Mark Harmon Exited From NCIS After Over 18 Seasons

Mark Harmon, the original “NCIS” and his character, bid farewell to the CBS drama on Monday’s episode after more than 18 seasons.

70-year-old ego Harmon, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Sean Murray), informs NCIS Director Vance (Rocky Carroll) that he is staying in Alaska, where he has just resolved a case, The deadline has been indicated.

In a hunting scene, Gibbs explains to Special Agent Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) that he feels a “sense of peace” in Alaska. Gibbs praised McGee for keeping an eye on his back for 18 years and the two shared a hug.

Harmon’s character had been suspended and a boat exploded the previous season.

“As executive producer and dear friend, Mark continues to be an integral part of the show’s fabric,” executive producer and show director Steve Bender said in a statement. Posted on Twitter. “Our North Star has always been true to our characters, and it’s that fact that always guides us in the stories we tell and where those characters go. So in terms of Gibbs’ future, as long-time fans of the show have noted over the years…never counts Jethro Gibbs’s future. outside”.

While Monday’s batch marks the end of Harmon’s career on a regular basis, CBS Entertainment chief Kelly Cale hinted that may come back From time to time.

“We just have to see how things go in the future,” Cale said.

TVLine reported That Harmon wanted to leave after last season, but agreed to return in a limited appearance to ensure NCIS’s renewal.

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