NCIS recently made a significant move on social media as part of its efforts to consolidate its online presence, coinciding with disappointing news about Season 21. The show decided to strengthen its online presence due to delays caused by ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, resulting in a shift that left fans divided.

The central NCIS account has now become the hub for all things related to the NCIS franchise, including its various spin-offs, such as NCIS: Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Hawaii. While some fans welcomed this change with enthusiasm, others had mixed feelings, particularly regarding the removal of social media content related to specific spin-offs like NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans, both of which concluded in 2023 and 2021, respectively.

The alteration in social media strategy came alongside less-than-ideal updates about the upcoming 21st season of NCIS. Originally scheduled for the fall TV season of 2023-2024 on Monday evenings, CBS had to adjust its plans due to ongoing labor strikes involving writers and actors. As a result, there is currently no release date for Season 21, marking the first fall in two decades without fresh episodes of the beloved show.

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