Who Is Replacing Pauley Perrette on Season 16 of NCIS?

‘NCIS’: Diona Reasonover Promoted To Series Regular For Season 16

TVLine reports that Diona Reasonover, who plays Kasie Hines, the forensic scientist who started working in the lab after Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) left last season, has been promoted to series regular for Season 16 of the CBS procedural. She made a follow up appearance in the final two episodes of the season after Abby's departure when called upon by Gibbs to help out with the forensics. Like Abby before her, Kasie has her own distinct quirky personality.

Reasonover is a homegrown CBS talent with comedy background - she is an alumna of the CBS Diversity Showcase. She also penned an episode of I Love Dick. She served as a writer on Adam Ruins Everything and I Love You, America. She is represented by CAA. The latest season averaged 17 million viewers per episode.

Reasonover, 26, had recent guest turns on "Gracie and Frankie" and "Transparent", and was a regular on the 2015 series "Clipped", according to IMDB.

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Jeanne Shaheen , a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, also called on the panel to request testimony from Gross.

Valderrama stars as Special Agent Nick Torres on NCIS. He signed another two-year pact Monday, keeping him on the Mark Harmon-starring show through season 17.

NCIS returns Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. on NCIS.

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