Just like everyone expected, NCIS isn't going anywhere anytime soon. CBS announced today that the long-running drama series will run for at least two more seasons, pushing it to seasons 14 and 15. Mark Harmon also signed a new two-year deal.
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NCIS is currently the No. 1 drama in the US and worldwide.
"It's extraordinary that in its 13th season and with over 300 episodes to its credit, NCIS continues to excel at such a high level on a global scale," Glenn Geller, president of CBS Entertainment, said in a statement. "It is testimony to an amazing cast, led on and off the screen by the exceptional Mark Harmon, for skillfully bringing this universally appealing team of heroes to life; and to Gary Glasberg and his writers for crafting compelling stories that feature NCIS's signature blend of mystery, quirk, drama and comedy every single week."
According to TV Line, the series averages about 20.5 million viewers, which is actually up from last year. It is the number 1 drama in total viewers for the seventh season in a row. However, Michael Weatherly did announced that he will depart at the end of season 13, so that made some people worry.
NCIS also stars Pauley Perrette, Sean Murray, Rocky Carroll, Brian Dietzen, Emily Wickersham and David McCallum.
Harmon is also an executive producer on NCIS: New Orleans.
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NCIS airs Tuesdays, 8 p.m. on CBS.