The people behind NCIS are grateful for the millions of fans who make the CBS procedural America's most-watched drama every week. To say thank you, they are giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the show.
Monday, Dec. 10: "Backlot: Location, Location, Location" spotlights Michael Weatherly and art director Robb Bacon taking viewers to the NCIS backlot, revealing how production transforms the streets and storefronts into recognizable locations from around the globe.
Wednesday, Dec. 12: "Ship Set: Set Afloat" offers interviews with Sean Murray, executive producer Chas. Floyd Johnson and technical advisor Leon Carroll discussing the production challenges of filming in the tight quarters of the ship.
Friday, Dec. 14: "MTAC: Telecommunication" demonstrates how scenes are staged in the Multiple Threat Alert Center, pulling in live feeds from different sets and allowing the actors to interact with each other in real time.
Monday, Dec. 17: "Vance's Office: Highly Decorated" follows Rocky Carroll and set decorator Lynn Wolverton-Parker discussing the distinct touches in the set that reflect the character and history of Vance.
Wednesday, Dec. 19: "Interrogation: If These Walls Could Talk" explores the show's cinematography and the tricks employed in shooting in tight quarters, with Cote de Pablo, director of photography Bill Webb, and writers and executive producers George Schenck and Frank Cardea.