which concepts have made the final list over on CBS.
The king of the networks easily remains in charge despite "Elementary" being their only fresh hit of last season's new shows. The network's line-up remains fairly stable with only a few key moves such as Thursday being expanded to include two hours of comedy programming, and "Hawaii Five-0" moving to Fridays.
Several other pilots didn't make the cut this week including the series sequel to the "Beverly Hills Cop" movies, a TV version of the comedy "Bad Teacher", the "NCIS" mobile spin-off "NCIS: Red," a procedural based on Leif G.W. Persson's literary homicide detective Everett Backstrom, the Frank Marshall-produced political thriller "The Ordained" about a priest turned lawyer trying to save his sister from assassination, »
- Garth Franklin
CBS is bringing more laughs to its schedule in the 2013-14 season, expanding its Thursday comedy block to two hours. It's also stacking the three most-watched dramas on TV on Tuesday nights and giving a few other shows new homes.
Four new comedies -- two on Mondays and two on Thursdays -- will join the schedule in the fall, along with just one new drama, a serialized thriller called "Hostages." CBS plans to run the show, about a surgeon (Toni Collette) whose family is kidnapped the day before she's supposed to operate on the president of the United States, for 15 weeks straight in the fall. It will then give way to another new show, "Intelligence," starring "Lost's" Josh Holloway, in early 2014.
Take a look at CBS' night-by-night grid for fall 2013 here.
The Thursday comedy block will kick off with the powerhouse "The Big Bang Theory," leading into a pair of new shows, »
CBS has announced that it is picking up five comedies and three dramas. The comedies include "The Crazy Ones," starring Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar, and "The Millers" with Will Arnett and Margo Martindale.
The dramas picked up include Jerry Bruckheimer's "Hostages," starring Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott, which will air its season finale in January. Taking up its Monday timeslot will then be "Intelligence," starring CBS vet Marg Helgenberger and Josh Holloway.
Pics: New shows for the 2013-14 season
Here is the night-by-night schedule for CBS:
7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 Sun 60 Minutes The Amazing Race The Good Wife The Mentalist Mon How I Met Your Mother We Are Men 2 Broke Girls Mom Hostages Tue NCIS NCIS: Los Angeles Person of Interest Wed Survivor Criminal Minds CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Thu Big Bang Theory The Millers The Crazy Ones Two and Half Men »
CBS has unveiled its 2013-2014 schedule, creating a fresh two-hour comedy block on Thursday nights and shifting Person of Interest to Tuesdays, meaning the three highest rated dramas on TV will now air back... to back... to back.
Also of note: Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar's new sitcom will air Thursdays at 9, while Josh Holloway will make his return to television at midseason in Intelligence. Mike & Molly, meanwhile, will premiere some time in 2014.
Continue to visit TV Fanatic throughout the day and week for more information on the following new shows - listed in Caps - and scroll down for the complete listings...
8:00-8:30 Pm How I Met Your Mother
8:30-9:00 Pm We Are Men
9:00-9:30 Pm 2 Broke Girls
9:30-10:00 Pm Mom
10:00-11:00 Pm Hostages/Intelligence (Midseason)
8:00-9:00 Pm NCIS
9:00-10:00 Pm »
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Chicago – When you’re the #1 network on TV, it must be tempting to stay the course. However, CBS always shakes things up a bit and this year is no different. The 2013-14 schedule, announced this morning, features four new comedies (including a new comedy block in one of their most successful time slots) and one drama, along with new time slots for big hits “Person of Interest,” “Two and a Half Men,” and “Hawaii Five-0.” The five new shows feature a stunning degree of star power with lead roles taken by Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Margo Martindale, Tony Shalhoub, Toni Collette, Will Arnett, Tate Donovan, Allison Janney, and more. It must be nice to be #1.
Full schedule below with new show descriptions under that. Come back for more news, reviews, and previews of the 2013-14 Fall schedule.
