'NCIS: Origins' Expands with New Cast Members

The NCIS universe continues to grow with the upcoming prequel series, 'NCIS: Origins', set to debut in the 2024-2025 season on CBS and Paramount Plus.

AceShowbiz - CBS's "NCIS" franchise is expanding with the highly anticipated prequel series, "NCIS: Origins", which has received a straight-to-series order for the 2024-2025 season. New cast members have been added to the upcoming series.

It's been reported that Daniel Bellomy "Power Book II: Ghost") will join the series in recurring roles. The show will also feature Caleb Martin Foote ("Made For Love") and Robert Taylor ("Longmire") in the same capacity as Daniel with Robert playing Ralph Waite, Gibbs' father.

The show will delve into the origins of fan-favorite character Leroy Jethro Gibbs, previously played by Mark Harmon. Harmon will lend his voice to the series as the narrator, providing insights into Gibbs' early years. He will also serve as an executive producer alongside his son, Sean Harmon. However, Sean will not reprise his role as Young Gibbs.

Austin Stowell has been cast as the young Gibbs, joining Mariel Molino as Special Agent Lala Dominguez. Kyle Schmid will portray the younger version of Mike Franks, the NCIS legend who leads the team at NIS Camp Pendleton.

Other confirmed cast members include Diany Rodriguez as Rita Pintado, Egmont Wolff as Chuck Green, Tyla Abercrumbie as Jessica Knight.

Set in 1991, prior to the events of NCIS, the prequel will explore Gibbs' journey as a newly minted special agent. The series promises to reintroduce fan-favorites while introducing new characters and revealing a "new side" to Gibbs.

"NCIS: Origins" will air weekly on CBS and be available for livestreaming on Paramount Plus. Premium subscribers will have access to the episodes immediately, while all other users can stream them the following day. The exact premiere date has not yet been announced.

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