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NCIS : Los Angeles Season 20: Premiere Date for NCIS!

Since NCIS is unquestionably one of the most popular shows on television right now, the CBS network already confirmed that NCIS Season 20 would absolutely return this year. Look no further if you’re one of those people who wants to learn more about the conceivable release date! We have gathered all the necessary details about NCIS Season 20 in order to allay your concerns. To get all the answers, go on until the very end.

NCIS received a 20th season renewal from CBS on March 31, 2022. By posting the renewal announcement on NCIS’s official Twitter account, the network further verified the news: It’s official – #NCIS is back for its 20th season, according to Los Angeles! Returning with brand-new cases and much more drama is Parker and the squad. Who is ecstatic? View the official post down below:

The network has confirmed that NCIS will be a part of CBS’s fall TV programming in 2022–2023. This suggests that the return of the following season on television is probably scheduled for somewhere between September and October 2022. Just like previous seasons, this one will follow the network’s yearly timetable.

The whole NCIS franchise will return for the 2022–2023 broadcast season. After Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order, CBS has renewed the longest-running American primetime drama series for a landmark 20th season, which would tie Gunsmoke.

It also renewed NCIS: Hawai’i and NCIS: Los Angeles for a second and fourteenth seasons, respectively, of their respective top freshman dramas. You’ll need to wait until the social media marketing materials for each of these series are published in order to see a sneak peek of the new storylines. Since the return of the entire NCIS franchise to television is only a matter of months away.

Season 20 Premiere Date for NCIS

The network has officially announced that the show will return this year after more than two months of speculation by revealing that NCIS Season 20 will begin airing new episodes on Monday, September 19, 2022.

NCIS  Los Angeles Season 20

On June 23, 2022, the NCIS official Twitter account tweeted the update to its followers, citing, “Grab your gear – #NCIS returns with an ALL-NEW season Monday, September 19.” Not anything you’ll want to miss. View the official post down below:

Season 20 premiere date for NCIS

The network has officially announced that the show will return this year after more than two months of speculation by revealing that NCIS Season 20 will begin airing new episodes on Monday, September 19, 2022.

On June 23, 2022, the NCIS official Twitter account tweeted the update to its followers, citing, “Grab your gear – #NCIS returns with an ALL-NEW season Monday, September 19.” Not anything you’ll want to miss. View the official post down below:

In order to secure a renewal, Deadline reports that NCIS successfully handled the change in the lead actor from Mark Harmon to Gary Cole. According to Nielsen, the venerable drama is the No. 1 most-watched broadcast series this season with 11.11 million people, outperforming its new Monday 9 PM time slot by +149 percent.

With more than 95.8 billion potential social media impressions, the series has also performed well online. Due to these reasons, many big television networks do not want to lose any potential success from a long-running franchise anytime soon, so it is not surprising that the network has opted to approve the series for another season.

NCIS  Los Angeles Season 20 (1)

According to Kelly Kahl, President, CBS Entertainment, “NCIS, one of the most well-known and lasting series in the world, including fan favourite NCIS: Los Angeles, has been extremely successful on the CBS schedule for years.

” We are able to spread the strength of this powerful franchise across our calendar thanks to the strong new addition of NCIS: Hawai’i. We are beyond thrilled to welcome back all three of the show’s great actors and creative teams in order to present more gripping NCIS tales to audiences in the United States and throughout the world.

Since these supplemental updates take time and are purposefully pushed to persuade viewers to come in to watch the series and other properties, fans simply need to be patient with them.

NCIS  Season 20 Cast Updates

Although Mark Harmon, who plays NCIS Supervisory Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, left the show earlier in the season as an actor, he is still listed as an executive producer and may return for the show’s upcoming third season. He was given the option to play his part again whenever he desired. The following well-known cast members have also been announced to return:

  • NCIS Senior Field Agent Timothy McGee is played by Sean Murray.
  • In the role of NCIS Special Agent Nicholas Torres, Wilmer Valderrama
  • Jimmy Palmer is portrayed by Brian Dietzen.
  • As an NCIS Forensic Specialist, Diona Reasonover Hines, Kasie
  • As an NCIS Special Agent, Katrina Law Amanda Knight
  • Donald “Ducky” Mallard, played by David McCallum
  • Rocky Carroll as Leon Vance, the NCIS director
  • Gary Cole as Alden Parker, Supervisory Special Agent for NCIS
  • NCIS Special Agent and Psychologist Maria Bello Jacqueline Sloane, M.D.
  • As an NCIS Forensic Specialist, Diona Reasonover Hines, Kasie

Additionally, executive producers include Steven D. Binder, Chas. Floyd Johnson, Mark Horowitz, Mark Harmon, Scott Williams, David North, and Donald P. Bellisario. Belisarius Productions collaborates with CBS Studios to develop NCIS.

When NCIS Season 20 premieres, all previous seasons of this popular programme will also be available to stream on Paramount+, fuboTV, and Netflix. The series is also available for rental or purchase on Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, and Google Play, with a wide range of membership plans available based on customer preference.

Additionally, you can watch the show exclusively on the CBS website, where the episodes are posted after they air on the channel on Mondays at 9 p.m. and 8 c. NCIS is available for free streaming on NBC, CBS, and Pluto depending on the viewer’s location.

Official Synopsis of NCIS

“NCIS follows a fictional squad of Naval Criminal Investigative Service Major Case Response Team (MCRT) special agents headquartered at the Washington, D.C. field office in Washington Navy Yard,” according to the series’ synopsis. The squad was led for the first eighteen seasons by Supervisory Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a former Marine and skilled investigator.