What You Should Know About Season 21 of ‘NCIS’

Some may believe that after two decades on television, there isn’t much more NCIS can do to surprise viewers. Season 20 appears to have accomplished this, as viewers were left stunned by the bombs dropped throughout the episode.

Fans witnessed massive changes for the group of government agents over the course of 22 episodes, including Jimmy (Brian Dietzen) publicly declaring his love for Knight (Katrina Law) in front of his coworkers. But it was a massive cliffhanger about Torres (Wilmer Valderrama), who went undercover in jail to gather information about an alleged Russian t3rr0rist att4ck that really got people going. He not only received answers, but he also discovered someone who may be able to reveal some dark secrets he never intended to share with anyone.

Given the unexpected ending, it’s no surprise that fans are already clamoring for Season 21. Thankfully, the show has been renewed for another year, with even more adventures in store for our favorite team. Here’s everything you need to know about NCIS season 21, including the release date, cast, spoilers, and more.

Is there going to be a season 21 of NCIS?

On February 21, fans of the long-running drama learned that NCIS would return for season 21. The show shared the exciting news on Instagram, along with a video montage revealing its return for the 2023-2024 television season.

The post was captioned, “BIG NEWS,” by the show’s social team. “Get your gear ready, we’ve got more work to do.” Season 21 of #NCIS has been officially renewed! We hope to see you there.”

Though no release date for NCIS season 21 episodes has been set, CBS has confirmed that the popular series will continue to air on Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET. NCIS: Hawaii will then return at 10 p.m. ET with new season 3 episodes.

In the meantime, you can hit “save” at the top of this article to stay up to date on the latest NCIS season 21 news, including when it will air.

Who will appear in NCIS season 21?

Based on the events of the season 20 finale, the following characters can be expected to appear in the NCIS season 21 cast:

1 – Sean Murray as Special Agent Timothy McGee
2 – Wilmer Valderrama as Special Agent Nick Torres
3 – Katrina Law as Special Agent Jessica Knight
4 – Gary Cole as Supervisory Special Agent Alden Parker
5 – Brian Dietzen as Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Jimmy Palmer
6 – Diona Reasonover as Forensic Specialist Kasie Hines
7 – Rocky Carroll as NCIS Director Leon Vance
8 – David McCallum as NCIS Historian and former Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard

Al Sapienza, who debuted in the season 20 finale as an unknown older man who chats with a young prisoner at the jail Torres is undercover at, could play a key role next season. While the season finale implies they have some history, it will most likely be explored in season 21.

Are there any NCIS season 21 spoilers?

While it’s unclear what storylines will be developed in the new season, the season 20 finale of NCIS left a major cliffhanger involving Torres. After spending the episode undercover in a prison to find the perpetrator of a mysterious Russian att4ck, the agent learned from Evelyn Shaw (guest star Juliette Goglia) that inmates were aware of the presence of a federal agent among them. Furthermore, the group discovered that current inmate Yuri (Themo Melikidze) and his father Kostya Valkov (Ilia Volok) were planning an electrical blackout across the United States, or what Ducky referred to as a “black sky event.”

Torres eventually makes his way out of prison, but not before noticing an older man (Al Sapienza) conversing with another prisoner who claims he is in jail for something he did not do. Torres went to the older man’s house as the group tried to stop Evelyn, who is actually Valkov’s daughter and the one who released the blackout v1rus. He turned out to be an unspoken key to Torres’ past, prompting Torres to pick up a gun and declare his desire to see him d1e.

With this massive twist, fans immediately took to Twitter to speculate on the connection. “I’m guessing an ex-boyfriend of [Torres]’ mom who likely stole mom’s life savings and ran… for Nick to want to k1ll him, he had to have done something more serious than that,” one Reddit user speculated. “I think the guy dated Torres’ mom, screwed her financially, and left, or framed Torres in the same way he’s doing for his current v1ctim,” another said, partially agreeing. “I believe this is a stepfather who entered their lives after Torres’ real father left… During his time, he must have done something to the family. Perhaps they were conned when they were already poor?” a different follower speculated.

Needless to say, viewers should brace themselves for a deep dive into Torres’ life before NCIS…

Where can I watch NCIS season 21 in streaming form?

People can watch new episodes of NCIS on CBS on Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET. If you don’t have a television, you can always watch the drama on the CBS website or the CBS app.

Furthermore, viewers are not required to have a cable subscription in order to watch NCIS. There are services such as YouTube TV, fuboTV, and Hulu + Live TV that allow people to watch the show as it airs live. The first two sites provide free trials, allowing you to try them out before committing to a subscription.

You can always stream NCIS on Paramount+ if you want to watch new episodes at a more convenient time. If you don’t already have an account, the streamer offers a seven-day free trial before committing to a plan that starts at $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. Once you’ve completed the setup, go to the title page of Paramount+’s official website or the Paramount+ app.

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