No one was happy to see Michael Weatherly leave ‘NCIS,’ but after 13 seasons he said goodbye and moved on — to ‘Bull.’ The actor, 48, revealed that in a way, it was time to end one chapter start that next one.
It’s time to say goodbye to Tony DiNozzo. The first promo previewing Michael Weatherly’s final episodes on ‘NCIS’ has been revealed, and it will make you cry all the tears. Watch now!
Michael Weatherly’s final episodes as Tony DiNozzo are just days away, and this preview will get you ready for his NCIS farewell. After 13 years, get ready to bid adieu to the fan favorite character.
‘NCIS’ is losing one of its original characters. After 13 years, Michael Weatherly will be leaving the CBS drama at the end of this season — read the touching goodbye message he wrote on Twitter right here.
Say it ain’t so! Michael Weatherly will not be returning to NCIS next fall, as it was confirmed on Jan. 5 that Season 13 will be his last on the show. The actor, who portrays Special Agent Tony DiNozzo on the hit series, took to Twitter to reveal that the rumors he’d be leaving are true. So sad!
Pauley Perrette, star of ‘NCIS,’ is happy to be alive after a ‘psychotic’ homeless man reportedly attacked her on Nov. 12. While she was walking in Hollywood, a deranged man allegedly assaulted Pauley, swearing that he was going to killer her!
We are very glad that Pauley Perrette, 46, is okay. The actress who plays the lovable Abby Sciuto on NCIS reportedly came so close to death at the hands of a murderous psychopath in Hollywood. Pauley’s quick thinking may have saved her life, but she is still very “traumatized” by this horrific attack.
The reviews are in! ‘NCIS’ spin-off, ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ premiered on CBS on Sept. 22, and chronicles the happenings of a team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service! Is it the best new show of the year? Find Out!
With a cast that includes the incredible Scott Bakula, 59, Lucas Black, 31, and Zoe McLellan, 39, this is sure to be a hit! NCIS: New Orleans premiered on Sept. 22, and is the second spin-off to stem from CBS’s long-running drama, NCIS. Should you head down to the Big Easy? Click inside to check out the reviews!
CBS is working on yet another spinoff for its immensely successful show ‘NCIS.’ This time around, the show is going to be set in New Orleans, and it has now found its leading man in Scott Bakula!
Scott Bakula is set to take on the role of Agent Pride in the New Orleans NCIS backdoor pilot episode, which is set to air during a two-part NCIS installment this spring. Scott, who is best known for his Golden Globe award-winning roles in Quantum Leap and Star Trek: Enterprise, will headline the NCIS: New Orleans spin-off.
Plus, who will help Tony get over his lost love? Read on to find out what’s ahead for the ‘NCIS’ team this season.
NCIS fans are still adjusting to life without Cote de Pablo‘s Ziva Davis — the special agent made her grand exit on the show’s Oct. 1 episode — and they’ll soon have even more adjusting to do, as Ziva’s (sort of) replacement will arrive on the scene in just a few weeks! Emily Wickersham, whose casting was first reported by HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site TVLine, will join the NCIS team Nov. 19 as NSA analyst Ellie Bishop; and even before fans even got a chance to meet/judge her character, Emily has been promoted to series regular.
Watch a clip of Tony & Ziva’s dreaded parting and share your thoughts on one of TV’s most dynamic couples.
Well, NCIS fans, the time has come. Cote de Pablo makes her final appearance, for now, as Special Agent Ziva David on the show’s Oct. 1 episode. With her story all wrapped(ish), Cote’s character will board a plane and fly out of our living rooms for the foreseeable future — but not before sharing an epic lip-lock with Tony (Michael Weatherly.) I hope you all have tissues handy.
We’re just one week away from Ziva’s farewell! Get a sneak peak at the heartbreaking episode, including a special tease from executive producer Gary Glasberg.
At this point, NCIS fans are virtually inconsolable. And while I know there’s really nothing that can be said to cushion the blow of Cote de Pablo‘s departure from the hit CBS procedural, I can share a few words from one of the show’s executive producers that will hopefully make you feel better about Tony (Michael Weatherly) losing the love of his life.
One of the TV’s most dynamic duos is headed for a tragic split, but star Cote de Pablo promises fans will be satisfied in the end. Enjoy ‘Tiva’ while you can!
NCIS fans were stunned in July when Cote de Pablo confirmed her plans to leave the hit CBS action-drama after eight years. And now, as NCIS returns for its 11th season Sept. 24, fans are bracing themselves for Tony (Michael Weatherly) and Ziva’s big goodbye, which Cote promises will be “beautiful.”
Cote shocked everyone when she announced she was leaving her beloved character behind on ‘NCIS’ after eight years, however, CBS went to great lengths to get the actress to stay!
Cote de Pablo, who plays fan favorite agent Ziva David on the hit show NCIS, announced she was leaving the show after eight years on July 10. CBS must be aware of Cote’s popularity on the network’s most-watched show because she was offered more money to stay!
Say it ain’t so, Cote! The ‘NCIS’ fan favorite announced on July 10 that she would be stepping down from her role after eight years. She’ll definitely be missed!
Looks like the NCIS team is going to need a new agent. Cote de Pablo, who plays Ziva David on CBS’ hit drama NCIS has announced that she is leaving the show.
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How ironic! Just days after police re-opened the case of Natalie Wood’s mysterious death, her husband Robert appears on ‘NCIS’ and gets taken away by cops.
Robert Wagner doesn’t have the best timing!