The NCIS shows are finally back! After the fall break, we’ve been excitedly waiting for the big crossover event that will see the three shows coming together for a three-episode crossover event to air on Monday, Jan. 9. What time can you watch the NCIS episodes on CBS?
Kicking off the first part of the crossover event, NCIS begins with the team being joined by other members of the NCIS franchise to celebrate the retirement of a FLETC professor.
But when the man is found dead under suspicious circumstances, they begin to investigate. The episode, titled “Too Many Cooks,” will air at 8 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT.
On NCIS: Hawaii, which will air immediately after NCIS at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT, the episode “Deep Fake” will see various members of the NCIS teams being abducted.
What time are the NCIS shows on CBS tonight Jan. 9, 2023?
Jane Tennant, Jimmy Palmer, and Sam Hanna are the ones abducted by a woman claiming to be with the CIA. She wants some sort of intel from them, likely a possible investigation.
Finally, NCIS: Los Angeles will follow at 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. ET with the episode “A Long Time Coming.” The episode will find Agents Fatima Namazi and Devin Rountree searching for their missing boss, Admiral Kilbride. But then they discover that there’s a bounty on all of their heads.
While we won’t see every cast member appear in all three episodes, it will still be fun to watch and see how different characters work together.
These episodes will be the first ones back from the holiday break for NCIS and NCIS: Hawaii. As for NCIS: Los Angeles, the series returned with a brand new episode during its regular Sunday night slot on Jan. 8. We’re excited to watch the crossover. You’ll be able to catch up on the NCIS shows on Paramount+.
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