3. The Formation Of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Led To A Huge Lawsuit
Given the colossal success of NCIS, it appears like an easy decision that they would inevitably have a spinoff. In any case, the production of NCIS: Los Angeles in 2009 really led to a huge lawsuit. That is because of NCIS maker and previous showrunner Donald Bellisario had a clause in his agreement giving him the privilege to make the primary spinoff. However, after he was forced off the show, CBS hired Shane Brennan to make it. After a lot of wrangling, they settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.
4. Pauley Perrette’s Twitter Bumble
Cote de Pablo,who played fan most loved NCIS specialist Ziva David, suddenly declared her departure from the show in 2013. It was an astonishment to fans, as well as to her co-stars. Around the same time, Perrette posted a tweet of herself wearing a shirt she’d gotten in 2007, which said “I love my job.” It appeared to be sufficiently harmless. However, it set off a minor Twitter war against de Pablo’s fans, who considered it to be an assault. Purportedly, de Pablo called Perrette to stop her from tweeting. Perrette closed down her feed for less than a day.