Christopher Llyod To Make A Guest Appearance On NCIS Tonight: Read More
Christopher Llyod will make a guest appearance on tonight’s episode of NCIS. The event is titled “The Arizona” and stars Christopher Lloyd, 81, a man who claims to have been a part of the U.S.S Arizona during Pearl Harbor.
‘NCIS’ always features 22 to 24 episodes in each of its seasons and this season was supposed to have 22 events. However, like the rest of Hollywood’s productions, this, too, was affected by the global implementation of lockdown and had to be cut short. Therefore, episode 17 will mark the finale of the current season.
NCIS shared a recent message from the actor Wilmer Valderrama, who humorously wrote: ” We are in this together.” Wilmer also expressed his jealousy of his dog since it doesnt have to use a toilet paper.
What Are We To Expect From Tonight’s Episode: Heres All You Need To Know
Christopher Llyod will be guest starring on the show’s tonight’s episode as Joe Smith. Lloyd’s most prominent works include his portrayal of Emmett “Doc” Brown in the Back To The Future trilogy. He also starred as Commander Kruge in Star Wars III and as Uncle Fester in The Addams Family. Lloyd has received three Emmys as an actor.
NCIS, on the other hand, has not been renewed for season 18 yet, and we have our doubts about it, given the current situation around the globe. However, fans need not be worried since NCIS draws in almost over 10 million views, making it the most-watched series on TV. NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans, the two spinoffs of the original show, draw in over 5 million views per episode. Therefore, it’s highly likely that these two shows will be renewed as well.
Sean Murray tweeted to inform his NCIS fans about the shutdown due to Coronavirus, on March 21. He then later tweeted again to clarify about the renewal of the show. He said,
“For those who have brought it up – we have not been officially renewed yet, so in no way am I announcing a pickup or anything. please understand that.”