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Original workJAG
OwnerCBS Studios (Paramount)
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Television series

NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) is a media franchise of American television programs originally created by Donald P. Bellisario and currently broadcast on CBS, all of which deal with military related criminal investigations based on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service of the United States Department of the Navy, which includes the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps.

In 2003, NCIS was introduced via a backdoor pilot, from the TV show JAG with NCIS in turn spinning off NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, NCIS: Hawaiʻi, and NCIS: Sydney in 2009, 2014, 2021, and 2023 respectively. NCIS: Los Angeles had a proposed spin-off, but it was not picked up by CBS.

Five television series make up the NCIS franchise: NCIS, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Hawaiʻi, and Sydney. All series in total amount to 987 episodes across 44 seasons of television. The main NCIS series is the longest-running show of the franchise, which premiered its twentieth season on September 19, 2022.


The first three series (as well as the intended NCIS: Red), were spun off via a two-part episode from an established series, serving in effect as a backdoor pilot.

Series Television seasons
2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 2019–20 2020–21 2021–22 2022–23 2023–24
NCIS Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
NCIS: Los Angeles Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
NCIS: New Orleans Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
NCIS: Hawaiʻi 1 2 3
NCIS: Sydney 1

NCIS (2003–present)

Main article: NCIS (TV series)

Mark Harmon starred in NCIS.

NCIS first aired September 23, 2003, and episodes continue to be produced, with the 20th season premiering September 19, 2022. The series follows the work of the Major Case Response Team, stationed in Washington, D.C. Supervised by Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a former Marine Gunnery Sergeant, and a thrice-divorced widower. The team specializes in crime scene examination, and the investigation of murders. Gibbs' team has included Caitlin Todd, who earned her stripes protecting the President as a member of the Secret Service; Anthony DiNozzo, a former Baltimore detective; Timothy McGee, a computer specialist and M.I.T. graduate; Jessica Knight, a former REACT agent recruited following the death of her team; Eleanor Bishop, a former NSA security analyst and threat assessment specialist; Nicholas Torres, an undercover operative; Alexandra Quinn, a training officer who supervised the recruitment of Bishop and Torres; Ziva David, a former Mossad assassin; and Dr Jack Sloane, a no-nonsense senior agent and trained operational psychologist. Primarily dealing with cases along the East Coast, and acting under the supervision of successive NCIS Directors Jenny Shepard and Leon Vance, the team is supported by Abigail Sciuto, a forensic specialist; Kasie Hines, a forensic scientist; Jimmy Palmer, an Assistant Medical Examiner turned Chief Medical Examiner; Donald "Ducky" Mallard, a seasoned Chief Medical Examiner and now NCIS Historian; Clayton Reeves, an MI-6 officer assigned to liaise with NCIS from the SIS; and Alden Parker, a wizened FBI special agent who upon being fired from the FBI joins NCIS and becomes the SSA of the NCIS Major Case Response Team, replacing Gibbs who had resigned.

NCIS: Los Angeles (2009–2023)

Main article: NCIS: Los Angeles

The characters for NCIS: Los Angeles were introduced via backdoor pilot in the 2009 two-part NCIS episode "Legend". NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on September 22, 2009, and aired for fourteen seasons and 323 episodes until May 21, 2023. The series focuses on The Office of Special Projects, an elite counter-terrorist division of NCIS, and is responsible for threats pertaining to national security, as well as high-profile murders and cases that require undercover work. Under the supervision of Operations Manager Hetty Lange, a master of disguise and prop-artisan, OSP is led by G. Callen, a street kid turned special agent with a desire to find out who he is. Callen works alongside Kensi Blye, a forensic specialist and the daughter of a Marine; Dominic Vail, an M.I.T. graduate and a computer-whiz; Marty Deeks, a former LAPD detective and lawyer recruited to serve as liaison to OSP and now a NCIS Special Agent; Nell Jones, an intelligence analyst with the highest IQ at NCIS; Eric Beale, an awkward technician and the second half of the technical dream-team; Nate Getz, a deep-cover operative and Operational Psychologist seconded to Hetty's team; Sam Hanna, a former SEAL and a family man who met his wife on the job; Fatima Namazi, a cryptologist technician, Devin Rountree, an ex–FBI agent recruited to NCIS by Sam and Callen, laconic Assistant Director Owen Granger, executive assistant director for Pacific operations (EAD-PAC) Shay Mosley, who serves as the team's operational supervisor, and Deputy Director Louis Ochoa, the team's temporary supervisor.

