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He was a great cook who loved making pancakes for his two sons. He was the showrunner of one of TV's most high-octane dramas but in his downtime was mesmerized by HGTV. He was the kind of a guy who…
Following the death of Gary Glasberg, the showrunner of “NCIS” and creator of its spinoff “NCIS: New Orleans,” the CBS franchise’s cast and crew, as well as the rest of Hollywood, were quick to…
Gary Glasberg, the longtime showrunner of CBS’ “NCIS” and creator of spinoff “NCIS: New Orleans,” died Wednesday in Los Angeles. He was 50. CBS said Glasberg died in his sleep. "Gary was our rock…
Television’s biggest scripted show is about to get bigger. CBS is planning another “NCIS” spinoff, Variety has confirmed. It will center around the Naval Criminal Investigative Service‘s New Orleans…
CBS has renewed "NCIS" for an 11th season while signing star and exec producer Mark Harmon to a contract extension.
At a time when DVRs and Web streaming on VOD are upending primetime viewing patterns, CBS has flexed impressive muscle in bringing auds to the live telecasts of its top shows.
People often equate actors with roles they play, and 10 seasons into "NCIS" some folks think Mark Harmon is Leroy Jethro Gibbs.
When "NCIS" first premiered few viewers knew that NCIS -- Naval Criminal Investigative Service -- actually existed, or that unlike other military investigative agencies, over 90% of its staff is…
Shane Brennan is firing up his development for the 2012-13 season with two drama projects set up at CBS, one of which is a private eye vehicle based on the "King and Maxwell" novel series by David…
Across broadcast and cable, these exec producers steer their shows to ratings and critical glory. Here's how they do it. . .
"NCIS" boss Shane Brennan has cut a new three-year overall deal with CBS TV Studios valued in the low eight-figure range.