Excitement is building among NCIS fans as the beloved series gears up for its 21st season. With the recent news of NCIS: LA concluding its 14-season run and the ongoing success of the newest spin-off, NCIS: Hawaii, fans have been eagerly anticipating updates on the original NCIS. The wait is over as CBS officially announced the renewal of NCIS for its 21st season, signaling more crime-solving adventures for the renowned team.

As NCIS approaches its 450th episode on February 27, the renewal sets the stage for the show to achieve a remarkable milestone of 500 episodes. The latest season saw Gary Cole stepping into the leadership role after Mark Harmon’s departure, introducing new characters and fostering fresh relationships. With the show’s rich history of storytelling, fans are curious about the narrative directions the upcoming season will take.

While details about the cast for Season 21 are still under wraps, some familiar faces are expected to return. However, Mark Harmon’s absence from the list hints at a potential continuation of his departure. Notable returns include Sean Murray as Tim McGee, David McCallum as Dr. Donald, and Pauley Perrette as Abigail. Wilmer Valderrama, Gary Cole, Brian Dietzen, Katrina Law, and Rocky Carroll are also set to reprise their roles. Yet, as the world of NCIS is known for its unpredictability, cast changes might still be in the cards.

While the official premiere date hasn’t been confirmed, historical patterns suggest a likely release in September 2023. There’s a slight chance of a delay to 2024, but anticipation among fans remains high. The future looks promising for NCIS, with viewers eagerly speculating about the intriguing cases and character developments that Season 21 will unveil.

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