The World According to NCIS

Rice, Lynette
October 2009
Entertainment Weekly;10/23/2009, Issue 1072, p28
The article focuses on the television program "NCIS" and its spinoff program "NCIS: Los Angeles." The two programs, which are broadcast consecutively by CBS, are the top-rated overall program and new program in the 2009-2010 prime time television season. Members of the original program's cast, including lead actor Mark Harmon, discuss their initial fears producer Shane Brennan would not be able to manage both programs simultaneously. INSET: TV'S BEST PROCEDURALS.


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