‘NCIS: Sydney’ was initially set to premiere on Monday, November 13, but CBS has adjusted its schedule, and the show will now debut on Tuesday, November 14, at 8 p.m. ET, with new episodes airing on subsequent Tuesdays. The rescheduling may be due to ABC’s expanded Monday Night Football schedule, as the Denver Broncos vs. the Buffalo Bills is set to air on a rival network on November 13, with more NFL games scheduled on Monday nights through December and January. CBS likely opted for the new premiere date to avoid competing with these games.

‘NCIS: Sydney’ will be followed by a rerun of ‘NCIS’ at 9 p.m. on Tuesdays, and the docuseries ‘FBI: True,’ currently available for streaming on Paramount+, will make its broadcast debut at 10 p.m.

Viewers can stream ‘NCIS: Sydney’ on CBS on Tuesday nights. It will also be available for live streaming and on-demand viewing on Paramount+ for Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers. Paramount+ Essential subscribers can watch new episodes the day after they air.

‘NCIS: Sydney’ is the first international spinoff of the popular ‘NCIS’ franchise. The series is set against the backdrop of rising international tensions in the Indo-Pacific region, following a team of U.S. NCIS agents and members of the Australian Federal Police assigned to a multinational task force. Together, they must combat naval crimes in one of the most hotly contested regions on the planet.

The cast of ‘NCIS: Sydney’ includes Olivia Swann as NCIS Special Agent Michelle Mackey, Todd Lasance as her second-in-command AFP counterpart Sergeant Jim “JD” Dempsey, Sean Sagar as NCIS Special Agent DeShawn Jackson, Tuuli Narkle as AFP liaison officer Constable Evie Cooper, Mavournee Hazel as AFP forensic scientist Bluebird “Blue” Gleeson, and William McInnes as AFP forensic pathologist Dr. Roy Penrose. With agents from two countries working together, the show promises tension and, amid culture clashes, a united front when facing common adversaries. The series also showcases Australian elements, from stunning beaches to unique wildlife like koalas, kangaroos, and venomous snakes.

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