Gibbs’ Future, a Potential Crossover & More Burning Questions for ‘NCIS’ Season 19
NCIS said goodbye to one of the team in the Season 18 finale and made us think we might be losing someone else in the final moments before revealing that’s not the case. And both have us very curious about what’s coming next.
After all, we know next to nothing about the undercover op Bishop (Emily Wickersham, who has left the series) sets out on, other than she needs to be a disgraced NCIS agent for it. And yes, Gibbs’ (Mark Harmon) boat exploded (he survived), but we don’t know who’s responsible. Since being suspended from NCIS, he’s been working with investigator reporter Marcie Warren (Pam Dawber), most recently looking into a serial killer.
That’s not even taking into consideration Special Agent Jessica Knight’s (Katrina Law) future after she lost her entire REACT team and subsequently worked with McGee (Sean Murray), Torres (Wilmer Valderrama), and Bishop to find answers. Then there’s NCIS‘ move to Monday nights in the fall; it will be airing at 9/8c before the newest spinoff, Hawai’i. You can bet we have an obvious question there.
Scroll down to find out what other answers we need in Season 19.
NCIS, Season 19, Fall 2021, CBS