NCIS 19 is an American police procedural drama television series that airs on CBS. NCIS season 19 will release soon and the NCIS TV show was renewed for two more seasons. This article will give you everything about NCIS season 19 including NCIS plot summary, NCIS cast details, and much more!
When will NCIS Season 19 be Released?
As of now, NCIS has not started shooting for Season 19. CBS has already booked the show for a release in the fall of 2021. This is typically in September. However, one major change is needed. NCIS will not air on a Tuesday night. It will be on Monday nights, at 9 p.m., followed by NCIS: Hawaii at 10 p.m.
Fans, you don’t need to worry. People who watch NCIS know that it is on at a new time, so they will be sure to adjust. Besides, with all of the new additions coming for Season 19, NCIS looks like it’s in for a great fall. Like executive producer/showrunner Steven D. Binder said, “[W]ith the addition of Gary Cole and Katrina Law to the cast, this is already shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet.”
What is the plot of NCIS Season 19?
The show NCIS ended on a cliffhanger. The agent Bishop plotted her own downfall so she could disappear and become an off-the-record CIA spy. While doing so, Special Agent Gibbs explained Rule 91 to her. It says, “When you decide to walk away, don’t look back.” He was giving his agent one last piece of wisdom, but he was also talking about himself.
After being suspended, Gibbs seems to not want to come back. During his time off, he has been busy. He went to the beach and took a walk with his dog. Gibbs saved his little friend Phineas again, improved his house, and finished building his boat. He also became friends with a reporter who wanted to find a serial killer. In the final scene of Season 18, Gibbs took his boat out for its maiden voyage to look for a possible dumped body, but as he was sailing along, his boat exploded. Gibbs dove deep before the screen went dark.
Details about Season 19’s plot have not been revealed. We need to explore the storyline. Maybe Gibbs blew up his own boat to disappear. Maybe he was getting too close to the killer or maybe Marcie set him up. Gibbs will need to catch the killer. The killer might be hard to find because a lot of people were there. Back at NCIS, the team will do their best to move on from Gibbs. They will also work on how they can get recruits and make them feel like part of the team.
Who will be starring in NCIS Season 19?
NCIS has always had one of the best casts on television and will return with Sean Murray, Wilmer Valderrama, Brian Dietzen, Diona Reasonover, Rocky Carroll, and David McCallum. That being said, some big changes are coming for NCIS Season 19. Agent Jack Sloane (Maria Bello)’s mid-season exit, along with Agent Bishop’s (Emily Wickersham’s) departure in the Season 18 finale, left some glaring holes that needed to be filled. There are reports that Mark Harmon’s character Gibbs will not be in every episode for Season 19.
CBS has cast Katrina Law as a series regular. She was introduced in the last few episodes of Season 18 as REACT Agent Jessica Knight. Her character description says that she is a “formidable … agent who specializes in hostage negotiations and handles daily high-risk operations with skill and precision.” She meshed well with the team and looks to be stepping directly into Agent Bishop’s shoes. Among other things, Law has appeared in CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 and The CW’s Arrow.
CBS has also cast Gary Cole as FBI Special Agent Alden Park. Details on his character have not been released, but he is not supposed to be directly replacing Special Agent Gibbs.
What are the reviews from critics of NCIS Season 19?
NCIS Season 19 reviews have been mixed. Some NCIS fans are disappointed by the lack of Tony and Ziva, while others feel that NCI is still a strong show without them.
NCIS Season 19 has been called “an NCIS-lite” by some, while others feel that the series is still NCI at its best.
What is the Genre of the NCIS Season 19?
NCIS Season 19 is an Action, Military, Police procedural.
What is NCIS?
NCIS is an American police procedural television series, revolving around a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service combining elements of the military drama and police procedural genres.