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2014 Summer TCA tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 17, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.

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Mark Harmon with Zoe McLellan and Scott Bakula

Mark Harmon with Zoe McLellan and Scott Bakula

(L-R) Creator/producer Gary Glasberg, producer Jeffrey Lieber, actor/producer Mark Harmon, and actors Zoe McLellan, Scott Bakula, C. C. H. Pounder, and Lucas Black speak onstage at the “NCIS: New Orleans” panel during the CBS Network portion of the 2014 Summer Television Critics Association at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 10, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 17, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.

Mark Harmon to appear on new ‘NCIS: New Orleans’

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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Mark Harmon is getting busier.

The actor’s character of Gibbs will appear on the latest “NCIS” spinoff based in New Orleans, which begins shooting next week in the Crescent City.

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CBS Announces Fall Premiere Dates 2014

Tuesday, Sept. 23: The season premiere of NCIS (8:00-9:00 PM) leads into the series premiere of its new spinoff, NCIS: NEW ORLEANS (9:00-10:00 PM), and PERSON OF INTEREST (10:00-11:00 PM).

NCIS: NOLA new series premiere preview

Now, the network plans to film its new series on location, in and around New Orleans.“I’m thrilled from a business standpoint that the tax credit exists,” said Gary Glasberg, creator and executive producer of “NCIS: New Orleans.” But Glasberg said he was more excited about the prospect of filming in and around the city.“I can’t replicate New Orleans and do it as well as I want,” Glasberg explained. “It’s such a unique part of the world that I feel very fortunate that we can film this there. Everything will be done in Louisiana.”This fall’s new series will cover 13 episodes, Glasberg said. If successful, he said, the series will continue.

Now, the network plans to film its new series on location, in and around New Orleans.

“I’m thrilled from a business standpoint that the tax credit exists,” said Gary Glasberg, creator and executive producer of “NCIS: New Orleans.” But Glasberg said he was more excited about the prospect of filming in and around the city.

“I can’t replicate New Orleans and do it as well as I want,” Glasberg explained. “It’s such a unique part of the world that I feel very fortunate that we can film this there. Everything will be done in Louisiana.”

This fall’s new series will cover 13 episodes, Glasberg said. If successful, he said, the series will continue.