Shows ‘NCIS’ Fans Should Watch That Aren’t ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ and ‘NCIS: LA’
For NCIS fans there can be something weirdly comforting about watching Agent Gibbs. Mark Harmon is the talented actor who has taken on the role of the tough-loving, supportive, and, often, surprising character who has led his team to crack many cases. Timothy McGee, Ducky, and Jimmy Palmer are just a few of the other characters who have worked along Gibbs at the The Naval Criminal Investigative Service’s (NCIS) headquarters located in Washington, D.C. It is hard to believe that the CBS series has been on the air since 2003, but, with 18 seasons and counting, they clearly seem to be doing something right.
Not to mention the NCIS franchise that was organically born with the addition of NCIS: Los Angeles and thenNCIS: New Orleans. Though both entertaining and successful, sometimes it can be nice to change the pace. With that being said, take a look at these five television shows that NCIS fans will likely love.
‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’
Some things are considered a classic for a reason, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is one of them. Premiering back in 1999, the NBC show has become a staple of the television industry. Mariska Hargitay is the talented and stunning actress who plays Detective Olivia Benson. Though Christopher Meloni is no longer a recurring character, few duos are as famous as Liv and Elliot Stabler. Over the course of show’s 22 seasons fans and followers have enjoyed watching the cast and characters work to help victims who have been sexually harmed
In 1984 Miami Vice premiered, and the NBC show became an instant hit. The series followed the journey of a group of undercover detectives working out of Miami, Florida. Miami Vice was well-known for incorporating suspense, action, drama, and, of course, incredibly stylish looks. Don Johnson, Olivia Brown, and Phillip Michael Thomas were a few of the stars cast in the show. This is the perfect show for anyone who appreciates a good “’80’s vibe”. All five seasons of Miami Vice are available to stream on Peacock.
‘Rizzoli & Isles’
Rizzoli & Islesput a refreshing spin on the police procedural content that so many people crave. Unlike most of its competition at the time, the TNT series had two women as the leading and main characters working to stop crime.
Angie Harmon played the part of Jane Rizzoli, a Boston detective, and Sasha Alexander appeared alongside her as Maura Isles, the Chief Medical Examiner and Rizzoli’s close confidant and counterpart. Rizzoli & Isles ran for seven seasons before coming off the air in 2016, but, fortunately, all 105 can be viewed on Hulu.
Criminal Minds is another outstanding television show when it comes to police procedural shows. The CBS show first premiered back in 2005 and revolved around the F.B.I. Behavioral Analysis Unit. Penelope Garcia, Dr. Spencer Reed, Derek Morgan, and Rossi were some of the characters so many fans and followers fondly watched over Criminal Minds‘ fifteen seasons. Today, viewers can watch the suspenseful series in all of its glory on Netflix.
Looking to get into something relatively new? If so, The Rookie may just be the perfect pick. After a life-altering encounter that changed
Despite his older age, John Nolan decided to become a police officer after experiencing a life-altering encounter. Nathan Fillion is the charming and charismatic actor who plays John. TV enthusiasts probably remember Fillion from his ABC show Castle. Though many people mock and joke about Nolan’s age and circumstances, the not-so-young rookie is determined to prove them wrong.
As ET highlighted, The Rookie is actually loosely based on the story and life of William Norcross, an LAPD officer who joined the force in his mid-40s. Believe it or not, Norcross is actually an executive producer on The Rookie. With season 4 on the horizon, now would be the perfect time to catch up and join in on the fun.