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    • Any word on whether NCIS will bring back family members of the team? And if so, do you happen to know which? –Daniel
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      Thus far, both Ralph Waite and Robert Wagner are likely (though not double-secret confirmed) to again play pop to Gibbs and DiNozzo, respectively.

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
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      PREVIOUSLY ON... | In the wake of the deadly manhunt for Ilan Bodnar, DoD investigator Parsons went after Gibbs hard, citing a pattern of rule-bending behavior -- while it was revealed to Vance that the CIA had in fact killed Arash Kazmi. Tony, Ziva and McGee tendered their resignations, while Gibbs got pulled into a top-secret op; in a four-month flash-forward, he was seen training a rifle on FBI agent Fornell!

      COMING UP NEXT | The season picks up right where the finale left off, and over the first two episodes fills in the “missing” months, sheds light on Gibbs' mysterious gig (“If he takes this mission, the slate for NCIS will be wiped clean,” hints show boss Gary Glasberg) and also paves the way for Cote de Pablo's exit. ("I hope it's as cathartic for the fans as it was for me shooting it," says Michael Weatherly; read more about Ziva's farewell story.) All of that “sets up the season, which has the thematic aspect of 'unlocking demons'” both figurative and literal, says Glasberg, by introducing a “pretty interesting adversary that will carry through the season.” On the lighter side of things, giving a face to McGee's new girlfriend Delilah (Big Bang Theory's Margo Harshman) will tee up “terrific triangle stuff with Abby,” Palmer's plan to adopt delivers some “twists and turns” and Glasberg has a cryptic “something fun” on tap for David McCallum's Ducky later in the season, “But I'm going to hold off a bit before I say more about that.”

      TVLINE BONUS SPOILER | Around midseason, NCIS will celebrate its 250th episode with “something that the show definitely hasn't done before,” Glasberg teases. “It'll be unique, I promise you that!”

      RETURN DATE | Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 8/7c (CBS)
    • Das Abzeichen ist zwar nicht zu erkennen, aber ich würde sagen das Bild zeigt DiNozzo als Cop in Baltimore, also eine Flashback Episode. Okay, hoffentlich ist der Grund für den Flashback wenigstens spannend. *seufz*

      Irgendwie habe ich die dunkle Ahnung, dass ich von Season 11 genervt sein werde, je mehr ich über den Ziva Ersatz erfahre. CM's Seavers anyone? *frust* *frust* *seufz*
      "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
      “Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”

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    • *seufz* *seufz* Wenn das mal nicht furchtbar schief geht in der Umsetzung. Dieses ewige vorauseilende Selbstlob kommt mir langsam verdächtig vor.
      "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
      “Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”

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    • NCIS Exclusive: Sopranos Alum Eyed as Ziva's Successor, Debut Set For November

      Michael Ausiello

      Beware of NCIS‘ newest agent — she’s got mob ties.
      TVLine has learned exclusively that Sopranos grad Emily Wickersham — she played A.J.’s girlfriend Rhiannon during the HBO drama’s sixth and final season — is joining the CBS smash as a potential successor to Cote de Pablo’s Ziva.
      Wickersham, whose three-episode deal with the show contains a series regular option, will play Bishop, a bright, educated, athletic, attractive, fresh-faced, focused and somewhat socially awkward new agent. She has a mysterious mixture of analytic brilliance, fierce determination and idealism. She’s traveled extensively, but only feels comfortable at home.” (CBS tends to do these trial runs to ensure the actor/actress in question is a good fit. See also: The Mentalist.)
      Currently recurring on FX’s The Bridge as the stepdaughter of Annabeth Gish’s character, Wickersham will make her NCIS debut during November sweeps.
      Prior to that, the show will “rotate some fun people” through the agency’s doors. “The first two episodes are all about Ziva’s departure,” EP Gary Glasberg recently told TVLine. “And then in the third episode we [begin to] introduce some different characters. And then, hopefully, when people are comfortable enough, one will walk in and be The One.”

      NCIS’ Season 11 bows on Tuesday, Sept. 24.

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • *frust* Wie befürchtet, sieht schwer nach "blonde bimbo" aus, man hätte ja denken können, die hätten was aus dem Seaver Desaster bei Criminal Minds gelernt. *seufz*
      "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
      “Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”

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    • *lol1* Das Bild und die Beschreibung des Charas "Bishop" scheinen ja wirklich nahe zu legen, dass man aus dem Seaver Desaster nicht lernen wollte. *lach* Die Dame hat mich bei den Sopranos schon genervt.
      Aber warten wir einfach ab, wie sich Bishop in der Serie so macht, und ob das Casting sich in den Quoten niederschlagen wird. *tea*
      "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
      “Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”

      *rose* Sig by angelinchains
    • NCIS - Episode 11.01 - Whiskey Tango Foxtrot - 2 New Sneak Peeks

      NCIS: How Will Ziva Say Goodbye? And 7 Other Burning Questions for Season 11
      In case you haven't heard, big changes are underway at NCIS.

