Ncis Star Brian Dietzen Reacts As Katrina Law Undergoes Major Transformation Amid Filming Delay


Katrina no longer wears her brunette hair. The star of NCIS, Katrina Law, had a significant hair makeover, and it looks amazing!

The Jessica Knight actress unveiled her stunning pink hair on Instagram, accessorizing it with a vivid lip color and a “SAG-AFTRA” tee. In the caption, she expressed her support for the ongoing walkout of actors, writing, “Mid-strike hair don’t care! Come on, @sagaftra!!!”

Katrina’s followers were quick to heap praise on the star’s new hairdo, including co-star Brian Dietzen – aka Dr Jimmy Palmer –, who dropped the eyes emoji alongside the comment: “Hell yeah!”

Fans also showed their approval, with one person writing: “Love it @katrinalaw! Looks beautiful,” while another added: “Wow!”

Alex Tarrant, who plays Kai Holman in the spin-off show, NCIS: Hawai’i, also commented. “End of strike hair?” he asked, dropping several fingers crossed emojis.
Katrina’s vibrant new look comes as filming for season 21 of NCIS remains on hold.

Deadline reports that although the CBS show’s writing staff resumed work in October, the cast is still unable to return to the set to film the upcoming episodes due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike. The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and SAG-AFTRA are still in the midst of productive conversations that took place over the weekend.

“Over the course of the weekend, we have discussed all open proposals, including AI, with the AMPTP,” SAG-AFTRA tweeted on Sunday. “Both parties will be working independently Monday and re-engage on scheduling at the end of the day. Join us and flood picket lines in the morning. Make your voices heard.”


When will NCIS season 21 be released?

The release date for the next 21st season of CBS has not yet been announced. Scripted dramas like NCIS, One Chicago, and The Rookie may return to television as early as mid-March now that the WGA strike is over and writers are back at work, according to Deadline. But how soon the SAG-AFTRA strike is settled will determine this.

It would have to start filming around Thanksgiving for a mid-season premiere. Over the past few months, the NCIS cast has been tremendously supportive of the strike; Katrina, in particular, has shared multiple posts from the Los Angeles picket lines.

Sharing snaps of her fellow NCIS cast members holding up signs outside Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, she wrote on Instagram: “So proud of the #NCIS actors and writers coming out in support of each other.”

Her co-star Brian wrote a long article supporting NCIS and the actors’ union, expressing his support for the cause. He wrote, “I love the people I work with,” and included a picture of the NCIS ensemble protesting. “I’m honored to support them as we wait for a just resolution. I have no doubt that future revenue sources will include performers, writers, and studio personnel in equal measure, allowing us to all share in the triumphs we’ve all worked so hard to achieve.”