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NCIS stars reunite at Super Bowl show

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NCIS: Hawai'i's Vanessa Lachey and NCIS' Wilmer Valderrama have reunited following the crossover event.

The actors attended last night's (February 11) Super Bowl alongside fellow CBS stars: Tracker's Justin Hartley, So Help Me Todd's Marcia Gay Harden, and The Neighborhood's Cedric the Entertainer.

Lachey used her Instagram Stories to show off what it was like inside the Allegiant Stadium in Nevada, where the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Fransisco 49ers, and to promote all the aforementioned shows beginning their new seasons this week.

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Tracker debuted last night, following CBS' airing of the big game, while The Neighborhood returns tonight, followed by both NCIS shows, while So Help Me Todd kicks off its latest season on Thursday.

Lachey and Valderrama also made a post on the official CBS and NCISverse Instagram accounts reminding to people to tune in to the new season premieres.

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Although the upcoming 21st season of NCIS hasn't began airing yet, we know the second episode will be a tribute to Ducky actor David McCallum, who sadly passed away last year after appearing in all previous seasons of the show.

The episode's official synopsis reads: "As NCIS mourns the loss of Ducky, the agents find comfort in working on one of his unfinished cases involving a woman whose father was dishonourably discharged from the Marines."

Executive producers Steven D. Binder and David North added: "Everyone at NCIS felt it was important to do an episode that honours such a legendary actor, not to mention a dear friend."

There will be "a very touching and special moment you won't want to miss" and some special guest appearances.

NCIS and NCIS: Hawai'i air on CBS in the US, and on Disney+ in the UK.

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