Category Archives: News

New Part of Ladies of NCIS – Ladies of NCIS ARCHIVE

I was thinking about the questions, why Sasha and Co not on the site. Ok, you´re right. And this is my solution: Ladies of NCIS ARCHIVE. I´m working on this now, but it takes time. Still uploading photos for you 🙂 So you can visit the site here. New Layout and more coming soon. Enjoy. Btw, if you miss a Lady, tell me, and I´ll add her.

 

Share Button

Exclusive: Entire NCIS Cast Signed for Season 12

CBS’ NCIS had dodged its annual agita attack this year, with the re-signing of five series regulars whose contracts expire this spring.

RELATED | May Sweeps Scoopapalooza: 99+ Spoilers on Your Favorite Series’ Season-Ending Episodes

TVLine has learned that Michael Weatherly‘s new deal to return to TV’s most watched drama for Seasons 12 and 13 is due to close imminently, while Sean Murray, Pauley PerretteDavid McCallum and Rocky Carroll already have signed on the dotted line.

Fellow series regulars Mark Harmon, Brian Dietzen and Emily Wickersham are working off different contract cycles.

RELATED | NCIS‘ Michael Weatherly Previews a ‘Favorite Episode,’ Shares Plan to ‘Raise the Bar’ in Season 12

NCIS airs the penultimate episode of Season 11 this Tuesday at 8/7c.

Source: TV Line

Share Button

R.I.P. ‘The Waltons’ Patriarch Ralph Waite

The man who played the patriarch on CBS’ long-running series The Waltons has died. Ralph Waite was 85. He also had been recurring since 2008 as Papa Gibbs, the father of Mark Harmon’s character, on NCIS. “Everyone at NCIS is deeply saddened by the passing of our friend and colleague Ralph Waite,” the show’s cast and crew said in a statement sent out by CBS tonight. “Ralph was family to us, a tremendous talent and a very special man. We truly cherish the time we had with him. Our hearts and prayers go out to his loved ones.” He also recurred on Bones as the grandfather of David Boreanaz’s character, played Father Matt in nearly 100 episodes of Days Of Our Lives and appeared in Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, Cold Case and The Practice.

But Waite was best known as “Daddy” on The Waltons. He starred for nine seasons on the Depression-era drama as John Walton Sr., who eked out a living at the family lumber mill on Walton’s Mountain. He scored an Emmy nom for the role in 1978 and also directed more than a dozen episodes of the hourlong series, which ran from 1972-81 and was followed by a series of telefilms.

Waite’s acting credits date to the mid-1960s. He appeared on TV series including Bonanza and N.Y.P.D. and later as slave ship mate Slater in the landmark miniseries Roots, a key supporting role that earned Waite his first Emmy nom. He also worked on the big screen, including roles in films ranging from Cool Hand Luke and Five Easy Pieces to The Bodyguard and Cliffhanger. The White Plains, NY, native also starred in the mid-’80s CBS drama The Mississippi and did arcs on Steven Bochco’s Murder One and HBO’s Carnivale. Waite unsuccessfully ran for Congress in 1990, vying for the seat from California’s 37th District, which includes Mid-City and West Los Angeles.

Source: Deadline

Share Button