Streaming giant Paramount+ releases the official trailer for NCIS: Sydney ahead of premiere

Streaming giant Paramount+ has released the trailer for the first ever international series of NCIS: Sydney.

The new teaser shows a team of U.S. NCIS Agents and the Australian Federal Police trying to stop naval crimes.

In the video, English actress Olivia Swann and Australian actor Todd Lasance work together following a murder.

‘We need to find these guys… and what’s worse is they’re still out there,’ Olivia says.

Olivia, 31, plays the head of the U.S. NCIS in Sydney, while Todd’s character serves as her second-in-command.

Streaming giant Paramount+ has released the official trailer for NCIS: Sydney ahead of the new show’s premiere

The NCIS: Sydney series is set to be released on November 10, three days ahead of its US debut.

This is the first time the NCIS franchise has launched an international version of the show after producing the successful spin-offs, NCIS Los Angeles, NCIS Hawaii and NCIS New Orleans.

U.K. TV actor Sean Sagar also co-stars as a U.S. NCIS investigator.

Also featured in the cast are Mystery Road: Origin star Tuuli Narkle, and former Neighbours star Mavournee Hazel, who play AFP investigators.

Veteran Australian film and TV actor William McInnes, famed for his role in the hit ABC series SeaChange, also joins the cast as a forensic pathologist.

The new teaser shows a team of U.S. NCIS Agents and the Australian Federal Police trying to stop naval crimes

The new teaser shows a team of U.S. NCIS Agents and the Australian Federal Police trying to stop naval crimes

NCIS is ranked as TV’s most watched series and attracts an average of 12 million viewers per episode in the U.S.

The series may eventually edge out three shows in the Law & Order franchise to become television’s longest running show. The present title holder is Law & Order: SVU which is going on 23 seasons.

NCIS was a spin-off of CBS’ JAG, both of which were created by Donald P. Bellisario, which ran for 10 seasons between 1995 and 2005.

The show ended up spawning a number of CBS spin-offs itself, NCIS: Los Angeles, which debuted in 2009 and is currently in its 13th season, NCIS: New Orleans, which was canceled after seven seasons, and NCIS: Hawaii, which debuted this fall.

The NCIS: Sydney series is set to be released on November 10, three days ahead of its US debut

The NCIS: Sydney series is set to be released on November 10, three days ahead of its US debut

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