The biggest drama hits from the US are coming to Australia with a brand new series of the world’s most-watched drama NCIS, and the launch of the critically acclaimed smash hit, This Is Us, this week on TEN & WIN.
The action continues for Australian viewers next week when 24: Legacy premieres and Homeland returns for its sixth season.
This Tuesday, 7 February at 8.30pm, NCIS returns for its 14th season. Three months since Agent DiNozzo’s resignation, there have been eight replacements put forward for the position, but Gibbs has fired all of them. Will Gibbs ever find someone to fill DiNozzo’s big shoes?
Then, on Wednesday night the wait is over. The hit series of the new US television season This Is Us premieres on Wednesday, 8 February, at 8.30pm. Get ready to fall in love with the characters in this emotionally-engaging, honest and provocative new series starring a stellar ensemble cast including Mandy Moore (A Walk To Remember), Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes), Sterling K. Brown (The People V. O.J. Simpson), Chrissy Metz (American Horror Story: Freak Show) and Justin Hartley (Smallville).
Premiering Sunday, 12 February at 8.30pm, the next evolution in the television series 24, 24: Legacy, hits our screens. With Kiefer Sutherland, who portrayed the legendary character Jack Bauer in 24 and 24: Live Another Day, returning as an Executive Producer.
Following 24: Legacy, the edge-of-your-seat sensation that is Homeland returns. Airing from Sunday, 12 February at 9.30pm, Carrie Mathison returns for another rollercoaster season back on American soil, living in New York. Now working at a foundation providing aid to Muslims living in the US, season six will tackle the after-effects of the US Presidential election, with the entire season taking place between election day and the inauguration.
NCIS. Premieres Tuesday, 7 February At 8.30pm.
This Is Us. Premieres Wednesday, 8 February At 8.30pm.
24: Legacy. Premieres Sunday, 12 February At 8.30pm.
Homeland. Premieres Sunday, 12 February At 9.30pm.