What’s On: CBS Action - June 12th - 18th

Written by STARBURST Monday, 12 June 2017

TV News

As part of our partnership with CBS Action, we’re going to bring you our pick of the great cult shows for the coming weeks.

June 12th - 18th

NCIS

Daily at 10am, 2pm, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm, 10pm, midnight, 12:55am, 1:50am.

Enjoy episodes from Season 1, 3, and 9 of the popular show involving the marine-based investigation bureau (which spun-off from another great CBS Action show, Jag. Stars Mark Harmon as Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Pauley Perrette as quirky forensic scientist Abby Sciuto, and David McCallum (former Man from U.N.C.L.E.) as Dr Donald ‘Ducky’ Mallard, NCIS Chief Medical Examiner.


Mission: Impossible

Daily at 4pm, 11pm.

Season 2 of the legendary adventure series in which the IMF (Impossible Missions Force), a secret government agency who undertake daring covert assignments after receiving a cryptic recording that will self-destruct once played. Stars Peter Graves, Barbara Bain and Martin Landau (who were married and, of course, also starred in Space: 1999 together). If you’ve only ever seen the blockbuster movies, do yourself a favour and settle down for some small-screen fun!


The Streets of San Francisco

Weekdays at 4.20am.

Here’s one for the night owls (or early risers), some top-notch cop drama from the 4th season of the seventies hit show with Karl Malden and Michael Douglas. From stunning locations to non-stop action, this is one of the best-remembered series of its type and well worth a look if you’re too young to remember it the first time around.

Find CBS Action on Sky 148, Virgin 192, Freeview 64, Freesat 137. Check out the full listings here


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