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      A refresher: In the Season 10 finale, Tony (Michael Weatherly), Ziva (Cote de Pablo) and McGee (Sean Murray) all handed in their badges to protect Gibbs (Mark Harmon) in the wake of a Department of Defense investigation into the agency. The episode then jumps ahead four months, when Gibbs is aiming a sniper rifle with FBI Agent Fornell (Joe Spano) in his crosshairs.

      Although we doubt it's what was originally intended, Ziva's resignation will likely stick. As fans are well aware by now, De Pablo announced over the summer that she'll be leaving the show. Will the team (and the show) be able to go on without her? Why is Fornell a target? And what additional fallout will result from the investigation into Gibbs? took these burning questions and more to executive producer Gary Glasberg and Weatherly. Here are the biggest issues the show needs to address early on in Season 11:

      NCIS boss Gary Glasberg addresses Ziva's exit in open letter to fans

      1. How will Ziva's story line be wrapped up? As Glasberg has previously said, the two-part Season 11 premiere (beginning Tuesday at 8/7c on CBS) will be dedicated to writing Ziva off of the show. In the season opener, Ziva is "out in the ether" and Tony is tasked with finding her and bringing her back to NCIS. "That's where they're going to spend some quality time together," Glasberg teases — even if Tony is ultimately unsuccessful in getting her to return to the organization. "People are going to get some real insight into psychologically what makes Ziva tick, and it's insight that goes all the way back to her childhood," Glasberg adds. "It's insight in terms of what happened when she joinedNCIS regarding [her brother] Ari ... [and] not only what's caused her to do a lot of the things that she's done leading up to this point, but looking forward and where her head is." But while viewers may get "insight," they might not walk away with a black-and-white biography. "Ziva has always been a mystery, and she remains a mystery," Weatherly says of his on-screen counterpart.

      Fall TV Preview: NCIS and more of the biggest cast shakeups

      2. Will Ziva and Tony get a happy ending? "The will-they-won't-they is answered," Weatherly promises. "It covered all the bases, for me." Less clear is whether fans will get definitive answers about Tiva's history (like what really happened in that Paris hotel room!)."The second episode is really all about Tony and Ziva, and I hope delivers all the things that the Tiva fans are going to react to and want," Glasberg says. "There's some really lovely moments between Tony and Ziva, and a really passionate, lovely goodbye."

      3. How will Tony deal with Ziva's departure? "This is something that's going to really linger with him and resonate for him," Glasberg promises. "There's going to be a certain maturity that's going to come out of this for Tony." It's a change that Weatherly says he's looking forward to portraying. "Tony might begin to step into a new, maybe a more authentic, version of himself, a more connected version of himself, because he's not in a constant holding pattern emotionally," the actor hints. "I think the floodgates open."

      4. Who's going to replace Ziva? Technically no one, according to Glasberg. "I have no intention of trying to replace Ziva," he stresses. "I don't think I can replace her. What I can do is try to come up with a new character that's organic to the team, that fills a void, that's something different." Translation: expect a lot of recurring characters and guest stars, at least for the first part of the season — including the recently-announced addition of Sopranos alum Emily Wickersham. "There are going to be tryouts, and that's the fun," says Glasberg, who makes it clear he's not looking to force fans into a rebound relationship after Ziva's departure. "This audience needs some time. Our group needs some time. It's almost like they're mourning the loss of someone. So we're very aware of that as writers, and we don't want to rush into something. We want to give people time to get there, and when the moment's right, then we'll try something."

      5. Why is Gibbs targeting Fornell? The mystery of Gibbs apparently shooting Fornell in the Season 10 finale will be solved — but not without a little backstory first. The premiere will fill in the gaps of what happened in the four months between Ziva, Tony and McGee resigning and Gibbs pulling the trigger. "We don't pick up in that exact moment," Glasberg says. "We actually go back to when he's given this assignment, and then that moment pays off at the end of the second episode." But it all ties back to the investigation by Richard Parsons (Colin Hanks), as well as the homegrown threat that Morrow (Alan Dale) referenced in the Season 10 finale. "Everything is sort of interwoven," Glasberg says.

      6. Professionally, what will the team be dealing with this season? It sounds like the team won't have much time to sit back and mourn the loss of Ziva. "There's a job to do and they have to stay focused, and they have to keep doing what they do and get through it and work through it," Glasberg says. "We're going to establish an adversary that's going to carry all the way through the season. He comes up in the first episode."

