NCIS sneak peek released for season 21 premiere
The web page is an article from MSN Entertainment News that previews the upcoming season 21 premiere of NCIS, a popular crime drama series on CBS. The article includes a video clip from the first episode of season 21, titled “Blood in the Water”, which features the return of Agent Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the introduction of a new character, Agent Jessica Knight (Katrina Law). The article also provides some background information on the show, such as its ratings, cast changes, and spin-offs.
NCIS season 21 release date
The article states that NCIS season 21 will premiere on **Monday, Feb. 12, 2024** at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. The article mentions that the show was renewed for two more seasons in April 2023, ensuring its longevity as one of the longest-running scripted series on television. The article notes that the show has been moved from its original Tuesday night slot to Monday night, following the cancellation of NCIS: New Orleans and the launch of NCIS: Hawaii.
The article confirms that Mark Harmon will reprise his role as Leroy Jethro Gibbs, the leader of the NCIS team, but with a reduced presence on the show. The article introduces Katrina Law as Jessica Knight, a new series regular who joins the NCIS team as a REACT (Regional Enforcement Action Capabilities Training Team) agent. The article also lists the other returning cast members, such as Sean Murray (Timothy McGee), Wilmer Valderrama (Nick Torres), Emily Wickersham (Ellie Bishop), Brian Dietzen (Jimmy Palmer), Diona Reasonover (Kasie Hines), Rocky Carroll (Leon Vance), and David McCallum (Donald “Ducky” Mallard).
The article reveals that Gary Cole, a veteran actor known for his roles in The Good Wife and Veep, will join the show as a new series regular, playing FBI Special Agent Alden Park. The article speculates that Maria Bello, who played Jacqueline “Jack” Sloane, a forensic psychologist and Gibbs’ love interest, may make a guest appearance in season 21, after leaving the show in season 18.
NCIS season 21 spoilers
The article recaps the events of the season 18 finale, which ended with a cliffhanger involving Gibbs being shot by a serial killer and falling into a lake. The article teases that season 21 will pick up where season 18 left off, and will explore the aftermath of Gibbs’ shooting and his recovery. The article hints that season 21 will also delve into the personal lives of the NCIS team, such as McGee’s marriage, Torres’ feelings for Bishop, Palmer’s grief, and Knight’s backstory. The article states that season 21 will feature some crossover episodes with NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: Hawaii, as well as some guest stars, such as Pam Dawber (Harmon’s real-life wife), Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), and Enver Gjokaj (Agent Carter).
The article embeds a video clip from the season 21 premiere, which shows Gibbs being rescued from the lake by Knight, who then performs CPR on him. The article describes the clip as a “sneak peek” that gives fans a glimpse of the new dynamic between Gibbs and Knight, and the tension that may arise from their different approaches to law enforcement. The article also includes a link to the official NCIS Twitter account, where fans can watch another trailer for season 21, which showcases more action, drama, and humor from the show.