A popular military drama about cases tried by Judge Advocate General (JAG) lawyers is not strictly courtroom-bound as its stars often take to the field to investigate. The series premiered on NBC in September 1995, but its audience built steadily after it moved to CBS in January 1997, a move that executive producer Donald P. Bellisario says allowed for 'more mix of courtroom [and] personal stories.' The series spun off 'NCIS.'
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