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NCIS Season 18: Release Date, Cast, and Plot

NCIS is part of the action police genre. If you are a fan of investigating all sorts of cases and the mysteries of a crime, this show has it all. This American series was firstly introduced in two episodes of the CBS series called JAG. However, that was back in 2003, but the show continues until today. So far, there are 17 seasons available, but the producers won’t stop there. Therefore, you might want to catch up before season 18 is released. The series is available on CBS and will keep you occupied for quite some time with all the twists.

NCIS Season 18 Release Date

NCIS Season 17 was released on September 24, 2019, and it aired all the way through April 14, 2020. Shortly after that, in May, CBS announced the show renewal. However, due to the current world situation, we might need to do some waiting. But, the news is fantastic, nonetheless. If everything runs out smoothly, we would expect season 18 to come out in September 2020, but it all depends on the COVID-19 situation. 

NCIS Season 18 Cast

The leading characters are the following: 

  • Mark Harmon as Leroy Jethro Gibbs,
  • Emily Wickersham as Eleanor Ellie Bishop,
  • Sean Murray as Timothy McGee,
  • Maria Bello as Dr. Jacqueline Jack Sloane,
  • Diana Reasonover as Kasie Hines,
  • David McCallum as Dr. Donald Mallard,
  • Wilmer Valderrama as Nicholas Nick Torres,
  • Brian Dietzen as Dr. Jimmy Palmer
  • and Rocky Carroll as Leon Vance

NCIS Season 18 Plot

Season 17 is about a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. They investigate crimes involving the US Navy and Marine Corps. However, due to coronavirus pandemic, even the filming of this season was suspended. Therefore, the conclusion of season 17 will change, but we will find out more in the upcoming season. Season 18 will give us more of an end look of Christopher Lloyd. 

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