NCIS Star Mark Harmon Assures Fans He Is Back For Season 17, But What About Season 18?

NCIS Star Mark Harmon Assures Fans He Is Back For Season 17, But What About Season 18?
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CBS just announced that it has approved NCIS for another season . Mark Harmon is expected to reprise his role as Leroy Jethro Gibbs in Season 17 of NCIS , but is there a chance he walks away from the series ahead of Season 18?

Fans were naturally thrilled to learn that their favorite crime procedural will be back for another run next year. Harmon thanked fans from the set shortly after the announcement, though he has yet to say anything about returning to the show if CBS renews it for Season 18.

Given how the series continues to boast strong ratings, there is no reason to believe that the network will pull the plug anytime soon.

Harmon has played the part of Gibbs for well over a decade and has not shown any signs of slowing down. According to Cinema Blend , the actor previously said that he still enjoys being a part of the show after so many years, which is definitely a promising sign. Unless the ratings really start to drop, there is a strong chance that Gibbs will stay on board until the very end.

That said, CBS has yet to announce renewals for the show's two spinoffs: NCIS: New Orleans and NCIS: Los Angeles . Harmon is also busy working as an executive producer on a brand new series, which will certainly eat up a lot of his time. Only time will tell if Harmon can handle the extra work, but fans clearly hope he remains on the show for the foreseeable future.

After thanking viewers on social media, many fans expressed their excitement about Season 17. Harmon received plenty of love from his loyal followers, who clearly want to see Gibbs back in action.

Aside from the new season, CBS has not announced any future plans for the show. In the meantime, new episodes of NCIS air Tuesday nights on CBS.

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  • CSBrown
    CSBrown Apr 16, 2019 10:56 PM PDT

    Here’s hoping Season 17 will get the show out of the doldrums. There have been too many dud episodes this year — weak scripts, lame plots. Sloane and Kasie are dead weight characters — they’ve had their moments but on the whole they are more devices than characters. Maria Bello is a good actress but her character is not working. Kasie is just a leaden presence, never crisp. Bishop is growing on me, but when she shares a screen with a strong female she nearly disappears. Jennifer Esposito’s presence always outweighed her — I miss Quinn, she was a great boost. Torres has worked out well (though no real sub for Tony!). Most of all, there’s still no one like Ziva — biggest hole in the show, never filled. However — the immediate ailment is the stories — there have been more tired ones than sharp ones. It’s like the show’s losing its mojo, as well as its Ducky (miss him too! but we were well-warned). Palmer’s holding his own really well, growing as a character. McGee is less fun as a grown-up, but his growth as a character has been a remarkable achievement. That is all. Dis-miss.

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