Season 19 of NCIS has been without longtime cast member Mark Harmon for the majority of the season. Over the last few years, rumors were swirling that the actor would be leaving the CBS procedural and, ultimately, the beginning of the season saw his character, Gibbs, get sent on a big (and long) mission. But could he still come back in some way? Well, Sean Murray is opening up about whether we've seen the last of Gibbs.
The biggest mystery on NCIS is happening off-screen. Fans of the long-running CBS crime drama have noticed that Mark Harmon is still included in the show's opening credits, even though the actor departed the series earlier in Season 19 and was replaced by Gary Cole as new team leader Alden Parker.
When Mark Harmon left “NCIS” for good in October 2021, CBS was probably nervous about the show’s future. On top of Harmon leaving, the show was moved from its Tuesday slot to Mondays as a lead in for “NCIS Hawai’i.”. Gary Cole was brought in...
On “NCIS,” Mark Harmon plays heroic leading man Leroy Jethro Gibbs. But did you know he’s also a real-life hero who rescued a 16-year-old from a burning car?. According to Looper, Mark Harmon jumped into action back in 1996, years before “NCIS” started up. The actor lived in Brentwood, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, at the time. Two teenagers were driving down his residential street too fast when their car crashed and caught fire.
Long before 9-1-1, Chicago Fire, or Station 19, the first responders of Emergency! saved the day. The 1972–77 drama joins FETV’s schedule tomorrow (airing two hours nightly at 10/9c), but first, this seven-hour marathon showcases the guest stars who popped up alongside firefighter paramedics DeSoto and Gage (above, Kevin Tighe and Randolph Mantooth). Such as: