LL Cool J's 'NCIS: LA' Goes Into Syndication After 7 Weeks
The new CBS drama NCIS: Los Angeles starring rapper LL Cool J has been sold into syndication just seven weeks of being on the air.
According to reports, NCIS: Los Angeles, which stars LL and Chris ODonnell, has been licensed to the USA Network, which also airs off-network runs of the original series, NCIS.
USA reportedly paid over $2 million per-episode to air the hit new series staring weekly in 2011, until Fall 2013.
Just last month, CBS announced full season orders for NCIS: Los Angeles, which airs every Tuesday night on the network.
NCIS: Los Angeles is the most-viewed new show of the Fall season, averaging over 17.5 million viewers each week.