7pm “How I Met Your Mother”
7:30pm “We Are Men »
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CBS has slotted four new comedies and two new limited-run dramas for the 2013-2014 season, expanding its Thursday slate to two hours of comedy while moving around some popular dramas.
CBS is switching drama ‘Person of Interest’ to Tuesdays at 10 p.m to make way for the Thursday sitcoms, replacing previous time slot residents ‘Vegas’ and ‘Golden Boy.’ Meantime ‘Hawaii Five-0′ moves from Mondays at 10 p.m. to Fridays at 9 p.m.
CBS Entertainment prexy Nina Tassler said developing comedy- especially comedy produced by CBS Corp.’s own studio- was a priority. The network was considering as many as 11 comedy pilots, she said. Many broadcasters have found new respect for the sitcom because the format sells well in the aftermarket and can often be a draw online, while costing signfiicantly less than a serialized drama.
See Also: Pilot Scorecard: Track the Orders in Real-Time
CBS will launch the bulk of its new programming Mondays. »
- Brian Steinberg
CBS on Wednesday morning revealed its primetime line-up for the 2013-14 TV season and herewith are the headlines: The Eye network is expanding its Thursday comedy block into the 9 pm hour, with the Robin-Williams-Sarah Michelle Gellar comedy Crazy Ones snagging the 9/8c anchor position; Person of Interest is on the move to Tuesdays at 10/9c; and Hawaii Five-0 is being relocated to Fridays at 9/8c.
Photos | Fall TV Preview: Your Guide to What’s New!
- Michael Ausiello
"NCIS" wrapped its season with a shocking cliffhanger, and a dramatic and perhaps even more shocking flash forward. The bulk of the episode saw the noose tightening around Gibbs' neck, courtesy of the investigator, Parsons. The man was driven and willing to do anything to get his man, despite his own claims that it's all about the law.
But regardless of Parson's character flaws, the case he's investigating at its core is true. Gibbs did kill the man who killed his wife and daughter, and his team did help cover up that crime so he could get away with it. But they proved that the team is more family than anything when they went in as a united front and resigned to protect Gibbs.
They "took responsibility for the accusations," which isn't the same as taking responsibility for the crimes. But it was enough to postpone the investigation into Gibbs. »
- Jason Hughes
With familiar faces from the past, dramatic endings and hints of the future, "Damned If You Do," closed out the 10th season of "NCIS" Tuesday (May 14). It also showed why this series just keeps on going -- it reveres its past while not being afraid to blow things up.
The episode opens with a dream sequence in which Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) is fishing with his late mentor, Mike Franks (Muse Watson, proving once again that death is no impediment to ongoing guest appearances). After some talk about the inadequacies of catch-and-release fishing, Franks pumps gunshots into the water. He vanishes, but Gibbs soon finds himself surrounded by floating bodies that just keep rising to the surface.
By the end of this labyrinth episode, Department of Defense Investigator -- and apparently experienced blackmailer -- Richard Parsons (Colin Hanks) fails, at least for the moment, in his quest to »
NCIS closed out its 10th season with an episode that left a team divided, Gibbs with a sniper rifle in his hands, and someone we know in the crosshairs of said gun. (For a full recap, click here.)
So where do we go from here? Executive producer Gary Glasberg has the scoop:
Entertainment Weekly: I have to say, I couldn’t have predicted where this season was going to end.
- Sandra Gonzalez
Warning: This story contains spoilers from tonight’s season finale of NCIS. Proceed with caution.
Leroy Jethro Gibbs, what have you gotten yourself into?
Tonight’s season finale of NCIS promised that the team would be put to the test, and they were. But I don’t think anyone could have guessed the episode would lead to Three resignations.
Before you keel over from shock, let me explain how we got there:
In the finale, Parsons (Colin Hanks) continued his quest to bring down Gibbs and was on his way to scoring an indictment of our favorite silver fox leader. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
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