Katrina Law of NCIS has had a significant hair transformation, and she looks amazing!
The Jessica Knight actress debuted her hot pink locks on Instagram, which she matched with a vivid lip and a ‘SAG-AFTRA’ shirt.
In solidarity of the ongoing actors’ strike, she said in the caption, “Mid-strike hair don’t care! @sagaftra, let’s go!!!”
Katrina’s fans were quick to congratulate her on her new hairstyle, including co-star Brian Dietzen – aka Dr Jimmy Palmer – who used the eyes emoji alongside the comment “Hell yeah!”
Fans expressed their approval as well, with one saying, “Love it @katrinalaw! “It’s stunning,” one person said, adding, “Wow!”
Alex Tarrant, who plays Kai Holman in the NCIS: Hawai’i spin-off, also chimed in. “End of strike hair?” he inquired, dropping many crossed fingers emojis.
Katrina’s new look comes while filming for season 21 of NCIS has halted.
According to Deadline, while the CBS show’s writing team returned to work in October, the actors has yet to return to set to film the new episodes due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike.
Negotiations between SAG-AFTRA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers are still ongoing, with weekend negotiations reported to be fruitful.
We discussed all open proposals, including AI, with the AMPTP over the weekend, SAG-AFTRA tweeted on Sunday.
Both parties will work independently on Monday before resuming schedule discussions at the end of the day. Join us in the morning and flood the picket lines. Make your opinions known.
When Will NCIS Season 21 Be Available?
The release date for the next 21st season has yet to be announced by CBS.
With the WGA strike finished and writers back at work, scripted dramas like NCIS, One Chicago, and The Rookie could be back on our screens as early as mid-March, according to Deadline. However, how quickly the SAG-AFTRA strike is concluded will determine this.
Filming for a mid-season premiere would need to begin around Thanksgiving.
Over the previous few months, the cast of NCIS has been very supportive of the strike, notably Katrina, who has shared multiple posts from the picket lines in Los Angeles.
She commented on Instagram, beside photos of her fellow NCIS cast members holding banners outside Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, “I’m so proud of the NCIS actors and writers for standing up for one another.”
In a lengthy post dedicated to the actors’ union and NCIS, her co-star Brian also expressed his support for the cause. “I love the people I work with,” he wrote, accompanied by a photo of the NCIS cast on the picket lines. I’m proud to support them while we wait for a fair deal. I’m confident that there will be a way for everyone (actors, authors, and studio personnel alike) to participate in future revenue streams and benefit from the triumphs we’re all striving for.