NCIS fans, rejoice! CBS has officially announced the 3-way crossover event date for the long-running franchise. Amy Reisenbach, executive vice president of current programs at CBS, revealed the all-night NCIS event in a statement to Deadline. It is scheduled for January 2nd. “We are overjoyed to finally have the long-awaited, first-ever NCISverse crossover to share with our devoted fans,” she said. “The franchise’s popularity, longevity, and ongoing success is a testament to the immense talent of the casts and writing and producing teams who bring these shows to life.”
Reisenbach went on to say that the shows’ production teams have created a “thrilling” story for the three-hour event. “[It] brings together all three NCIS teams for fans to enjoy in one night and beyond.”
According to Deadline, the NCIS crossover event will revolve around a high-stakes case involving a hitman. In Washington, D.C., members from all divisions will gather. to honor a FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center) instructor However, the profession is discovered d3ad on the eve of the celebration. Although it was assumed that he committed suicide, his former students suspect foul play.
The NCIS event will begin at 8 p.m. on CBS, with the episode titled Too Many Cooks. Deep Fake will air on NCIS: Hawai’i at 9 p.m., followed by A Long Time Coming on NCIS: Los Angeles at 10 p.m.
CBS went on to say that over the last 20 years, the NCISverse has received over 4.1 trillion minutes of viewing time. NCIS: New Orleans, which concluded in May 2021, is also included.
Vanessa Lachey recently teased a three-way crossover event for ‘NCIS’
Vanessa Lachey discussed the upcoming 3-way crossover event with Entertainment Tonight.
Lachey teased, “Today is the first day that all three shows are meshing in the first episode.” “It’ll be NCIS and NCIS: Hawaii, followed by NCIS: LA… It’s fantastic because we were all in the same room and everyone was wondering, ‘Does my character know your character?’ When did you two first meet? ‘When did you two meet?’ As a result, we’re all figuring it out for ourselves.”
Lachey also stated that she is looking forward to franchise fans “starting to come up with their own theories” about the upcoming crossover event. She also discussed her castmates and how they differ from other characters. “It’s always funny to me to see how serious we all are in procedural television,” she said. “But we’re all just regular moms, dads, and people.” So I just like to kick it with them, talk about life, and just hang out and eat snacks.”
“I mean, we do work, don’t get me wrong,” Lachey continued. I act as if we’re just sitting around all day, but it’s been really interesting to see the other side of everyone.”
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