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NCIS: A Timeless Phenomenon!

Since its inception in 2003, NCIS has dominated television screens as a powerhouse franchise, boasting four spin-offs, including the recent addition of NCIS: Sydney. As the flagship series for CBS, its popularity remains unwavering, with all eyes eagerly anticipating the next chapter in NCIS season 21.

Set to make its return to US screens this February, UK viewers await a confirmed release date. Excitement brews as the original series is slated to return alongside NCIS: Hawai’i season 3.

However, the bittersweet news for fans comes with the absence of David McCallum, who portrayed Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard. The late actor, renowned for his role in ’60s spy drama The Man From UNCLE, will be honored in the new season, as co-showrunners and executive producers Steven D. Binder and David North confirm.

Anticipation mounts as RadioTimes.com unveils everything fans need to know about NCIS season 21, airing on CBS in the US and Disney Plus in the UK.

Yes, NCIS season 21 is on the horizon, solidifying its status as a TV mainstay. As one of the longest-running scripted, non-animated primetime shows in the US, NCIS continues its reign, poised to etch its legacy in television history for years to come.

Traditionally premiering in the autumn, season 21 experienced delays due to industry strikes. Nonetheless, fans can mark their calendars for its US debut on Monday, February 12th, 2024, at 9 PM EST on CBS, followed by NCIS: Hawai’i season 3.

While a UK release date awaits confirmation, the series is confirmed to stream on Disney Plus, ensuring international fans won’t miss out on the action-packed drama that NCIS promises to deliver.

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