NCIS: New Orleans (2014–2021)

Main article: NCIS: New Orleans

As with Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans was introduced via backdoor pilot in the 2014 two-part NCIS main-series episode "Crescent City," while the series itself premiered on September 23, 2014 and ended with its seventh and final season on May 23, 2021. The New Orleans NCIS team is headed by Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride, a seasoned operative known as "King" to his friends. He's a former Sheriff's Deputy with the second highest arrest record in the history of Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office. Tasked with heading a small satellite squad who handle Naval and Marine related cases in New Orleans, through Mississippi and Alabama to the Texas panhandle, Pride supervises Christopher LaSalle, an agent recruited from the New Orleans Police Department's Vice Division, who is well known for his volunteer work at the children's hospital; Meredith Brody, a senior career agent who earned her stripes afloat, and later became the youngest agent in the history of NCIS Midwest; Sonja Percy, a former undercover ATF agent who joined the team to come in from the dark and later departed to join the FBI; former FBI agent Tammy Gregorio, recruited to the team after heading an investigation into their ethics and operations following Agent Brody's controversial departure. Gregorio also a profiler and the team's sniper/sharpshooter; Sebastian Lund, a former lab technician who joined NCIS as a forensics agent before transitioning fully to the field; Hannah Khoury, a multilingual investigative specialist who serves as the team's Assistant Supervisory Special Agent and later becomes the team's second-in-command and Quentin Carter, a NCIS Special Agent assigned to the team to replace Agent LaSalle following his murder. Together, the team are assisted by Loretta Wade, a Jefferson Parish coroner and Patton Plame, an NCIS computer specialist.

NCIS: Hawaiʻi (2021–present)

Main article: NCIS: Hawaiʻi

On February 16, 2021, it was reported that a potential spin-off set in Hawaii is in the works from NCIS: New Orleans executive producers Christopher Silber and Jan Nash.[1] On April 23, 2021, it was announced that CBS had given the production a straight-to-series order to the spin-off, and reportedly intended to include the franchise's first female lead character.[2] The series centers on the work of the NCIS Pearl Harbor office led by Special Agent Jane Tennant, a hard-charging agent who is the first female Special Agent in Charge of the Pearl Harbor office. She leads an elite team of agents which includes Jesse Boone, her second in command and is an expert Interrogator; Lucy Tara, a junior but eager agent; Ernie Malik, the team's technical analyst and Kai Holman, a charming NCIS agent and native Hawaiian. Also with Kate Whistler, an ambitious DIA agent who later becomes an agent with the FBI. Together they handle crimes involving the Military and National security on the Island.

NCIS: Sydney (2023–present)

Main article: NCIS: Sydney

On February 16, 2022, Paramount announced that a spin-off set in Sydney, Australia had been ordered by Network 10 and Paramount+; Shane Brennan has been announced as the showrunner for the spin-off, which will be the first set outside of the United States.[3][4] The series premiered in Australia on Paramount+ on November 10, 2023 and will air on Network 10 in mid 2024.[5][6] It was also announced that in the United States, amid the suspension of other NCIS productions due to the 2023 Hollywood labor disputes, the series would also begin airing on a delayed basis on CBS from November 14.[7] The series will be available for streaming in selected territories internationally on Paramount+.[8]

The cast is led by Olivia Swann and Todd Lasance, with Sean Sagar, Tuuli Narkle, Mavournee Hazel and William McInnes.[9]

NCIS: Origins

On January 5, 2024, it was announced that a spin-off and prequel series based on Leroy Jethro Gibbs's early days as an NCIS agent was in the works. Mark Harmon is set to reprise his role as Gibbs in a narrator role.[10] The series is set to air during the 2024-2025 season.[11]

