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CBS is furthering the relationship with one of the network’s biggest stars: LL Cool J.
The rapper, actor and host — who stars on “NCIS: La” and has hosted the Grammy Awards many times for the network — is stepping behind the camera to produce a scripted CBS comedy.
Titled “Brotherhood,” the series, based on the U.K. format of the same name, follows two brothers who find their lives turned upside down when they have to move in together to raise their 10-year-old brother. The project hails from “Friends” alum Michael Borkow, who is adapting the British series and will serve as executive producer with LL Cool J, Kenton Allen, Matthew Justice.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
For its first two seasons, NCIS: New Orleans has had the security of airing directly out of flagship NCIS, CBS' most watched series. Now, the network is moving the series to 10pm, a timeslot with fewer viewers. Will this move negatively impact the ratings or, could they grow? Could it be cancelled or is it essentially guaranteed to be renewed for a fourth season? Stay tuned.NCIS: New Orleans revolves around the local field office in New Orleans, investigating criminal cases that affect military personnel. Special Agent Dwayne Pride (Scott Bakula) leads the team. The rest of the cast includes Cch Pounder, Daryl Chill Mitchell, Lucas Black, Rob Kerkovich, Shalita Grant, and Vanessa Ferlito.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 »
For the first time in NCIS' very long history on CBS, Michael Weatherly isn't part of the cast. Will this negatively impact the ratings for the network's most-watched TV series? With such high ratings, the show wouldn't be in danger of being cancelled and CBS has already renewed the show for season 15. Still, it's fun to watch the ratings. Stay tuned.On NCIS, Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team of special agents continue to investigate crimes that involve the Us Navy and Marine Corps. The rest of the season 14 cast includes Brian Dietzen, David McCallum, Emily Wickersham, Pauley Perrette, Rocky Carroll, Sean Murray, Wilmer Valderrama, Jennifer Esposito, and Duane Henry.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 »
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 -- »
“NCIS” star Mark Harmon’s three-year-old pit bull attacked a crew member on the CBS set of the crime show. According to TMZ, Harmon’s dog Dave became alarmed after cast and crew members played with the dog. Related: ‘NCIS’ Dedicates Episode to Showrunner Who Died Unexpectedly With Sweet Tribute Insiders report that the individual needed 16 […] »
- Sylvia Ogweng
'NCIS' star Mark Harmon has a dog that attacked a crew member on set, but the dog has a pretty solid defense. Sources connected with production tell TMZ, Harmon's dog is a 3-year-old pit bull mix that he rescued as a pup. His name is Dave. Mark frequently brought Dave to the set, which was a dog-friendly environment. Other cast and crew members brought their dogs as well. We're told a week ago »
- TMZ Staff
A no longer missing petty officer leg the NCIS team to a corporate shell game and the mystery of several million dollars missing in NCIS Season 14 Episode 6, which also featured some decent character-building moments.
While "Shell Game" doesn't break into my "favorites" list, it definitely managed some entertaining scenes, an amusing and memorable new supporting character, and some sound technical advice.
The opening intro appeared more suited to fellow CBS offering Criminal Minds than NCIS, with the brutal treatment of the unfortunate victim by the evil creep Olek. It was an interesting twist, then to have her turn the tables on him and actually beat him to death before escaping.
Certainly not something you see very often on Criminal Minds, to be sure!
A chronic issue of long-running crime shows like NCIS, CSI, and Law & Order is that the Cases of the Week tend to be, well, weak. An element »
- Kathleen Wiedel
Michael Weatherly left NCIS last season but he's back on CBS with the new Bull TV show. Was it a good move? How is Bull doing in the ratings? Most new TV shows are cancelled after one season. Will this be one of them? Cancel or keep it?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.Read More… »
Celebrate Halloween with NCIS in season 14 episode 6, and see how Abby welcomes the newbies to the team with personalized gifts she has knitted.
In "Shell Game," a kidnapped petty officer escapes her captor, and the team uncovers a connection to her missing husband. Also, Tony Gonzalez is back as Special Agent Tony Francis, so how's Quinn going to feel about that?
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 »
A Dinozzo is back on NCIS in season 14 episode 7! Okay, so he's not the Tony Dinozzo that everyone wants to see again, but Robert Wagner does return in "Home of the Brave." After all, Tony's apartment is pretty nice, so why shouldn't someone live in it?
According to CBS, "Torres boldly breaks protocol when he learns a witness in an NCIS case is wanted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Also, Abby, Bishop and McGee woo landlord Tony Dinozzo Sr. (Robert Wagner) in the hope of subletting Tony's apartment."
Finally, Kensi rejoins the team (kinda) on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 8 Episode 5.
