After many years on television, the shows “NCIS” and “Blue Bloods” are still dominating the ratings in a big way.
Actress Pauley Perrette, best known for starring on “NCIS,” has revealed that she ‘cheated death’ after suffering a “massive stroke.”
Mark Harmon has finally broken his silence one year after he left the CBS drama “NCIS” following 19 seasons.
The set of the beloved CBS television show “NCIS” has been hit with a mysterious illness that is plaguing the cast and crew.
Mark Harmon is leaving “NCIS” after 18 years, although he will be remaining on the program as an executive producer.
Former “NCIS” star Pauley Perrette just slammed Mark Harmon and CBS after the showrunner for “MaGyver” was fired for abusive behavior on set.
Fans of the long-running CBS television show have rushed to Harmon's defense, saying that Perrette has a long history of lying.
Pauley Perrette revealed that she will never come back to the series because she is “terrified” of costar Mark Harmon, who allegedly assaulted her.
There have been plenty of rumors about Mark Harmon’s health and his future on the hit CBS show NCIS. With Pauley Perrette announcing her departure from the
Inquisitr is reporting that Mark Harmon is possibly leaving NCIS after Season 15. Harmon’s character Jethro Leroy Gibbs is a central figure to the story