JAG Database
Season 10 (final)
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Country of origin: United States
No. of episodes: 22
Original network: CBS
Original release: September 24, 2004 – April 29, 2005
Home video release
DVD release date: February 9, 2010
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The tenth and final season of JAG premiered on CBS on September 24, 2004, and ended on April 29, 2005, after 22 episodes. It was produced by Belisarius Productions in association with CBS Productions (now CBS Television Studios).

JAG the final season was aired alongside with NCIS (season 2).


Chief of Staff Lieutenant Colonel Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell), a tenacious, by-the-book Marine Corps judge advocate, and Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr. (David James Elliott), a former naval aviator turned lawyer, are employed by Headquarters of the Judge Advocate General, the internal law firm of the Department of the Navy. The JAG team prosecute, defend, and preside over the legal cases under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) assigned to them by the Judge Advocate General, Major General Gordon Cresswell (David Andrews). This season, Mac and Harm must investigate the death of a Marine in a friendly fire incident ("Corporate Raiders"), a 22-year-old murder case ("Retrial"), an Ensign who fired on a fishing boat ("Whole New Ball Game"), and a DOD mishap in Baghdad ("This Just In From Baghdad"). Also this season, Mac suffers a personal loss ("Hail and Farewell"), and travels to San Diego to head a criminal investigation ("JAG: San Diego"), while new officers Lieutenants Gregory Vukovic (Chris Beetem), Tali Mayfield (Meta Golding), and Catherine Graves (Jordana Spiro) are assigned to her staff, Jennifer Coates (Zoe McLellan) is tapped to be a juror ("The Sixth Juror"), Harm must face the loss of Mattie (Hallee Hirsh) ("Death at the Mosque"), Bud Roberts(Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet Sims (Karri Turner) must decide their future, and Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence) is forced to act as the Acting Judge Advocate General. Finally, Harm and Mac must confront their feelings for one another as they are offered promotions that will lead to their separation, Mac is assigned to Joint Legal Forces Southwest, and Harm is offered a Captain's billet in London ("Fair Winds and Following Seas").


In February 2005, series co-star David James Elliott announced his departure from the series, with Bellisario noting that "his contract was up, and we never expected it to go on. We had to cut costs. [So] we started doing episodes with less of David, and it became obvious to him that we were not going to renegotiate". Both Catherine Bell and Chris Beetem had signed on for a potential eleventh season. "'It was always intended that Catherine would be [on] the show next season but [Elliott] would not,' says Bellisario".

In Spring 2005, despite CBS informing Donald P. Bellisario that the series "may get picked up", JAG was canceled. Bellisario stated that "the reason JAG is not coming back is purely demographic. Nothing more", adding "it's wrong to say the show was canceled because [series co-star David James Elliott] said he was leaving."

Cast and Characters


  • David James Elliott as Harmon Rabb, Jr., Commander
  • Catherine Bell as Sarah MacKenzie, Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps.
  • Patrick Labyorteaux as Bud Roberts, Lieutenant Commander
  • Scott Lawrence as Sturgis Turner, Commander
  • Zoe McLellan as Jennifer Coates, Legalman 1st Class (Petty Officer 1st Class)

Also starring

  • Karri Turner as Harriet Sims, Lieutenant
  • Chris Beetem as Gregory Vukovic, Lieutenant
  • David Andrews as Gordon Cresswell, Major General in the Marine Corps, Judge Advocate General of the Navy
  • Meta Golding as Tali Mayfield, Lieutenant
  • Jordana Spiro as Catherine Graves, Lieutenant


  • Steven Culp as Clayton Webb, CIA Officer
  • Claudette Nevins as Porter Webb, mother of Clayton Webb
  • Michael Bellisario as Michael Roberts, Midshipman
  • Dean Stockwell as Edward Sheffield, Secretary of the Navy
  • Hallee Hirsh as Mattie Johnson


JAG Season Ten - Episode List
Episode Number Title Airdate Notes
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206 1 Hail and Farewell, Pt II September 24, 2004  
207 2 Corporate Raiders October 1, 2004  
208 3 Retrial October 15, 2004  
209 4 Whole New Ball Game October 29, 2004  
210 5 This Just In From Baghdad November 5, 2004  
211 6 One Big Boat November 12, 2004  
212 7 Camp Delta November 19, 2004  
213 8 There Goes The Neighborhood November 26, 2004  
214 9 The Man On The Bridge December 10, 2004  
215 10 The Four Percent Solution December 17, 2004  
216 11 Automatic For The People January 7, 2005  
217 12 The Sixth Juror January 14, 2005  
218 13 Heart of Darkness February 4, 2005  
219 14 Fit For Duty February 11, 2005  
220 15 Bridging The Gulf February 18, 2005  
221 16 Straits of Malacca February 25, 2005  
222 17 JAG: San Diego March 11, 2005  
223 18 Death At The Mosque April 1, 2005  
224 19 Two Towns April 8, 2005  
225 20 Unknown Soldier April 15, 2005  
226 21 Dream Team April 22, 2005  
227 22 Fair Winds and Following Seas April 29, 2005