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Although its parent series is currently in its 29th season, will CBS find the same sort of success with its new offering, 48 Hours: NCIS? The true crime program has the potential to attract fans of not just the 48 Hours TV show, but also the Tiffany Network's scripted NCIS TV series franchise. Will 48 Hours: NCIS be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.The 48 Hours: NCIS TV show centers on true crime cases handled by the real U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Rocky Carroll narrates the CBS TV news magazine, which features actual NCIS agents sharing the investigation techniques they use in cases including murder, fraud, and terrorism. The series delves into the sorts of real cases that have inspired the NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and NCIS: New Orleans -- ones the agents will never forget.Read More… »
Vulture WatchIs the TV audience hungry for another news magazine series? Has the 48 Hours: NCIS TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on CBS? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of 48 Hours: NCIS season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the CBS television network, 48 Hours: NCIS centers on true crime cases handled by the real U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Rocky Carroll narrates the TV show, which features actual NCIS agents sharing the investigation techniques they use in cases including murder, fraud, and terrorism. The series delves into the sorts of real cases that have inspired the NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and NCIS: New Orleans — ones the agents will »
Network: CBSEpisodes: Ongoing (hour)Seasons: OngoingTV show dates: April 25, 2017 — presentSeries status: Has not been cancelledPerformers include: Rocky CarrollTV show description:As part of the 48 Hours news magazine franchise, the 48 Hours: NCIS TV show centers on true crime cases handled by the real Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Carrol narrates, as agents share their investigation techniques they use in cases including murder, fraud, and terrorism.Read More… »
Vulture WatchAre Callan and Hanna still on the case? Has the NCIS: Los Angeles TV show been cancelled or renewed for a ninth season on CBS? Telly the television vulture is on the lookout for all TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is a dedicated place to track the status of NCIS: Los Angeles season nine. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?What's This TV Show About?Airing on the television network, NCIS: Los Angeles features the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Office of Special Projects (Osp). The chameleon-like Special Agent "G" Callen (Chris O'Donnel) can transform into anyone, in order to infiltrate the criminal underworld. He partners with Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J). A former U.S. Navy Seal, Hanna has seen action in both Afghanistan and Iraq. The seemingly omniscient Henrietta "Hetty" Lange (Linda Hunt) oversees »
It's going to be a little harder for fans of NCIS: Los Angeles to find their TV show this season. CBS has moved the series to Sunday nights, an evening when start times are often delayed because of football game overruns. How will this move affect the ratings? Will the series be cancelled or renewed for a ninth season? Stay tuned.NCIS: Los Angeles follows the the high-stakes NCIS division that's charged with apprehending elusive criminals that pose a threat to the nation's security. By assuming false identities and utilizing advanced technology, the highly trained agents go deep undercover, putting their lives on the line to bring down their targets. This drama stars Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J, Barrett Foa, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen, Miguel Ferrer, Renée Felice Smith, and Linda Hunt.The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 »
“I had heard about the story of Henrietta Lacks a few years ago. A friend of mine read the book and told me about the story and I remember being amazed her story was true,” Carroll, 53, tells People of the woman whose cells were the first successfully harvested by scientists, an act that has led to many medical advances in the decades since her death in 1951.
“This woman is one of the »
- Patrick Gomez
Calabro is set to recur next summer, during Season 5 of TNT’s summertime action-drama, in the role of Don Kinkaid, the general in charge of the modest Army that the United States has built up since the end of the plague, our sister site Deadline reports.
The Last Ship was renewed for the upcoming Season 4 midway through its summer 2016 run, then a month later had a fifth season added to that (to air in 2018). The two seasons are filming back-to-back. »
Michael Weatherly had a long and successful run on NCIS but left the series last season. He's back on CBS in his own series called Bull. Will it also be a ratings success? Cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.Inspired by the early career of Doctor Phil McGraw, the Bull TV show revolves around the brash and charming Doctor Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly). He combines psychology, human intuition, and high-tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses and the accused tick. His team members are played by Freddy Rodriguez, Geneva Carr, Jaime Lee Kirchner, Annabelle Attanasio, and Christopher Jackson.The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically »
After a week off, NCIS, once The biggest show on the air, returned down 0.3 to a new series low of 1.3.
That, in turn, left Bull hanging with its own series low of 1.1 dropping two-tenths.
Watch NCIS Season 14 Episode 21 Online
NCIS: New Orleans, though, became the sole success of the CBS lineup by ticking up a tenth to a 1.1.
Do you think CBS is rethinking their schedule going into fall of 2017?
I did not know Imaginary Mary had started. Why? Hearst Broadcasting cut off my ABC on Dish Network at the beginning of March.
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- Carissa Pavlica
It was a good night and a bad night for NCIS (1.3/5) in Tuesday's primetime as the CBS procedural simultaneously stood at the top of two hills and in the bottom of a far deeper valley. On a night that saw a few upticks among the Big 4's offerings, NCIS fell to a series low among adults 18-49. The 21st episode of the Mark Harmon led show's 14th season and the 327th episode of the series overall, last night's "One Book, Two Covers" was down 19% among the key demo from the… »
Three weddings — and maybe a funeral, somewhere? — are among the storylines on tap for CBS shows during May sweeps (starting Thursday, April 27).