Main cast

Series Actor Character Duration Appearances
Franchise Universe[a]
NCIS[b] L.A.[c] N.O.[d] HI[e] SYD[f] JAG[g] H 5-0[h] Scorpion
NCIS Mark Harmon Leroy Jethro Gibbs 2003–21 Main Guest Guest
Sasha Alexander Caitlin "Kate" Todd 2003–05; 11
Michael Weatherly Anthony "Tony" DiNozzo 2003–16 Guest Guest Guest
Pauley Perrette Abby Sciuto 2003–18
David McCallum Donald "Ducky" Mallard 2003–23
Sean Murray Timothy McGee 2003–
Cote de Pablo Ziva David 2005–13; 19–20
Lauren Holly Jenny Shepard 2005–08
Rocky Carroll Leon Vance 2008– Guest Guest
Brian Dietzen Jimmy Palmer 2004– Guest
Emily Wickersham Eleanor "Ellie" Bishop 2013–21
Wilmer Valderrama Nicholas "Nick" Torres 2016– Guest Guest
Jennifer Esposito Alexandra "Alex" Quinn 2016–17
Duane Henry Clayton Reeves 2016–18
Maria Bello Jacqueline Sloane 2017–21
Diona Reasonover Kasie Hines 2018– Guest
Katrina Law Jessica Knight 2021–
Gary Cole Alden Parker 2021– Guest
NCIS: Los Angeles Chris O'Donnell G. Callen 2009–23 Guest Main Guest Guest
Peter Cambor Nate "Doc" Getz 2009–17; 2022–23
Daniela Ruah Kensi Blye 2009–23 Guest
Adam Jamal Craig Dominic Vail 2009–10
LL Cool J Sam Hanna 2009– Guest Guest Guest
Linda Hunt Henrietta "Hetty" Lange 2009–21; 2023 Guest
Barrett Foa Eric Beale 2009–21 Guest
Eric Christian Olsen Marty Deeks 2010–23
Renée Felice Smith Nell Jones 2010–21; 2023
Miguel Ferrer Owen Granger 2012–17
Nia Long Shay Mosley 2017–18
Medalion Rahimi Fatima Namazi 2019–23
Caleb Castille Devin Roundtree 2020–23
Gerald McRaney Hollace Kilbride 2014, 18–19, 21–23
NCIS: New Orleans Scott Bakula Dwayne Cassius Pride 2014–21 Guest Main
Lucas Black Christopher LaSalle 2014–19
Zoe McLellan Meredith Brody 2014–16
Rob Kerkovich Sebastian Lund 2014–21
C. C. H. Pounder Loretta Wade 2014–21 Guest
Daryl Mitchell Patton Plame 2014–21
Shalita Grant Sonja Percy 2015–18 Guest
Vanessa Ferlito Tammy Gregorio 2016–21
Necar Zadegan Hannah Khoury 2018–21
Jason Alan Carvell James Edwin "Jimmy" Boyd 2018-21
Charles Michael Davis Quentin Carter 2020–21
Chelsea Field Rita Devereaux 2017–21
NCIS: Hawaiʻi Vanessa Lachey Jane Tennant 2021– Guest Guest Main
Alex Tarrant Kai Holman 2021–
Noah Mills Jesse Boone 2021– Guest
Yasmine Al-Bustami Lucy Tara 2021– Guest
Jason Antoon Ernie Malik 2021– Guest
Tori Anderson Kate Whistler 2021–
Kian Talan Alex Tennant 2021–
NCIS: Sydney Olivia Swann Michelle Mackey 2023– Main
Todd Lasance Jim "JD" Dempsey 2023–
Sean Sagar DeShawn Jackson 2023–
Tuuli Narkle Evie Cooper 2023–
Mavournee Hazel Bluebird "Blue" Gleeson 2023–
William McInnes Roy "Rosie" Penrose 2023–
  1. ^ "Universe" is used to refer to television series outside of the franchise in which franchise characters have appeared, or from which characters have "crossed over" to appear in a franchise series.
  2. ^ NCIS
  3. ^ NCIS: Los Angeles
  4. ^ NCIS: New Orleans
  5. ^ NCIS: Hawai’i
  6. ^ NCIS: Sydney
  7. ^ JAG
  8. ^ Hawaii Five-0


This is a complete list of all crossovers, both within the franchise and out of it. All characters, main, recurring, and shared guest stars, are credited.

