The Actual Truth Behind Mark Harmon leaving NCIS

“NCIS” has been miles ahead of most other police procedurals for years, thanks to its loveable cast of different types of people and its almost uncanny ability to last.

The CBS show has been on since 2003, and Season 19, which is still going on, is as good as ever.

But it’s clear that the show is about to go through what could be its biggest change yet, and it’s been looking that way for a while.

Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon), the show’s main character, has been in charge of the NCIS investigation team for 18 years. During those 18 years, he was the show’s backbone.

The last sentence was in the past tense for a reason. Season 19 of “NCIS” showed that Gibbs has decided to leave his job with NCIS because of new events and the fact that 18 seasons of hard-hitting investigations have been hard on his broad shoulders.

He plans to start a new life in Alaska. Anyone who saw the Season 18 finale will understand why the character changed this way. In the episode, Gibbs got on a boat that was going to sink soon.

It blew up out at sea, which was a surprise. Soon after, fans saw Gibbs’s body swimming to shore, which was a good sign.

It told everyone that Gibbs would be back for Season 19, but it was clear that he wouldn’t be around for much longer.

But what made the character decide to do that? Or, to put it another way, what made Mark Harmon join the other actors who have left “NCIS”?

The Hollywood Reporter says that Mark Harmon’s departure from the show is likely to be his last, at least as a star.

After all, the star has only agreed to do a certain number of episodes for Season 19, and Gibbs’s decision to stay in Alaska pretty much takes him out of the show for the foreseeable future.

Also, the current season has some new stars, like Katrina Law and Gary Cole, who is said to be taking over for Harmon.

Harmon’s limited-episode deal means that Gibbs no longer has an active role in the show. However, showrunner Steven D.

Binder is quick to point out that the actor will still have a position behind the scenes, and there’s always a chance that Gibbs will return to the screen.

Binder said that, as an executive producer and a close friend, Mark is still an important part of the show.

“Staying true to our characters has always been our north star, and that truth has always guided the stories we tell and where our characters go.

So, when it comes to the future of Gibbs, longtime fans of the show may have noticed that Leroy Jethro Gibbs is never a sure thing.”

That means that fans of Gibbs may not have shed their last tear just yet. If we were gamblers, we’d put money on Mark Harmon coming back for the series finale, whenever that might be.





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