‘NCIS’: Pauley Perrette, Sean Murray, Rocky Carroll & David McCallum Close New Deals For Seasons 14 & 15

EXCLUSIVE: There will be no other NCIS expel departures besides Michael Weatherly this year. we have schooled that co-stars Pauley Perrette, Sean Murray, Rocky Carroll David McCallum all have sealed new two-year deals to continue on CBS’ flagship play series, that earnings for Season 14 in a fall.


Like Weatherly, who toplines CBS’ new play series Bull, and NCIS star/executive writer Mark Harmon, Perrette, Murray, Carroll and McCallum’s contracts were adult during a finish of final season. Harmon inked a new 2-year agreement in February, triggering a two-year renovation for NCIS. The new contracts for Perrette, Murray, Carroll and McCallum assure that NCIS is set for Seasons 14 and 15 with a core expel on board. (The rest of a series’ expel members, Brian Dietzen and Emily Wickersham, are on a opposite agreement cycle.)


Thirteen seasons in, NCIS continues to be promote TV’s many watched play series. During a recently resolved 2015-16 season, it averaged 20.54 million viewers for first-run episodes (Live+7). Additionally, it has been a clever rising pad for CBS, assisting settle NCIS: LA and NCIS: New Orleans, among other series.

Perrette, who plays a quirky Abby Sciuto, is one of 3 strange expel members remaining on a show, alongside Harmon and McCallum, who plays Ducky Mallard. Murray, who plays Timothy McGee, has been on NCIS given Episode 7 of Season 1, scoring a discerning graduation to unchanging during a commencement of Season 2. Carroll, who plays Leon Vance, started as a repeated in Season 5, apropos a unchanging in Season 6.

Next season, Harmon, Perrette, Murray, Carroll, McCallum, Dietzen and Emily Wickersham will be assimilated by new array unchanging Wilmer Valderrama. The array also is casting a new womanlike regular.