Mark Harmon Sparked MASSIVE NCIS Controversy With His Latest Exit

In a surprising turn of events, Mark Harmon, the face of NCIS for 18 seasons, bid farewell to Leroy Jethro Gibbs, leaving fans in shock.

Despite rumors, Gibbs’ retirement sparked controversy when the official NCIS Instagram account posted a promotional image, claiming “the gang’s all here,” igniting backlash from fans who felt Gibbs’ absence was a glaring oversight.

The future of NCIS remains uncertain, with no official confirmation of a Season 20. CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl assured fans that Harmon would stay connected as an executive producer, hinting that Gibbs might not be entirely gone from the show.

However, the departure of other key characters, including Torres (Wilmer Valderrama), raises questions about the show’s continuity.

Adding to the uncertainty is speculation about the fate of NCIS: LA. Actor Eric Christian Olsen, who plays Marty Deeks, fueled concerns by posting an Instagram picture with the hashtag “TheFinalSeason.”

While this may only indicate the end for Olsen’s character, fans worry it could signify the conclusion of the entire series. CBS has yet to renew the show for a new season, leaving fans on edge.

In an unexpected twist, a crossover episode between NCIS and the recently launched NCIS: Hawaii is set to air on March 28, 2022. Special Agents Torres (Valderrama) and Knight (Katrina Law) will embark on a joint mission, but details about the case remain under wraps.

As the NCIS fan base grapples with the aftermath of Gibbs’ departure, the franchise’s future hangs in the balance. Will the beloved series find a way to navigate these changes and continue capturing the hearts of viewers, or is this the end of an era for NCIS? Only time will tell.

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