Within the NCIS franchise

Series A Series A episode title Air date Written by Series B Actors from series B appearing on series A Crossover type
NCIS "Legend (Part I)" April 28, 2009 Shane Brennan NCIS: Los Angeles Chris O'Donnell, Daniela Ruah, Peter Cambor, LL Cool J, Barrett Foa, Brian Avers Backdoor pilot
"Legend (Part II)" May 5, 2009
"Endgame" November 10, 2009 Gary Glasberg Kelly Hu Character appearance
"Crescent City (Part I)" March 25, 2014 NCIS: New Orleans Scott Bakula, Lucas Black, Zoe McLellan, C. C. H. Pounder Backdoor pilot
"Crescent City (Part II)" April 1, 2014
"Sister City (Part I)" January 5, 2016 Christopher J. Waild Scott Bakula, Lucas Black, Zoe McLellan, Shalita Grant Two-part episode
"Pandora's Box (Part I)" February 14, 2017 Christopher J. Waild Scott Bakula, Lucas Black
"Starting Over" March 28, 2022 Margaret Rose Lester & Scott Williams NCIS: Hawaiʻi Vanessa Lachey
"The Brat Pack" May 2, 2022 Katherine Beattie & Kimberly-Rose Wolter Jason Antoon Character appearance
"A Family Matter" September 19, 2022 Scott Williams Vanessa Lachey, Jason Antoon Two-part episode
"Too Many Cooks"[12] January 9, 2023 Christopher J. Walid NCIS: Los Angeles Chris O' Donnell, LL Cool J Three-part episode
NCIS: Hawaiʻi Vanessa Lachey, Noah Mills
NCIS: Los Angeles "Identity" September 22, 2009 Shane Brennan NCIS Rocky Carroll Character appearance
"Search and Destroy" October 13, 2009 Gil Grant
"Killshot" October 20, 2009 Shane Brennan Rocky Carroll, Pauley Perrette
"Pushback" November 10, 2009 Rocky Carroll
"Ambush" November 17, 2009 Lindsay Sturman
"Random on Purpose" November 24, 2009 Speed Weed Rocky Carroll, Pauley Perrette
"Hunted" May 11, 2010 Corey Miller Rocky Carroll
"Callen, G." May 25, 2010 Shane Brennan David Dayan Fisher
"Familia" May 17, 2011 Rocky Carroll
"Lange, H." September 25, 2011
"Praesidium" October 13, 2014 Erin Broadhurst, R. Scott Gemmill
"Blame It on Rio" October 19, 2015 R. Scott Gemmill Michael Weatherly
"A Long Time Coming"[12] January 9, 2023 Gary Cole, Wilmer Valderrama Three-part episode
NCIS: Hawaiʻi Vanessa Lachey, Yasmine Al-Bustami
NCIS: New Orleans "Musician Heal Thyself" September 23, 2014 Jeffrey Lieber NCIS David McCallum Character appearance
"Carrier" September 30, 2014 Gary Glasberg Rocky Carroll, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, Meredith Eaton
"Breaking Brig" October 7, 2014 Laurie Arent Rocky Carroll, Mark Harmon
"It Happened Last Night" October 21, 2014 Jack Bernstein Rocky Carroll, Joe Spano
"The Abyss" January 13, 2015 Sam Humphrey Diane Neal
"The Walking Dead" February 3, 2015 David Appelbaum
"Rock-A-Bye-Baby" April 14, 2015 Jonathan I. Kidd, Sonya Winton
"Touched by the Sun" October 6, 2015 Laurie Arent Leslie Hope
"Sister City, Part II" January 5, 2016 Christopher Silber Mark Harmon, Pauley Perrette, David McCallum, Emily Wickersham, Brian Dietzen Two-part episode
"Pandora's Box, Part II" February 14, 2017 Mark Harmon, Sean Murray, Wilmer Valderrama
"See You Soon" September 25, 2018 Mark Harmon Character appearance
NCIS: Hawaiʻi "T'N'T" March 28, 2022 Christopher Silber & Megan Bacharach Wilmer Valderrama, Gary Cole, Diona Reasonover, Katrina Law Two-part episode
"Prisoners' Dilemma" September 19, 2022 Jan Nash & Christopher Silber Wilmer Valderrama, Gary Cole, Brian Dietzen, Diona Reasonover, Katrina Law
"Deep Fake"[12] January 9, 2023 Christopher Silber Gary Cole, Brian Dietzen Three-part episode
NCIS: Los Angeles Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J

