Michael Weatherly’s Shocking Revelation: Tony DiNozzo’s Epic Return? Uncover the Untold NCIS Story NOW!

Michael Weatherly expresses his desire to revisit his NCIS character, Tony DiNozzo, stating, “There will be more DiNozzo someday because he is the one character that felt unfinished… that’s my plan! We shall see…” Weatherly played DiNozzo for 13 years before departing the show in 2016.

According to Hello Magazine, Weatherly stepped down from NCIS in 2016, citing burnout and the need for a new challenge. He reflected on his departure, saying, “It came about at the right time. I was burnt out by NCIS, and I was ready for a new challenge. Sometimes change is as good as a rest.”

TV Line reported that Weatherly began considering leaving the show after Cote de Pablo, who played his verbal sparring partner and love interest, Ziva, left. He mentioned missing the dynamic between their characters and felt he had stayed at the party for too long.

Fans expressed excitement about the potential return of DiNozzo. One fan tweeted, “Sounds like a great plan to see what Very Special Agent Tony Dinozzo has been up to. Look forward to that day.” Another fan mentioned, “Not only in his personal life but professionally DiNozzo also feels unfinished. He’s so smart, competent, witty and more than capable of leading his own team. I would love to see Tony in a very important job position, like he deserves.”

After NCIS, Weatherly starred in the CBS series BULL from 2016 to 2022. BULL revolves around Dr. Jason Bull, a psychologist and expert jury consultant, offering insights into the human psyche and its role in the justice system.

Additionally, a spinoff series, NCIS: ORIGINS, is set to explore the backstory of Mark Harmon’s Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Narrated by Harmon, the series begins in 1991, preceding the events of NCIS, and follows Gibbs’ early career at the NCIS Camp Pendleton office, led by NCIS legend Mike Franks. Harmon is confirmed as the narrator but will not be reprising his role as Gibbs.

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