They call it 'The Abby Effect', about how young girls want to be like her and pursue careers in math and science.
It hasn't been long in this country and elsewhere around the world, when women weren't expected to pursue math and science at all.
For the past two years, the show has been awarded the International Audience Award by Eurodata TV Worldwide and The Monte Carlo Television Festival for being “the most watched drama series in the world.” The show currently airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
on CBS, having spawned two successful spinoffs, “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “NCIS: New Orleans.” While Harmon will remain with the show for at least two more seasons, “NCIS” will bid farewell to star Michael Weatherly after the conclusion of Season 13.
CBS has renewed “NCIS” for two more seasons, which will keep the show on air through Seasons 14 and 15, the network announced Monday.
The renewal comes on the heels of executive producer and star Mark Harmon signing a new two-year overall deal.
Currently, Perrette is focused on another story: helping the homeless.“This is not something that I’m ashamed of, and it’s not something that anyone should have to be ashamed of.” That night, #We Are Proud Of You Troye started trending worldwide.“Writing that song was very therapeutic to me at the time.Along with Harmon, Pauley Perrette and David Mc Callum, Weatherly has starred in the drama since it premiered.His exit follows the departure of co-star Cote de Pablo, who left after Season 11.The actress was attacked in November, allegedly by a homeless man, and now she's working with Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti to help the estimated 44,000 homeless people living in L.