Fans of NCIS can eagerly mark their calendars for the Season 21 premiere, set to air on February 12, 2024, at 9 p.m. EST, followed by the Season 3 premiere of NCIS: Hawai’i on CBS. The winter schedule promises an exciting lineup featuring returning favorites such as Bob Hearts Abishola, FBI, Young Sheldon, So Help Me Todd, S.W.A.T., and Blue Bloods.

The Season 20 finale of NCIS showcased the team’s collaborative efforts to thwart a Russian terrorist attack on the U.S., specifically targeting the electrical grid. Torres played a crucial role in an undercover prison mission, extracting information from a visitor named Yuri. Despite a power outage at NCIS headquarters, the team successfully restored power, celebrating their victory. Torres also faced a personal confrontation from his undercover past, expressing a desire to witness the man’s downfall.

As NCIS approaches its 21st season, it continues to captivate audiences with compelling storylines. Wilmer Valderrama reflected on the show’s longevity, emphasizing the love and dedication invested by everyone involved. The cast experienced the loss of David McCallum, who portrayed Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard, in September at the age of 90. CBS paid tribute to McCallum, recognizing his contributions as an actor and author, and acknowledging the lasting impact of his legacy through his on-screen work.

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