NCIS, a show that has been on for two decades, saw the departure of its beloved original cast members. Let’s catch up with what some of them are up to:

Mark Harmon, known for his role as Leroy Jethro Gibbs, left NCIS, leaving fans heartbroken. He felt it was an honest time to part ways and may have wanted to spend more time with his family. At 72, he’s still deeply involved with the show as an executive producer. He recently released a non-fiction book, “Ghosts of Honolulu,” uncovering a special operation during World War II related to NCIS.

Could there be a chance for a Gibbs reunion on screen with Pauley Perrette, who played Abby Sciuto? While fans cherished their bond, behind the scenes, there was a significant conflict between them. Pauley alleged multiple physical assaults by Mark Harmon, but it seems they have resolved their differences.

Michael Weatherly, who portrayed Anthony DiNozzo, left the show but soon found a role in the series “Bull.” After the show ended in 2022, there were rumors of him reuniting with Cote de Pablo (Ziva) for an NCIS spin-off. However, he is married to physician Boyana Jankovic, and there’s no confirmation of any romantic involvement with Cote de Pablo.

Cote de Pablo made a few appearances in NCIS after her initial departure and has expressed a deep connection with her character, Ziva. She remains private about her personal life.

Emily Wickersham played Eleanor Bishop and left the show. She became a mother and, after a break, is now exploring new projects and even considering returning to NCIS.

David McCallum, who played Donald Mallard, celebrated his 90th birthday. He reduced his appearances on the show but is still dedicated to his role. He enjoys life’s simpler pleasures with his family.

While the original NCIS cast members have moved on to various endeavors, they all seem to be in a good place. Fans can only hope for potential returns in the future.

By chrysos