Daniela Ruah Drops MAJOR Hint on NCIS Comeback! Brace Yourselves – It’s a Homecoming Celebration!

Daniela Ruah, the former star of NCIS: Los Angeles, is making a triumphant return to the NCIS universe, this time behind the camera. After a hiatus of over six months, Ruah is embracing a new role as a director for the iconic series. Her 14-season run as Kensi Blye came to an end in May with the cancellation of NCIS: LA, but now she’s back on set, contributing to the long-running success of NCIS.

Taking to Instagram, Ruah shared a glimpse of her latest milestone, directing an episode for NCIS’s 21st season. She had previously announced her exciting venture earlier in the month, expressing her enthusiasm for the opportunity to direct episodes for both NCIS and its spinoff, NCIS: Hawai’i.

In a caption accompanying behind-the-scenes photos featuring cast members such as Wilmer Valderrama, Brian Dietzen, Sean Murray, and Gary Cole, Ruah reflected on her journey. She highlighted that Special Agent Kensi Blye was initially introduced on “The Mothership” (referring to NCIS) and expressed her joy at wrapping up her first directed episode for the 21st season of NCIS.

Fans were quick to react with excitement in the comments section, expressing their anticipation for the episodes Ruah directed. Many congratulated her on this new chapter in her career, with some expressing their eagerness to see her work and hoping for her return as Kensi Blye in front of the camera someday.

Ruah’s directed episode for NCIS is set to air in March, followed by her NCIS: Hawai’i episode in April. In an earlier statement to Deadline, she shared her sentiments about returning to the NCIS set, emphasizing the honor of directing on a set she considers like coming home. The beloved actress and now director is adding a new dimension to her connection with the NCIS universe, promising fans an exciting perspective in the upcoming episodes.

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