I honestly didn't see her being really happy at NSA when we met her. She was isolated from her colleagues, they - and her boss, for that matter - made rude comments behind her back (and maybe not always behind her back) and thought she was a freak because she was different. She got a taste of what working with a team could be like working with Gibbs and his team and that, combined with the fact that NCIS was her first choice of employer, gave her the impetus to take a leap of faith.
No, the only ratings that matter to some fans are the demo ratings. CBS has said that they don't put as much stock in the 18-49 demo rating or in the Live + Same Day ratings as they do in the 25-54 (where NCIS is #1) demo and Live + 3 Day ratings over and over and over again, and still people insist that they're either lying or they're stupid. People keep insisting that CBS must care about them because the advertisers do. Well, Les Moonves (you know him - the head of CBS?) just came out and said that the advertisers are not as important, at least for NCIS, as international sales are.
I don't believe Rocky Carroll and Brian Dietzen's contract renewals have been announced yet - they're up at the end of this season. Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, David mcCallum and Sean Murray are all signed through next season. Not sure about Emily Wickersham - I believe she had a two year contract but being she started almost half way through season 11 that might affect when her contract is up for renewal. And I believe Mark Harmon is signed through next season as well - apparently Cote de Pablo referred to him having a three-year contract in an interview before she left. Of course, having a contract can mean next to nothing - just look at Patrick Dempsey...
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