Sat, April 30
This year's slate of inductees includes Cheap Trick, Chicago, Deep Purple, N.W.A. and Steve Miller at the ceremony from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., a TV special that counts Tom Hanks among its executive producers. Bert Berns, a 1960s-era songwriter and producer, is the 2016 inductee in the Ahmet Ertegun Non-Performance Category.
A case hits at the heart of the Navy in "React," as the daughter (Caitlin Carver) of Secretary Sarah Porter (returning guest star Leslie Hope) is kidnapped. T.C. Fornell (fellow returnee Joe Spano) is among the FBI agents working with Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and company to rescue the victim. McGee (Sean Murray) is reunited with a Special Agent friend (guest star Christina Chang), who has arrived to give the team tactical training.
Cinematographer Charles Lang scored an Oscar nomination for his atmospheric black-and-white camerawork in this elegant 1944 supernatural mystery about a brother and sister (Ray Milland, Ruth Hussey) who move to a coastal mansion haunted by two ghosts, one of whom has sinister designs on the former owner's granddaughter (Gail Russell). Donald Crisp and Cornelia Otis Skinner also star.
A new episode called "Duck, Duck, Cat!" features a goat whose BFF is a pig, a dog who loves riding on the back of his miniature horse buddy, a woman who found a prosthetic beak for a wounded Alaskan bald eagle and a retired Marine with a former military working dog. Also, as the title suggests, there's a duck that has happily bonded with two felines.