Other teases from the Eye network include the return of a Big Bang Theory admirer, Eliza Dushku’s Bull run and a life-changing decision for a Five-0 team member.
RelatedCBS Renews 16 Series, Including Bull, Five-0 — What’s Missing?
Here are extremely curated excerpts from CBS’ 1,700-word press release:
Monday, May 1
Friday, May 5
Things are going downhill for the NCIS squad in New Orleans.
Pride's pursuit of Mayor Hamilton got derailed indirectly as the result of a weapons heist on NCIS: New Orleans Season 3 Episode 21.
It was an interesting case of the week with far-flung implications.
A heist crew made up of successful young women stealing guns so that villagers in the Sudan could protect themselves from Boko Haram terrorists?
Yeah, that's not a storyline you see every day.
No wonder it took Lasalle, Gregorio and Percy a while to figure this out. It's just so unlikely.
These sorority sisters, while volunteering in Sudan, got psychologically scarred while witnessing the brutality of Boko Haram razing a school for girls they had set up.
That part was certainly believable. You feel for these well-meaning philanthropists.
But their solution was to rip off weapons from Nadine's company and smuggle them into Africa. Other than the one ex-Marine, »
- Dale McGarrigle
Tonight on Prison Break (Fox, 9/8c), “Whip” can only share in the audience’s befuddlement, having witnessed Isil bigwig Abu Ramal emerge from solitary confinement at Ogygia to immediately embrace escape artist Michael Scofield.
Or is Michael (gulp) in fact no more? Has Kaniel Outis taken over?
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Augustus Prew spoke with TVLine about Whip’s adverse reaction to Michael’s unsavory alliance, how his character fits into the escape plan and… wait, what is Whip’s real name, anyway?
According to CBS, "After a Marine Sergeant is found murdered in a National Park, Gibbs and the NCIS team partner with Mounted Police Sergeant May Dawson (Elisabeth Rohm) to solve a string of related crimes in the park."
Who will save Supergirl‘s sister? How will NCIS: Los Angeles be forever changed? What does a Criminal Minds return mean? “Hilarious” times ahead for The Flash? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
As revealed in the synopsis for the episode “Alex” (airing May 1), the titular Deo badass is kidnapped, leading Kara and Maggie to find her — if, that is, they can agree »
NCIS fans need to get ready for a real look at the inside action of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. 48 Hours is launching a new six-episode series later this month that will show viewers real cases investigated by the NCIS, and a star from the CBS drama, Rocky Carroll, will narrate the series. The show is titled, 48 Hours: NCIS.Read More… »
Five episodes were provided prior to broadcast.
There are two questions a viewer might ask going into the third season of Bosch. The first is what Bosch offers that other television shows about homicide detectives do not, and the second is what a third season of Bosch offers that the first two seasons did not.
The first of these answers comes easily: Bosch offers one of the most patient, intelligent, intriguing police procedural narratives on television, eschewing cliffhangers and easy answers while embracing slow pacing, character development, and escalating tension. Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) is a compelling character, a far-from-perfect father chased by his childhood demons. The directing, the acting, and the writing all hold attention and merit high ratings. Even the cinematography deserves praise. Unlike many other mystery shows – think Foyle’s War or Sherlock – Bosch does not fall apart with hokiness when it comes time for a shootout or car chase. »
- D.F. Lovett
Arrow is staging a sisterly showdown.
Katrina Law will return to the CW drama as Nyssa al Ghul for a multi-episode arc, culminating in an epic fight between the former League of Assassins leader and her half-sister Talia al Ghul (Lexa Doig) in the Season 5 finale, EW.com reports.
Also appearing during the season’s final episodes are Law’s fellow Spartacus alums Manu Bennett (as Slade Wilson) and Nick Tarabay (as Captain Boomerang), whose characters are both locked up in an A.R.G.U. »
When Nielsen announced plans last year to offer Total Content Ratings, an initiative to measure audiences no matter what screen is being watched, Hulu seemed an ideal beneficiary.
The streaming service makes everything from “Empire” to “The Golden Girls” available on every conceivable device, from tablets to smartphones.
But just as Nielsen was preparing in December for an early 2017 launch of the metric, NBCUniversal, which has an ownership stake in Hulu, and other media companies successfully argued for a narrower rollout. Part of their objection was how measurement of shows on Hulu “was significantly incomplete, and therefore would actually offer misguided direction,” says Krishan Bhatia, executive vice president of business operations and strategy for the ad sales division at NBCU. Megan Clarken, president of product leadership at Nielsen, says her employer will be better equipped to capture every set of eyeballs looking at Hulu after the implementation of Tcr tracking software, which »
- Brian Steinberg
NCIS: Los Angeles has been waiting a long time to showcase Daniela Ruah’s dancing skills. Finally, a case comes along which gives her character Kensi the opportunity to use her extracurricular hobby at work. Read on if you want to know how stopping the leak of classified information led to Kensi slipping into her ballroom heels and taking a criminal for a spin around the dance floor. NCIS usually doesn’t get called in on wild goose chases, but since this one is serious enough that someone gets killed, they make an exception. Victor Larmont is the disgruntled ex of a
NCIS: Los Angeles Review: Kensi’s Dancing Days »
- Araceli Aviles
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