NCIS Season 20 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer & More
In addition to being one of the most successful TV shows of all time, NCIS has spawned three spin-off series – NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, and the new NCIS: Hawai’i series be released in 2021.
The detective show remains CBS’ top-rated series despite introducing a new Supervisory Special Agent on the team, Alden Parker (Gary Cole), so it is sure to be renewed for another season after season 19.
As a result, we have mentioned all the details regarding this series and the NCIS Season 20 release date, which has been added here for your convenience.
NCIS Season 20 Release Date
NBC has announced that NCIS Season 20 will premiere on September 19 at 9:00 p.m. As a result, NCIS will continue to air on Monday nights after it moved to that time slot in Season 19. It will also serve as a lead-in to its latest spin-off, NCIS: Hawai’i.
It is not too late for those who missed the show’s original airing to catch up, as new episodes of the show can be found on Paramount+. The new season will start shortly.
It is worth keeping in mind; however, that previous seasons of NCIS are also available on Paramount+ and Netflix and are regularly available in reruns on USA Network and Paramount+. Moreover, we have to say that NCIS is one of the most popular series of all time.
NCIS Season 20 Cast
There have been a lot of cast changes throughout NCIS’s run, but the show continues to be one of the best ensembles on television.
During season 19, there were the departures of series regulars Maria Bello, Emily Wickersham, and Mark Harmon, among others. In addition to these familiar faces, Sean Murray, Wilmer Valderrama, Rocky Carroll, Diona Reasonover, Brian Dietzen, and David McCallum have returned for Season 20 in their longtime roles.
In a continuation of the role that Gary Cole played in the previous season, Katrina Law will again portray Jessica Knight and the character Alden Parker.
There is no doubt that Teri Polo will reprise her role as Vivian Kolchak in Season 20 as she played a role in the Season 19 finale.
Kolchak is a paranormal investigator who has worked as a former FBI agent and is currently married to Agent Parker’s ex-wife. According to Deadline, she will be recurring in the upcoming season, which means that it is possible that the plot surrounding her and Parker won’t be resolved quite as soon as the new season begins.
NCIS Season 20 Plot
Season 20 will begin at full speed when it picks up in September. This season’s finale of NCIS concluded in the usual ominous cliffhanger fashion that is well known for the show.
He complied with the FBI’s request to go into hiding, even though they were hot on his heels, and promised to clear his name when he emerged from hiding.
Parker was not the only person searching for him; the FBI was not the only one. He now has his ex-wife living with him in hiding since she reentered the picture through a series of clearly nefarious circumstances.
The early episodes of Season 20 will focus heavily on proving Parker’s innocence. Still, the rest of the season will focus on the characters’ personal lives, such as Jimmy Palmer and Agent Knight’s budding relationship throughout the season.
NCIS showrunner Steven D. Binder told Parade.com in an interview that we will be seeing a little more of the non-work life of the characters.
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NCIS Season 20 Trailer
There has been a teaser released for Season 20 of NCIS. By usual practice, no major plot points were teased in the episode.
Despite that, there were some hints that the opening episode of this season, titled “A Family Matter,” would follow up on the Raven-centric cliffhanger that ended last season.
Where To Watch NCIS Season 20?
It is also possible to watch NCIS through Paramount+ and Netflix, as well as reruns of the series are usually available through USA Network and Paramount+.
Thus, all the seasons are available on these platforms, and viewers can watch them from this streaming platform service whenever they want.
Except for season 18, which was filmed during the Pandemic, which was filmed during the period in which the show is set, each season of NCIS usually contains 20 episodes, so season 20 should have roughly the same number of episodes as season 19.
In the same way as the previous 19 seasons, this season will also be a super hit. Ans fans are eagerly waiting for the 20th season of the series.