NCIS Crossover Event Gets New Airdate

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NCIS Crossover Event Gets New Airdate

By Movieguide® Staff

Fans of NCIS will have to wait a while longer for the crossover special, after CBS pushed back the special event one week.

The three-hour crossover episode features NCIS, NCIS: Hawaii, and NCIS: Los Angeles will now air on Monday, Jan. 9, starting at 8/7c.

While the three shows come together to solve one mystery, they will follow a chronological order as NCIS kicks off the event with an episode called “Too Many Cooks,” followed by NCIS: Hawai’i’s episode “Deep Fake.”

The night will end with an episode from NCIS: LOS ANGELES called “A Long Time Coming.” Several stars from the three different shows will guest star.

NCIS: Los Angeles‘ Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J, and NCIS: Hawai’i‘s Vanessa Lachey and Noah Mills are set to guest-star in the NCIS episode. NCIS‘ Gary Cole and Wilmer Valderrama, and NCIS: Hawai’i‘s Lachey and Yasmine Al-Bustami will appear in the final, NCIS: LOS ANGELES episode.

Movieguide® previously reported:

CBS recently announced an upcoming three-hour crossover episode featuring NCIS, NCIS: HAWAI’I, and NCIS: LOS ANGELES.

The three-hour special will debut on the network on Jan. 2, according to Deadline.

“We are so excited to finally have the long-awaited, first-ever NCIS-verse crossover to share with our passionate, loyal viewers,” Amy Reisenbach of CBS said. “The popularity, longevity, and continued success of the franchise is a testament to the immense talent of the casts and writing and producing teams who bring these shows to life. They came up with a thrilling story for this epic three-hour event that creatively brings all three NCIS teams together for fans to enjoy in one night and beyond.”

The teams from each of the shows will have to work together to track down a hitman, according to the episode’s plot.

NCIS remains one of CBS’ most-watched shows, with over 4.1 trillion minutes viewed across all branches of the series.

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