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Mark Harmon to Return for 'NCIS' Season 11

"In a world gone niche, NCIS keeps getting bigger, and Mark Harmon continues to define the role of leading man on the #1 show on television," said Leslie Moonves.

Mark Harmon in "NCIS"
Mark Harmon NCISFebruary 1, 2013

Cote de Pablo in "NCIS"
Cote de Pablo in "NCIS"
Michael Weatherly in "NCIS"
Michael Weatherly in "NCIS"
CBS announced today a new contract extension for "NCIS" star and executive producer Mark Harmon, and that the U.S. and global ratings phenomenon "NCIS" has been renewed for the 2013-2014 season.

"In a world gone niche, "NCIS" keeps getting bigger, and Mark Harmon continues to define the role of leading man on the #1 show on television," said Leslie Moonves, President and Chief Executive Officer, CBS Corporation. "NCIS is the type of franchise every company wants in today's global content ecosystem - high-quality storytelling that generates passionate viewers and drives revenue on every conceivable platform."

Currently in its 10th season, "NCIS" continues to hit ratings milestones. This season, for the first time ever, it ranks as television's #1 program (ahead of Sunday Night Football). "NCIS" is averaging 21.48 million viewers, up +7% over last year and is the highest-rated drama among adults 25-54 (5.9/15), while averaging 4.2/12 in adults 18-49. The series delivered its second-largest live plus same day audience on January 15, averaging 22.86 million viewers. That total soared to 25.36 million viewers with L+3 day lift, marking the first "NCIS" broadcast to deliver more than 25 million viewers with live plus 3-day lift or live plus 7-day lift.

"NCIS" is also an international hit, licensed in more than 200 markets. It is the #1 series on M6 in France, the #1 U.S. series on Rai2 in Italy and the #2 U.S. series overall, the #1 U.S. series on TV3 in Sweden, the #2 U.S. series on LaSexta in Spain, the #2 U.S. drama on Network Ten in Australia and the #3 U.S. series on Sat1 in Germany.

In domestic syndication, "NCIS" is broadcast on USA Network and ranks as cable's #1 off-network drama.

"NCIS" premiered on CBS in 2003-2004. Since its debut, "NCIS"'s ratings have steadily climbed, finishing 2008-2009 ranked fifth among all primetime programs. During the 2009-2010 season it became the #1 drama/scripted program on television, and has remained the #1 drama ever since.

"NCIS" stars Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Cote de Pablo, Sean Murray, Pauley Perrette, Rocky Carroll, Brian Dietzen and David McCallum. Gary Glasberg, Chas. Floyd Johnson, Mark Horowitz, Mark Harmon, Shane Brennan, George Schenck, Frank Cardea and Donald P. Bellisario are executive producers for Belisarius Productions in association with CBS Television Studios.
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