When ‘NCIS Origins’ Will Air – Will It Be the Monday Right After NCIS?


CBS has announced the placement of “NCIS: Origins” in its fall schedule. The show will air on Mondays at 10 p.m., directly following episodes of NCIS Season 22, taking the spot previously held by NCIS: Hawai’i. The premiere date for “NCIS: Origins” is yet to be revealed. Additionally, “NCIS: Sydney” Season 2 is set to air on Fridays at 8 p.m. later in the season, following the series finale of Blue Bloods.

The Cast of ‘NCIS: Origins’ Also Features Kyle Schmid and Robert Taylor.

The upcoming series “NCIS: Origins” has revealed its star-studded cast. Kyle Schmid, who previously played Muse Watson’s role of Franks, will join Lucas Stowell in playing the youthful Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Mark Harmon will return to the NCIS universe as narrator and executive producer of the series.

The ensemble also includes Mariel Molina as Special Agent Lala Dominguez, Tyla Abercrumbie as Field Operation Support Officer Mary Jo Sullivan, and Diany Rodriguez as Special Agent Vera Strickland. Daniel Bellomy takes on the role of probationary agent Granville “Granny” Dawson, while Caleb Martin Foote portrays Special Agent Benjamin “Randy” Randolf.

Notably, Robert Taylor from “Longmire” will play Jackson Gibbs, Leroy Jethro Gibbs’ father, a role formerly played by Ralph Waite. With this impressive cast, “NCIS: Origins” aims to enthrall viewers with the genesis story of one of television’s most beloved characters.

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