NCIS Season 20: Is Sean Murray returning for the new season?

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Sean Murray plays Senior Field Agent Timothy McGee in the series NCIS. His expertise lies in cybersecurity and computer crime, for which he attended Johns Hopkins University and MIT. He started as a guest star in eight episodes of the first season of NCIS; however, by season two, he had joined the main cast and was appearing in the opening credits. Since then, he has become the NCIS franchise’s most famous character. The 20th season of NCIS is set to premiere on CBS next month. As the fans’ enthusiasm reaches its peak, numerous reports have begun circulating about Sean Murray’s comeback.

For those who don’t know, the new season of NCIS will be premiering on September 19, 2022. The first episode will be a crossover event that concludes on NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 Episode 1. This was confirmed by the official NCIS Twitter handle after they shared a post from NCIS: Hawaii.

The production for NCIS Season 20 began on schedule, as the show is one of the most popular dramas airing on CBS. Premiering on time is critical, as the show has become one of the season’s top-rated broadcast series, with 11.11 million viewers and a +149 percent increase in its new Monday 9 p.m. time slot. The franchise is an enormous hit, with approximately 95.8 billion potential social media impressions. The series has done well on social media, with about 95.8 billion potential social media impressions. As a result, the audience is always interested in finding out when the next season will begin and what will happen to these beloved characters next.

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Will Sean Murray reprise his role in NCIS Season 20?

We’re excited to announce that, as far as we know, Timothy McGee will be appearing more times throughout NCIS Season 20. He is not going anywhere and is ready to return for the upcoming season. According to reports, he’ll appear in at least the first and possibly subsequent episodes. This has been verified by cast members’ behind-the-scenes pictures and clips (below) shared by the cast members for the season’s first episode.

The official Twitter handle of NCIS also shared the news,

Some NCIS: Hawai’i cast will meet McGee at last, as he is the only squad member who has not yet traveled to Hawai’i. So far, this interaction between characters from different shows in the same franchise will be exciting and full of possibilities.

Moreover, Wilmer Valderrama, who plays NCIS Special Agent Nicholas Torres, also shared a BTS clip where we can see Sean Murray alongside his castmates. In the clip, he quotes: “Production for Season 20 of #NCIS is officially in progress. Day 1—Who’s ready!?”

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Is there any teaser or trailer for NCIS Season 20?

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The network has not released any further teasers or trailers for the upcoming season since August 23, 2022. It is expected to release in the coming weeks. In the meantime, watch the last season’s massive finale episode, which is likely to build on this previously established concept for previous seasons and continue the narrative viewers saw on CBS on May 23, 2022.

The episode “Birds of a Feather” was estimated to be viewed by 7.47 million US viewers. Reports indicate that it was directed by Terrence O’Hara and written by Christopher J.Waild. According to the official synopsis, “When Agent Parker is framed for murder, the team puts their jobs and lives on the line to buy time and uncover the truth.”

Where to stream NCIS Season 20?

You can stream NCIS Season 20 on Paramount+, fuboTV, and Netflix when it’s released. You can also watch earlier seasons of the show on these streaming platforms. Instead of renting or purchasing episodes, you can do so on Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, and Google Play. There are a variety of membership plans to choose from, depending on your preferences.

Furthermore, the show is available only on, where episodes are released after airing on TV. Depending on your location, you may also watch NCIS for free on Pluto and NBC.

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