Cote de Pablo to Remain on NCIS for Two more Years
Friday, April 29, 2011
NCIS’ entire cast will remain intact during the fall as Cote de Pablo recently signed on for the CBS drama for another two years.
Most of the NCIS fans were expecting her to stay on the show. The negotiations for the show proved fruitful when Cote de Pablo closed a new two-year deal with CBS TV Studios, the NCIS producers, to continue of her flagship CBS series. She was the only NCIS cast member who hadn’t signed a deal. Thus, after her deal with CBS, it is confirmed that the entire crew of the NCIS flagship will remain intact for the next fall.
According to news, Pablo has negotiated a salary increment to about $120,000 per episode. This increment has put her on par with Pauley Perrette, the other female cast member. Pablo is also getting a major cash bonus.
Pablo was induced in NCIS cast in Season 3 and that is why her contract expiration dates are different from those of her fellow NCIS co-stars Sean Murray, Michael Weatherly, David McCallum and Pauley Perrette. They all re-signed a new contract last year. Another NCIS crew member Mark Harmon signed a new deal for two years in February this year.
NCIS executive producers Shane Brennan and Gary Glasberg also signed 3-year deals with CBS Studios last week.
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