NCIS
TV Guide Magazine|September 13–26, 2021
This is the NCIS headline we've all been waiting for: The first episode is getting the band back together, says executive producer Steven D. Binder of the military procedural's 19th installment.
Kate Hahn

Which means former special agent in charge Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon, reportedly appearing in significantly fewer episodes)-last seen in the wreckage of his bombed boat-reunites with his team in an Ozarks-like environment to solve a mystery. What's Gibbs' status? He either comes back and he's an agent or we make permanent his separation, Binder says. That question dominates the first four episodes, devoted to one case. Here are more left turns.

1 When it comes to Gibbs, be afraid. Be very afraid.

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