Outside the NCIS franchise

Series A Series A episode title Air date Written by Series B Actors from series B appearing on series A Crossover type
JAG "Ice Queen" April 22, 2003 Donald P. Bellisario, Don McGill NCIS Mark Harmon, David McCallum, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, Alan Dale Backdoor pilot
"Meltdown" April 29, 2003
NCIS "Hung Out to Dry" September 30, 2003 Don McGill JAG Patrick Labyorteaux Character appearance
"UnSEALeD" April 6, 2004 Thomas L. Moran Alicia Coppola
"A Weak Link May 18, 2004 Jack Bernstein Adam Baldwin
"Call of Silence" November 23, 2004 Roger Director Alicia Coppola
"Hometown Hero" May 3, 2005 George Schenck, Frank Cardea
"Damned If You Do" May 14, 2013 Gary Glasberg John M. Jackson
"Rogue" September 20, 2016 Gary Glasberg & Jennifer Corbett Patrick Labyorteaux
"Dark Secrets" January 9, 2018 George Schenck, Frank Cardea
Hawaii Five-0 "Ka Hakaka Maika'i"[i] October 24, 2011 Kyle Harimoto NCIS: Los Angeles Daniela Ruah
"Pa Make Loa"[ii] April 30, 2012 Michele Fazekas, Tara Butters, R. Scott Gemmill Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J Two-night event
NCIS: Los Angeles "Touch of Death" May 1, 2012 Hawaii Five-0 Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim
"Payback" February 19, 2017 Jordana Lewis Jaffe JAG John M. Jackson Character appearance
"Battle Scars" April 23, 2017 Andrew Bartels, Jordana Lewis Jaffe
"Golden Days" April 30, 2017 Joseph C. Wilson, Lee A. Carlisle
"This Is What We Do" November 19, 2017 R. Scott Gemmill
"Các Tù Nhân" January 14, 2018
"Goodbye Vietnam" March 11, 2018
"The Guardian" May 12, 2019 David James Elliott
"False Flag" May 19, 2019 Frank Military David James Elliott, Catherine Bell
"Let Fate Decide" September 29, 2019 Kyle Harimoto
"Code of Conduct" April 26, 2020 Frank Military Catherine Bell
Scorpion "True Colors" October 27, 2014 Elizabeth Beall NCIS: Los Angeles Linda Hunt
  1. ^ In Hawaiian, the title means "The Good Fight".
  2. ^ In Hawaiian, the title means "Touch of Death".


See also: Lenkov-verse

The NCIS franchise, born of JAG, shares a television universe with Scorpion (via a direct crossover with Los Angeles), First Monday (via an indirect crossover with JAG), Hawaii Five-0 (via a direct crossover with Los Angeles), MacGyver and Magnum P.I. (via crossovers with Hawaii Five-0), and JAG itself (via crossovers with NCIS and Los Angeles).

JAGFirst Monday
NCISMagnum P.I.
NCIS: Los AngelesHawaii Five-0MacGyver
NCIS: New OrleansScorpion
NCIS: Hawaiʻi
NCIS: Sydney

Theme songs

Series Theme song
NCIS: Los Angeles "No Crew Is Superior"
NCIS: New Orleans "Boom Boom"
NCIS: Sydney "NCIS Theme"


NCIS, voted America's favorite television series in 2011,[13] finished its tenth season as the most-watched television series in the U.S. during 2012–13 U.S. network television season;[14] and is broadcast in over 200 territories worldwide.[15] As of the end of the 2014–15 U.S. network television season, NCIS remains TV's most watched drama series.[16] Spin-off NCIS: New Orleans ended its first season as the second most watched drama on CBS,[16] and the fifth most watched series on TV. NCIS: Los Angeles ended its fifth season as the fourth most watched series on TV, and the second most watched drama.[17]


