‘NCIS’ Season 13 Update: What We Know So Far in the next season of CBS’s hit series
Fans are anxiously waiting for the "NCIS" season 13 premiere as last season's finale concluded in a very devastating scene. Official intel about the next season are being kept in tight wrap but below are some of the things teased by creator Gary Glasberg and actor Mark Hamon in their interviews.
The squad will be put in danger
As what we have previously reported, Glasberg told The Hollywood Reporter that the final scene of "NCIS" season 12 is intended to leave the fans wondering where season 13 is headed. He also hinted an "impending" danger awaiting the squad that they need to deal when the show returns this fall.
"NCIS" season 12 could be Mark Hamon's last
The scene where he was shot by a boy in a marketplace in Iraq shocked the fans of CBS's hit action drama series. Many were quick to speculate that Hamon may not return on "NCIS" season 13 and sadly, the actor himself thinks the same.
When Mark Hamon was asked by James Corden in his late night show about the fate of Gibbs in the show, the actor did not directly say that Gibbs will not appear next season but hinted the possibility of eventually leaving the show, reports Enstars.
Tony Dinozzo as the new leader of the NCIS team?
We previously reported Gary Glasberg's plan on the first episode of "NCIS" season 13 and that is for Tony Dinozzo (Michael Weatherly) to go after the leader of The Calling aka the perpetrator for Gibb's unfortunate fate in the marketplace. However, Christian Today reports that Dinozzo could actually become the new leader of the NCIS if Hamon will really leave the show.
Mark Hamon has not yet confirmed his exit from the longest running CBS police procedural but Gary Glasberg said that the team will face threat on "NCIS" season 13. Does the threat spring from Gibb's incident in the marketplace? Will Tony Dinozzo capture the leader of The Calling? All these will be answered when the series returns to CBS this fall.