REAL NCIS AGENTS TAKE VIEWERS INSIDE THE INVESTIGATIONS THEY’LL NEVER FORGET. 48 Hours: NCIS starts on 20th August at 9pm only on FOX
Calling all NCIS fans… New six part series 48 Hours: NCIS grants unprecedented access into some of the biggest cases handled by the real Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). From inspecting felony crimes to preventing terrorism, each episode reveals how investigators with the real-life NCIS operate using their street smarts and technology. Rocky Carroll, the star of hit TV show NCIS, narrates the series. So for a taste of the real NCIS make sure you tune into 48 Hours: NCIS, Sundays at 9pm only on FOX.
48 Hours: NCIS ‘The Double Cross’ – Sunday 20th August at 9pm
In the series premiere, NCIS agents reveal the investigation of the 1996 deaths of Elise Makdessi and Quincy Brown, both Navy petty officers stationed at the Oceana Naval Air Station, and both found dead in a Virginia Beach apartment. Elise’s husband, Eddie Makdessi, told police the couple returned home and were accosted by Brown. Eddie Makdessi said Brown sexually assaulted and stabbed his wife, before he was able to grab a gun and shoot Brown dead. “I’ve seen horror films, I’ve seen the slasher films,” says NCIS investigator Dennis Santos, who worked for the Virginia Beach Police Department at the time of the murders. “When I walked in, my first reaction… I remember thinking, ‘Oh my God, this is real.’”
48 Hours: NCIS ‘To Catch A Killer’ – Sunday 27th August at 9pm
D’Wayne Swear, a former NCIS agent takes viewers inside the real-life cross-country search for the killer of a young woman in San Diego. Marilyn Allen was found face down in shallow waters at the Camp Pendleton Marine Base in San Diego, Calif., in 1992. At the time, NCIS agents had little to go on. There was no DNA evidence and no witnesses. The case eventually went cold for five years, and the file passed from agent to agent, until a tip-off leads investigators to their suspect…