      7. How will Gibbs deal with three of his team members resigning, and will there be any other repercussions from the investigation? "He's got a lot of work to do in that cabin," Glasberg says. "I think he recognizes at the end of the day how dedicated his team is." Losing Ziva permanently will also throw Gibbs for a loop. "The fact that he's going to be losing one of his team will not sit lightly with him." Will Ziva's absence mean trouble for Gibbs and Tony's relationship? "I think this change affects DiNozzo and Gibbs in a classic father/son way," Weatherly explains. "[Tony's] dynamic for a long time, with occasionally jockeying for position, has always been the loyal number two, the faithful dog. I think that this change that's going to happen will directly impact Gibbs and DiNozzo and will force a kind of reassessment of their dynamic. It's a source of great drama."

      8. Will Tiva 'shippers get a new romance to root for? Maybe not with the same intensity and devotion — but love is in the air for McGee this season. Fans will finally meet Delilah (Margo Harshman) in the premiere, but one person who's less than thrilled about her arrival is Abby (Pauley Perrette). "They have a really wonderful scene together with Abby that causes this fantastic triangle," Glasberg teases. "We'll probably see her again a little bit later on." McGilah has a nice ring to it!

      The Season 11 premiere of NCIS airs Tuesday at 8/7c on CBS. How do you think the NCIS team will handle Ziva's departure?

      (Full disclosure: is owned by CBS.)

      Additional reporting by Adam Bryant

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    • Warum geht Ziva? Cote de Pablo erklärt ihren "Navy CIS"-Ausstieg

      Cote de Pablo bricht ihr Schweigen und sagt alles, was sie über ihren und Zivas Abschied von "Navy CIS" zu sagen hat.

      Das große Thema zum Staffel 11-Start von Navy CIS ist natürlich Zivas Abgang, der gleich in den ersten beiden Episoden abgehandelt wird. Dass Cote de Pablo die Crime-Serie nach acht Jahren verlässt, hat sich längst herumgesprochen, aber viele Fans fragen sich immer noch, warum sie sich so entschieden hat.

      Die Antwort darauf kann nur sie selbst geben und das hat sie jetzt in gewisser Weise auch getan. Zu sehr ins Details möchte de Pablo allerdings nicht gehen, weil es eine persönliche Sache ist und sie es lieber dabei belassen will. Immerhin verrät sie, dass die Überlegung, bei Navy CIS auszusteigen, nichts war, mit dem sie schon seit längerer Zeit geliebäugelt hat. Es sei ihr unfassbar schwer gefallen, manchmal habe es ihr sogar richtig davor gegraut. Kurz gesagt: Der Abschied war nicht geplant. Aus diesem Grund weiß de Pablo auch noch nicht, wie es nun für sie weitergeht.

      Allen Navy CIS-Fans verspricht sie, dass das schöne Kapitel zwischen Ziva und Tony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) würdig geschlossen wird. Es sei nicht ihre Art, einfach zu verschwinden und alle hängen zu lassen. Nun könne sie unter ihren eigenen Bedingungen aufhören, und das sei doch wundervoll.

      Quelle: TV Guide

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    • Have you got any scoops on NCIS’ McGee or if we’ll get to see Delilah again? I really loved seeing her with McGee and how she held her own against Abby. –Marla
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      Thus far, Margo Harshman has shot one additional episode, with the potential for more drop-ins here and there.

      NCIS - Episode 11.03 - Under the Radar - Press Release
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      Roma Maffia Guest Stars as NCIS Special Agent Vera Strickland

      “Under the Radar” – The NCIS team must rely on Twitter for a case involving a missing Navy Lieutenant. Meanwhile, McGee misplaces his badge but withholds the information from Gibbs and the authorities, on NCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 8 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Roma Maffia guest stars as NCIS Special Agent Vera Strickland.

      CHEAT TWEET: How will the NCIS team use @Twitter to solve a crime? Find out 10/8 8pm ET/PT

      Mark Harmon (NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs)
      Michael Weatherly (NCIS Special Agent Anthony “Tony” DiNozzo)
      David McCallum (Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard)
      Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto)
      Sean Murray (NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee)
      Rocky Carroll (NCIS Director Leon Vance)
      Brian Dietzen (Jimmy Palmer)

      Roma Maffia (NCIS Special Agent Roma Maffia)
      Wade Williams (Larry Purcell)
      Teri Reeves (Navy LTJB Dana Robbins)
      Barbara Eve Harris (FAA Director Stacy Bergin)
      Wolé Parks (Navy Captain Michael Laramie)
      Robert Newman (Navy Admiral Wayne Hargrove)
      Scott Waara (Mel Frazier)
      Jonathan Patrick Moore (Kip Logan)
      Will Harris (Murray Hines)
      Lou George (Manager)
      Andrea Bordeaux (Courtney)
      Brenda Vivian (NCIS Special Agent Eugene Coyle)
      Tyler Wolfe (Navy LTJG Terence Keith)
      Christian Cehring (Metro Police Officer Owen Tamblin)

      WRITTEN BY: George Schenck and Frank Cardea
      DIRECTED BY: Dennis Smith

      Source: CBS

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