It's been three episodes (four weeks thanks to the debates) that viewers have seen Kensi laying in bed with a coma. Which is getting to everyone, especially Deeks, who is fearing the worst.
Deeks: I want to be that guy, but what if I can't do it?
Hetty: That won't happen, because you're going to give her everything she needs to get better.
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Finally, she awakes up, but can only move one side of her body. Anyone want to guess how Kensi will spend the rest of Daniella Ruah's maternity leave? I'm guessing lots of physical therapy, and a lot of heart-to-hearts with Deeks and her mom Julia.
I feel pretty safe that Kensi won't be having philosophical chats with Deeks' mother Roberta, »
- Dale McGarrigle
According to TV Line, the veteran actress will debut next month during November Sweeps as Jenna Flemming.
The character is described by the website as an intelligent, savvy and seasoned congresswoman who does not mince words; she's all about getting things done her way.
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Masterson is likely a familiar face to both movie fans and television viewers.
- Matt Richenthal
A Tony Dinozzo is coming back to NCIS! No, Michael Weatherly is not returning, but we will be seeing Robert Wagner make an appearance as Tony's dad, also named Tony Dinozzo, in the Nov. 1 episode of the CBS hit series. We'll also be back in Tony's apartment, which is a hot commodity around the NCIS office. The episode, called "Home of the Brave," finds Abby (Pauley Perrette), Bishop (Emily Wickersham), and McGee (Sean Murray) all trying to woo landlord Tony Dinozzo Sr. into letting them sublet his son's apartment. We can only imagine the forms this wooing will take, based on the exclusive photos below. Weatherly, who is now starring on »
RelatedNCIS Renewed for Season 15
Making her debut in the midst of November sweeps, Masterson will play Jenna Flemming, a witty, savvy and seasoned congresswoman who doesn’t mince words and gets things done her way. Director Vance (series regular Rocky Carroll) will form a bond with Flemming as NCIS investigates a threat on the politician. (See exclusive photos above and below; click to zoom.)
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
NCIS dropped heavily into personal matters on NCIS Season 14 Episode 5 when the team investigated the death of a petty officer in Philadelphia, as well as the possible connection to weapons smuggling.
The show finally addressed Quinn's issues, specifically what led her to leave the field to become an instructor, and investigated a little into Torres and his discomfort at the office life. Plus, Clayton Reeves joined the cast just in time to be betrayed by his friend!
Let's look at the Case of the Week first. I pegged Finley for a traitor the moment he gave that absurd story about how one of his captors just happened to drop his phone within reach. I mean, come on. This is a television drama. What were the chances Finley wasn't lying?
What really sold it was the completely unnecessary shooting of Nestor Carbone by Finley. Very showy and clearly meant to distract the team. »
- Kathleen Wiedel
CBS' announcement of full season orders for freshman series today just goes to show there is no way you can predict this business.
Michael Weatherly's Bull received a full season commitment, which was pretty much a given. With a time slot right behind his old home and before another NCIS franchisee, there was no better place to put the legal show based on Phil McGraw's early career for a fine kickoff.
Bull is the most watched new program of the season, averaging over 17 million viewers. Those are some great numbers.
Kevin Can Wait, featuring the return of Kevin James to CBS, all but solidified its success by utilizing James' first hit series, King of Queens, as a catalyst to get his new series noticed. It, too, has received a full season order.
The commercials for Kevin Can Wait had both Kevin and Doug Heffernan in his familiar brown »
- Carissa Pavlica
CBS has moved in to give Back 9 orders to its three new fall series, dramas Bull and MacGyver and comedy Kevin Can Wait. The pickups bring the episode count for each series to full-season 22 episodes. All three shows got off to a strong start during premiere week. Comedy Kevin Can Wait and drama Bull, toplined by proven CBS stars (Kevin James and NCIS' Michael Weatherly, respectively) and given big and compatible lead-ins (The Big Bang Theory and NCIS, respectively)… »
CBS is going to the distance with three of its rookie series, ordering full seasons of Bull, Kevin Can Wait and MacGyver. The “back nine” pickups mean all three series’ will produce 22 episodes in their inaugural runs.
Bull — starring Michael Weatherly as a pre-Oprah’d Dr. Phil — has thus far proven to be a worthy Tuesday companion to Weatherly’s alma mater NCIS. In its first three outings, the show — which is fall’s most-watched new series — is averaging 14.6 million live viewers and a 2.1 demo rating, improving on NCIS: New Orleans’ Season 2 average in the time slot (13 mil/1.8).
In "Philly," Gibbs sends Quinn and Bishop to Philadelphia to work with MI6 Officer Clayton Reeves when a missing MI6 Officer is linked to a murdered petty officer. Also, Quinn painfully recounts the case that led to her leaving behind field work.
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