Watch The Trailer For Ncis Sydney And Questions For ‘Ncis’ & ‘Hawai’I’ In 2023-2024 Season

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CBS just dropped the trailer for “NCIS: Sydney,” the first international spin-off of the iconic “NCIS” franchise. Originally commissioned by Paramount+ Australia and Network 10, the series has now secured a prominent slot on the major U.S. network.

In this exciting new addition to the NCIS universe, international tensions reach a boiling point in the Indo-Pacific region bringing together an eclectic team comprising U.S. NCIS Agents and the Australian Federal Police (AFP) as part of a multinational task force. Their mission: to maintain law and order in the world’s most hotly contested expanse of ocean.

Leading the charge are an outstanding ensemble cast including Olivia Swann, Todd Lasance, Sean Sagar, Tuuli Narkle, Mavournee Hazel, and William McInnes.

CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach shared her excitement, stating, “NCIS is one of the most popular series in the world, and we’re thrilled to expand this franchise with a uniquely Australian twist. With the addition of NCIS: Sydney, our studio and network footprint continues to grow in this fascinating world that has been a proven winner with viewers on both linear and streaming platforms. Featuring the stunning backdrop of Australia, the new series will incorporate the high-stakes intrigue, humour, and camaraderie that have kept fans captivated by the NCIS teams for over two decades.”

“NCIS: Sydney” is set to make its grand debut on Monday, November 13th, at 10pm on CBS. meanwhile, for us fans Down Under, the action begins three days earlier, exclusively on the Australian version of Paramount+ on Friday, November 10th. Following the premiere, viewers on both sides of the Pacific can look forward to a weekly rollout of new episodes, promising a gripping and suspenseful journey through the high-stakes world of naval crime on the open seas.

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7 Burning Questions for ‘NCIS’ & ‘Hawai’i’ in 2023-2024 Season

 

The NCIS franchise is expanding to add an international edition, Sydney — to the still-airing original and Hawai’i as well as Los Angeles and New Orleans — and sneak peeks will air during the mini-marathon on September 25 as well as be available via CBS’ social extension of “Bandium.”

NCIS, heading into its 21st season, stars Sean Murray as Special Agent Timothy McGee, Wilmer Valderrama as Special Agent Nicholas “Nick” Torres, Katrina Law as Special Agent Jessica Knight, Brian Dietzen as Dr. Jimmy Palmer, Diona Reasonover as forensic scientist Kasie Hines, with Rocky Carroll as NCIS Director Leon Vance and Gary Cole as NCIS Special Agent Alden Parker. The series is executive produced by Steven D. Binder, David North, Chas. Floyd Johnson, Mark Harmon, Scott Williams, Chris Waild and created by Donald P. Bellisario. NCIS is produced by CBS Studios in association with Belisarius Productions. Please watch the video below:

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