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CBS Eyes ‘JAG’ Revival Following Harm & Mac Arc On ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’

Add JAG to the list of hit TV shows getting the revival treatment. CBS is eyeing a comeback for the series that kicked off the NCIS franchise, with the upcoming four episode arc on NCIS: Los Angeles, in which David James Elliott and Catherine Bell will reprise their roles as Harm and Mac, testing the waters for such a move. 

CBS Renews ‘Blue Bloods’ For Tenth Season, Tom Selleck Inks New One-Year Deal

Fresh off of picking up NCIS for a seventeenth season, CBS has also handed out a renewal to long-running procedural Blue Bloods - picking up the Tom Selleck fronted drama for its tenth season. The renewal comes after CBS Television Studios inked a new one-year deal with Selleck.

CBS Renews ‘NCIS’ For Seventeenth Season

CBS has picked up their long running procedural NCIS for a seventeenth season. While the network had always been expected to pick up the show, it was contingent on series star and executive producer Mark Harmon inking a new deal with CBS Television Studios. That has now happened, clearing the way for today's renewal. 

David James Elliott To Reprise ‘JAG’ Role On ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’

Harmon Rabb Jr is making a comeback. JAG star David James Elliott has signed on to reprise his role in a multi-episode arc on NCIS: Los Angeles. This marks the first time that Elliott has made an appearance on any of the NCIS spin-offs. His last appearance as Captain Harmon Rabb Jr was the series finale of JAG in 2005.

‘S.W.A.T.’, ‘9JKL’ Score Additional Episode Orders At CBS

CBS is extending the run of two of their freshman shows. The network has handed out a full season orders to their Shemar Moore fronted drama S.W.A.T. and a partial order to comedy series 9JKL. The orders are for seven additional episodes of S.W.A.T. (for a total of 20) and three additional episodes of 9JKL (for a total of 16).

‘Young Sheldon’ Picked Up For Full Season

CBS has handed out a full season order to their The Big Bang Theory prequel series Young Sheldon. The formal back nine order brings the episode order for the show's first season to twenty-two episodes.