Articles about NCIS
Stars from US series including FBI, Grey’s Anatomy, The 100 and NCIS offer a glimpse into what life is like working on a year-long network drama.
On the back of an extensive film career, NCIS star Maria Bello tells DQ why she has come to love working in television and reveals the secret to the long-running US crime drama’s global success.
Procedural series were once the bread and butter of US broadcast networks. But international buyers are finding them harder to come by amid the appetite for increasingly serialised storytelling. DQ examines the future of the story-of-the-week format.
After 13 years investigating crimes on US juggernaut NCIS, Michael Weatherly swapped the navy police for the courtroom with Bull. As the legal drama begins its second season, the actor discusses both CBS series, auditioning for Steven Spielberg and why procedurals still have the ability to satisfy viewers.
From true crime to financial crime, the ever-evolving crime genre continues to dominate the TV landscape. Also this week, a US adaptation for Misfits and a new trans drama from Freeform.
With The Flash and Supergirl set to meet for the first time, Michael Pickard looks at the trend for drama crossovers, with viewers’ favourite characters set to share more screen time in the future.
US cables shows like The Shannara Chronicles and Colony are seeing their audiences double thanks to time-shifted viewing, a situation that encourages caution when deciding whether to renew.
This week, DQ looks into the TV work of the writers behind Oscar winners Spotlight and The Big Short, plus the new showrunners for Netflix’s House of Cards.