Breaking: NCIS Unstoppable! CBS Boss Drops Bombshell – No Slowdown! Latest on NCIS: Sydney Season 2 Revealed!

As the NCIS franchise prepares to film its 1,000th overall episode, CBS Entertainment chief Amy Reisenbach expresses confidence in the future of the long-running flagship series. Prior to the Season 21 premiere of NCIS, Reisenbach stated to Deadline that she envisions no slowdown, emphasizing the fantastic cast and enduring writing staff. She conveyed the network’s excitement to continue the NCIS journey for the foreseeable future.

NCIS maintained its position as TV’s most-watched drama, averaging 9.9 million total viewers (with Live+7 playback) in the last TV season. Reisenbach highlighted the show’s consistent success, marking the largest audience for any 2022-23 entertainment program.

For fans of NCIS: Sydney, the Australia-set spinoff, Reisenbach promised news “soon” regarding the potential renewal for a Season 2. NCIS: Sydney has been a success, averaging 6.6 million viewers and a 0.43 demo rating (with Live+7 playback) for the current TV season. It stands as CBS’ most-watched entertainment program and is second only to 60 Minutes in total audience for this unusual, strikes-delayed TV season.

Reisenbach expressed enthusiasm for NCIS: Sydney’s performance, considering it a win not just for CBS but also for Paramount, Paramount+, and Paramount International. She conveyed positivity and hinted at forthcoming news.

While Reisenbach did not provide insights into NCIS: Hawai’i, which opens its third season on Feb. 12, she did share details about the recently greenlit NCIS: Origins. The prequel series, following a circa-1991 Leroy Jethro Gibbs with Mark Harmon narrating, was described as “different” from other NCIS iterations. Reisenbach highlighted its edgier and grittier tone, along with a serialized element that the team is excited about.

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