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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by trdrjeff, Feb 8, 2013.
Hollywood really is out of ideas :lol:
You're a little late to the party. NCIS: LA is in it's 4th season!
While a spin-off is in the works, it has not yet been titled.
From Screen Rant:
Read it again
Just more Hollywood franchising.
Actually this proposed new series along with NCIS: LA are a spin-off from NCIS which in turn is a spin-off from JAG. Again, more Hollywood franchising.
Works for me.
Hrm. Not so sure about that success. I don't find NCIS: LA anywhere near as intresting as the main NCIS, so not sure how a 3rd one would benefit. Fealt the same way about L&O: Criminal Minds. Gah.. getting a little tired of all the law enforcement shows in general. Seems like something is either a 'Law enforcement show' or a 'doctor/hospital' show these days.
Was NCIS officially a JAG spinoff? or are you just saying the idea was born from JAG's success. That's more of how I thought. NCIS is the law to JAG's order. (Really miss JAG too )
beats anything Reality TV.
Except maybe a crossover? From some of the headlines I've read, this may be a reality-based version of it.
Hmm, come to think of it, I may be thinking of a CSI crossover. Some sort of COPS-type CSI show.
Easy mistake, The CSIs, NCISs and L&Os ..... they're all the same anyways.
Per Wikipedia: NCIS-The concept and characters were initially introduced in two episodes of the CBS series JAG (season eight episodes "Ice Queen" and "Meltdown"). The show, a spin-off from JAG premiered on 23 September 2003.
Both great titles.
All I could come up was NCIS:Overkill
NCIS: Filling the gap CSI:Miami left
NCIS: Malibu - Psychologist Charlie Goodson leads a crack
team of forensic psychologists in solving crime in the upscale
beachside community of Malibu, CA.
"The show will be written and executive produced by NCIS: LA showrunner Shane Brennan and will follow a small group of mobile agents who crisscross the country solving crimes."
OOH! OOH. I know! NCIS Winnebago!
Don "microwave popcorn, a plunger, tic tacs and a funnel save the day in Fuddpucker Junction" Bolton
I believe there is a show called "The Real NCIS" on Crime and Investigation Network and National Geographic has "Inside the Real NCIS". I think NCIS is very well covered on TV
NCIS: Road Trip, to be followed in the UK by NCIS: EuroTrip.