NCIS (2010)

NCIS is a video game released in 2010 for the iOS, published by GameHouse. It's a mix between a hidden object game and a mini-game collection.[18] Gamezebo said that "NCIS is about exactly what you would expect from a licensed game on a mobile phone. It’s quick, easy, and simple."[18] AppSpy summarized: "Fans of the TV series may feel like they can get something out of this game, but from the corny lines to the poorly gathered evidence, NCIS: The Game from the TV Show is a game that's hard to recommend at all."[19]

NCIS (2011)

Main article: NCIS (video game)

NCIS is an adventure game developed by Ubisoft Shanghai and published by Ubisoft for Nintendo 3DS (as NCIS 3D), PlayStation 3, Wii, Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 in 2011. It is based on the original NCIS TV series.

NCIS: Hidden Crimes

On September 15, 2016, Ubisoft launched a hidden-object mobile game titled NCIS: Hidden Crimes. Developed by Ubisoft Abu Dhabi (who also worked on CSI: Hidden Crimes) in conjunction with CBS Interactive, the game was released for Android & iOS devices.[20]

NCIS TV movies

In the UK, certain NCIS multi-part episodes were edited together to make a combined feature and shown on Channel 5, 5USA, CBS Action and Fox UK. These include:

Title Episodes edited together Air date Runtime Source
The NCIS Movie: Enemies "Enemies Foreign" / "Enemies Domestic" May 20, 2013 1 hr, 20 mins [21][22]
The NCIS Movie: Judgement Day "Judgment Day (Part I)" / "Judgment Day (Part II)" June 10, 2013 1 hr, 40 mins [23]
The NCIS Movie: Legend
(Legend Compilation)
"Legend (Part I)" / "Legend (Part II)" June 10, 2013 1 hr, 45 mins [24][25]
The NCIS Movie: Kill Ari "Kill Ari (Part I)" / "Kill Ari (Part II)" August 22, 2013 2 hrs [26][27]
The NCIS Movie: War on Terror "Engaged (Part I)" / "Engaged (Part II)" February 1, 2014 1 hr, 20 mins [28]
The NCIS Movie: Payback "Borderland" / "Patriot Down" / "Rule Fifty-One" March 1, 2014 2 hrs, 35 mins [29]
The NCIS Movie: Shell Shock "Shell Shock (Part I)" / "Shell Shock (Part II)" April 11, 2014 1 hr, 30 mins [30]
Death Wish (Part I & II) "Shabbat Shalom" / "Shiva" April 16, 2014 (1)
April 18, 2014 (2)
1 hr, 40 mins [31][32]
The NCIS Movie:
Race Against Terror: Hiatus
"Hiatus (Part I)" / "Hiatus (Part II)"
  • August 20, 2016
  • September 17, 2016
1 hr, 50 mins [33][34]

Abandoned spinoff


Main article: NCIS: Los Angeles § Potential spin-off

In November 2012, CBS commissioned a pilot episode for a potential NCIS: Los Angeles spinoff titled NCIS: Red.[35] Written and produced by Shane Brennan, the series would follow "a mobile team of agents who live and work together as they go across the country to solve crimes".[35] On February 6, 2013, John Corbett was cast as retired special agent Roy, the series male lead.[36] Earlier, Miguel Ferrer would join the cast as a series regular, and reprising his NCIS: Los Angeles role,[37] Edwin Hodge had been cast as Kai, an intelligence analyst,[38] Scott Grimes was cast as Dave,[39] Gillian Alexy was cast as Claire,[40] and Kim Raver was cast in the pilot, playing the lead role of Paris.[41] The pilot episode, titled "Red" and "Red-2", aired on March 19 and March 26, 2013, during the fourth season of NCIS: Los Angeles. On May 15, 2013, CBS announced that the pilot would not be taken to series.[42] On May 21, 2013, CBS President Nina Tassler stated that "sometimes [spinoffs] work and sometimes they don't. Protecting [the franchise] was really important."[43] CBS was reportedly "open to redeveloping the pilot with a new cast attached",[43] though a second franchise appearance by Scott Grimes in 2017 remains the only continuation of Red to date.

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