As slow-witted as its redundant title would have you believe. [22 Sept 2003, p.3]
But if its idea of entertainment is a new domestic terrorist threat every week - as it is in tonight's debut - no thanks. As for the stars, Harmon is Harmon, an acquired taste I never acquired. [23 Sept 2003, p.E1]
Navy NCIS may not be ghastly, but it's a mutation, gratuitous and clunky. We don't need another criminal investigation show and we don't need another military justice show, and this series is those two, two, two shows in one.
Generally favorable reviews- based on 58 Ratings
May 21, 2011My review goes out to the whole show this is definitely one of my favorite series it provides a fair amount of dramatic episodes to keep the attention of viewers. the cast all show great acting skills on the portrayal of their characters and there backgrounds and i will definitely carry on watching and would recommend it to all crime drama fans… Full Review »
Jan 10, 2011Great start to a wonderful show.
Many of the characters in this series are deeper and more complex than their competition, and offer an almost unlimited direction and scope to grow into.
Unlike other procedural crime shows, this one mixes the serious and the funny with quirky humor and enlightened gags.
Many of the story arcs are short, but they are introducing many others that are proving interesting and should provide viewers some fun.
The writing is done well, and the acting is even better.
I would like to see some more of the back-story of some of the leads, and maybe a bit more action; not necessarily shooting or car chases, but more mental or in-depth action.… Full Review »
May 19, 2013Good show, it's a sequel to the Jag series which I find interesting as well.The show leaves you on edge in just about every episode. The one liners are never expected but make you laugh in times of serious situations. The storyline continues through each episode with small little details in each. The military background makes for more interesting cases. Good theories in each case that have the average person questioning scenarios.… Full Review »