‘NCIS’ Renewed for Season 19 With Mark Harmon Returning

Tim Baysinger
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“NCIS” will return for its 19th season with star Mark Harmon aboard.

Additionally, the network announced it renewed “Blue Bloods,” “S.W.A.T.,” “Bull” and “Magnum PI.”

It was not a given “NCIS” would get a 19th season, as Harmon had discussed leaving the longrunning procedural, which would have likely spelled the end of the show. “NCIS: New Orleans” will end its run after seven seasons this year while the network is developing a Hawaii-set spinoff.

CBS’ other “NCIS,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” is still waiting a decision on if it will get a 12th season. CBS still has yet to make a call on “All Rise,” “B Positive,” “Blood & Treasure,” “Clarice,” “SEAL Team,” “The Unicorn,” and “United States of Al.” “Evil” has yet to premiere its second season that was ordered back in 2019.

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The five shows CBS renewed on Thursday join Dick Wolf’s “FBI” and “FBI: Most Wanted” and comedy series “Bob Hearts Abishola,” “The Neighborhood” and “Young Sheldon” (which got a three-season pickup last month). Reality series “Tough as Nails” got a two-season renewal this week as well.

CBS is also expanding Wolf’s “FBI” franchise with “FBI: International,” which join the “CSI” revival and “Ghosts” as new series orders for next season.

Along with “NCIS: New Orleans,” “Mom” and “MacGyver” are also ending this season.

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