Mark Harmon’s NCIS Exit: Unbelievable Truth Exposed!

After an illustrious two-decade run, Mark Harmon, beloved as Leroy Jethro Gibbs on NCIS, has bid adieu to the series. Gibbs’ departure was sealed in the 19th season when he opted to remain in Alaska. While Harmon was initially credited in the final season, Season 20 introduces Sean Murray as the new face, now portraying McGee.

The fan reaction to this transition has been diverse, with some embracing the change while others mourn Gibbs’ exit. Harmon, in clarifying his decision, emphasized his dedication to keeping the character evolving and confronting new challenges.

Despite relinquishing his on-screen role, Harmon remains involved behind the scenes, leaving the possibility of a guest appearance open. In the farewell episode titled “Great Wide Open,” Gibbs and McGee join forces for a case in Alaska, leading to Gibbs’ decision to stay and part ways with NCIS.

Throughout the episode, subtle hints were woven in, evoking a farewell tour ambiance. Although bittersweet, many believe Gibbs has earned a break and the opportunity for solitude. The storyline leaves the door open for a potential return in subsequent seasons, adding to the anticipation for fans.

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