NCIS Cast Rejects Star’s Return! Shocking Reasons Revealed – Fickle Attitude Sparks Tension!

Mark Harmon’s departure from NCIS after 19 seasons left fans heartbroken, but it seems his former co-stars do not share the same sentiments. Despite fans eagerly anticipating the return of Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Mark’s reported lack of enthusiasm for a comeback has left some of his co-stars feeling disappointed.

Mark cited a desire to “keep his career fresh” as the reason for leaving the hit CBS drama, a sentiment he shared on a special featurette for the NCIS Season 19 DVD. The show’s current showrunner, Steven D. Binder, has openly expressed the desire to bring back Mark’s beloved character at least once before the series concludes.

However, according to reports from RadarOnline, Mark has been inconsistent and indecisive about his return, focusing on other projects such as his nonfiction book “Ghosts of Honolulu,” scheduled to be released in November 2023. His co-stars reportedly hoped that Gibbs’ return would boost the show’s popularity, but Mark’s wavering attitude has left them frustrated.

The source mentioned that Mark’s return wouldn’t be driven by financial motives, considering his substantial net worth of $120 million. As an executive producer on the show, Mark continues to earn income even without appearing on-screen as Agent Gibbs.

While both Mark and the network have remained tight-lipped about the possibility of his return, some former cast members, like Rocky Carroll, who portrays Leon Vance, have teased the potential return of Gibbs in recent interviews. CBS has already renewed NCIS for a 21st season, likely to air in the 2023-24 broadcast period. The speculation about Gibbs’ return continues to keep fans intrigued, with his character being hailed as the moral compass by co-star Rocky Carroll. NCIS airs on CBS in the US.

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