NCIS: Sydney latest updates are in! Continue reading to know everything! NCIS (the Naval Criminal Investigative Service) has been on CBS for almost 2 decades now. About 20 years later, the world of CBS has expanded quite a lot and it has been revealed that there is another drama on the way after releasing 19 successful seasons i.e. NCIS: Sydney. The popularity of the franchise is not only loved by the fans of the United States but has been spreading rapidly internationally as well.
NCIS: Sydney is produced by Australian-born Shane Brennan. He is the creator of NCIS: Los Angeles as well. It is also said that for the crime scenes in NCIS: Sydney, a new backdrop will be provided by Australia’s scenic harbor town. Let’s look further into the article to know more about it.
Here’s everything you need to know so far about NCIS: Sydney.
NCIS: Sydney Cast
As of now, they have not disclosed who will play the upcoming roles. They may reveal it pretty soon but no data has been revealed yet. They will most probably cast the old Aussie actors and introduce us to some new faces as well which the fans are very excited about. Meanwhile, let’s have a look at the actors from previous sequels. Some of them might show up in the new upcoming series. Hers is the list of actors who played roles in the previous series of NCIS.
- Mark Harmon played the role of NCIS Supervisory Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs
- Sasha Alexander played the role of NCIS Special Agent Caitlin Todd
- Michael Weatherly played the role of NCIS Senior Field Agent Anthony DiNozzo
- Pauley Perrette played the role of NCIS Forensic Specialist Abby Sciuto
- David McCallum played the role of Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard
- Sean Murray played the role of NCIS Senior Field Agent Timothy McGee
- Cote de Pablo played the role of NCIS Special Agent Ziva David
- Lauren Holly played the role of NCIS Director Jenny Shepard
- Rocky Carroll played the role of NCIS Director Leon Vance
- Brian Dietzen played the role of Dr. Jimmy Palmer
- Emily Wickersham played the role of NCIS Special Agent Eleanor Bishop
- Wilmer Valderrama played the role of NCIS Special Agent Nicholas Torres
- Jennifer Esposito played the role of NCIS Special Agent Alexandra Quinn
- Duane Henry played the role of NCIS International Desk Agent Clayton Reeves
- Maria Bello played the role of NCIS Special Agent and Psychologist Dr. Jacqueline Sloane
- Diona Reasonover played the role of NCIS Forensic Specialist Kasie Hines
- Katrina Law played the role of NCIS Special Agent Jessica Knight
- Gary Cole played the role of NCIS Supervisory Special Agent Alden Parker
NCIS: Sydney Genre
The entire NCIS series follows various genres and that’s what makes it interesting and famous among viewers and fans. Below is the list of genres NCIS: Sydney has
- Military fiction
- Police procedural
- Armed force
Isn’t it a complete package of everything a viewer loves to see in a series?
NCIS: Sydney Plot
Now coming to the interesting part, what will be NCIS: Sydney Plot? Well, here’s everything we know about the plot so far.
It depicts a storyline that the crime will follow around the marines and the navy. Moreover, it is said to follow their previous sequels like NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: Hawai, and also the series that was canceled that is NCIS: New Orleans. The difference will be the scenic beauty of Sydney.
NCIS: Sydney Release Date
Well, Viacom CBS announced the fourth NCIS spin-off in February 2022 and the release date is not yet out. Although, don’t lose hope yet because good thing is that according to the deadlines, it is said to be released in 2023. Based on that, the shooting should start by the end of 2022. We may get the news anytime now about the release date of NCIS: Sydney.
NCIS: Sydney Previous Season Recap
NCIS has had many successful seasons so far. Unfortunately, a few of them were not that successful but the series still managed to be one of the longest-running shows. There’s no doubt in saying that the series has impressed us with every sequel and we are expecting the same with the upcoming series as well.
It first came out in September 2003 and did pretty well at that time. Slowly it started getting lots of love from the United States and now it is loved internationally. The IMBd rate is 7.8 with 83% rotten tomatoes which is pretty satisfactory.
Where to Watch NCIS: Sydney?
The show is going to be available on Network 10 and Paramount+. You may also see it running on CBS as well in The U.S. Viewers and fans are requested to be slightly patient as the rapid increase in popularity of the sequel may make it available on other streaming platforms as well.
Please make sure to stay updated as 2023 is near and we can hear the good news any time now. They may reveal the release date at the end of the year.
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