New year, new NCIS episodes. After the end of a cliffhanger crash, the CBS crime process returns January 19, 2021 with back titles.
In “Sunburn,” the holiday of special producer Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) and his wife Delilah (Margo Harshman) in the Bahamas takes a high foothold when the NCIS case comes in with a dead escape room manager discovered to have connections to the island. Meanwhile, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) is frightened when he finds Fornell (Joe Spano) leading to bloodshed. The second episode of the night, “The Head of the Snake,” features Gibbs and Fornell’s quest to find the drug kingpin who is responsible for reaching too many of Fornell’s daughters. Gibbs and NCIS Director Vance (Rocky Carroll) also let the team in on an issue that has a dangerous impact.
With a few weeks to wait for his return NCIS, fans may want to get a little nostalgic for getting them through the break. And what better way to do that than to visit back, JAG, the series that gave us NCIS.
‘JAG’ premiered in 1995
NCIS – premiered in 2003 – is the second longest running scripted drama currently on TV (after Law & order: SVU) and has seeded two spinoffs: NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans. But it’s easy for casual fans to forget that NCIS is itself a spinoff of another long-running show: JAG.
JAG is a legal drama following a group of judicial attorneys, or lawyers, working in the Naval Office of the Attorney General of the Judge. The series It was first published in 1995 on NBC and then moved to CBS for the next nine seasons, before ending for ten years in 2005. Prime NCIS characters – including Gibbs, Anthony DiNozzo Jr. (Michael Weatherley), and Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) – introduced in a pair of season 8 JAG episodes, which was a backdoor pilot for NCIS.
How to stream ‘JAG’ on CBS All Access
If you want to get hold of old times of JAG, you must register for CBS All Access. (JAG Season 1 is also available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video.) As a bonus, you’ll also be able to times past it NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans, and select titles of NCIS: Los Angeles.
CBS All Access subscribers can also view past events of popular CBS shows such as Blue Blood, MacGyver, and Hawaii Five-0. You can also view streaming-only products as Star Trek Picard, The Stand, and Evening zone.
CBS All entry prices start at $ 5.99 per month after a free 7-day trial for a commercially restricted version. The non-commercial version (which allows you to download videos and play them offline) is $ 9.99 per month. An annual plan with limited ad costs $ 59.99 per year, while the annual plan without ad is $ 99.99 per year.
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