NCIS fans were overjoyed to see the casts of NCIS, NCIS LA, NCIS New Orleans, and NCIS Hawaii stand together on the picket line during the SAG strike.
The NCIS world officially clashed when stars from all four shows joined forces on the picket line of the SAG-AFTRA strike.
Daniela Ruah, who plays Kensi Blye on NCIS: Los Angeles, came to Instagram to share a strange but pleasant event at the Los Angeles protest.
She and the other three NCIS stars posed for a series of photos, all wearing SAG-AFTRA T-shirts and beaming from ear to ear.
Ruah, 39, can be seen with NCIS’ Jimmy Palmer star Brian Dietzen, NCIS Hawaii actresses Vanessa Lachey and Kian Talan, and CCH Pounder and Scott Bakula from NCIS New Orleans.
In other photos, she can be seen with numerous franchise authors and producers.
Ruah added with the photos, “Today was strong and necessary.”
“I am so grateful to have walked alongside all of you today, @iatse & @dga members and supporters of @wgastrikeunite & @sagaftra.”
“I saw so many people I’ve loved for over 14 years come together in strength again.”
The original CBS police procedural has been running for over two decades and has spawned three spin-offs, each with their own fan base.
NCIS Hawaii debuted in 2021, just months after viewers bid farewell to NCIS New Orleans following seven seasons.
It was then NCIS Los Angeles’ turn to go, with the first-ever NCIS spin-off ending 14 years after it began aired.
Despite the fact that just two of the four series are currently on the air, the show’s popularity endures, with fans delighted to see some of its stars from all of the NCIS seasons assembled in one place.
“I’m proud of you Dani, keep fighting,” one fan remarked. “It’s good to see the NCIS familia come together to fight the good fight.”
“Wow, I see NCIS, NCIS LA, NCIS NEW ORLEANS, AND NCIS HAWAII together united,” another excited person added. Excellent work.”
A third said, “I loved seeing how the #NCISLAFamilia and the #NCISVerse came together.”
Thousands of people are lining the streets in the United States to show their support for the continuing SAG-AFTRA and WGA writers’ strikes, which have been going on since last month.
While the strikes have brought Hollywood to a halt, with further work on shows and films postponed, many big faces have come out in force.
Unfortunately, the strikes imply that the wait for the remaining NCIS series to return will be longer than anticipated.
Season 21 and season three of NCIS and NCIS Hawaii were supposed to resume in the fall, but as the strikes continue, this looks less likely.
If no agreement is reached soon, viewers may have to wait until next year for the next season to begin.
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