• With its spin-offs, NCIS is one of the most successful crime series
  • Now it has become known how the TV shows will continue
  • Are there new seasons?

Every time the latest season of a series comes to an end, the question arises as to what will happen next. This is also the case with NCIS and its two spin-offs NCIS: L.A. and NCIS: Hawaii. The U.S. broadcaster CBS has now announced whether there will be further seasons for the successful crime series.

NCIS and its spin-offs: New seasons for the series

As Deadline reports, NCIS and its spin-offs will each be extended by one season. NCIS is now entering its 20th season and shares the title for the third longest-running U.S. primetime drama series with the western series Gunsmoke behind Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order.

Despite Mark Harmon (70) leaving as "Gibbs", fans remained loyal to NCIS. FBI Special Agent "Alden Park", played by Gary Cole (65), was able to inspire as the new team leader. A return of "Gibbs" cannot yet be completely ruled out – maybe there will even be a big comeback in season 20.

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There was also good news for NCIS: Los Angeles fans!. The successful NCIS spin-off is starting with its 14th season. The series is also celebrating another milestone: the 300th episode.

This episode will air in the U.S. on May 8th. The series creators have certainly thought of something very special for the anniversary.

The newest spin-off, NCIS: Hawaii, began its first season in 2021. "Jane Tennant", played by Vanessa Lachey (41), caused a stir with her team. According to Deadline, fans can look forward to a second season of this spin-off.

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"NCIS, one of the most popular and enduring series in the world, and fan favorite NCIS: Los Angeles have been hugely successful on the CBS schedule for years," Kelly Kahl told Deadline. "With the strong new addition of NCIS: Hawai’i, we are able to expand the strength of this formidable franchise across our schedule. We couldn’t be more excited to have all three talented casts and creative teams back to bring more compelling NCIS stories to viewers in the U.S. and around the globe," he continued to Deadline

As fans of the series, we are thrilled about this news! Stay tuned.