NCIS fans have enjoyed seeing the show arrive on-screen each week for most of the last 17 years. Not much has halted the show from airing in recent years but fans of the show were a little unhappy last week when season 17, episode 17 was pulled from being shown on CBS.
This week, fans have similar luck as the show has been pulled from CBS once again.
NCIS’ absence is due to CBS’ news feature which is dedicated to the American Election.
Today is known as Super Tuesday in America, which is when the most US states hold contests to pick a presidential nominee.
It is also where most people get to cast their ballot for the election.
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NCIS cancelled: Agent Gibbs will not be returning to TV this evening (Image: GETTY)
NCIS cancelled: Viewers have been shafted by the network's super tuesday event (Image: GETTY)
While it is an important day for Americans, it, unfortunately, means they miss out on another week of Agent Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon) and his NCIS team.
CBS have dubbed the event in place of NCIS the “CBS News Election Special Super Tuesday: High Stakes.”
The feature’s description doesn’t reveal much, but it does tell viewers: “Special coverage of the Super Tuesday primaries.”
Fans of the show were not happy about this news and began hitting out on Twitter about the disruption to the schedule.